Brady Bourgard, of Wallace, Idaho's Sixth Street Melodrama and Theatre, calls in to talk about the community theater's annual summer melodramas. Opening this week, and running through the month of July, is "Sam Shovel, Private Eye, and the Case of the Maltese Pigeon" or "Hard Boiled...with a Side of Hash." Written and directed by Brady and his twin brother Eli, the play is set in 1930's Wallace and parodying the hard-boiled detective dramas of the period. The August melodrama will be "The Carpet Caper" or "Who Stole the Mayor's Rug?" written and directed by Cyndi Bentley. Both shows, in traditional melodrama fashion, encourage audience participation.
For tickets and showtimes, visit the website http://www.sixthstreetmelodrama.com/.