‘Christmas on the Airwaves’ set to show at the Livery
GODERICH — A person is missing and the costumes are gone. Come join the characters of Warren Robinson’s original Christmas mystery as they discover joyful solutions to loss at the Livery starting Dec. 3.
With humour and warmth, delve into the mystery surrounding a 1940s radio station on Christmas eve with the Goderich Little Theatre.
We follow the characters of Cass Worthington and Grace Rivers, played by Erin Marshall and Jessica House, as they investigate the radio station dynamics to solve the mystery of the missing Ms. Hewson. With the self-obsessed Reggie Smythe Williams, played by Shawn Van Osch, threatening to fire everyone once he gains control of the radio station, it is imperative to find Ms. Hewson, the rightful owner, seven years after she disappeared.
Join Myrna Foster and Bill Bell, played by Liv Hussey and Liam Morley, as they figure out where the costumes for the Christmas show have gone while navigating their feelings for one another.
From the hairstyles and makeup, right down to the wardrobe and footwear, the vintage costumes transport the audience back almost 70 years.
Since 2001 Warren Robinson has written six Christmas mysteries that have become a season tradition for many in the area. Robinson is no stranger to the theatre world, he has been writing and directing for 40 years.
By Laura Broadley, Goderich Signal Star,