“Live” Radio Drama Takes Stage June 1-12 at the Museum of Flight

1950s radio broadcast of Ray Bradbury sci-fi reenacted in Museum’s theater

SEATTLE – Reenactments of the 1950s live radio broadcast of Ray Bradbury’s “Mars Is Heaven,” will be on stage at The Museum of Flight on June 11 and 12 at 2 p.m. Radio Enthusiasts of Puget Sound (REPS) will perform the drama with live sound effects and actors reading multiple roles. The story, “Mars is Heaven,” was included in Bradbury’s classic “The Martian Chronicles,” published in 1948, and adapted for radio in the early 1950s.
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The non-profit Museum of Flight is one of the largest independent air and space museums in the world. The Museum’s collection includes more than 150 historically significant air- and spacecraft, as well as the William E. Boeing Red Barn® — the original manufacturing facility of the Boeing Co. The Airpark includes outdoor displays with the first jet Air Force One, a Concorde airliner, and the first Boeing 747 jumbo jet. The Museum aeronautical library and archival holdings are the largest on the West Coast. The Education Office offers weekend family programs, programs for students and educators, and overnight camps for children. McCormick & Schmick’s Wings Café is on site.

The Museum of Flight is located at 9404 E. Marginal Way S., Seattle, Exit 158 off Interstate 5 on Boeing Field half-way between downtown Seattle and Sea-Tac Airport. The Museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $16 for adults, $14 for seniors 65 and older, $13 for active military, $9 for youth 5 to 17, and free for children under 5. Group rates are available. Admission on the first Thursday of the month is free from 5 to 9 p.m. courtesy of Wells Fargo. For general Museum information, please call 206-764-5720 or visit

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