Raiders of the Lost Ark: A Staged Radio Play Parody

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STARRING: Laurence Mintz as French archeologist Rene Belloq and Gestapo agent Arnold Toht, Michael Jarmus as museum curator Marcus Brody and Egyptian excavator & sidekick Sallah, Danielle Illario as Indy's former flame Marion Ravenwood, and Jeff Maschi as Dr. Henry Walton Jones, Jr. (aka Indiana).

WITH: theatrical lighting, period costuming, Golden Age radio equipment, vintage commercials, special fog effects, and extensive sound effects (natch).

ALSO: Danielle Illario sings Cole Porter in Cantonese (partly); that is, Willie Scott's version of "Anything Goes" from Temple of Doom.

JUST ADDED! In 1982, three eleven year olds decided to make a meticulous remake of Raiders. Every scene. Every shot. Every stunt. It took them seven summers. Buy a ticket to Raconteur Radio's Raiders, and you'll automatically enter a raffle for a DVD copy of "Raiders! The Greatest Fan Film Ever Made" the homemade cult sensation Spielberg himself calls "hugely imaginative," and a poster signed by the three boys who made it. To be raffled that night

Raconteur Radio stages theatrical presentations of vintage radio plays, classic works of literature, and pop culture parodies for live audiences throughout the Tri-State area. They've been called "family friendly guerrilla theater" by the New York Times, one of "the 7 best things to do in NJ" by the Newark Star-Ledger, "innovative and entertaining," by the Home News Tribune, and "a radio show on steroids," by the Courier News, as well as "Epic!" by Lev Grossman (of Time Magazine), "utterly unique!" by Kyle Hartzell (of NPR), "dazzling!" by Megan Ryan (of wNYC), "spellbinding!" by Tom Lynch (of Theatre World), "thrilling!" by Barry Monush (of Museum of Television & Radio), and "outstanding!" by Lee Pfeiffer (of Cinema Retro Magazine).