Welcome to Actors Scene
Established in 2003, Actors Scene
Unseen presents live and recorded works in fully staged and
radio theatre formats. We
feature daily streaming archives of our radio theatre and crossover productions. Our recorded works include over 60 live and original radio
theatre broadcasts and 6 CD products.
Design and Production Services
- In our fully equiped recording studio we can produce your
voice demo CD with headshot image or produce your play, book, or poetry as an audio-work.
- We feature lighting, sound, and projection design services for event, theatre, House of Worship, or permanent installation by a Broadway
trained lighting designer.
- We can also provide customized designs and solutions
for computerized sound and lighting
systems. Email us for more information.
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Actors Scene Unseen's 2013 Grammy Awards Entry is on-sale now: Mary and
Myra by Catherine Filloux
Actors Scene Unseen's 55th Grammy Awards entry will be Mary and Myra by Catherine Filloux on Audio CD.
Actors Scene Unseen produced an Internet Radio verion of Mary and Myra in 2005.
Mary and Myra tells the story of how on May 20, 1875 Mary Todd Lincoln was sent to an insane asylum by her only living
son, Robert Todd Lincoln, and how she was assisted by her friend, Myra Bradwell (America's first woman lawyer)
to gain her freedom. This 2-CD set of Mary and Myra features Meg Wood as Mary Todd Lincoln and
Linda Callahan as Myra Bradwell and contains a musical score and bonus tracks of Civil War and
Reconstruction era music by Monica Grabin.
(Click here to see CD details,
listen to audio clips, and purchase a
copy of Mary and Myra)
Crystal Ballroom: The Musical (Watch
the slideshow below and on the Crystal Ballroom: The Musical Page
In the spirt of the new Broadway and two years in the making, Actors Scene Unseen is proud to present its new rock musical, Crystal Ballroom: The Musical. Inspired by the music and expressive lyrics of New Wave legend
Joe Jackson, with an original script by James Vita and Dr. Elizabeth Peterson-Vita....
Crystal Ballroom: The Slideshow
5 MTA Nominations and 3 Wins for "A Broadway Christmas Carol" (2009) in Special Events and 1
MTA Exceptional Award Nomination for Actors Scene Unseen
Actors Scene Unseen's 2009 production of A Broadway Christmas Carol was
nominated for Outstanding Production (Winner), Outstanding Direction, Outstanding Lead Male
Actor (Winner), Outstanding Supporting Male Actor (Winner), and Outstanding Supporting Female Actor.
Actors Scene Unseen was also nominated for Theatre Company of he Year.
This production is directed by Dr. Elizabeth Peterson-Vita, music directed by Vicki
Harvell, and features staging, lighting and projection design by Broadway trained
designer, James Vita...(more)
View a video clip from the 2009 production of
A Broadway Christmas Carol
"This is no lightweight show in terms of performance or production....A Broadway
Christmas Carol is a thoroughly enjoyable holiday show." (read full review) - ARTS à la Mode
Actors Scene Unseen Releases "The Fifth Sun" on Audio CD
Actors Scene Unseen proudly announces its latest audio CD and 2011 Spoken Word Grammy entry, The Fifth Sun,
by Chicago playwright Nicholas A. Patricca. The Fifth Sun on CD was directed
by Elizabeth Peterson-Vita and engineered by James Vita.
Purchase The Fifth Sun and our other great Audio CDs in our on-line store on the
right side of this page.
On March 24, 1980, while saying Mass, Oscar Romero, the Archbishop of San Salvador, was assassinated.
This powerful and acclaimed play presents the story of the people and the forces that transformed an
ordinary man into a courageous leader. It is an absorbing play that combines elements of ancient tomb
rituals, Mayan temple dramas and medieval morality plays into a contemporary dramatic structure in which
we see a human being ultimately embody the moral voice and vision of his people. The Fifth Sun features a
haunting musical score by The San Antonio Vocal Arts Ensemble and Xavier Quijas Yxayotl.
Kudos for Actors Scene Unseen's Reprise of its Award-Winning
Production of The Turn of the Screw
"All too briefly, Actor's Scene Unseen brought their fine production of The Turn
of the Screw back to Spirit Square last week in the entertaining Jeffrey Hatcher
adaptation of Henry James's novella......." (read full review from Creative Loafing)
On behalf of The Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month Coalition, Actors Scene Unseen reprised
its production of The Turn of the Screw. The Turn of the Screw won five 2009 MTA Awards in Special
Events for Outstanding Production, Outstanding Director, Outstanding Male Actor,
Outstanding Female Actor, and Outstanding Technical Effect. Actors Scene Unseen performed a scene from The Turn of the Screw at the MTA Awards ceremony on
Sunday September 20, 2009... (more)