Powder River - Season Three

Powder River - Season Three

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Written By: Jerome Robbins       
Narrated By: Colonial Radio Players , Jerry Robbins, Derek Aalerud
Date: 12 April 2012
Duration: 06:15:23

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Radio Theatre Dramatization

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POWDER RIVER returns with fifteen new and exciting episodes filled with action, adventure, plot twists, and the heartwarming characters that have made it a favorite on Sirius XM Satellite Radio. Set in 1877 Clearmont, Wyoming, Chad MacMasters returns home and confesses to Britt that he has infiltrated the notorious Clyde gang set on robbing the Clearmont Bank - Lucas Clyde hides out in the home of elderly Etta Wilkins - Judge Parker the Hanging Judge arrives in Clearmont - Britt takes on cattle rustlers in the trilogy Morgan's Town, and Vincent Kelly, once engaged to Sandy, arrives in Clearmont as the new owner of The Golden Nugget. These and many other exciting adventures are featured in this collectors edition.

Episodes include: Wanted/ Bandit's Pass/ Just Like Home/ Judge Parker/ The Awful Tooth/ Morgan's Town, Part 1/ Morgan's Town, Part 2/ Morgan's Town, Part 3/ Till Death Do Us Part/ The Winds of the Prairie/ The Bride From The East/ The Instant of Unexpected/ The Wagon Boy/ The New Owner/ The Moment of Truth

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Jerome Robbins

Jerome Robbins (October 11, 1918 – July 29, 1998) was an American choreographer, director, dancer, and theater producer who worked in classical ballet, on Broadway, and in films and television. Among his numerous stage productions he worked on were On the Town, Peter Pan, High Button Shoes, The King And I, The Pajama Game, Bells Are Ringing, West Side Story, Gypsy: A Musical Fable, and Fiddler on the Roof; Robbins was a five time Tony Award winner and a recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors. He received two Academy Awards, including the 1961 Academy Award for Best Director with Robert Wise for West Side Story. A documentary about his life and work, Something to Dance About, featuring excerpts from his journals, archival performance and rehearsal footage, and interviews with Robbins and his colleagues, premiered on PBS in 2009 and won both an Emmy and a Peabody Award the same year.