According to a news release from the Georgia Symphony Orchestra, Vic Reynolds, current Georgia Bureau of Investigation director and former Cobb County District Attorney, will portray the Lone Ranger in the Movie Palace Radio Hour: The Adventures of the Lone Ranger and the Shadow.
The performance will recreate 1940s radio drama, with live actors, including Reynolds as the Lone Ranger and Matt Goodson as the Shadow.
The show will run for one weekend only from Friday May 3 through Sunday May 5 at The Strand on Marietta Square. Tickets are $25 and are on sale now.
Goodson, who will portray Lamont Cranston/The Shadow, is an Atlanta-based performer who has acted in live and recorded audio dramas with The Atlanta Radio Theatre Company for the past five years.
Other cast members for the Strand performance include Jeffrey Hunt, Caitlin Roe, Zach Roe, Olivia McCurley, Thomas Cage, Quinn Bozza, Grant Marshall, Darius Francis, Barry Lancaster, Alex McCurley, and Foley artist Johnny Gravely.
The press release states, “This show will feature a live Foley artist using a variety of objects to recreate iconic sound effects like the rattling hoof beats of the Lone Ranger’s trusty steed Silver, and the swish of The Shadow’s trademark cape. In addition, The Georgia Symphony Orchestra will be lending their considerable musical talents to the production by supplying a myriad of inventive instrumental sound effects, as well as performing a full orchestral overture at the top of each act.”
According to the press release for the event, “Tickets can be purchased online at www.strandmarietta.org, over the phone at 770.293.0080, or at the box office at 117 North Park Square. Online convenience fees can be avoided by purchasing over the phone or at the box office window during business hours. The box office is open 11:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to noon on Saturdays, and two hours before show time.”