The New Dibble Show - Volume 1 by Jerry Robbins audiobook

The New Dibble Show - Volume 1

By Jerry Robbins
Performed by a full cast

The Colonial Radio Theatre on Brilliance Audio
5.93 Hours 1
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"LIVE from the stage of the Town Hall Theatre in Glorious Mayham Massachusetts - It's The New Dibble Show..." This is the energetic cry from announcer Westbrook Ahern that begins each episode of Dibble and the gang. The Town Hall Theatre is the place for Dibble's weekly Radio Show where he entertains his dozens of fans who supposedly listen in each Saturday night to his broadcast which barely reaches the edge of town. Dibble, a self-proclaimed “entertainment magnet,” hosts a show filled with a lot of laughs and a cast of eccentric characters including Penelope Parsnip (leader of the South Sea Island Girls), Mayor Keating (who wants to be in show business), and Wilber, the “no talent sound effects guy,” and Rita, who runs the town diner. He attempts radio dramas of classic films, and sometimes gets into troubling situations as he drives his jalopy around town. The New Dibble Show was a popular program that ran continuously during CRT’s eight years on Sirius XM. He is 3'3. He always has an angle. He has very little patience. He is... Dibble! Vol. 1 contains fifteen episodes of fun and laughs for the entire family! STARRING DIBBLE AND THE MAYHAM PLAYERS Episodes in Vol. 1 include: Town Hall Follies/ Moby Dibble/ Dibble and the Dentist/ The Escape Artist/ Hooray For Hollywood, Part 1/ Hooray For Hollywood, Part 2/ Hooray For Hollywood, Part 3/ Sound Deffects/ Flippin’ Flapjacks/ Private Knives/ The Great Barrysnore/ Gone Campin’/ 4th of July Semi-Spectacular/ Weren’t No Picnic/ The Great Bank Robbery Executive Producer Mark Vander Berg. Music by Jeffrey Gage. Written, Produced and Directed by Jerry Robbins.

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"LIVE from the stage of the Town Hall Theatre in Glorious Mayham Massachusetts - It's The New Dibble Show..."

This is the energetic cry from announcer Westbrook Ahern that begins each episode of Dibble and the gang. The Town Hall Theatre is the place for Dibble's weekly Radio Show where he entertains his dozens of fans who supposedly listen in each Saturday night to his broadcast which barely reaches the edge of town.

Dibble, a self-proclaimed “entertainment magnet,” hosts a show filled with a lot of laughs and a cast of eccentric characters including Penelope Parsnip (leader of the South Sea Island Girls), Mayor Keating (who wants to be in show business), and Wilber, the “no talent sound effects guy,” and Rita, who runs the town diner. He attempts radio dramas of classic films, and sometimes gets into troubling situations as he drives his jalopy around town. The New Dibble Show was a popular program that ran continuously during CRT’s eight years on Sirius XM.

He is 3'3. He always has an angle. He has very little patience. He is... Dibble!

Vol. 1 contains fifteen episodes of fun and laughs for the entire family!

STARRING DIBBLE AND THE MAYHAM PLAYERS

Episodes in Vol. 1 include:

Town Hall Follies/ Moby Dibble/ Dibble and the Dentist/ The Escape Artist/ Hooray For Hollywood, Part 1/ Hooray For Hollywood, Part 2/ Hooray For Hollywood, Part 3/ Sound Deffects/ Flippin’ Flapjacks/ Private Knives/ The Great Barrysnore/ Gone Campin’/ 4th of July Semi-Spectacular/ Weren’t No Picnic/ The Great Bank Robbery

Executive Producer Mark Vander Berg. Music by Jeffrey Gage.

Written, Produced and Directed by Jerry Robbins.

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Author Bio: Jerry Robbins

Author Bio: Jerry Robbins

Jerry Robbins is an American actor and singer who has performed in more than one hundred stage productions, including an acclaimed portrayal of John Barrymore in William Luces’ play, Barrymore. He has also written and produced forty radio plays with his company, the Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air, winning the Parents Choice Award for The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in 2001 and an Audio Worlds Golden Headset Award for Little Big Horn in 1999.

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Available Formats : CD
Category: Nonfiction/Drama/Performing Arts
Runtime: 5.93
Audience: Adult
Language: English