The SFFaudio Podcast #146 – AUDIOBOOK/READALONG – Eight O’Clock In The Morning by Ray Nelson

February 6, 2012 by · 8 Comments
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The SFFaudio PodcastThe SFFaudio Podcast #146 – Eight O’Clock In The Morning by Ray Nelson, read by Gregg Margarite. This is a complete and unabridged reading of the short story (16 Minutes) followed by a discussion of it with Jesse, Gregg Margarite and Ray Nelson himself!

Talked about on today’s show:
This story was suggested by a listener [thanks], Eight O’Clock In The Morning, a terse procedural aspect of the text, Ray is a fan of bare bones writing, alien forks and knives, inspired by flies, a new adaptation of Eight O’Clock In The Morning (on IMDB), John Carpenter’s They Live, occupy wall street, the 1% aren’t just mean, one of the best short story adaptations, Nada = nothing, a traitless character, a modern fable, The Twilight Zone, sowing a distrust of television, “Work Eight Hours, Play Eight Hours, Sleep Eight Hours”, Ray co-wrote The Ganymede Takeover with Philip K. Dick, Gregg likes it, The Ganymede Takeover has been translated 15 times, Ray and Phil are a hit in France, Edgar Allan Poe owes his classical status to Baudelaire, the short story form itself, Again, Dangerous Visions, Hillside School in Berkley, CA, Ray went to school with Philip K. Dick and Ursula K. Le Guin, France, 1950s, Harlan Ellison, Jean Paul Sarte, book smuggling, Henry Miller, Ray gave Phil acid twice, Philip K. Dick’s acid trips (and flashbacks), answers vs. questions, public and private realities, Ray loves radio theatre, the new audio drama, Tim Heffernan, The Drama Pod, The Cosmic Circle on KPFA, live broadcast, live TV, Saturday Night Live, Your Show Of Shows, Mel Brooks, Woody Allan, Larry Gelbart, the last unsafe TV show was Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, anthology series, The Twilight Zone, Black Mirror, Carleton E. Morris, radio drama in Canada, Carleton E. Morris, Prairie Home Companion, appointment radio, X Minus One, Dimension X, Escape, Suspense, I Love A Mystery, BrokenSea’s OTR Swag Cast, The Temple Of The Vampires, Bill Hollweg, The Quantum Door, Gregg gets to be Rod Serling, Jake Sampson: Monster Hunter, Egypt, Texas, Robert E. Howard, H.P. Lovecraft, paperbook publishing is tough, we want ebook and audiobook editions of , iambik.com, $0.30, William Blake, Laser Books, pseudonyms, RayNelson.com, cartoonism, American Window Cleaner Magazine, “Inflate my girl James … the Viagra is kicking in.”, the propeller beanie, Flying Down To Rio, the 1939 Worlds Fair, The World Of Tomorrow, Elektro the smoking robot, Treasure Island, Hitler’s swastika farm at the world’s fair, The Old Beatnik, Herb Caen, how the beatniks got their name, Jack Kerouac, a synchronistic view of the universe, theology, the University Of Chicago, my Edgar Allan Poe drawing, why don’t people draw more often?, every little kid knows how to draw, essay writing, the death of newspapers, the smell of a used bookstore, How To Fuck Like The Stars aka How To Do It, drawing, writing and smuggling pornography, the Wikipedia entry on Ray Nelson, “Push where it gives”, singing black spirituals in a cowboy suit in Paris, Ray “Tex” Nelson aka Tex The Singing Cowboy, Jeffrey Lord’s Richard Blade, Harlequin Books, Slave Of Sarma by Jeffrey Lord (read by Lloyd James), California Ray, Allen Ginsberg, “I wrote verse. I wrote verse and verse as I went along.”, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Howl, the San Fransisco Renaissance, Sex Happy Hippie, Robert Silverberg, Lawrence Block, Donald E. Westlake, Marion Zimmer Bradley, I, Lesbian by Lee Chapman (aka Ray Nelson and Marion Zimmer Bradley), copyright, fanzines, the smell of a mimeograph machine, Ray Bradbury, Clark Ashton Smith, H.P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, Weird Tales, H.P. Lovecraft is more like a blogger than a 1950s writer, Farnsworth Wright, Astounding Stories, Pickman’s Model by H.P. Lovecraft, extraterrestrial monsters, cosmic horror, L. Sprague de Camp, H.P. Lovecraft in a dress, flipped his lid, the Fascinators are fascinating, the adaptation of They Live, Frank Armitage, scripting They Live, the sunglasses, the venetian blind glasses, Blade Runner, Total Recall, John Carpenter’s The Thing, The Thing From Another Planet, John W. Campbell, John Carpenter’s music, Roddy Piper doesn’t look like an everyman, the five minute fight scene works great!, Keith David, Seeing Ear Theatre, Tales From The Crypt |READ OUR REVIEW|, Eight O’Clock In The Morning is a kind of Lovecraftian tale, The Lurking Fear, “anything includes everything.”

Eight O'Clock In The Morning by Ray Nelson

They Live - based upon The Story Eight O'Clock In The Morning by Ray Nelson

Got A Light Buddy?
The Children

They Live - Indian poster art

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The Twilight Zone Podcast: interview with the creators of Charles Beaumont: The Short Life of Twilight Zone’s Magic Man

January 30, 2012 by · Leave a Comment
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The Twilight Zone PodcastBack in August 2011 Tom Elliot, of the terrific The Twilight Zone Podcast, posted a wonderful interview with the makers of Charles Beaumont: The Short Life of Twilight Zone’s Magic Man. Jason and Sunni Brock talk to Tom for 45 minutes, it’s great stuff!

|MP3|

Podcast feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/TheTwilightZonePodcast

iTunes 1-Click |SUBSCRIBE|

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The SFFaudio Podcast #122 – AUDIOBOOK/READALONG: Beyond The Door by Philip K. Dick

August 22, 2011 by · 6 Comments
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The SFFaudio PodcastThe SFFaudio Podcast #122 – a complete and unabridged reading of Beyond The Door by Philip K. Dick, followed by a discussion of it with Scott, Jesse, Tamahome and Gregg Margarite (who narrated the story).

Talked about on today’s show:
Beyond The Door is a story about a very angry bird, is it a puff-piece or a potboiler?, Rod Serling, Twilight Zone, “My name is Talky Tina and I’m going to kill you.”, Living Doll, Telly Savalas, Clown Without Pity (from Treehouse of Horror III), Night Gallery, Chucky, were clowns always scary?, automaton, fantasy, is it a haunted cuckoo clock?, what does that mean?, why is that in there?, who is Pete?, Pete has to be her dead brother, did Pete die in the same way?, the Black Forest, what’s wrong with this woman?, “it was written in the fifties!”, she’s happy and she’s sad, Umberto Eco and the role of the reader, Grimm’s Fairy Tales, Eric S. Rabkin, Warehouse 13, is the first line a moral lesson (or merely a magazine call out)?, Project Gutenberg’s etext edition of Beyond The Door, Fantastic Universe Science Fiction, this story is not about a cuckoo clock, it’s about the cuckoo bird and the cuckoo egg, and the egg’s name is Pete, Perky Pat, Gregg has read Philip K. Dick’s Exegesis, James Joyce, what am I thinking?, what am I feeling?, “keep thinking about that”, “it’s wholesale baby”, this is sex, Bob is her lover (in the 1950s sense), anthropomorphizing cuckoo clock’s bird is not that uncommon, “you’ll love it Bobby”, this is a really strange clock, it would keep you up all night, the cuckoo clock fad (they were ubiquitous), “like a new member of the family”, what is the symbol of?, the cuckoo is a brood parasite, the characteristics of cuckoo eggs and chicks, “some important special accounts” sounds like a story, “how nice you look today”, “Mrs. Peters across the street you know…”, “oh oh oh”, Pete was only her half brother, “it’s 3 o’clock in the morning and you need 5,000 words by ten a.m.”, Clans Of The Alphane Moon, Dick’s many marriages, Tessa Dick, structuralism vs. post structuralism, writer’s intent vs. the text standing alone, does the author’s intent matter?, a bastard child, “she’s seen this thing in action before”, the great depression -> WWII -> many impulsive marriages, Bob isn’t gay, “no guy is interested in buttons!”, “does he realize he is next in line?”, “monogamy is designed to makes sure the male gets a genetic heir”, the cuckoo is her champion, “I like a good deal”, “he’s rude, he doesn’t deserve to die”, there’s no magic, no science fiction, folklore, mythology, proto-story, Scott read Beyond The Door aloud to his daughter, James Thurber’s The Princess And The Tin Box, Anthony Boucher, three or four princes, reverse-dowry, “red charger” vs. plow horse, mica and hornblende, she’s not an idiot, anyone who thought she was going to…, this is an overturning of that, it’s a fractured fairy tale, a noir fairy tale, Frank R. Stockton, The Griffin and the Minor Canon, Snow White as a horror story, Rocky And Bullwinkle, June Foray, William Conrad, Jake And The Fatman, “finish before it burns”, the Marx Bros., the self-deprecating stuff we like today, Forever Peace, we got it sorted, anecdotal proof.

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Gregg Taylor – the underappreciated genius of Decoder Ring Theatre

April 27, 2011 by · 6 Comments
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Gregg Taylor, the creator and writer of Decoder Ring Theatre, is a creative genius, the quality and scope for which we have seen very few before. He is writer of genuine superbness, on the level of J. Michael Straczynski and Rod Serling. But unlike Straczynski, who wrote 92 of the 110 episodes of Babylon 5, and unlike Serling, who wrote 92 of 156 episodes of The Twilight Zone, Taylor has written 42 out of 42 episodes of Black Jack Justice and 70 out of 70 episodes of Red Panda Adventures. I don’t think there is any kind of precedent for this in the history of scripted drama, not on work of this quality or superfluity.

Battlestar Galactica, the recent TV series, ran 73 episodes. Writing credits for that show go to more that a dozen different writers. People think that Joss Whedon wrote Firefly. He did, but he didn’t do it alone. He wrote or co-wrote maybe only half the episodes of that short series. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Nobody is doing anything like what Gregg Taylor is doing with scripted series, and I’m not sure anybody ever has, not on radio or TV. Taylor has, unbelievably, released a full cast production episode of both of his full cast series every two weeks, fall through to the spring, every year since 2005. That’s a stunning, stunning achievement.

I could go on and on and on. But if you just go and listen to the shows yourself I’m sure you’ll get as caught-up in them as so many fans of these independently produced shows have. Maybe start with the fairly standalone-ish episode #70 of the Red Panda Adventures |MP3|. Here’s the episode description:

There are some situations that you just can’t prepare for. You can be the cleverest mystery man on the block, there will still be days that you just never saw coming. Those are the moments that cry out for a fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust and a hearty… well, you know…

The talented Thomas Perkins, who does the covers for the Red Panda novels*, created this awesome “lobby card” art for the episode:

Red Panda Adventures - The Wild West

[via Bish's Beat]

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*Yes, Gregg Taylor is writing novels set in the Red Panda world too. And no, they are not mere reworkings of the scripts – theses are true canon series novels that fit into the chronology like so many Star Trek novels written for hire never did, and like the Babylon 5 novels claimed they would.

