Attack of the Radar People
Micci, Ronald (aka Ron Micci, aka Ronald V. Micci, American playwright/medical copy editor, May 20, 1948-____ ), “Attack of the Radar People,”
a 15-minute radio farce parody, set in an old-time radio broadcast studio, U.S.A., 1950s
© 2001 by Ronald Micci;
• script/rights available from Ronald Micci, 403 Park Ave. - Apt. C, Rutherford, New Jersey 07070, U.S.A., telephone (home) 201-372-0565, (cell) 201-663-3900, e-mail: RVMicci@yahoo.com. See also www.oneactgrabbag.com.
• Cited by Ronald Micci via ftp, May 14, 2001; Micci says,
Announcer #1 (m), voices of Army Major, Captain, Store Manager, Space Alien;Announcer #2 (m), voices of Newsboy, Man on Street, General, Space Alien Jr.;Announcer #3 (f), Sissy, a teenage girl.
“Space aliens have been sending hostile radar beams at Earth, bombarding its atmosphere. They have even dared infiltrate the ranks of the Earth people, impregnating Sissy, a happy-go-lucky teenage girl. While the military brass attempt to assemble a giant radio transmitter atop Mt. Rushmore, using a goodly supply of C batteries, the offspring of a space alien and an earth woman (Sissy) grows very quickly to manhood and attempts to thwart their plans."
• “Three (or four) actors can do this at microphones (or mock microphones); perhaps throw in a few sound effects.”
• "New York-based playwright, screenwriter and novelist. Most of my one-acts are comedic, but some are deeply emotional and poetic ('Dark Snow,' 'November,' 'Addie and Me'). A number of the one-acts have been staged in New York City at The Riant Theatre, Theatre-Studio, Kraine Theater, Producers Club, in conjunction with the Turnip Theatre Company's 15-Minute Festival and the NY Int'l Independent Film & Video Festival. I've also had one-acts staged at the Darress Theatre in Boonton, NJ, as well as in Lawrenceville. See my One Act Grab Bag website, www.oneactgrabbag.com, to sample my portfolio of work."--ArtBoomer.com - Ronald V. Micci, http://www.artboomer.com/app/catalog/customer.asp?id=285, accessed June 12, 2008.
extraterrestrial, mankind, invasion, military, peril, radar, science fiction, space alien, weapon, outer space