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Strand On the Air sees light at the end of the tunnel in April broadcast

Apr 15, 2021
Photo by: Norrie Thompson Strand Theatre House Manager Liz McLeod emerges from her COVID shelter.

Rockland — At long last, there’s light at the end of the tunnel – and if you don’t think so, we’ll set you straight in the upcoming Strand On the Air show, broadcast on Sunday, April 25, at 5 p.m. The latest installment of the Strand Theatre’s original radio variety show series can be heard by tuning in to WRFR at 93.3 in Rockland, 99.3 in Camden, or by streaming at Shows are then made available to stream on the Strand Theatre website at, and as a podcast.

The “Light At The End Of The Tunnel Edition” features more laughs with Liz McLeod and the Strand Family Players, more music from Brittany Parker – and even a few surprises! Join the intrepid journalists of “All Things Rescinded” for a look at what hoarders are doing now that there’s no need to hoard, and an interview with a lifestyle blogger whose whole lifestyle took a 180 in the wake of the pandemic. And get the exclusive word from Mrs. Grunden on the vaccination experience!

There’ll be another excursion into the poetic from the good Professor Dan Bookham, and down in Abysmal Point you’ll thrill to a real old-fashioned outdoor home talent show, as the whole gang gets together to sing, argue and juggle tomatoes while riding a unicycle.

Strand On the Air broadcasts are written, directed and edited by Liz McLeod. Cast members currently contribute their parts remotely.

For more information, visit, email, or call (207) 594-0070. The Strand Theatre is located at 345 Main St.

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