Seeing Ear Theatre

May 13, 2010 by · 35 Comments
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Seeing Ear TheatreSeeing Ear Theatre - Neil Dickson And Marina Sirtis recording THE DEATH OF CAPTAIN FUTURE

Back in 2003, for our features page, I wrote the following about Seeing Ear Theatre:

In the United States, radio drama is virtually dead. But just after the internet blossomed, “radio” drama briefly revived itself. Between 1997 and 2001 dozens of Science Fiction and Fantasy stories were produced by a dedicated and talented crew of multimedia artists, writers, actors and musicians using the RealPlayer technology to delivery “radio” drama via streaming audio. And what a revival it was!

Starting small and building bigger and better productions until its demise, the SEEING EAR THEATRE was arguably much better than the SCI-FI channel that spawned it. It managed to capture some of the top living SF writers of today, like Harlan Ellision, J. Michael Straczynski, and Kim Stanley Robinson. It also produced some classic stories, from the likes of Fredric Brown, Poul Anderson, and William Tenn.

Much of Seeing Ear Theatre‘s output was, until 2007, available at the abandoned SET section of the Sci-Fi Channel’s website. But, since then there has been nothing but fading memories of an amazing dot.com experiment, audio grandeur, flushed away into a shadowy realm of digital flotsam.

Until now.

Below you will find a fairly complete listing of most of the original material produced by Seeing Ear Theatre. There are certainly holes in this collection, but the majority of the goodness that was originally available in RealAudio is now available in MP3 format, thanks to the fans who loved it.

I have also provided the details to the few commercial releases of Seeing Ear Theatre dramatizations.

Enjoy!

SEEING EAR THEATRE - The History Of The DevilSeeing Ear Theatre – Kindred
Based on the novel by Octavia E. Butler; Adapted by Tony Daniel Performed by a full cast
4 or 5 MP3 Files – Approx. [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 2001
Provider: OctaviaButler.net / Archive.org
Based on Octavia E. Butler’s 1979 novel.
Cast:
Alfre Woodard as Dana Franklin
Lynn Whitfield as Sarah
Mykel Bath as Young Boy
P.J. Brown as Patroller #1 and male radio announcer
Leo Burmester as Kevin Franklin
Jacqueline Cuscuna as Harriet
Caroline Clay performing Slave Narratives and female radio announcer
Kevin Daniels as Nigel
Elenni Davis-Knight as Slave Girl, Hagar and Young Alice
Mot Filipowski as Patroller #3
Christopher Gardner as Young Nigel
Michelle Hurd as Alice
Marc John Jeffries as Sammy
Ezra Knight as Isaac and Jacob
Thomas Lyons as Rufus Weylin
Saundra McClain as Hannah
Craig McNulty as Blane and Coach Driver
Corliss Preston as Margaret Weylin and the Doctor
Lou Sumrall as Patroller #2 and Wagon Driver
Margot White as Rufus at Six Years Old
Nick Wyman as Tom Weylin
with Ruby Dee performing Slave Narratives
Crew:
Directed by Brian Smith and Jackie Cuscuna
Produced by Brian Smith and Laurissa James
Original Score Composed by Ohad Talmor
Foley Sound Effects by Sue Zizza and David Shinn
Sound Design by John Colucci
Voice Editing by John Colucci and David Shinn
Casting by Laura Richin and Judy Bowman
Executive Producer, Brian Smith
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3| Part 3 |MP3| Part 4 |MP3|
Alternative source: Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3| Part 3A |MP3| Part 3B |MP3| Part 4 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - The History Of The DevilSeeing Ear Theatre – History Of The Devil
Based on a play by Clive Barker; Performed by a full cast
5 MP3 Files – Approx. 3 Hours 8 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: May 1999
A deprived and lovelorn Satan is sick and tired of living in Hell. He bemoans the loss of his angel-wings, his freedom of flight, his elegance and grace. And he misses God. So he calls a trial to seek re-admittance into Heaven. As the trial moves through space and time we revisit scenes of humanity’s failures — or are they the work of the Devil, his own wicked crimes? If Satan wins his day in court, he’ll be reunited with his Father in Heaven. And if he loses? He’ll spend eternity here with us — on Earth. Based on a play from 1980.
Cast:
Dylan Baker
Katherine Borowitz
Simon Jones
Chip Zien
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3| Part 3 |MP3| Part 4 |MP3| Part 5 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - Snow Glass ApplesSeeing Ear Theatre – Snow Glass Apples
By Neil Gaiman; Performed by a full cast
2 MP3 Files – Approx. 46 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre / Harper Audio
Published: 2002
ISBN: 0060012560
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Once upon a time there lived a young princess with skin as white as snow, with hair as black as coal, with lips redder than blood. Most people think they know what happens to this young unfortunate girl. Most people are wrong. Tony-award winning actress Bebe Neuwirth (Chicago, Sweet Charity, and TV’s Cheers) stars as a wise Queen who wants nothing more than to reign over her kingdom peacefully but is forced to match wits with an inhuman child who has an unnatural taste for blood.
Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Sound Design by John Colucci
Co-Producer, Laurissa James
Art design by Kevin Doherty
Web design by Michael Blancaflor
Cast:
Bebe Neuwirth as the Queen
Martin Carey as the Huntsman
Mark Evans as the Prince
Merwin Goldsmith as the Lord of the Fair
J.R. Horne as the Archbishop & Friar
Alissa Hunnicutt as the Maidservant
Randy Maggiore as a Soldier
Kate Simses as the Princess
Nick Wyman as the King
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|
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SEEING EAR THEATRE - An Elevator And A PoleSeeing Ear Theatre – An Elevator And A Pole
By Tony Daniel; Performed by a full cast
2 MP3 Files – Approx. 57 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published:
The amazing ensemble of Kyra Sedgwick, Oliver Platt, Peter Gallagher, and Stanley Tucci star in a supremely demented cross between Samuel Beckett, Harold Pinter, and the Marx Brothers! A strangely compelling “pole” rises up somewhere in the desert. After contemplating the pole (and their own navels) for a moment, our heroes — or are they anti-heroes? — risk being thrown off the Earth if they do not begin climbing. …Meanwhile, another group has been trapped in an elevator for days, assured that soon “the lubricant will penetrate the mechanism” and they can finally get out. Each discovers that any idea of conscious control of one’s own personal destiny is an illusion – and a deadly illusion at that. This may be the wildest, weirdest, and most thought-provoking Seeing Ear Theatre production ever!
Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Associate Producer, Laurissa James
Original Score Composed and Performed by Ohad Talmor
Foley SFX by Sue Zizza and David Shinn
Sound Design by John Colucci
Cast:
Anne Bobby as Jolene
Peter Gallagher as Del
JR Horne as Ins
Ezra Knight as the Voice
Evan Pappas as Shell
Oliver Platt as Hank
Kyra Sedgwick as Melany
Stanley Tucci as Po
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - The Martian Crown JewelsSeeing Ear Theatre – The Martian Crown Jewels
Based on the story by Poul Anderson; Adapted by Andrew Joffe ; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 35 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998?
The Martian Crown Jewels have been stolen! The theft threatens to destroy diplomatic relations between Mars and Earth. Inspector Gregg, of the Earth police force stationed on Mars is stumped! Who can solve the baffling mystery and avert a galactic catastrophe of cataclysmic proportions? None other than Mars’ greatest private investigator, Syaloch, a seven-foot stork who lives in the “Street of Those who Prepare Nourishment in Ovens.” He is a brilliant thinker who (despite being a 7 foot tall bird) is the very image of another ”great detective” from Earth’s past. Can Syaloch, after all his reading of Earth’s Sherlock Holmes, crack the case in this delightful playfair mystery? Elementary!
Crew:
Produced and Directed by George Zarr
Sound Design by John Colucci and David Shinn
Cast:
Bronson Pinchot as Syaloch
Felix Van Dyk as Inspector Gregg and Officer Ybarra
Nicholas Haylett as Yagamata
Marc Fine as Steinman
Martin Carey as Hollyday
Mark Evans as Ramanowitz

SEEING EAR THEATRE - The Time MachineSeeing Ear Theatre – The Time Machine
Based on the novel by H.G. Wells; Adapted by Charles Potter; Performed by a full cast
2 MP3 Files – Approx. 62 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published:
A scientist invents a wondrous time machine made of ivory, crystal, brass – and a handheld computer — in our updated drama based on the H.G. Wells masterpiece. Our intrepid inventor uses the device to travel 90,000 years into the future, where he discovers the childlike Eloi, who live in ignorant bliss on the surface while the hideous, subterranean Morlocks dwell below.
Crew:
Produced and directed by Charles Potter
Sound Effects by Arthur Miller
Edit by Molly Thompson
Mix by David Rapkin
Recorded at Back Pocket Studios, New York
Cast:
Joe Morton as the Time Traveler
Timothy Jerome as Herb Wells
Alissa Hunnicutt as Weena
Margaret Albright
Matthew Arkin
John Brady
Jeff David
Ramon de Ocampo
Peter Newman
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - Black CanoesSeeing Ear Theatre – Black Canoes
Adapted from the story by Tony Daniel; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Sci-Fi.com / SeeingEarTheatre
Published: September 1, 2000
“the story of two people who venture into the countryside and end up in a series of bizarre adventures involving a primitive village and things that are not what they seem.”
Crew:
Produced and Directed by George Zarr
Sound Design by John Colucci
Voice Editing by David Shinn
Foley Effects by Sue Zizza and David Shinn
Original Music Composed and Performed by Elliot Sharp
Special thanks to Randy Blume and Donna Kat of Hands On Clay
Cast:
Claudia Black as Carol Verdane
Anthony Simcoe as Edward
Peter Waldren as Nestor, Hega, and Bashi
Fran Rizzo as Deti
Dan Anthony as Jodu
Alissa Hunnicutt, Rebecca Nice, Fran Rizzo,
Aeryn Sun, and Ka D’Argo as the Jungian Mississipians

SEEING EAR THEATRE - Titanic DreamsSeeing Ear Theatre – Titanic Dreams
Based on stories by Robert Olen Butler; Adapted by Sarah Montague; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3|- Approx. 44 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Sci-Fi.com / SeeingEarTheatre
Published: January 2000?
In the still night air on April 14, 1912, an iceberg pierces the hull of the Titanic. A young American woman and an aging English bachelor connect briefly on the deck of the doomed vessel. She is unwillingly placed in a lifeboat, and he returns to the smoking lounge to await the inevitable. Decades later, they connect again; he has dissolved into the water that claimed his life, while she has passed through time onboard the lifeboat. Gigi Edgley and Clancy Brown star as the ill-fated couple who embrace life from the depths of death. Based on Robert Olen Butler’s short stories “Titanic Victim Speaks Through Waterbed” and “Titanic Survivors Found in Bermuda Triangle.”
Crew:
Produced and Directed by Laurissa M. James
Cast:
Gigi Edgley as The Woman
Clancy Brown as The Man
Debi Mae West as Roberta
Tuck Milligan as The Husband
Jane Gennaro as The Wife

