You Can Help Keep The Magic Of Radio Theatre Alive

Turn on your radio… and turn up your imagination!  Jim French’s Imagination Theatre brings you New Harry Nile adventures.  New Sherlock Holmes mysteries.  The characters and performers you know and love, and more.  Saturday nights at 8pm, a half hour of Jim French’s Imagination Theatre on KIXI Radio, online at www.KIXI.com and on the new FREE KIXI App.

You Can Help Keep The Magic Of Radio Theatre Alive

A message from John Patrick Lowrie, the voice of Sherlock Holmes
and Larry Albert, the voice of Harry Nile and Dr. Watson

Back in February of 20017 when KIXI aired the final broadcast of Imagination Theater and Jim French Productions closed its doors, all involved felt it was the end of an era. For 21 years, 52 weeks a year for a total of 1,093 weeks, we were lucky enough to bring to our audiences what we felt, and many of you agreed, the best of modern full cast audio drama performed and written by professional actors and writers. We all thought it was over.

Happily, it’s not! Recently John Patrick Lowrie and myself have formed a new production company we’ve called Aural Vision LLC and with the blessings of Jim French’s heirs, we are now in the process of preparing new scripts for broadcast. We’ve already signed a new contract with the Kirkland Performance Center to continue with the live shows you love so much.  Additionally, we have reached an agreement with the actors union SAG-AFTRA that will allow us to use the same fine talent as before. We’re also very happy to be back as a part of the line-up here at KIXI Radio.

However, we need your help.

We have started a crowd sourcing campaign to raise the money needed to pay the actors, writers, engineers and to cover the cost of renting studio space to record the new episodes of Harry Nile, Sherlock Holmes and many others. We hope to raise a at least $15.000.00 to enable us to bring a multi-week season of programming to our listening audience. If we can get more, well, as my mom used to “That’s gravy.”  So here’s the pitch. If you’d like to help us just click on the link below, that will take you to our page at Go Fund Me where you’ll be able to see what we’re asking for and how much we’ve raised to date. There’s also a place for your comments.  Donating with Go Fund Me is easy, and it’s safe. There are even some gifts for those who can afford to give more, but let me make it clear there are no small donations, every dollar is deeply appreciated and will help keep this theater’s doors open, figuratively speaking.

Just click here and help keep the magic that is Radio Theatre alive.

Thank You Very Much.