October 25, 2015
Tales of the Museum, Episodes 12 & 13
Darker Projects presents the series by Charles Russell.
12. Beyond the Veil: It’s business as usual in the Johnson City Regional Museum, and the levels of supernatural energy are slowly rising to critical levels in the Vanmount Theater Annex. Is it this boring in YOUR office?
13. Finale: The Battle for the Museum: It all comes down to this: Nash and his co-workers, having received warnings of something big and spooky about to happen, are unable to enjoy the Museum’s big Halloween party. Their worried minds are soon made worrieder by the appearance of several ghosts, a medium and a strange mix of highly sinister characters. It soon becomes apparent that there is a turf war in progress – and the Battle For The Museum has already begun…
November 1, 2015
Big Fun Radio Funtime!, Oct. 10, 2015
Fearless Comedy Productions presents this series quarterly, Live, at the Bryant Lake Bowl in Minneapolis. This show features sketches by Jerry Stearns and Brian Price, Elizabeth Ess, John Youker, and Tim Wick.
The Zombie Sketch
Never Tell Me The Odds
and ads for The Brassiere. and Stunt Doubles.
November 8, 2015
Cosmo and Robetta
A mix of rock opera and radio "Theater of the Mind," the project is a dramatic narration completed with sound effects and music which tells the story of Cosmo, an electronics whiz who is the sole human employee of Savage motors. In his spare time he has built Robetta, a robot who later becomes nearly human in appearance and abilities.
Written by Robb Royer and Jimmy Griffin, of the band Bread. Originally recorded in 1973.
November 15, 2015
ELaine Lee's Trans Mars Tango, features a trans-gender detective on Mars, lots of action and humor, and plot twists and twisted language that will make your cranial appendage spin. Written by comic book author Elaine Lee and directed by Brian Price, and featuring Phil Proctor of the Firesign Theatre and Audie Award winning audiobook narrator Robin Miles.
Directed by Brian Price, TransMars Tango was adapted by Elaine Lee from game events written for The Ares Project by Lee and game designer David Nolte.
Original music by Dwight Frizzell. TransMars Tango was first presented as a live performance at the National Audio Theatre Festivals workshop on Friday, June 24, 2011.
November 22, 2015
Sealtest Variety Theater
David O'Sullivan, host of KFAI's Malarkey Irish show, sitting in with some tasty Old Time Radio shows from 1939 and 1948, and featuring Gregory Peck and Richard Widmark.
November 29, 2015
Peter and the Wolf
As performed by Weird Al Yankovic. a parody of Sergei Prokofiev's work Peter and the Wolf, as retold by "Weird Al" Yankovic and re-arranged by Wendy Carlos. The album was released in 1988 and was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Album for Children at the 1989 Grammy Awards.
December 6, 2015
A dialectically demonic dream of constant repetition. A dark comedy in which a woman attempts to escape from a totalitarian society riddled with paranoia, color coded alerts, bureaucratic procedures and consumerist propaganda.
One of the Diabolic Playhouse pieces from the Crazy Dog Audio Theatre of Dublin, Ireland. Written, produced and directed by Roger Gregg. Featuring some of the best voice actors in all the Emerald Isle.
December 13, 2015
The Adventures of Luke Skywalker
In anticipation of the new Star Wars film this week.
The Lux Radio Theater broadcast radio adaptations of popular films during the 1940s and 50s. This is a special 90-minute live broadcast of the old movie serial, The Adventures of Luke Skywalker, performed for troop morale at a base in California in 1944. It features an all star cast including Mickey Rooney as Luke, Humphrey Bogart as Han Solo, Katherine Hepburn as Princess Leia, Jimmy Stewart as Obi-Wan and many more. We will play excerpts from the broadcast, and comment on the production, the cast, and how it was done.
Hosted by Cecil B. DeMille. Produced by Shawn Crosby, Michael Reed and Colleen Crosby.
(Of course, this is only a parody, so don't take it all seriously. And incidentally, it's not available anywhere else.)
December 20, 2015
Bus 13B To Hell
Six unsavory passengers and a little girl leave their broken-down bus and arrive at a ghostly banquet. Their host turns out to be the Accountant of the Universe who promises to fulfil all their worldly dreams in exchange for a small human fee.
From the Diabolic Playhouse series on RTE, Irish National Radio, by the Crazy Dog Audio Theatre. Written, produced and directed by Roger Gregg. Featuring Phil Proctor of the Firesign Theatre, Melinda Peterson, and especially Morgan Jones as Cyril.