Serling Comedy to Air on Cincinnati Public Radio

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O’Toole From Moscow, a comedy by Rod Serling ’50 about confusion during the Cold War between Russians and the Cincinnati Reds, will be recorded as a radio program for Cincinnati Public Radio Station WVXU, performed by eight University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music students under the direction of Richard Hess, professor of acting and directing. It was originally performed only once on NBC Television.

Anne Serling, daughter of Twilight Zone creator Rod Serling, will be the studio announcer and narrator.

Read more about the performance on WVXU’s website.