The Broadcast

Orson Welles' historic radio broadcast of The War of the Worlds triggered panic in many places because it sounded so real. On the night of the Mercury Theater's fear-inducing dramatization, a family out in the countryside fears for their lives and must deal with strangers and neighbors coming in for help. The building tensions bring to the surface long-suppressed emotions and conflicts, culminating in a deadly and violent reckoning on this dark stormy night. By the artist of Elk's Run and Tumor. "The characters are well developed. There is plenty of mystery and suspense involved, which is slowly unraveled with remarkable pacing."-Ain't It Cool News