Orson Welles made history and scared the living daylights out of America with his 1938 radio drama of H.G. Wells' The War of the Worlds. The original radio broadcast of Welles' production caused mass hysteria among listeners, many of whom were convinced that a real alien invasion was taking place. Now you can travel back in time to that radio studio to relive the magic of a near-forgotten art form in this live theater event recreating one of the most famous, groundbreaking radio plays ever produced. Be there when Radiotheatre's six actors play 20 characters over 47 scenes in the sanctuary of St. John's Lutheran Church in Greenwich Village -- and allow your imagination to bring this science fiction classic to life once more.