Chambers Street Theatre

Join host Ruth Chambers as she shares stories from 1800 to 1920 in the dialogue and dialects of the time as written by the authors. You'll hear Gold Rush and Wild West Stories, Tall Tales, and plenty of Mark Twain. Some of the stories were written by the reader herself! Tune in, sit back, and enjoy a taste of simpler times.

Replays Wednesday 11-11:30am, Sunday 12-12:30pm
Live Thursday 11-11:30am

Chambers Street Theatre for 11:00am on Jun 16th, 2016

Let's rediscover a good author who seems to have been forgotten:  Arthur W. Upfield.  Today we read from his "who-done-it": "The Bachelors of Broken Hill."  Upfield was an Englishman who spent his adult life in Australia, and usually included some aspects of Aborigine culture in his plots.  Let's listen in as Inspector Napoleon Bonaparte solves the murders, yes, Inspector Bony: slim, suave, and impeccably dressed...oh, and half Aborigine with blue eyes.  Let us join the story in Australia at the scene of the crimes...

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Here's our offering for your collection.  It's an ode to our kitty Katie ...


A wonderfully warm Katie Cat

would come running whenever you sat.

She'd rumble and purr,

and had wonderful fur 

to cuddle and nuzzle and pat.

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