Crazy Dog Audio Theatre: Marsyas: The Hippest Satyr video

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Crazy Dog Audio Theatre's -Audio Gothic by Roger GreggAudio Gothic is one of Crazy Dog Audio Theatre‘s odder ventures. It was broadcast on RTÉ (Radio Ireland) in 2006. One part of Audio Gothic is entitled Marsyas: The Hippest Satyr. Here’s the complete work (in the form of successive YouTube videos) as staged at the Dublin Fringe Festival in 1999. Here’s the description:

A modern jazz retelling of the Greek myth of Marsyas, a humble satyr who comes under the spell of a cursed magical horn. Leading Irish guitarist Giordai Ua Laoghaire is the featured musician in this comic musical fable of pride and self-delusion.

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[via Audio Drama Talk forums]

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RTÉ Radio 1 makes ‘tax breaks for sexual intimacy’ Radio Drama

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Online Audio - RTÉ Ireland Radio 1Our UK correspondent, Roy, reports that RTÉ Radio 1 (Ireland Public Radio) will be airing another promising sounding show this Sunday (October 8th @ 20:02) in their “Sunday Playhouse” slot.

It is 2021 and with falling birth rates, tax breaks are available for sexual intimacy. But only for the right kind of couple… The Intimacy Initiative by Gerard Stembridge is the second in RTÉ Radio 1’s Drama Human Right’s Season and explores notions of sexual rights.

The Intimacy Initiative
By Gerard Stembridge; Performed by a FULL CAST
Radio Broadcast – Approx 1 Hour [RADIO DRAMA]
Broadcaster: RTÉ Radio 1
Broadcast: Sunday Oct 8th 2006

Thanks Roy!

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The Crazy Dog Audio Theatre has started a new seri…

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The Crazy Dog Audio Theatre has started a new series on Ireland’s RTE Radio 1 called Diabolic Playhouse. The first episode aired on Saturday, September 4th, and can be heard now on the Diabolic Playhouse page on RTE Radio 1’s website. The next show will be broadcast this Saturday at 8:02pm Irish time, or 3 in the afternoon on the U.S. East Coast, 12 noon on the U.S. West Coast, and can be heard live by clicking the “Listen Live” link on RTE Radio 1’s main page.

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