SEEING EAR THEATRE - The Moon MothSeeing Ear Theatre – The Moon Moth
Based on the short story by Jack Vance; adapted by George Zarr
Performed by a Full Cast
2 MP3 Files – Approx. 73 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theater
Published: 2000?
On the planet Sirene everyone wears a mask according to his status — or strahk — in society. Communication is accomplished through singing accompanied by a plethora of instruments, each of which signifies a different emotional mood or is used to talk to a different social caste. The problem is, the assassin Angmark is a master of Sirenese customs and — like everyone else on Sirene — his face is hidden behind a mask. Our doddering ambassador-detective’s only hope: to learn to use his own mask — the lowly Moon Moth — before Angmark relieves him of a head to put it on.
|READ OUR REVIEW|
Crew:
Produced and directed by George Zarr
Sound Design by John Colucci and David Shinn
Music Direction and Sirenese Musical Performance by Douglas Anderson
Cast:
David Garrison as Edwer Thissell and Provisionist Greenward
Tuck Milligan as Haxo Angmark and Messenger Slave
Ian Reed as Esteban Rolver and Bright Sky Bird
Mort Banks as Cornelly Welibus and Maskmaker
Mark Victor Smith as Mathew Kershaul
Leah Applebaum as Computoid, Maiden, Female Slave, and Rex
George Zarr as Steward and Paul
Andrew Joffe as Forest Goblin, Benko, and Sand Tiger
Paul Amodeo as Hostler and Toby
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - The Lucky StrikeSeeing Ear Theater- The Lucky Strike
Based on the novelette by Kim Stanley Robinson; Adapted by Fiona Avery; Performed by a full cast
2 MP3 Files – Approx. 73 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theater
Published:
Was dropping the atomic bomb on the civilian population of Hiroshima the right thing to do back in 1945? Was there a middle path between the A-bomb and invasion? In this gripping alternate history, the Enola Gay isn’t the plane that drops the bomb. Instead it’s the Lucky Strike, as Timothy Hutton plays the pilot of the plane, a man with a burning question on his conscience.
Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Sound Design by John Colucci
Cast:
Timothy Hutton as Frank January
Jonathan Davis as Cpt. McDonald
Richard Ferrone as Dr. Forest
Michael Hannon as Cpt. Shepard
Hank Jacobs as Cpt. Jim Fitch
Peter Francis James as Father Getty
Tuck Milligan as Colonel Scholes
Scott J. Rayow as Colonel Dray
Abigail Rose Revasch as Audrey
Ross Stoner as Lieut. Matthews
Mather Zickel as Haddock
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - A Good Knight's WorkSeeing Ear Theater – A Good Knights Work
Based on the short story by Robert Bloch; Adapted by George Zarr; Performed by a full cast
2 Broadcasts – Approx. 44 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theater
Published:
A Connecticut yankee serving King Arthur’s court? Tony Danza helps a time-traveling Arthurian knight fulfill his quest, but gets himself in a great deal of trouble with the modern day police as a result in this comic gem from the pen of Robert Bloch, author of Psycho and many other horror and fantasy classics.
Crew:
Produced and Directed by George Zarr
Sound Design by John Colucci
“Old McDonald, You Can Keep Your Farm” Words and Music by George Zarr
Guitar by John Colucci
Cast:
Tony Danza as Butch
Simon Jones as Pallagyn
Sam Coppola as Thin Tommy Malloon
Todd Cummings as Bertram and Sergeant
Andrew Joffe as Roscoe and Door Guard
J.R. Horne as the Wealthy Man
Glenn Zarr as Jefferson
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - The Jaguar HunterSeeing Ear Theater – The Jaguar Hunter
2 MP3 Files – Approx. 65 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theater
Published:
In this lush and seductive drama from award-winning writer Lucius Shepard, Lou Diamond Phillips (star of film and Broadway) plays Esteban Caax, a poor Honduran hunter coerced into tracking the forbidden ‘Black Jaguar of Barrio Carolina.’ Esteban stalks the cat using the method of his ancestors — only to have the jaguar mysteriously transform into a seductive Mayan woman (played by Tony-winner Chita Rivera). The hunter and hunted are soon intertwined in a seductive dance which forces them to tread a dangerous path between everyday reality and a world of ancient Mayan mystery that, in the end, might easily lead to Esteban’s death.
Cast:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Original Music Composed and Conducted by Ohad Talmor
Sound Design by John Colucci
Crew:
Lou Diamond Phillips as Esteban Caax
Chita Rivera as Miranda
Al Espinosa as Juan
Ramon de Ocampo as Eduardo/Raimundo
Denise Casano as Customer/Widow
Rafael Ferrer as Onofrio/Grandfather
John LaGioia as Father
Sara Ramirez as Encarnacion
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - FirewatchSeeing Ear Theater – Firewatch
Based on the story by Connie Willis; Adapted by by Tony Daniel; Performed by a full cast
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theater
Published: 2000
Young Bartholomew (played by the star of Broadway’s “The Green Bird,” Sebastian Roché) is a graduate student in history from a future Oxford who is assigned to join and study the famous Fire Watch Brigade-the volunteer corps whose brave members kept St. Paul’s Cathedral from being burned to the ground by Nazi incendiaries. In the course of his stay Bartholomew falls in love—and falls under suspicion of being a Nazi spy. He discovers that history is not only very much alive-it may well be set on killing one ill-prepared graduate student in particular.
Crew:
Produced and Directed by George Zarr
Sound Design by John Colucci
Vocalists, Paul Amadeo and Cheri Leone
Guitars, John Colucci and Robert Legault
Original lyrics by Tony Daniel
Original music by George Zarr
Cast:
Sebastian Roché as Bartholomew
Rika Daniel as Frieda
Ian Reed as Langby
George Holmes as Dunworthy
Rita Ben-Or
Anthony Ferguson
Nicholas Haylett
Gideon Juvenal
Ron Keith
Giovanni Pucci
John Rainer
Dieter Riesele
Vicki Stuart
Felix Van Dyke
Nicky as the Cat
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - FacadeSeeing Ear Theater – Facade
By Amanda Hopkins; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 32 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theater
Published:
To be young, and rich, and dead-what could be better? Madison Avenue advertising executives snort the ashes of their dead boss as a means of both getting high and developing ideas for their devastatingly effective campaigns. But who is using whom? How can you win in a battle to the death when your adversary has already been there and back?
Crew:
Produced and Directed by Tony Daniel and Laurissa M. James
Sound Design by John Colucci
Original Music written and performed by Matty Karas and Cheri Leone
Cast:
Anne Bobby as Melania
Craig McNulty as Levin
Jon Adams as Delton
Lisa Nicoll as Amy
Marchand Odette as Hailey
Martin Carey as David

SEEING EAR THEATRE - Sleepy Hollow: The LegendSeeing Ear Theater – Sleepy Hollow: The Legend
Based on a short story by Washington Irving; Adapted by George Zarr; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 20 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theater
Published: 1997
A musical retelling of the classic Washington Irving story… Set in early 19th century Tarrytown, New York, the story centers on Ichabod Crane, and itinerant schoolmaster whose spindly outward appearance bears a striking resemblance to his last name… On a chilly October evening in 1997, Seeing Ear Theatre presented its first edition of live Halloween audio drama, performed before an audience from the stage of the Museum of Television and Radio in Manhattan. It was broadcast as it happened on coast-to-coast radio and international webcast. Adapted from the story The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow.
Crew:
Directed by George Zarr
Cast:
P. J. Sosko as Hendrick
Paul Amadeo as Hans and Messenger
Paul Singleton as Ichabod Crane
David Grunner as Kid 1
Laura Sheridan as Kid 2
Timmy Rifesnider as Kid 3
Rebecca Nice as Mrs. O’Brien and Neighbor
Alissa Hunnicutt as Katrina Van Tassel and James
Andrew Joffe as Baltus Van Tassel
Jef Betz as Brom Bones
Cheryl Blake as Neighbor

SEEING EAR THEATRE - A Dry Quiet WarSeeing Ear Theater – A Dry Quiet War
By Tony Daniel; Performed by a full cast
2 MP3 Files – Approx. [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 2000
A weary warrior from the Big War at the End of Time returns home to his rightful place in the past. His only desires–rest for his battle-torn mind, and the chance to rekindle the love that he thought he’d lost forever. But “glims”—violent killers that our warrior helped to create—are not far behind. These outlaws from the far future are determined to wreak a twisted revenge on the universe that has rejected them, and upon one weary warrior in particular.
Crew:
Produced and Directed by George Zarr
Sound Design by John Colucci
“There Was a Lass From Veller’s Reef” – Lyrics by Tony Daniel, Music by George Zarr
Cast:
Wilbur Fitzgerald as Henry Bone
Sheila Head as Bex Thredmartin
Tuck Milligan as Marek
Fran Rizzo as 2X2L
Mort Banks as Peter Thredmartin
Andrew Joffe as Father Wu
Jane Gennaro as Garnoth the Halandana
Ed Lane as Rall Mfutu and Adjutant
Karen Braga as Proximity
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - Diary Of A Mad DietySeeing Ear Theater – Diary Of A Mad Diety
2 MP3 Files – Approx. 45 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published:
What if God were one of us? What if, in fact, God was some hack writer from Queens going by the name of Gunther Black? And say God was having a little problem with multiple personalities and schizophrenia. Say God was losing his frigging mind! With manic abandon and stylish elan, Stanley Tucci, star of such films as Big Night and the up-coming Joe Gould’s Secret, brings you…God. But this is God with a bit of problem. God with His consciousness split into thousands of personas, into dozens of nations.
Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Associate Producer, Laurissa James
Original Music Composed and Performed by Jeff Van Nostrand
Sound Design by John Colucci
Cast:
Stanley Tucci as Gunther Black
Tim Jerome as Dr. Prendergorst
Jackie Angelscu
Joey Diconcetto
Derek Dooley
Joseph Grasso
Michele Santopietro
Larc Spies
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - Child's PlaySeeing Ear Theater – Child’s Play
Based on the short story by William Tenn; Adapted by Andrew Joffe; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 36 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Things couldn’t possibly get worse for Sam Weber, the world’s biggest loser. He’s behind on his rent. His girl is falling for another man. And, oh yeah, the worst thing of all. Sam is a lawyer. It seems Sam’s luck has finally changed when the time lines get crossed and he accidentally receives a mysterious package delivered from the future. Sam sets about improving his life–by creating life itself. Even for such a loser as Sam, it’s child’s play when you have a “Bild-A-Man Kit” from 2523 A.D. Oh, Sam is a loser, all right. But now he’s a loser with a powerful chemistry set from over 500 years in the future!
Crew:
Produced and Directed by George Zarr
Sound Design by John Colucci
Cast:
Jim Brachitta as Sam Weber
Bruce Altman as Lew Knight
Mort Banks as Census Keeper and Courier
Joan Copeland as Mrs. Lipanti
Jerry Mayer as Bild-A-Man Instructor and Judge
Cyd Quilling as Tina Hill

SEEING EAR THEATRE - In The Shade Of The Slowboat ManSeeing Ear Theater – The Shade Of The Slowboat Man
Based on the short story by Dean Wesley Smith; Adapted by Kristine Kathryn Rusch; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 34 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published:
She cannot allow herself to love him. Yet she loves him so. She is a vampire. She knows better than to fall in love. But he is her “slowboat man,” and he has transported her to reaches beyond both the living and the undead. She cannot allow herself to love him. Yet she loves him so. Can even the heart of a vampire be broken?
Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Associate Producer, Laurissa James
Sound Design by John Colucci
Cast:
Annabella Sciorra as the Vampire
Richard Edward Long as John Morgan
Christopher Burns
Alissa Hunnicutt
Andrew Joffe
John Kolvenbach
Christine Lavren

