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

Dr. Steve Brown has been bringing original and adapted works to the radio and stage for more than 15 years, winning more than 25 state and national awards for Kenosha’s WGTD Radio Theater, including from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association, Wisconsin Bar Association, and the Hear Now Festival. Steve’s works provoke, compel, and challenge the audience. Steve served as chair of the 2021 Hear Now Festival’s Podcast Palooza juried competition. Steve has also been a co-host on “education Matters,” here on WGTD HD since 2006. Steve along with Michael Ullstrup created the Brown-Ullstrup Performing Arts Foundation, which has produced live, “old-time” radio broadcasts over Wisconsin public radio station WGTD FM since 2005, as well as a popular dinner theater series of murder mysteries. 

Dr. Brown earned his PhD in Educational Leadership from Iowa State University, Master’s Degree in Educational Media from the University of South Florida, and B.S. in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Florida.

Archive

October 2, 2021

A special mystery story is in tow as a community figures out who killed a nun at the Kemper Center in "The Kane Shadow: Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice."

September 18, 2021

The WGTD Radio Theater Presents "Eleanor R: The First Lady of The World"

July 17, 2021

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