Old Time Radio Theatre

Old Time Radio Theatre is a new monthly podcast featuring some of Montreal’s finest talent dedicated to recreating the magic of radio’s Golden Age.

Recorded live in front of an audience at Montreal’s Mainline Theatre, under the voice direction of Andrew Gryn, Old Time Radio Theatre brings to life the art of the radio play.

Complete with live sound effects, we bring you greatest mystery, suspense, and horror stories ever to grace the airwaves.

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Who We Are

Shayne Gryn

Producer & Sound Effects Artist

Shayne Gryn is a musician, composer, and producer of burlesque and theatre, from Montreal. He was the musical director of Processed Theatre starting with the company’s first production “Reefer Madness: The Musical” (2010), up until its final production of Nothing Never Happens In Norway, which was mounted as part or the Centaur Theatre’s Wildside Festival in 2013, to which he wrote the score.

He has toured Quebec with Bad Uncle, and performed in the Red Bull Sounderground Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil, as well as at Festival Juste Pour Rire with Acme Burlesque which he co-founded with Seska Lee in 2012.

He has composed music for films, notably the NFB’s “Tales From The Crib” (2004), and Izzy Lee’s “Legitimate” (2013), and has accompanied several silent films including The General, The Circus, and Phantom of the Opera.

His interest in reviving lost art forms led him to produce the first edition of Old Time Radio Theatre for the St-Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival, broadcast on CKUT 90.3 FM, in 2011.

Andrew Gryn


Photography being one of his passions, you will find Andrew walking about and capturing images in the heart of Mile End where he grew up and raised his family. He majored in Graphic Design at Concordia University. Animation productions for television included The Little Mermaid, The Happy Prince and The Remarkable Rocket for Potterton Productions and was followed by Heavy Metal The Movie (1981). There was a shift at that point, from the art department to production management. Then came the live action commercials and feature films such as Joshua Then and Now (1985). Another major shift in the 1990’s to the Voice Over Department, with Casting and Voice Directing as the main event. Recent work has been self produced short videos commercial and art photography, plus voice workshops for up and coming actors.