"It's a Wonderful Life", the 1946 film by Frank Capra, is a Christmas classic for many. The story of how George Bailey encountered Christmas Eve and turned his life around is a story that many know and love (and if they don't it's likely playing on television all day on Christmas Eve) but have you ever experienced it as a radio-style broadcast?
Twelfth Night Productions in West Seattle is reprising their holiday tradition of doing a live-radio play of "It's a Wonderful Life". Set in the era of radio, this production is like a behind-the-scenes look at a radio broadcast -actors and their microphones, and even the classic sound effects. For those who love the story, it's a new way of appreciating George's journey.