Gherkin Radio Theatre offers a double-header for episode four:

Joe Rizzo, executive director of Triumvirate Theatre, and Paul Morin and Rebecca Gilman, director and producer of "Murder in the Cathedral" with the Kenai Performers talk about maintaining community theater amid COVID.

The hunter becomes the hunted after a mishap at sea in Richard Connell’s 1924 classic, “The Most Dangerous Game.” Starring Ranger Fox as Rainsford, Ben Weagraff as General Zaroff and Stephen White as Whitney.

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The best way to make sure something doesn’t happen is to plan for it.

That was certainly the case this year for the Kenai Performers. With more directors stepping up to put on shows than ever before, the theater penciled in at least seven productions this season. Most years, the organization puts on between three and five shows.

“The original plan for 2020-21 was going to be the biggest thing that we had done for a long while," said board member Rebecca Gilman.

Welcome to the debut of Gherkin Radio Theater! Thanks to Dr. Stephen White at Gentle Dental in Soldotna for bringing Gherkin Radio Theater to life. Pandemic time on his hands turned into a fun theatrical project to bring entertainment to the airwaves.