SEEING EAR THEATRE - Greedy Choke PuppySeeing Ear Theater – Greedy Choke Puppy
Based on the story by Nalo Hopkinson; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 37 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theater
Published: March 10, 1998
Some in Trinidad say the soucouyant is an old woman–a crone who takes the form of a fireball at night and steals the breath of children to add more years to her unnatural life. But these are all foolish folk tales left over from a simpler time, right? So says young Jacky, who is writing her dissertation on such fairy tales at the local university. And just because Jacky’s grandmother believes in such things, that doesn’t make them real, does it?
Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Original Music Composed and Performed by Jeff Van Nostrand
Sound Design by John Colucci
Foley SFX created by Sue Zizza and Alex Oliszewski
Cast:
Brenda Denmark as Soucouyant & Narrator
Venida A. Evans as Granny
Jasha Godschilde as Terry
Jacqueline Gregg as Carmen
Melanie Nicholls-King as Jackie

SEEING EAR THEATRE - The NostalgianautsSeeing Ear Theater – The Nostalgianauts
Based on the short story by S.N. Dyer; Adapted by George Zarr; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 29 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 2000
Crew:
Original audioplay written by George Zarr
Based on the short story by S.N. Dyer
Produced and Directed by George Zarr
Starring:
Kate Simses as The Girl
Beng Spies as Gar
Also featuring:
Larc Spies
as Jock 1 and Class President
Derek Dooley
as Jock 2 and Jean-Luc
Jane Gennaro
as Mom and Mrs. Trout
Leah Applebaum
as Net-Girl and Phone Voice
Sound Design by
John Colucci
What would you do if you had the ability to travel twenty-five years into the past? Visit relatives or friends from a quarter of a century ago? Maybe try and alert your younger self to what the future holds? Now look at it from the other end. What would your younger self think about being visited by an older version of yourself?
Crew:
Produced and Directed by George Zarr
Sound Design by John Colucci
Cast:
Kate Simses as The Girl
Beng Spies as Gar
Larc Spies as Jock 1 and Class President
Derek Dooley as Jock 2 and Jean-Luc
Jane Gennaro as Mom and Mrs. Trout
Leah Applebaum as Net-Girl and Phone Voice

SEEING EAR THEATRE - KnockSeeing Ear Theater – Knock
Based on the short story by Fredric Brown; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 22 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre / Beyond 2000
Published: 2000?
“The last man on earth sat alone in a room. There was a knock at the door…” The horror of, of course, doesn’t lie in the story but in the ellipses — the implication of *what* knocked at the door? The tale “Knock” opens with those two sentences, then spins a narrative that details a handful of surviving humans imprisoned in a zoo-like environment. They are under study by Zan, an alien race preparing to colonize the Earth.
Cast:
Narrator, Ira Burton
Rene Auberjonois as Walter
Lorna Raver as Woman
George as himself
Crew:
Produced and Directed by Yuri Rasovsky
Recordist, Warren Dewey
Mixer, Jamie Cerniglia

SEEING EAR THEATRE - The Man Who Could Work MiraclesSeeing Ear Theater – The Man Who Could Work Miracles
Based on the short story by H.G. Wells; Suggested by a script by David Gold; Adapted by Andrew Joffe; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 29 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published:
An eccentric black comedy inspired by the H.G. Wells short story. To spark a revival of faith on earth, two angels grant a down-trodden human the power to work miracles. Bad idea. Their semi-altruistic spark unwittingly ignites the ultimate big bang.
Crew:
Produced and Directed by George Zarr
Sound Design by John Colucci
Cast:
Marc Fine as Ozzie
Rich Jones as Mike
Todd Cummings as George Spellman
Jane Gennaro as Evelyn
Tony Hoty as Pete, Cabbie, and a Light Sleeper

SEEING EAR THEATRE - The Propagation Of Light In A VacuumSeeing Ear Theatre – The Propagation of Light in a Vacuum
By James Patrick Kelly – Performed by a full cast
2 MP3 Files – 47 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theater
Published:
Seeing Ear Theatre takes you to an strange and illogical place, where our laws of nature have been repealed. In this “unreality,” near is very far away, time ticks at random — from yesterday to tomorrow to today — and imagination is the key to survival. Where did everyone go? When our hero awakes after his starship breaks reality’s speed limit, his fellow crew members have mysteriously vanished. All alone on a ship he barely understands, he stares into the depths of madness but manages to look away — with the help of his imaginary wife. Together they are haunted by the secret of the runaway starship. Dedicated to Blair Hundertmark
Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Sound Design by John Colucci
Cast:
Paul Giamatti as The Spaceman
Alissa Hunnicutt as The Imaginary Wife
Christine Lavren as Varina & Computer Voice
George Zarr as Old Man
Jef Betz as Young Man
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - Breakaway BackdownSeeing Ear Theatre – Breakaway, Backdown
By James Patrick Kelly; Performed by a Full Cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 36 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theater
It’s the future, and living in space is no laughing matter. It’s hard work, and hazardous to your health, cutting life expectancy by 40 to 50 years. What kind of person would give up 40 to 50 years for the adventure of breaking away from Earth? Not Cleo. She tried desperately to break away, to start a new life in space, but failed. She backed down.
Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Foley SFX created by Sue Zizza and David Shinn
Sound Design by John Colucci
Cast:
Jacqueline Cuscuna as Cleo
Tara Sands as Jane
Lynette Sheldon as Elena
Christopher Burns as Pocket Jesus
Alissa Hunnicutt as Lucy
George Zarr as Computer

SEEING EAR THEATRE - Emily 501Seeing Ear Theatre – Emily 501
By Tamara Hladik; Performed by a full cast
2 MP3 Files – Approx. 41 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Publisher:
Sitaine Nuluhaya is an exo-archeologist and a linguist, sent on a mission in the Cygnus system to explore the ruins of an extinct culture. As a scholar of languages, she is delighted to discover an unknown, alien language, but this ancient tongue might not be as dead as she thinks…
Crew:
Produced and Directed by George Zarr
Musical echoes performed by Bobby, Hunnicutt, and Nice
Sound Design by John Colucci
Cast:
Anne Bobby as Sitaine Nuluhaya
Alissa Hunnicutt as Computer
Rebecca Nice as Poetry Reader
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - Marilyn Or The MonsterSeeing Ear Theatre – Marilyn Or The Monster
Based on a short story by Jack Dann; Adapted by Jack Dann and Brian Smith; Performed by a full cast
2 MP3 Files – Approx. 45 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published:
Jack is haunted. He can’t sleep at night, terrified of an unseen monster; in fact, he hasn’t had a decent night’s sleep in over 30 years… since before he was in Vietnam. His psychiatrist believes he suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. But for Jack, the real problem lies much deeper– and holds a far greater truth than he could possibly imagine… Based on the short story “Marilyn” by Jack Dann.
Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Sound Design by John Colucci
Cast:
John Heard as Jack
Thom Christopher as the Psychiatrist
Michele Santopietro as Marilyn
Christopher Burns as Soldier #1
Jim Carroll as Soldier #2
Tucker Smith as the Sergeant
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - Sorry Wrong NumberSeeing Ear Theatre – Sorry, Wrong Number
By Lucille Fletcher; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 25 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1999
Lucille Fletcher’s “Sorry, Wrong Number” originally appeared as an installment of the dramatic series Suspense and was named the greatest show of all time by Orson Welles. In Fletcher’s tense and claustraphobic tale, the bedridden Mrs. Stevenson mistakenly plugs into a telelphone conversation between two men plotting an innocent woman’s murder. The play unfolds from Mrs. Stevenson’s trapped persective, on the bed, alone–the telephone line her only connection to the outside world.
Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Associate Producer, George Zarr
Live Foley SFX, Sue Zizza and David Shinn
Pre-mixed SFX and Tape Ops, John Colucci
Sound Engineers, Jane Pipik and Miles Smith
Original Music composed and performed by Ohad Talmor
Program announcer, George Zarr
Cast:
Claire Bloom as Mrs. Leona Stevenson
Anne Bobby as Chief Operator & Hospital Clerk
Todd Cummings as Sergeant Duffy & Western Union
Rebecca Nice as Operator
Dick Rodstein as George
George Zarr as First Man & Information

SEEING EAR THEATRESeeing Ear Theatre – Jumping Niagara Falls
By Brian Smith and George Zarr; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 40 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998
Seeing Ear Theatre proudly presents the world premiere of “Jumping Niagara Falls,” an all-new sequel to Lucille Fletcher’s classic, “Sorry, Wrong Number.” “Jumping Niagara Falls” follows the fatal path of murderous husband Elbert Stevenson and his new (and much younger) girlfriend, Phoebe, as they embark on their first vacation together, to Niagara Falls. Also along for the trip: the implacable, revenge-bent spirit of Mrs. Stevenson. Recorded LIVE at the Museum of Television and Radio in New York City.
Written by Brian Smith and George Zarr
Cast:
Claire Bloom
Tim Jerome
Anne Bobby
Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Associate Producer, George Zarr
Live Foley SFX, Sue Zizza and David Shinn
Pre-mixed SFX and Tape Ops, John Colucci
Sound Engineers, Jane Pipik and Miles Smith
Original Music composed and performed by Ohad Talmor
Program announcer, George Zarr






SEEING EAR THEATRE - Feel The ZazSeeing Ear Theatre – Feel The Zaz
By James Patrick Kelly – Performed by a Full Cast
2 MP3 Files – Approx. 65 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theater
Published: ????
Play croquet with Muhammad Ali, bake cookies with Gertrude Stein, or take John Wayne’s philosophy course. That’s the allure of Starscape, the interactive VR celebrity Web site, where you can visit with your favorite stars of the 20th century. Live the glamour. Become the legend. Unfortunately for Dylan McDonough, artistic director of the site, the year is 2037, which means that most of the people on the net could care less about old, dead celebrities. Starscape is reeling. Their zaz is way down. Until the arrival of Vanity Mode, superstar wannabe. Vanity is an odd egg, a Down Syndrome patient with a Computer Aided Thinking implant, and a voice and attitude like liquid sex. This is her story.
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|



SEEING EAR THEATRE - Murder MysteriesSeeing Ear Theatre – Murder Mysteries
Based on the story by Neil Gaiman; Performed by a full cast
2 MP3 Files – Approx. [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Sci-Fi.com / SeeingEarTheatre
Published: 2000?
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In this mystery noir set in heaven’s City of Angels before the fall, the first crime has been committed. It is an awful one. While the angelic hosts labor to create the world and its workings, one of their number is mysteriously slain by one of their own. Raguel, Angel of Vengeance, is mandated by Lucifer to discover both motive and murderer in this holy dominion that had so recently known no sin.
Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Sound Design by John Colucci
Cast:
Brian Dennehy as Raguel
Anne Bobby as Tink’s Friend
Christopher Burns as Saraquael
Thom Christopher as Lucifer
Ed Dennehy as Zephkiel
Michael Emerson as Narrator
Traci Godfrey as Tinkerbell Richmond
Evan Pappas as Phanuel
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - Meet The NeighborSeeing Ear Theatre – Meet The Neighbor
By George Zarr; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 13 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: ????
Fasten your ears, you are about to enter a dialogue-free zone. Seeing Ear Theatre once more takes you to a dimension where, in lieu of words, a world of sound effects, grunts, and breathing paint a remarkably vivid narrative. In this auditory environment, you will join an astronaut on his solitary mission to an uninhabited planet. Or is it? What he encounters, and learns, transcends all conventional wisdom. And aside from brief snatches of Earth transmission, no one speaks — leaving you free to connect the aural dots with your own imagination.






