Steve Brown and Mike Ullstrup have been bringing original and adapted works to the radio and stage for over five years. Winning several awards, including from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association and the Wisconsin Bar Association, BrownUllstrup works provoke, compel, and challenge the audience – and sometimes just make them laugh out loud.
They bring together performances that are well written, well cast, and well managed. Historical events are thoroughly researched. Marketing and sales plans are focused, specific, cost-efficient, and effective. Sound effects creation and editing are the finishing touch to their successful performances. They do their best to be responsive to and flexible with everyone to make sure that the best productions using the best people are presented to audiences as works best for them.
Steve and Mike, and the very talented individuals with whom they work, focus their offerings to the entertainment and education industries on the following.
Always looking to extend their reach to new audiences, Steve and Mike invite you to peruse their website and contact them about any questions that you might have.
- Stage and radio script creation, development, and writing
- Stage and radio production including venue procurement, director and crew selection, talent casting, presentation rights acquisition, and stage operations (sound, lighting, props, costumes, staging)
- Theatrical and writer’s representation
- Sound effects creation, development, and editing
- Video creation, development, and editing
The next WGTD Radio Theater productions, "The Scooter and Biff Show" and "It's the Professor," will be broadcast on March 24th! Listens to the adventures of two regular boys and then the folks at Del Boca Rio Phase 3! The show airs at 11:15 a.m. (central time). Get the details here on our Calendar!
"A Fireside Chat: A Conversation with FDR."
This is a one-man play, starring Gary Stamm. On April 29-May 1, 2011, the play had its national premier at the Cunneen-Hackett Arts Center in Poughkeepsie, New York, which is located right in the heart of Dutchess County, New York, which is where FDR lived. The FDR Presidential Library is also located in Dutchess County, in Hyde Park. We are currently discussing the possibility of having a benefit performance of "A Fireside Chat" at the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Presidential Library.
The readings of the play are being scheduled throughout the Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, and Lake County areas. Information will be posted as they are scheduled. If you are interested in hosting a reading, let us know!