RadioACTive 03.27.23

  • March 27, 2023
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A recap of Team KRCL's adventures at the 2023 Treefort Music Fest in Boise, ID, last week. Plus, poet and playwright RJ Walker on his latest interactive project, Lord of Misrule: Feast of Fools.

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RJ Walker and Connor Bond on this year's Lord of Misrule Passion Play. To get character profiles and the latest conspiracy theory from the Judas Society, visit

  • April 6-9: , an interactive Easter Passion Play debuting at the Sister Dottie S. Dixon Memorial Blackbox, Alliance Theater - Utah Arts Alliance, 602 E. 500 S., SLC. Event by RJ Walker: "A rare and special occasion such as this necessitates theatrical nonsense. This will be a play unlike any other you've seen. This is the biggest and baddest and blasphemest Lord of Misrule show yet (18+, as always). Masquerade/disguise encouraged. Show starts at 8pm, with a 3pm Matinee on Saturday. Lord of Misrule: Feast of Fools is also a U of U Undergraduate Research Project intended to show the social and financial efficacy of its experimental, mutual-aid based theatre model. There is a 'Menu of Foolishness' with 69 different changes that can be made to the show. Audience members can donate money between acts to the University of Utah Prison Education Project for The Lord of Misrule to make sure these changes happen on stage. The show is free to attend, no ticket required."

KRCL team coverage of last week's Treefort Music Fest — 5 days, 50 venues and 500+ bands in Boise, ID. Panelists include Shell Yeah, Eric P. Nelson, Jack Waters, Talia Keys and Melahn Atkinson shared their experiences, including seeing Utah bands Mowth, Painted Roses, Plastic Cherries, and Sunfish. To see more of their coverage, click here

Played a few 10 sec clips from some live performances from fest - Utah Local bands, Mowth, Painted Roses, Plastic Cherries, Sunfish. Then played 2 min interview with Carter and Kip from the Band Sunfish, followed by their song Bad! - They will be performing Wednesday at Kilby Court at 7pm opening for future.exboyfriend and Poolhouse.
At end of show, played an interview between Gavin Dahl and Calimossa (Tomás Pascali) and played Calimossa's Algo Dulce (Spanish version)

Views, thoughts or opinions shared by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, 90.9fm KRCL. Tonight's RadioACTive team included:

  • Exec. Producer: Lara Jones 
  • Treefort Team: Gavin Dahl, Shell Yeah, Eric P. Nelson
  • Production Assistant: Connor Estes