Dialogue with Martian Trombone
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Date: September 2015
Duration: 0 hours 30 minutes
A full-cast production recorded live at Convergence in Bloomington, Minnesota
The Ramon Raquello Orchestra was supposed to get their big break that night in 1938, on Orson Welles’ Mercury Theater show, but they kept getting cut off. The rest of that program became famous. Still is. But what happened to the band? We join them many years later at a reunion, and it seems that they can’t seem to escape the influence of the Martians.
“Good enough that if I heard it while driving, it would keep me in the car until it was over. A great idea within a great idea.”—Patrick McLean, AIR Review Board