First Thursdays hosts ‘Scott Paulson, World Premier Radio Drama’

Eileen Huffman, Zelda Waxenberg, Claire McGreal, Margie Sargis, Tom McGreal and Larry Brooks

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Originated especially for the First Thursday series, “Scott Paulson, World Premier Radio Drama,” a comedic radio drama, was set in 1940 Del Mar, with flashbacks to Del Mar in the 1920s. The performance, which was held May 3 at the Powerhouse Community Center, featured live music with old-school radio sound effects. The performance featured Scott Paulson, an orchestral oboist, who serves as the University Carillonneur at UC San Diego, Annie Hinton, actor, also a teacher, writer, producer and director, and Linda Libby, a teaching artist for Playwrights Project, San Diego.

Photos/Tanys Evangelisti

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