Quarantine Radio Theater is a collaborative effort from talented individuals at home. Recording on whatever device handy to give the listener a bit of entertainment. We specialize in Old Time Radio productions and original productions produces in the Old Time Radio style.
QRT 20210510 2.9bonus
This is a celebration of the birth of Quarantine Radio Theater by seeing how far we have come since the very first episode of Meridian 7-1212. We would like to thank you for listening and hope you will continue as we have some very exciting things coming in our next season. For now, please enjoy our very first show...again.
20210207 QRT 2.8
In this classic episode, we join Liz and George Cooper as they miscommunicate and hilariously jump to conclusions about each other and bring both of their close friends along for the ride.
Some music and sound effects from the following: Pixabay, Zapsplat, and Fesliyan Studios.
20201223 QRT 2.6
Sit back and enjoy the QRT treatment of Charles Dickens' classic holiday tale. From our group to yours, Have a Happy and blessed Holiday and a wonderous New Year. And as always, stay safe and be kind to one another. Some sounds from zapsplat.
Private eye Candy Matson is tasked with finding out what happened to a department store Jack Frost. All this while juggling Christmas shopping, a seemingly clueless police detective boyfriend, and helping out a friend fill the vacated spot.
Some sound effects from zapsplat.com
20201011 QRT 2/2
This time the QRT gang takes on the 1950's comedy Our Miss Brooks. In this episode, there is misunderstandings galore that surround our heroine as she tries to deal with the workload put on her by her grouchy boss, Principle Conklin.
QRT #6 07/03/2020
What happens when a well to do, posh family is feeling threatened by a young, vibrant, new assistant? Why she ends up dying of course and it is up to Madame Rosika Storey to discover why and how.
QRT #4 6/2/2020
In tonight's episode, Dr Tweedy tries to help raise funds to finance Potts college. The Fabulous Dr. Tweedy originally aired between 1946 and 1947 and started the incomparable Frank Morgan. Morgan was best known for his 5 roles he played in the family classic film The Wizard of Oz.