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The Masonic Radio Theatre - Freemasonry in Vintage Radio

By Robert Johnson & Bill Hosler

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The Masonic Radio Theatre is a both a tribute to Freemasonry and a throwback to the radio dramas of the past. Recorded in the highest quality, yet made to sound as if they were broadcast in the 1930s, the Masonic Radio theatre is sure to captivate your attention while solidifying your love of Freemasonry.

Customer Reviews

Fun and instructive

Great Work my Brothers!
I loved the Nostalgic format. Even the Ads keep the character and feel of the show
I sent a link to everyone in my Lodge.

Br. Steve
Gresham (OR) Masonic Lodge 152 AF & AM

Glad I stumbled upon this

This is awesome. I was just browsing and found your program. Please keep it up.

Well done, Masons!

I just finished listening to the first episode so this review is based on that.

This is one fun show, produced with a keen ear for 1930s vintage radio and a sense of ironic affection for the genre hovering somewhere between Ed Wood and the Firesign Theatre. It's also an effective bit of anti-tinfoil-hat PR for the Freemasons, so mission accomplished, dudes.

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  • Category: Performing Arts
  • Language: English

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