Radio Theater

Sunday 6:00pm - 7:00pm

KUNM's Radio Theater is one of the longest running radio theater programs in the USA. We bring you radio drama from all over the world, including our own original productions.

From The Chronicles Of Odisia Sanchez

Sep 17, 2016

Sun. 9/18 6p.  A reprise of Monica Sanchez’s autobiographical mythology. Odisia is a contemporary odyssey thru latitudes of heart and mind. Odisia's travelogue begins at "the end of the world" in a post-Rodney King, pre-Dot Com San Francisco, before her escape to a Buddhist retreat and South, across the border, to Mexico City, La Tierra Colorada and the matriarchal Isthmus of Tehuantepec.

L.A. Theatre Works

Sun. 9/4 6p: Before Dodger Stadium was built, the hillside area known as Chavez Ravine was the site of a vibrant Mexican-American community that fought the city of Los Angeles and powerful developers to preserve its land and identity. Their struggles come to life courtesy of the performance group Culture Clash in our story this week: Chavez Ravine. Written and performed by Culture Clash: Richard Montoya, Ric Salinas, and Herbert Siguenza. With guest star Zilah Mendoza.  Hour One includes a conversation with Richard Montoya.  From LA Theatre Works.

Listening In The Dark

Aug 22, 2016

Sun. 8/28 The Icebox Radio Theater, one of modern radio drama’s most decorated production companies, brings us a horror story The Gular.  What’s lurking in  the woods above the tiny village of Icebox, MN?  Cabins are knocked down.  A swath of trees twenty feet wide have been demolished.  And in the dead of night, townsfolk claim to hear bellowing of a beast of unimaginable horror And it’s getting closer to town.