RACINE — Wisconsin Public Radio’s (WPR) Old Time Radio Drama Live presents a new show featuring an intrepid detective who gets her way despite all the men who underestimate her. “There’s Always a Woman” features a clever noir narrative complete with husband-and-wife private eyes, a mysterious wealthy client, blackmail, gambling and other nefarious goings on.

“There’s Always a Woman” premieres at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 22, at the Racine Theatre Guild, 2519 Northwestern Ave. This show will be broadcast live statewide.

Norman Gilliland, host of WPR’s long-running weekend show “Old Time Radio Drama,” and WPR’s Michele Good updated the script from a 1939 Campbell’s Playhouse radio drama. The show includes dramatizations of reworked Campbell’s Soup commercials and a mini-episode of “Fibber McGee & Molly.” Old time radio drama is known for its strong storylines, clear characters, period music and entertaining sound effects.

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When Bill Reardon gives up on his detective agency and his darling spouse Sally takes a case on her own, no one knows whether she can pull it off.

Tickets cost $15 for general admission or $50 for premium seats. Go to www.wpr.org/presents.

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