The WGTD Radio Theater

Radio Theater

The WGTD Radio Theater offers live broadcasts of original dramas and comedies that are performed by the 91.1 Players. Productions are staged roughly every sixth Saturday in the 11:15 time slot that’s normally occupied by Community Matters. The series is produced by Dr. Steve Brown. To contact Steve, call 262-813-0144.

Schedule:
Rotating Saturdays | 11:15 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Steve Brown
Steve Brown

Steve fills two roles at WGTD. Dr. Brown is a long-time host of Education Matters, putting to good use a lifetime of experience in the field of education. He currently serves as Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, after having held positions at Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi and at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago. Before then, he was a high school teacher, principal and district-level administrator. He’s a current member of the Salem School Board. Also, Steve is a co-founder of the highly-successful 91.1 Players and the WGTD Radio Theater. The Radio Theater airs occasionally in the place of Community Matters Saturday mornings between 11:15 and noon. The program always airs live, either from the Inspire Center or from a remote location. 

Archive

July 17, 2021

A Rebroadcast of the WGTD Radio Theater Production of  "It Could Have Been a Wonderful Life"  

April 17, 2021

The WGTD Radio Theater presents a re-broadcast of "And on the Eighth Day;" produced and written by Dr. Steve Brown and Michael Ullstrup. 

March 27, 2021

A re-broadcast of the WGTD 91.1 Players Special "The Catcher in the Spy."  The True story about baseball player Moe Berg who was an American Spy during World War II. This is an Award Winning broadcast written and produced