SEEING EAR THEATRE - Orson The AlienSeeing Ear Theatre – Orson The Alien! The Untold Story Behind The War Of The Worlds
Loosely adapted from the novel by H.G. Wells and a play by Orson Welles; Adapted by Terry Bisson, Brian Smith and George Zarr; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 1 Hour 3 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998?
starring Walter Koenig On October 30th, 1938 Orson Welles shocked the world with his faux “news” broadcast of an Alien invasion from mars; thousands of people believed the reports and streamed into the streets, panicked and screaming for their lives. Now, 60 years later, Seeing Ear Theatre asks the question, “What if two real aliens were listening to Welles’ historic broadcast? And what if they, too, believed the reports to be authentic and felt obliged to travel to Earth to help save us from the dreaded Martians? What then, Orson? Walter Koenig (Star Trek’s Chekov, Babylon 5’s Bester) stars as one such alien, a Commander on a seemingly routine peace-keeping tour of deep space, routine that is until his young Cadet (Paul Singleton) surfs the space dial and finds “news” of Grovers Mill, New Jersey, and heat rays and charred bodies. S.E.T. regulars Jef Betz, Rebecca Nice, and George Zarr star as Bud, Rosie, and Lester, three out of luck Brooklynites with nothing much to lose, including their hapless lives. And Dick Rodstein makes his Seeing Ear Theatre debut as the boy wonder himself, Orson Welles.
Cast:
Dick Rodstein as Orson
Walter Koenig as Commander
Paul Singleton as Cadet
Jef Betz as Bud
George Zarr as Lester
Rebecca Nice as Rosie
Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Associate Producer – George Zarr
Live Foley SFX – Sue Zizza and David Shinn
Pre-mixed SFX and Tape Ops – John Colucci
Sound Engineers – Jane Pipik and Miles Smith
Original Music composed and performed by
John Colucci and George Zarr
Program announcer – George Zarr

SEEING EAR THEATRE - The WheelSeeing Ear Theatre – The Wheel
By Jeff Kraus and Sue Zizza; Performed by a full cast
2 MP3 Files – Approx. 51 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: May 17, 1998
In this post-apocalyptic fable, Owen and Topsie cross the near-endless Desert of Glass, staying one step ahead of the radio-active glowwinds, in search of their origins, their childhood home–and a tape machine that will let them hear the one artifact their late father left behind, a voice recording of who they are and how they came to be…
Cast:
Roxann Dawson
Andrew Robinson
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|




SEEING EAR THEATRE - Daughter EarthSeeing Ear Theatre – Daughter Earth
Based on the story by James Morrow; Performed by a full cast
2 MP3 Files – Approx. 36 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998
Speaking before a Senate subcommittee, Pennsylvania farmer Ben Garber recounts the strange year in which he and his wife brought into the world a very unusual child. Little “Zenobia” (as she comes to be called) is a bouncing baby biosphere, loved by her parents, despised by her older brother and covetted by men of power and authority. But what does Zenobia want, and what does her presence mean for the future of mankind? Science and nature clash in this touchingly humorous fable of family, responsibility and all our hopes for a better tomorrow. James Morrow has been called “America’s best satirist” by science fiction critic James Gunn. Here he has adapted his own award-winning short story exclusively for Seeing Ear Theatre. Fans of Morrow can hear an excerpt of his novel Blameless in Abaddon in our Readings area. Daughter Earth can be found in his short story collection Bible Stories For Adults.
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - Other WorldsSeeing Ear Theatre – Other Worlds
By Charles Potter; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 29 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998?
The astonishing account by the swashbuckling hero Cyrano de Bergerac, playwright, inventor and the greatest of all the King’s musketeers in 17th century France. This 30 minute audio adventure takes our hero to the Moon — via the French-Canadian frontier — for encounters with a threatened race of extraterrestrials and a couple of Earthborn saints. Then it’s on to the Sun for more surprise encounters before our wanderer touches down on terra firma again… but we won’t tell you where. You have to be there, or be square!






SEEING EAR THEATRE - Time's Arrow Time's SpiralSeeing Ear Theatre – Time’s Arrow Time’s Spiral
By George Zarr; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 30 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: Written December 1998
A furious confrontation between two brothers mutates into a non-stop duel of vengeance. As their orbit of homicidal retribution widens, it bursts from the dawn of time and spills into history, embroiling ancient Roman soldiers, sea-journeying Puritans, lawmen of the Old West, and two American Presidents. Who wins and who loses as the fraternal cycle of birth, retaliation, and death erupts into the remote future? Originally titled Til Next Time
*The hymn “being righteous in all need savior mighty in thee heed” (first line is a reference to “Brian Smith.”)
Cast: Paul Amodeo, Jef Betz, Leah Applebaum, Mort Banks, Andrew Joffe, and Rebecca Nice
Sound Design by John Colucci
Directed by George Zarr; Produced by George Zarr and Brian Smith








SEEING EAR THEATRE - Alice In WonderlandSeeing Ear Theatre – Alice In Wonderland
Based on the story by Lewis Carroll; Adapted by Charles Potter; Performed by a full cast
2 MP3 Files – Approx. 55 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998?
Seeing Ear Theatre’s Original and faithful production features film star Lili Taylor (I Shot Andy Warhol, The Imposters) as Alice and Simon Jones (The Hitch-Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy) as the White Rabbit. In an effort to bring a new look to the timeless classic, artist Elaina Ganim has incorporated John Tenniel’s original “Alice” illustrations into an exciting new series of mixed-media set designs, while Rachel Gibbs has set them in motion using RealPlayer’s G2 technology.
Crew:
Directed by Charles Potter and Brian Smith
Sound Design by David Rapkin
Foley Sound Effects by Arthur Miller
Set Design by Elaina Ganim
G2 Presentation by Rachel Gibbs
Starring:
Lili Taylor as Alice
Rebecca Nice as The Queen of Hearts
Alissa Hunnicutt as The Duchess & Doormouse
Dick Rodstein as Mad Hatter
Chris Phillips as March Hare
George Zarr as Gryphon & Knave
Merwin Goldsmith as Cheshire Cat
Tim Jerome as French Mouse & Mock-Turtle
Bill Raymond as Caterpillar & The King
Simon Jones as Charles Dodgson & White Rabbit
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - The Flat Edge Of The EarthSeeing Ear Theatre – The Flat Edge Of The Earth
By Brian Smith and Terry Bisson; Performed by a full cast
2 MP3 Files – Approx. 70 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: ????
In this haunting tale of magical realism, two strangers, a blind woman (Nana Visitor) and a steely businessman (Alexander Siddig) meet on an ill-fated airplane ride, en route to the sunny beaches of the Caribbean. And though they get off to a bitter and bickering start, with nothing in common, they soon find that there is something more, something strange but familiar between them, unspoken. And when the plane crashes on an uncharted island they find themselves the sole survivors–and like Dante in “Inferno” they realize that they too have come to the middle of their lives, lost and alone, “trapped in a dark and mysterious wood, with the straight way lost.”
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|




SEEING EAR THEATRE - The Country DoctorSeeing Ear Theatre – The Country Doctor
Based on a short story by Franz Kafka; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 13 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1997
Mark Hamill stars in an illustrated dream-narrative about a country doctor called out on a dark and blizzard-filled night… called out, and into the unknown… called out, and swept up into the spiraling fury and forward rush of–what?
Cast:
Mark Hamill








SEEING EAR THEATRE - The First And Last Musical On MarsSeeing Ear Theatre – The First And Last Musical On Mars
By George Zarr; Performed by a full cast
3 MP3 files – Approx. 85 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998?
The First Internet Musical Features 14 Original Songs, 15 Singers, 7 Musicians And The One And Only Mary Jo Pehl from Mystery Science Theater 3000! The fully orchestrated production features strings, drums, horns and piano performing all styles of music from rock, pop, and blues to contemporary musical theater. Mary Jo Pehl performs in a cameo role, singing a stirring country western ballad which is sure to become a classic. The musical was written, composed and directed by George Zarr.
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3| Part 3 |MP3|






SEEING EAR THEATRE - George And The Red GiantSeeing Ear Theatre – George And The Red Giant
Adapted from a story by Stephen Baxter; Adapted by Eric Brown; Performed by a full cast
2 MP3 Files – Approx. [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998?
On Babylon 5, Londo (Peter Jurasik) and G’Kar (Andreas Katsulas) have forged an uncomfortable alliance in order to maintain a tenuous galactic peace. In “George and the Red Giant,” Katsulas and Jurasik are once again forced into an unlikely partnership, this time as two New Yorkers from the 1990s who are trying to escape an alien world millions of years in the future. Further adding to their troubles, the two men have somehow been transformed into flying lemurs.
Based on the short story George and the Comet by Stephen Baxter.
Crew:
Additional Dialogue by Sean Redlitz and Brian Smith
Directed by Brian Smith
Sound Design by John Colucci
Starring:
John Colucci as the Baseball Announcer
Peter Jurasik as Phil Beard
Andreas Katsulas as George Newbould
Rebecca Nice as Carrie Beard
George Zarr as the Builder and Medic
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRE - The Bigger OneSeeing Ear Theatre – The Bigger One
By Gregory Benford; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 8 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998?
The Big One–an 8.1 Richter scale earthquake– has struck Southern California. The Pacific Ocean has broken through new openings in the San Andreas Fault. A tidal wave has buried low-lying Mexicali and is continuing to rush inland… as Pamela Merkle, a news reporter, and Doug Aron, her driver, push 100MPH, dodging traffic in an attempt to stay on top of the ”story” AND outrun the massive wall of water behind them…
Starring:
Jef Betz as Doug Aron
John D’Arcangelo as the First Man
Andrew Joffe as the Announcer
Rebecca Nice as the Woman
Raquel Starace as Pamela Merkle
George Zarr as Herb Walker
Crew:
Sound Design by John Colucci

SEEING EAR THEATRE - Too Late An Experiment In SoundSeeing Ear Theatre – Too Late An Experiment In Sound
By Brian Smith, George Zarr, and Rick Bradley; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 10 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998?
Sounds paint pictures, often times better than words or photographs; they evoke something different in each of us… This week, we present an experiment in sound, a narrative composed solely of sound effects, grunts, groans, sighs, yawns, and screams… We invite you to write in with your own thoughts, your own version of the events that you hear… Let your imagination loose, let it go… and write!








