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Category: The Road to Bedford Falls

Moments and Memories

By Sharon Richardson “Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.”  ~Dr. Seuss I shared this quote with the cast of “It’s a Wonderful Life” in one of our circle times during our weekend of shows.  Given this is our third time performing this particular radio show –…
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It Really Is a Wonderful Life

   

CRASH! SPLASH! POP!

By Cody Gindy CRASH! SPLASH! POP! It seems wrong to start a blog post about foley without a little onomatopoeia.  Anyway.  Yesterday afternoon was the final performance of It’s a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play. Thanks to everyone who attended. If you missed it, mark your calendars for December 2018, it’s a lot of fun.…
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Community, Generosity & Faith

By Bill Yohnka It is one of the iconic scenes in Frank Capra’s, “It’s a Wonderful Life.” George is stressed. The crowd gathered at the Bailey Brothers Building and Loan is hostile. George pleads with them not to lose faith in his institution, or with each other. He and Mary dig into their honeymoon money…
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What Would Potter Say?

By Rodger Allen Jones Family traditions are as old as time.  It matters not where you were born or where you grew up, because your family had them anyway in some form, especially during the holiday season.  It is rare though when a familial tradition transcends and encompasses one of the most ‘iconic stories’ during…
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Timing is Everything

By Randy Tumblin Timing is everything.  Ask any stand up comedienne who has stood before a live audience as he or she delivers a one liner.  If the pause is too long, the humor can go dry.  If the comedienne delivers the line too quickly, the audience can’t digest the humor and the joke goes…
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Choosing a Wonderful Life

By Allison Beasley When tragedy strikes a person’s life, inevitably one’s life changes. Those changes can either define your life negatively or you simply try and learn from it. In January my 68-year-old father went to see his doctor with some mild stomach discomfort. He was immediately hospitalized and diagnosed with a rare form of…
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