|Title||:||columbia workshop (018) electrical demonstration two hundred were chosen|
|Plot||:||+A program dedicated to "the scientists, research workers and engineers of the electrical industry, and especially to The New York Electrical Society." Eleven hundred of the society's members are in the studio audience. Dr. E. E. Frees (? "Columbia's scientific consultant") tells how the theatre from which the program originates was made suitable for broadcasting. During the second half of the program, "The Actor's Repertory Company" does scenes from "Two Hundred Were Chosen" by E. P. Conkel (which opened on Broadway the previous night). "Parabolic microphones" were used, allowing the actors to move about the stage, instead of using the normal microphones which require the performers to remain stationery.|
|File||:||Columbia Workshop 36-11-21 (018) Electrical Demonstration - Two Hundred Were Chosen.mp3|
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