SEEING EAR THEATRE - The Signal ManSeeing Ear Theatre – The Signal Man
Based on the short story by Charles Dickens; Adapted by George Zarr; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 29 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998?
It is 1860. A female reporter is drawn into the haunted, frenzied hallucinations of a railroad signal-man. Are the terrors he experiences a form of insanity — or a frightening shade of reality? Are his blood-curdling nightmares simply coincidence — or omens of horror to come?
Starring:
Leah Applebaum as the Reporter
Guy West as the Signal-Man
Paul Amadeo as Eddie, a railroad worker
Joe Curt as Tom, an engineer
Rebecca Nice as Millie
Crew:
Directed by George Zarr
Original Score by George Zarr
Audio Engineering by John Colucci
Audio Mixing/Sound Design by Sue Zizza

SEEING EAR THEATRE - A Clean EscapeSeeing Ear Theatre – A Clean Escape
Based on the short story by John Kessel; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 29 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998
In the privacy of her office, a psychiatrist torments a man suffering from a faulty memory. Or does she? When treatment becomes a struggle for power, who can separate reality from illusion, lies from truth, sanity from insanity, guilt from innocence? And what is at stake in the world outside the room? Spend a session with Robert Lynch and Dr. D. S. Evans in John Kessel’s mind-bending dance of reality, fantasy, and psychological horror, A CLEAN ESCAPE. John Kessel’s latest novel, CORRUPTING DR. NICE, has been praised by writer Kim Stanley Robinson as “the best time travel novel ever written.” Kessel’s recent collection THE PURE PRODUCT contains the story version of “A Clean Escape,” plus the novelette “The Miracle of Ivar Avenue,” a finalist for this year’s Nebula Award.
Crew:
Directed by Brian Smith
Sound Design by Rick Bradley
Foley Sound Effects by Sue Zizza and David Shinn
Starring:
Paul Amodeo as Robert Lynch
Rebecca Nice as Dr. D.S. Evans

SEEING EAR THEATRESeeing Ear Theatre – Herd Mentality
By Kurt Roth; Performed by a full cast
2 MP3 Files – Approx. [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998
The cast of the hit Sci-Fi Channel TV series, Mystery Science Theater 3000, stars in this original audio comedy by newcomer Kurt Roth. Roth’s short stories have appeared internationally in magazines and anthologies such as Odyssey and The Chronicles of the Round Table. In “Herd Mentality,” he and the MSTies take an absurd comic turn into the old west–back to Roswell, New Mexico, circa 1872, for a look at the “first” Roswell Incident.
Starring:
Kevin Murphy as Luke Logan
Mike Nelson as Tom Garrett, Feldar the Alien, and Hank Harker
Paul Chaplin as Pat Garrett and Vokon the Alien
Mary Jo Pehl as Ma Garrett, Zargon the Alien, and Bessi the Cow
Barbara Halas as Sam Ballinger, Moon the Horse, and Dying Cows
Jef Betz as Cal Harker and Dalton
Crew:
Directed by Brian Smith
Sound Design by John Colucci
Foley Sound Effects by: Sue Zizza and David Shinn
Original Music composed by George Zarr
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|

SEEING EAR THEATRESeeing Ear Theatre – The Death Of Captain Future
Based on the short story by by Allen Steele; Adapted by Brian Smith; Performed by a full cast
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre / Dove Audio
Published: November 1998
ISBN: 0787118133
Marina Sirtis (Counselor Troi on Star Trek) and Neil Dickson (Prof. Ian Matheson on She-Wolf Of London) star in this original production of Allen Steele’s Hugo-Award winning novella of the same name. Allen Steele has written numerous short stories including the recent “…Where Angels Fear to Tread,” nominated for a Nebula Award this year. In this comic and bitter piece, he takes us for a tragic trip aboard the Comet, commanded by Bo McKinnon, an obese slob who’s convinced that he’s the 1940’s pulp SF hero, Captain Future!
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|




SEEING EAR THEATRESeeing Ear Theatre – Think Like a Dinosaur
By James Patrick Kelly; Performed by a Full Cast
2 MP3 Files – Approx. 49 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theater
Published: ????
Michael O’Hare (Commander Sinclair on Babylon 5) stars in this original dramatization of the Hugo Award winning novelette of the same name, by author James Patrick Kelly. Many of Kelly’s short stories, including this one, have appeared in The Year’s Best Science Fiction. This haunting tale of deep space travel and fractured identities is Kelly’s and Michael O’Hare’s first venture into the medium of audio dramas…
Part 1 |MP3| Part 2 |MP3|






SEEING EAR THEATRESeeing Ear Theatre – Wanted In Surgery
Based on the novella by Harlan Ellison; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 23 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998?
Wanted in Surgery” is based on the novella of the same name by Harlan Ellison; it was originally produced for South African radio in the 1950’s but Harlan Ellison and Brian Smith have revised and updated the story for a 90’s audience. Harlan Ellison also performs the lead role in this disturbing, futuristic tale…








SEEING EAR THEATRESeeing Ear Theatre – The Oblivion Syndrome
1 |MP3| – Approx. 27 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Robert is, or was, a long-range government cartographer, used to long periods of isolation… but this is different. His ship is dead in space, with no hope of rescue, the food supply’s diminishing, life support’s failing, etc., etc.; the odd thing is, Robert doesn’t really care. He’s slipped beyond the edge of the sane world… leaving Victoria, the shipboard computer, alone in the fight to bring him back.
Cast:
Paul Singleton








SEEING EAR THEATRESeeing Ear Theatre – The Monkey’s Paw
Based on the story by W.W. Jacobs; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 24 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998?
Ever heard the irritating “Be careful what you wish for–?” Of course you have, but have you ever truly grasped its meaning or felt its bone-chilling power? You will, after spending a little time with the White family in W.W. Jacob’s “The Monkey’s Paw.”










SEEING EAR THEATRESeeing Ear Theatre – The Tell-Tale Heart
Based on the story by Edgar Allan Poe; Adapted by Brian Smith; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 16 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1997
Come into the dark and listen to the freakish thoughts and deeds of a madman (though he’ll tell you he’s not mad) as you scan the bizarre surface dialogue between him and his helpless victim, an old man–“with an evil eye!”
Cast:
James Urbaniak








SEEING EAR THEATRE - Tripping AstralTripping Astral
By Brian Smith?; Performed by a full cast
7 Zipped MP3 Files – Approx. 1 Hour 37 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1997
Provider: Archive.org
“An illustrated audio adventure, about Jack Torn, a research scientist on the moon, a possible–or probable?–alien invasion, and a stunning new invention that might just save the world, or end it… So kick back, but bring a bit of your mind, welcome to the theater of the imagination…
PLEASE NOTE: Tripping Astral was originally an illustrated audio production (with “synchronized, streaming pictures and animations”) they are not available at this time.

Episode 1 “Pilot” |MP3|
Episode 2 “Oh Holy Night” |MP3|
Episode 3 “Cavescapes” |MP3|
Episode 4 “Hello Again” |MP3|
Episode 5 “Wanting Wings” |MP3|
Episode 6 “The Fall” |MP3|
Episode 7 “Brooklyn Bridges” |MP3|




SEEING EAR THEATRE - Into The SunSeeing Ear Theatre – Into The Sun
By Brian Smith; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 20 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1997
Mark Hamill stars in this audio thriller about Julian Freed, a medical doctor on board a spaceship en route to the nearby, but still quite distant star, Wolf 389. Freed wakes from suspended sleep to find the crew gone, and the ship heading into a sun…One strange morning, after a night of fitful sleep, Dr Freed wakes to find the ship deserted, the crew gone; in shock, Freed searches the cabins, corridors and offices, but finds nothing… not a trace… He makes his way to the bridge, there’s no one there… but he discovers that the ship is on automatic pilot, and is heading straight into a nearby sun!
Crew:
Written & Produced by Phillip B. Smith
Sound Design by John Colucci
Illustration by Jeff Rigby
Cast:
Mark Hamill as Dr Julian Freed
Alissa Hunnicutt as the singing alarm clock and Marie
Leo Marks as Frank
James Urbaniak as the announcer and Tim


SEEING EAR THEATRE - They're Made Out Of MeatSeeing Ear Theatre – THREE ODD COMEDIES: They’re Made Out Of Meat, The Toxic Donut and Next
By Terry Bisson; Performed by a full cast
RealAudio – Approx. 6 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998?
A Hugo-winning SF dramatist takes you to the far side of the Universe, where humankind is but an unlikely rumor (“They’re Made out of Meat“)… to rehearsals for the ultimate environmental awards show (“The Toxic Donut” featuring film star Peter Coyote)… and to the City Hall of the near future where racism takes on a romantic new twist (“Next“)…
Starring:
Raquel Starace as Pompous Alien
George Zarr as Bewildered Alien
The Toxic Donut
Next
A young black couple in a Dystopian future aren’t allowed to marry because of an ozone emergency. Only interracial couples that produce interracial babies that could survive the scorching effects of today’s unprotected sun are permitted wedlock. Both are expected to do their patriotic duty.

SEEING EAR THEATRE - DerelictDerelict
By Matt Costello and F.Paul Wilson; Performed by a full cast
RealAudio – Playing time variable [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998?
A mining crew found it floating on the outer reaches of the asteroid belt. When they saw what it was, they called the marines. Now an exploration team has entered the floating hulk of a ship… abandoned, lifeless. Or so they think. But as soon as they enter the open hatch, its locks close behind them. Now they’re racing the clock to figure out what’s going on and how to get out alive. And they look to you for help. Because you’re on the outside, you’re their captain… They’ll all die inside this deserted ship if you don’t act fast. Three people entered this strange craft, this derelict. How many will get out? That’s up to you… Experimental, a “choose your own adventure” style audio drama.
Directed by:
Phillip B. Smith
Starring:
James Urbaniak as Lt. Carlos Ramirez
Steve Rattazzi as Sgt. Wynn Newell
Tricia Sullivan as Cpl. Robyn Hunter

SEEING EAR THEATRESeeing Ear Theatre – Come Hammering
By Brian Smith; Performed by a full cast
RealAudio – Approx. 23 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1997
A bone-chilling ghost story about a reclusive author, John Mcrae, living in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains who’s tortured by the demons and ghosts of his childhood, demons and ghosts that hold a terrible secret, come back to haunt him on Halloween night… John Mcrae wants to be left alone, wants some peace and quiet in order to complete the latest installment in his formulaic series of “Nikki Stone” detective stories, but the local kids are out, intent on trick or treating, and the dog’s barking, and the wind’s whistling–when the past becomes present, and John Mcrae struggles to hold on to his mind… Performed in front of a live audience at The Museum of TV and Radio in New York City on Halloween night, 1997.
Crew:
Directed by Brian Smith
Sound Design by John Colucci, Sue Zizza and Butch D’Ambrosio
Sound Engineering by Tom Curley
Starring:
Jef Betz as John Mcrae
Laura Sheridan as Nikki Mcrae
Barbara Halas as Miss Stein
Cheryl Blake
David Grunner
Rebecca Nice
Timmy Reifsnyder
Paul Singleton

Seeing Ear Theatre - Tales From The Crypt

Tales From The Crypt: Carrion Death
By James Patrick Kelly; Performed by a Full Cast
RealAudio – 41 Minutes 16 Seconds [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theater
Published: 2000
Former high school English teacher and current convict for armed robbery “Professor” Wall has a clear goal — never to return to the confines of the institutions (scholarly and otherwise) that have made his life a hell of banality and mediocrity. But sometimes a simple walk to a distinct destination isn’t so uncomplicated after all — especially when the path leads through mirages, deadly illusions, and a merciless desert wasteland of greed and desperation.

SEEING EAR THEATRE - J. Michael Straczynski's City Of Dreams

This series was intended to run 13 episodes. Only eight were completed. |TORRENT|

And so something new begins…

In the Spring of 1998 I recieved a phone call from Kathryn Drennan, author and wife of J. Michael Straczynski; she told me that Joe had heard Seeing Ear Theatre, and was a big fan of the art of radio drama, and if there were anything he could do to help support our cause, to let him know. Wow. Not only had I been a fan of Babylon 5, I credited Joe’s writing with helping to lay the groundwork for Seeing Ear Theatre‘s inception.

