Know Theatre Goes Online
| June 4, 2020
Radio plays used to be a staple of entertainment.
Know Theatre has brought them back in the form of podcasts. Stage Manager Duncan Lyle has organized some of the regular actors from Know Theatre for a series of nine one-act plays.
Photo credit: Know Theatre
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