by Ray Bendici
Mar 10, 2013
11:17 AM
Unsteady Habits

The Big Frame

 

On Saturday, March 23 at 7 p.m., the Vintage Radio & Communications Museum of Connecticut in Windsor will be hosting an interesting event, "The Big Frame," a live radio noir play featuring the music of The Grimm Generation and Hartford's Girlfriend Project.

From the press release:

Submitted for your approval ... it's Saturday night and American homes bathe in the warm glow of the radio dial. Comedy, drama, variety shows gather the family around to thrill to the exploits of "Captain Blood," catch the 'modern' sounds of "Your Hit Parade" and laugh it up with "The Jack Benny Show."

The Windsor Radio Museum presents an evening of sweet harmonies (courtesy of Girlfriend Project) and radio noir when The Grimm Generation present a tale of femme fatales and suckers with "The Big Fame," a pairing of live drama and song.

I'm an unabashed fan of The Grimm Generation and have seen them perform a number of times, and know that this will be an entertaining evening. There will also be food provided by Get Baked and Goldburgers, as well as wine and other beverages.

Tickets are $10. For more info, visit vrcmct.org.

The Big Frame

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