You see, long before I ever worked at SCI FI Channel, I read Joe’s expert book on scriptwriting, aptly titled The Complete Book Of Scriptwriting; in it is a 50 page chapter on writing radio drama. That chapter was an integral part of my own development as a radio writer, directer and producer. Without it, who knows where I’d be…?

On my next trip to Los Angeles I visited the Babylon 5 studio; Kathryn gave me a tour of the sets, and then I sat in Joe’s office and we talked radio drama. I had come to ask Joe if he’d be interested in writing something for Seeing Ear Theatre. He was, but we couldn’t quite hit upon the nature of it at first. We thought of doing a Babylon 5 spin-off series, but finally decided upon something completely new, designed specifically for the ear.

Joe had written for the 1980s revival of The Twilight Zone and had long wanted to launch a new anthology radio drama series in a similar spirit to Rod Serling’s TV classic. Joe would write all 13 half-hour episodes, with total creative freedom to go wherever he dreamed, and I would produce and direct them. Joe would also serve as the co-executive producer along with myself, helping to cast, schedule, etc. So here it is, J. Michael Straczynski’s CIty Of Dreams. A world of stories about madmen, dreamers, and fanatics, designed for the imagination, the theatre of the mind. Let us know what you think!

—Brian Smith, July 2000

Episode 1: The Damned Are Playing At Godzilla’s Tonight
By J. Michael Straczynski; Performed by a full cast

A racist club owner is haunted by an all-black band he would rather see dead than hear live.

“For our first story, I wanted something with teeth, something that took one of the more common supernatural tropes and used it in a way that dealt with contemporary themes. It has kind of a Lovecraftian feel, starting at the end, then finding out how we got here, and why. Where else can you get all that *and* a commentary on the state of the music industry?” -JMS

Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Original Music Composed and Performed by Jeff Nostrand
Sound Design by John Colucci
Executive Producers Brian Smith and J. Michael Straczynski
Cast:
Steve Buscemi as Mr. Beresford Mackey
Christopher Burns as Jimmy
Kevin Daniels as Derek B.
Beth Glover as Women
J.R. Horne as Franklin Chase
Ezra Knight as Quint
Kevin Conway as the Narrator Original Music Composed and Performed by Jeff Nostrand

By J. Michael Straczynski; Performed by a full cast

Also Featuring:

Christopher Burns as Jimmy
Kevin Daniels as Derek B.
Beth Glover as Women
J.R. Horne as Franklin Chase
Ezra Knight as Quint
Kevin Conway as the Narrator Original Music Composed and Performed by Jeff Nostrand

Sound Design by John Colucci

Executive Producers Brian Smith and J. Michael Straczynski

Episode 02: Rolling Thunder
By J. Michael Straczynski; Performed by a full cast
A father offers to give up anything to regain his lost child…and a certain Someone takes him up on it.

“We all make mistakes. Big ones, small ones, mistakes that change our lives forever. There’s our life before IT, and after IT, whatever your IT happens to be. This is the story of an IT: the loss of a child’s life, and what one person will endure in an attempt to correct that mistake. I wanted to ask one simple question: what is one person’s life really worth?” -JMS

Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Sound Design by John Colucci
Executive Producers Brian Smith and J. Michael Straczynski
Cast:
Andre Braugher as Martin Anders
Ashley Albert as Secretary
Ami Brabson as Jennifer Anders
Jacqueline Cuscuna as the Bank Clerk
Peter Francis James as Carlyle
Ramon de Ocampo as Gang Leader and Guy
Kevin Conway as the Stranger

Episode 3: The Friends of Jackie Clay
By J. Michael Straczynski; Performed by a full cast
Jackie Clay is the caretaker of a small cemetery in the City of Dreams who speaks to the dead and, when a crisis occurs, learns that he has friends he never knew he had.

“Having done two strong, serious, intense stories, I kinda wanted to write something a bit lighter, more redemptive, with a touch of humor. A guy who works at a cemetery and talks to the residents brings in response a logical question: do they talk back, and if so, what do they say? It’s a story about friends, polite behavior, and the anger of the dead.”-JMS

Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Sound Design by John Colucci
Executive Producers Brian Smith and J. Michael Straczynski
Cast:
Merwin Goldsmith as Jackie Clay
Jayce Bartock as Casey Geller
Mather Zickel as Randy
Chris Burns as Candle
Ross Stoner as Ajay
Ean Sheehy as Zack
Anne Bobby as Elizabeth Castay
Todd Cummings as Policeman and Hamilton Castay
Dick Rodstein as Civil War Soldier

Episode 4: The Tolling Of The Hour
By J. Michael Straczynski; Performed by a full cast
The clock shows no mercy. Neither does the board of directors or the CEO, who demands more than life can give, and finds himself on the business end of the clock he worships.

“We have become a society answerable to the tick of the clock, the Board of Directors, the CEO…with your average corporate employee daily crushed under the wheels of downsizing, working harder for less money so the stockholders get a ten percent per share boost. I felt there needed to be a cautionary tale about the inevitable result of grinding down people’s souls, because sooner or later, the universe downsizes those who downsize unto others.”-JMS

Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Sound Design by John Colucci
Executive Producers Brian Smith and J. Michael Straczynski
Associate Producer, Laurissa James
Assistant Director, Tony Daniel
Voice Editing by David Shinn
Cast:
Campbell Scott as Gregory Ferguson
Anne Bobby as Liz Alworthy
Christopher Burns as Intercom and Staffer #2
Todd Cummings as John the Bartender
Jane Gennaro as Secretary
Merwin Goldsmith as Chester Alworthy
Dick Rodstein as the Doctor
Mather Zickel as Staffer #1
Kevin Conway as the Narrator

Episode 5: Night Calls
By J. Michael Straczynski; Performed by a full cast
Something unusual is waiting for you in the intersection of a conversation between god and a man asked to build a *second* ark…what it will carry, and where it all goes, is not what you may be expecting.

“I told Brian that I wanted to divide CITY into three parts: 1-4 being fairly straightforward stories, and 5-8 being more experimental stories that play with the form of radio drama. Get everybody lulled into a false sense of security, and then start pulling the rug out. This is the first of the experimental episodes. Be sure to listen carefully, because not everything here is what it seems.”-JMS

Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Sound Design by John Colucci
Executive Producers Brian Smith and J. Michael Straczynski
Voice Editing by David Shinn
Associate Producer Laurissa James
Assistant Director Tony Daniel
Cast:
Tim Curry as Ben Joseph and God
Alissa Hunnicutt as Real Audio Voice
Dan Seckel as Mark
Ean Sheehy as John
Kevin Townley as Richie
Kevin Conway as the Narrator

Episode 6: MCSD 00121J
By J. Michael Straczynski; Performed by a full cast
From: Manasee County
Sheriff’s Department
Manasee County, New Jersey

The original audiotape of which this (enclosed) tape is a copy was found near the site of the Clarefield community residence 23 August 2000 by Sgt. Emile Jackson and the original copy was forwarded to the MCSD forensics lab for analysis. A second copy has been forwarded to the FBI Crime Lab in Roanoake VA for more detailed audio study.

In light of the recent tragic events of Clarefield, we appreciate any assistance your office and listeners can provide in establishing any of the identities of the persons recorded on this tape. Needless to say any information emerging from this investigation will be held in the strictest confidence. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any further questions.
Sincerely,

Captain J. J. Durham
Manasee County Sheriff’s Department

Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Sound Design by John Colucci
Executive Producers Brian Smith and J. Michael Straczynskii
Cast:
Henry Leyva as Mark
Ashley Albert as Waitress and Child
Guy Blumberg as Doc
Jim Carroll as Jacobson
Thom Christopher as Jeremiah
Alissa Hunnicutt as Child
Andrew Joffe as Frank
John Kolvenbach as Geoff
Tara Sands as Betsy and Child

Episode 07: Samuel Beckett, Your Ride Is Here
By J. Michael Straczynski; Performed by a full cast
Surrealism. Existentialism. Minimalism. Stream of Consciousness. Spaceships. What, you expected something ordinary in the City Of Dreams?

“When you experiment in audio, you can do only so many things with tricks. At some point you have to dive into the form of the narrative itself. So I wanted to try something that played with stream of consciousness, surrealism, minimalism and existentialism, but without losing some SF touchstones. Hence, this week’s episode. One long and very weird conversation. And no tricks.”-JMS

Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Sound Design by John Colucci
Executive Producers Brian Smith and J. Michael Straczynskii
Associate Producer Laurissa James
Assistant Director Tony Daniel
Cast:
John Turturro as Benjamin
Bill Irwin as Carlyle

Episode 08: The Alpha And Omega Of David Wells
By J. Michael Straczynski; Performed by a full cast
A man in search of the Truth undergoes a past-life regression that takes him further than anyone has ever gone before.
Crew:
Produced and Directed by Brian Smith
Associate Producer Laurissa James
Assistant Director Tony Daniel

“People with no tact, noting my sometimes intemperate nature, have tended to tell me, ‘Y’know, you REALLY should have a past-life regression sometime to see where all this anger is coming from.’ Which finally (after smiting them, that is) got me to thinking about what I would do in a story with this device…if there was a way to go FORWARD just as well as BACKWARD through various incarnations. When I figured that one out, The Alpha and Omega of David Wells kind of wrote itself.” -JMS

Cast:
Peter Gallagher as David Wells
Peter Francis James
Alice Barden
Jacqueline Cuscuna
Martin Carey
Tony Daniel
Laurissa James

Commercial Releases:



DOVE AUDIO - Seeing Ear Theatre - Volume 1Seeing Ear Theatre: Volume 1
By various; Performed by a full cast with introductions by Harlan Ellison
2 Cassettes – Approx. 3 Hours [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Dove Audio
Published: November 1998
ISBN: 0787118133
Stories Included:
THREE ODD COMEDIES by Terry Bisson
They’re Made Out of Meat
The Toxic Donut
Next
Into The Sun by Brian Smith
Think Like a Dinosaur by James Patrick Kelly
The Death of Captain Future by Allen Steele
A Clean Escape by John Kessel
The Bigger One by Gregory Benford

DOVE AUDIO -Seeing Ear Theatre: Volume 2Seeing Ear Theatre: Volume 2
By various; Performed by a full cast with introductions by Harlan Ellison
2 Cassettes – Approx. 3 Hours [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Dove Audio
Published: 1999
ISBN: 1787118754
Stories Included:
George And The Red Giant by Stephen Baxter and Eric Brown
The Oblivion Syndrome by Benjamin Wachs
Wanted In Surgery by Harlan Ellison and Brian Smith
The Flat Edge Of The Earth by Brian Smith and Terry Bisson
Too Late: An Experiment In Sound Theater by Brian Smith

DOVE AUDIO - Seeing Ear Theatre: Volume 3Seeing Ear Theater: Volume 3
By various; Performed by a full cast
2 Cassettes – Approx. 3 Hours [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Dove Audio
Published: 1999
ISBN: 0787118788
Stories Included:
Orson The Alien! The Untold Story Behind The War Of the Worlds by Terry Bisson, Brian Smith and George Zarr
Daughter Earth by James Morrow
The First (And Last) Musical On Mars by George Zarr

DOVE AUDIO - Seeing Ear Theatre Clive Barker's The History Of The DevilSeeing Ear Theatre: Clive Barker’s “The History of the Devil”
Based on a play by Clive Barker; Performed by a full cast
2 Cassettes – Approx. 3 Hours 8 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre / Dove Audio
Published: May 1999
ISBN: 0787118869, 0787118133
In Clive Barker’s The History Of The Devil, a deprived and lovelorn Satan is sick and tired of living in Hell. He bemoans the loss of his angel-wings, his freedom of flight, his elegance and grace. And he misses God. So he calls a trial, his appeal, to seek re-admittance into Heaven. As the trial moves through space and time, we revisit scenes of humanity’s great failures — or are they the work of the Devil, his own wicked crimes? If Satan wins his day in court, he’ll be reunited with his Father in Heaven. And if he loses? He’ll end eternity here with us — on Earth.

