They're a bunch of actors reading vintage radio scripts. Standing in front of old mics. Wearing vintage clothes. What could be so great about a radio play? It's an enchanting time warp, that's why. A holiday staple for families across the country, Fake Radio takes on "It's a Wonderful Life", an old favorite in a whole new way, live on stage. The show puts on this comic production at Portland's Alberta Rose Theatre, where several actors, including Kevin McDonald (The Kids in the Hall), present the play live to the listening audience. With the help of sound effects and live music from The Libertine Belles, the ensemble re-enacts the beloved story of George Bailey, a young man who's given up on his dreams and stands on a bridge, ready to end it all. Just then, an angel arrives to show Bailey how the lives of those he loves would be affected if he were not around.