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Well first of all, click here for Hoyt Hilsman’s PNT promo in Pasadena Now! Thank you, Hoyt, for banging the PNT drum, and letting folks know about our new “Radio Theater” pivot. “Alexa! Play Parson’s Nose Radio Theater!” Now then…. We’re on…Mars! Did you see that landing yesterday! I was tearing up. 293 million miles! …continue reading »
Lance’s Blog: Patriot Poetry
AMERICAN POEMS TO STIR OUR HEARTS Thanks, Amanda! Serendipity. The day after we launched our latest radio theater podcast “Ten Poems for America”, Amanda Gorman lit up the Inauguration podium with “The Hill We Climb”. Poetry literally took center stage once again. Poetry is our most intense literary expression of feeling and thought, through style …continue reading »
Hans Christian Andersen: The Amazing Ugly Duckling
Hans Christian Andersen was born in a small village, Odense, a hundred miles north of Denmark’s bustling capital, Copenhagen. His father was a poor cobbler who became mentally ill, as did his grandfather. His mother scrubbed the clothes of the rich in the cold river Odense, with legs wrapped in straw and the flask of …continue reading »