Fantasy Audio Drama - Neil GaimanTwo Plays For Voices
By Neil Gaiman; Performed by a full cast
2 CDs – Approx. 1.5 Hours [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Harper Audio
Published: 2002
ISBN: 0060012560 (cd),
Includes Snow Glass Apples and Murder Mysteries.
|READ OUR REVIEW|

Science Fiction Audio Drama - 2000X2000X Tales Of The Next Millennia
Produced by Yuri Rasovsky and Stefan Rudnicki
FULL CAST PRODUCTIONS with introductions by Harlan Ellison
6 Cassettes – Approx. 7 Hours [UNABRIDGED DRAMATIZATIONS]
Publisher: Fantastic Audio
Published: 2002
ISBN: 1574535307
Includes:
Knock based on the story by Fredric Brown
|READ OUR REVIEW|

Tales from the CryptSeeing Ear Theatre – Tales From The Crypt
Performed by Tim Curry, Gina Gershon, Luke Perry, Oliver Platt, John Ritter, Campbell Scott and others
4 CDs – Approx. 3 Hours [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Highbridge Audio
Published: 2002
ISBN: 1565116747
|READ OUR REVIEW|

This Trick’ll Kill You
By George Zarr;
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published:
Tales from the Crypt “This Trick’ll Kill You” was written by George Zarr,
adapted from the story in the EC Comic book “Tales from the Crypt”
originally published by William M. Gaines.
“This Trick’ll Kill You” featured Rebecca Nice as Inez Markini, Todd
Cummings as Herb Markini, Simon Jones as Jeffrey Mudgely, Andrew Joffe as
Otto Der Clown, and Francesca Rizzo as Wahdi. Also heard were Alissa
Hunnicutt as series announcer, and John Kassir and the Crypt Keeper.
“This Trick’ll Kill You” was directed by George Zarr. Produced by George
Zarr and Brian Smith. Associate Producer, Laurissa James. Overall sound
design and live effects by John Colucci. Live Foley by Sue Zizza and David
Shinn. Sound Engineers Jane Pipik and Miles B. Smith. Original music
composed and conducted by George Zarr, with Ed Iglewski on bass, Rick
Knutson on keyboards and Billy Masters on guitar. Additional Crypt Keeper
material by Jack Wohl. “Tales from the Crypt” series theme composed by Danny
Elfman with lyrics by Jack Wohl; theme arranged and performed by Ohad
Talmor. Series story editor, Tony Daniel. Executive producers Jack Wohl,
Brian Smith, Richard Donner, David Giler, Walter Hill, Joel Silver and
Robert Zemeckis.

Author Readings:

Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsPat Cadigan Reads From Tea From An Empty Cup
1 |MP3| – Approx. 14 Minutes [EXCERPT]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1999
Provider: Archive.org


Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsWilliam Gibson Reads From All Tomorrow’s Parties
1 |MP3| – Approx. 13 Minutes [EXCERPT]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1999
Provider: Archive.org

Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsMaureen F. McHugh reads from China Mountain Zhang
1 |MP3| – Approx. 19 Minutes [EXCERPT]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998
Provider: Archive.org


Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsConnie Willis reads from Bellwether
1 |MP3| – Approx. 20 Minutes [EXCERPT]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998
Provider: Archive.org


Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsKit Reed reads from The Bride Of Bigfoot
1 |MP3| – Approx. 18 Minutes [EXCERPT]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998
Provider: Archive.org


Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsJames Morrow reads from Blameless In Abaddon
1 |MP3| – Approx. 26 Minutes [EXCERPT]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998
Provider: Archive.org


Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsGreg Bear reads from Dinosaur Summer
1 |MP3| – Approx. 16 Minutes [EXCERPT]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998
Provider: Archive.org


Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsWalter Koenig reads from Warped Factors
1 |MP3| – Approx. 23 Minutes [EXCERPT]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998
Provider: Archive.org


Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsSkidoo and Bat Boy
By Patrick O’Leary; Read by Patrick O’Leary
1 |MP3| – Approx. 39 Minutes [UNABRIDGED]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998
Provider: Archive.org
Recorded at ReaderCon 10.

Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsPaul Levinson reads an extract from The Silk Code
1 |MP3| – Approx. 15 Minutes [EXCERPT]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1999
Provider: Archive.org


Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsNalo Hopkinson reads an extract from Brown Girl In The Ring
1 |MP3| – Approx. 27 Minutes [EXCERPT]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1999
Provider: Archive.org


Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsRichard Belzer reads an excerpt from UFOs, JFK, And Elvis
1 |MP3| – Approx. 18 Minutes [EXCERPT]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1999
Provider: Archive.org


Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsKristine Kathryn Rusch reads from The Fey: Sacrifice
1 |MP3| – Approx. 24 Minutes [EXCERPT]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1999
Provider: Archive.org


Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsNeil Gaiman reads Chapter 3 of Stardust
1 |MP3| – Approx. 22 Minutes [EXCERPT]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1999
Provider: Archive.org

Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsGet A Grip
By Paul Park; Read by Paul Park
1 |MP3| – Approx. 26 Minutes [UNABRIDGED]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998
Provider: Archive.org


Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsK.W. Jeter reads the first chapter of Noir
1 |MP3| – Approx. 22 Minutes [EXCERPT]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1999
Provider: Archive.org


Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsBruce Sterling reads from Distraction
By Bruce Sterling; Read by Bruce Sterling
1 |MP3| – Approx. 31 Minutes [EXCERPT]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998
Provider: Archive.org


Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsFruitcake Theory
By James Patrick Kelly; Read by James Patrick Kelly
1 |MP3| – Approx. 34 Minutes [UNABRIDGED]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998
Provider: Archive.org


Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsSamuel R. Delany reads from The Einstein Intersection
By Samuel R. Delany; Read by Samuel R. Delany
1 |MP3| – Approx. 24 Minutes [EXCERPT]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1999
Provider: Archive.org


Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsUnto The Daughters and Margin Of Error
By Nancy Kress; Read by Nancy Kress
1 |MP3| – Approx. 30 Minutes [UNABRIDGED]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1999
Provider: Archive.org
Recorded at the 1998 Baltimore WorldCon.


Seeing Ear Theatre - ReadingsThe Goblin King and The Dead Boy At Your Window
By Bruce Holland Rogers; Read by Bruce Holland Rogers
1 |MP3| – Approx. 11 Minutes [UNABRIDGED]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1999
Provider: Archive.org


Other:


Treks Not TakenTreks Not Taken
By Steven R. Boyett; Performed by a full cast
1 |MP3| – Approx. 12 Minutes [AUDIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Seeing Ear Theatre
Published: 1998
Provider: Archive.org
A parody cross between Star Trek: The Next Generation and Moby Dick.

[via Calfkiller Old Time Radio, OctaviaButler.net and Archive.org and Roy!]

Posted by Jesse Willis

The SFFaudio Podcast #055

April 19, 2010 by · 4 Comments
Filed under: Audio Drama, Podcasts 

Podcast

The SFFaudio PodcastThe SFFaudio Podcast #055 – Jesse and Scott talk to Jack J. Ward of The Sonic Society podcast about audio drama.

Talked about on today’s show:
Electric Vicuna, The Library Of Jack And Shannon, Sonic Gold, Shannon Hilchie, audio drama is the hardest kind of podcasting, Phil Morris: Celestial Lawyer, Robert E. Howard, Conan, The Muse Of Madness, H.P. Lovecraft, The Deadline, The Twilight Zone, Darker Musings, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Wavefront, Rod Serling, recording methods, BrokenSea Audio Productions, Decoder Ring Theatre, community theater, modern audio drama, amateur audio drama, Sonic Gold, paid subscription podcasts, Colonial Radio Theatre, Radio Repertory Company Of America, Jim French Productions, AM/FM Theatre, Powder River, Captain Blood, King Solomon’s Mines, adapting public domain stories to audio drama, CPI vs. BrokenSea, adapting modern novels, Voyage by Stephen Baxter, BBC, licensing Zorro, Erle Stanley Gardner, Perry Mason, imagine Ringworld as an audio drama, LibriVox, The Status Civilization by Robert Sheckley, Rick Jackson, The Time Traveler Show podcast, Science Fiction Oral History Association, Spaceship Radio podcast, Dimension-X, X-Minus One, OTR Swag Cast, The Radio Memories Network, Sci Fi Friday podcast, Wander Radio interview with Jack Ward, J.C. Hutchins, Commentary: Amateur Audio Drama & What’s Wrong With It, generational differences, Sage RSS for Firefox, Sonic Society in the Summer, Gate, The First Nighter Program, Bill Hollweg, The Time Machine by H.G. Wells, Howard Hawks, Bringing Up Baby, Audio Drama Review blog, James Snowe, Jerry Stearns, Sound Affects, KFAI, the Audio Drama Talk forums, carpeting the audio drama world, Jerry Robbins, Groucho Marx, audio drama or audio theater, subtract the narrator, Dirk Maggs, Superman: Doomsday and Beyond |READ OUR REVIEW|, The Adventures Of Superman |READ OUR REVIEW|, The Hunter, Kung-Fu Action Theatre, Star Trek and Star Wars audiobooks, Star Trek: Enterprise, Star Trek, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Babylon 5, J. Michael Straczynski, serial storytelling, Full Cast Audio, Graphic Audio, Elantris by Brandon Sanderson |READ OUR REVIEW|, Searcher & Stallion, audiobooks with sound effects SUCK, podiobooks.com, Tom Swiftians, J.K. Rowling, Writing Tools: 50 Essential Strategies For Every Writer by Roy Peter Clark, the Elmore Leonard school of writing, audio drama vs. audiobooks, Matt Watts, The Gemini Apes by Drik Maggs, Batman: Nightfall, Christopher Lee, An American Werewolf In London |READ OUR REVIEW|, BBC radio drama, The Lord Of The Rings, The Bradbury 13, A Sound Of Thunder by Ray Bradbury, Brigham Young University, A Gun For Dinosaur, CBC radio drama, Nightfall, Vanishing Point, Booster McCrane, P.M. by Paul Ledoux, Alan Maitland (aka Fireside Al, Frontporch Al, Graveside Al), The Shepherd by Frederick Forsyth, Paul Gross, H2O, Due South, strong>Psi Factor Chronicles Of The Paranormal, Matt Frewer, Intelligence, Da Vinci’s Inquest, Men With Brooms, The Trojan Horse, Johnny Chase Secret Agent Of Space, Jeffrey Adams, The Adventures Of Apocalypse Al, Cato the Elder.

Posted by Jesse Willis

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