Spring Semester Drama Sure to Entertain

graphic of man with mouth wide open in front of microphoneEnjoy a delightful evening of outrageous antics and sharp-edged humor with “Talk Radio” at County College of Morris (CCM).

The Spring Semester drama centers around Barry Champlain, a controversial radio show host, known for insulting the souls who call in the middle of the night. His show is going into national syndication and his producer is afraid Champlain will say something that will offend the sponsors.

“Talk Radio” had a long run at New York’s Public Theatre starring Eric Bogosian, the play’s co-author. CCM show dates are Thursday through Saturday, March 9 – 11, at 7:30 p.m. in the Edward J. Yaw Music Technology Center Black Box Theatre. General admission is $15 and $10 for students, alumni, children under 12 and seniors 62 and over. Tickets can be purchased online at https://bookstore.ccm.edu/current-shows.

Appearing in the show are Mia Alvarado of Rockaway, Savanna Brackelmanns-Puig of Randolph, Matthew Budesheim of Butler, Naomi Canilao of Mine Hill, Kevin Casey of Flanders, Kayla Del Valle of Denville, Owen Gately, of Belvidere, Brendan Geier of Madison, Suzanne Gilman of Mt. Arlington, Hyron Gonzalez Jr. of Budd Lake, Benjamin Loudermilk of Madison, Miah Moore of Landing, Tara Perrothers of West Caldwell, Lance Prince of Pine Brook and Sophia Zygmunt of Parsippany.

The Music Technology Center is located near Parking Lots 5 and 6 on CCM’s campus, 214 Center Grove Road, Randolph.