Sat, 27 January 2007
Just a message to inform you that the Show notes for Podcast #22 have been corrected. Twice. I apologize for the misinformation, but there was some confusion as to which shows actually were presented, and I was not in possession of all the facts.
Category:general -- posted at: 1:40 AM
Fri, 26 January 2007
(Time 31:45, Size 14.5 MB)
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* Bumper's Crossroads: Whole Lotto Shakin' Going' On by Daniel Taylor.
* Nikki's Place: In a Bit of a Jam by Ron N. Butler.
* The Crimson Hawk: The Widow's Web by Ron N. Butler (based on characters originated by Thomas E. Fuller.)
Incidentally, if you *are* a fan of this genre of crime-fighter shows like the Crimson Hawk, (or The Shadow, or the Green Hornet,) I recommend "The Red Panda Adventures." Sadly, this is not an ARTC show in any way, shape, or form. (But then neither is The Shadow or the Green Hornet.)
The Red Panda can be found at http://www.decoderringtheatre.com/
You could tell them ARTC sent you, but I'm sure they'd say, "Uh... who?"
Fri, 19 January 2007
Saturday Morning Kid Shows: 28 minutes, 12.8 MB
First, a plea for attention:
If you get us through iTunes, please..... go to the iTunes store, search for "ARTC" (artsy... it's a pun. Why haven't you gotten that yet?) and write us a review. It doesn't even have to be a long review. Just tell us your favorite episode or something.
Also, however you listen to us, go to the ARTC page at dramapod.com and leave a rating here, too.
No voice intro for this show. Despite miscommunication and general behind the scenes random mayhem, this week's podcast is NOT canceled.
There *was* a voice intro recorded. It was meant to sound off the cuff and laid back and funny, but it ended up sounding half-planned and disorganized. (It was.) Anyway, the show lineup has changed several times in the last few hours.
In no particular order:
We have 2 episodes of "Rory Rammer, Space Marshall:" written by Ron N. Butler. One is "The Island of Dr. Marceau" and the other is only ever talked about in hushed, furtive whispers: "The Lost Episode."
And, an episode of "Mildly Exciting Tales of Astonishment," by Jonathan Strickland: Ps and Q's.
Also included are a pair of Public Service Announcements from the "Brotherhood of Damn Sassy Mutants," by Sketch Quinn.
No time for credits. If you want to know, you'll just have to ask nicely.
Thu, 11 January 2007
To Dine with the Devil (32 Minutes, 14.9 M)
by Ivan Turgenev
Adapted for Audio by Joyce Leigh
Performed Live at Sci Fi Summer 2003 in Atlanta, Georgia
The old Russian proverb states:
"Those who dine with the devil may end up on the menu."
If you like H.P. Lovecraft, you'll love this....Not for the squeamish.
If you enjoy New Old-Time Radio and audio horror, then pick up one of our adaptations at www.artc.org! Also, remember that you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with your comments, or you can include them here. We'd love to hear from you with questions, comments, concerns, or even complaints.
Join us for a live presentation of
The Brides of Dracula
Saturday, February 24, 8:00pm
Sunday, February 25, 2:30pm
Stage Door Players
5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Road
Dunwoody, GA 30338
Call (770)396-1726 for Tickets!
Voice Talent (in alphabetical order): David Benedict, Phil Carter, Doug Kaye, Clair Kiernan, Daniel Kiernan, Joyce Leigh, Trudy Leonard
Original Music by Alton Leonard and Brad Weage
Directed by Doug Kaye
Sound Engineering by David Carter and William Alan Ritch assisted by Ray Spitz
Sound Effects by Henry Howard
Live Foley by Lili and Sonya and assisted by Anthony Fuller
ARTC is a non profit 501(c)3 corporation which depends upon listener support from people like you. Donations to ARTC are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.
There is Adventure in Sound!
Thu, 4 January 2007
Size: 18.2M Duration: 39:55
Hope everyone is having a happy new year. To start out 2007 we're going to get back to our roots by presenting The Colour Out of Space by H. P. Lovecraft, adapted by Ron N. Butler, and performed live at Dragon*Con 2006. This was our only show at Dragon*Con this year, so if you missed it then this is your chance! We've performed at every Dragon*Con since the first, and Lovecraft has always been one of our mainstays.
If you enjoy the work of H. P. Lovecraft, or if you just like ARTC, then pick up one of our other adaptations!
Also, remember that you can email email@example.com with your comments, or you can include them here. We'd love to hear from you with questions, comments, concerns, or even complaints.
There is Adventure in Sound!