Attention: Scarheads! WizKids! GryffinDorks! Muggles got you down? Well, guess what? Raconteur Radio's got a Potter mouth!
WHAT: We could all use a little cheering up. To that end, and to celebrate the release of Fantastic Beasts, the RU Writers House and the students of Creative Writing YA Fiction are hosting a special, FREE presentation of Raconteur Radio's uniquely immersive interpretation of The Goblet of Fire. Experience the story in a whole new way. The Boy Who Lived LIVE!
WHERE: The Rutgers Geology Museum. If you're looking for real-life fantastic beasts, this is the place to find them, from the ten foot spider crab to the twenty foot Mastodon skeleton (and much, much more)! The night of our show, the exhibits will be dramatically underlit with red floods and wreathed in a low-lying, glycerin-based mist.
WHEN: 7 PM, Monday, November 28. That's this Monday, folks!
HOW MUCH: Free! That's right, folks, FREE!
STARRING: Jason Jackson, Danielle Illario, Jeff Maschi, and Michael Jarmus.
WITH: theatrical lighting, costumes, Golden Age radio equipment, fog fx, audience participation, and, of course, hundreds of sound effects.
PLUS: jazz vocalist Danielle Illario's sings "Underwater Secrets" and, you guessed it, "I Put a Spell on You" (what else?)!
HOW GOOD IS IT? On a scale of 1 to 10, it's 9 3/4. Which, as all you Potterheads know, is as good as it gets.
Tix to our New Year's Eve Twilight Zone Marathon on sale soon! Stay tuned! For more info about Raconteur Radio (including a list of upcoming shows), click HERE.