Hope and love for Beatles mucic lives on through radio show on WPMD by instructor


Photo courtesy of Casey Piotrowski

Casey Piotrowski has been part of radio broadcasting since he was 15 years old. He teaches Into to Theatre this semester.

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Part time instructor and instructional aid Casey Pitriowski marked ten years of The Beatles Show on the end of January.

“I am very proud of The Beatles Show. It is cleverly conceived.

“I think its very strongly written, energetically delivered and well produced,” Pitriowski said.

Pitrowski is the man behind the mic for the last decade to promote the marvelous music of The Beatles and shares history about the famous mop-tops.

“I think it’s really cool that there’s an instructor who has his own Beatles’ show at school,” psychology major Ruby Bermudez said.

The Beatles show can be heard every Tuesday from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. through twenty broadcast stations around the country and is streamed on the Internet.

“I’m very pleased about that and people get to listen to it,” Pitrowski said.

The Beatles show is assembled and worked on by Pitriowski at his home. “I have all the equipment at home and do all the editing there,” he said.

Not only does Pitriowski have a passion for radio broadcasting, “Performing is such a love of mine,” he said.

“Here in L.A., I’ve done everything you can virtually do. I have written and been on network television, appeared on Indie films, created game shows and was even the Honey Nut Cheerios Bee at City Walk. You do what ever you have to do as a performer,” Pitriowski said.

A late 1970’s American situation comedy, WKRP in Cincinnati, OH, was one of the shows that Pitriowski wrote for.

He is currently working on his own original satirical movie script about a mafia that is six scenes away from being finished.

“It’s a comedy mob movie that plays off the Godfather part one and season one of The Sopranos.”

Pitriowski is a dedicated fine arts instructor who has taught radio and film classes. He teaches Intro To Theatre this semester.