Breaking Wind Blows Audience Away!

Audio Journal’s Radio-Active Theatre was taken by complete surprise at the audience reaction to their latest presentation, “Phillip Merlot, Breaking Wind.” A crowd of close to 200 patrons and supporters filled the Birches Auditorium at The Briarwood Community in Worcester on Saturday, November 15, 2014. The immediate bursts of laughter caught the cast off guard at the start of the program. “What are they laughing at? This is serious theater, was my first thought,” said star Lola Zinfandel. “Then I was reminded that we were actually performing a comedy.” Lead actor Phillip Merlot complained, “I couldn’t hear myself emote, they were laughing so loud.” New York artist Steven Cosentino said, “It was so…so…so stupid!” which was a great compliment because that is exactly what we were going for.
Many thanks to all the people who helped make this exciting evening a great success, including the cast and crew, the preshow entertainment, and all our patrons. A special shout out to our major supporters: The Dean Family Trust; Currie Management Consultants; The Seven Hills Foundation; Artist Steven Cosentino and his wife Fran Lenci; Westborough Toyota; New England Low Vision; Quinsigamond Community College; United Bank; and several others who contributed auction items and tickets for our blind listeners, who were able to attend at no charge. If you were unable to attend but would still like to contribute to the work of Audio Journal, please hit the button below to make a safe and secure, fully tax deductible donation. Every dollar is an enormous help and greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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