Radio Theatre - giving a whole new meaning to theater's "house"

Nov 4, 2016

from St Scholastica's production of "The Diary of Anne Frank"
Credit Merry Renn Vaughan/The College of St. Scholastica

Note: in celebration of National College Radio Day on KUMD,  we're pleased to welcome Northland Morning Assistant Producer Abrielle Vizenor as our interviewer for Radio Theatre this week.

In theater, the "house" is either the audience ("how does the house look? Pretty full?") or the place where the audience sits ("dim the house lights and cue curtain!").

But for folks coming to see The Diary of Anne Frank at St. Scholastica, the house is actually the attic where the family is hiding.