Fri, 23 February 2007
Duration: 18:46 Size 8.59 MB
In the words of William Brown, "Due to technical problems beyond our control, we now join our regularly scheduled program."
This week's show is entitled "A Bridge into the Past." Why? Because I needed a name and that's what I came up with on short notice.
Bridge: Actually, one of the things you don't usually get to hear in our podcasts, Dear Listener, is the "bridging material." The short, often one-use scripts that ARTC producers insert into the live shows as buffers in between our more known stories. There is a small but healthy sampling included.
Past: This week's features are a little older than our normal fare. And like the bridging material, they are also things we don't usually podcast. ARTC has had many varied venues in its past. And veteran ARTC performers may (or may not) wax nostalgic about places such as "Eddie's Attic," or tip a mug of Collins Best Coffee in a remembrance of ARTC's Coffee House Days. Or of Guerilla Radio Theater at Manuel's Tavern.
Included: "The Adventures of Hercule Perot." (Last name not a typo, any similarities to any Texas businessman are coincidental.) "UnResolved Mysteries Solved While You Wait: Phrenotherapy." And "A Girl and Her Griffon."
Thu, 15 February 2007
Size - 14.3 MB, Duration - 31:19
Send the kids to bed early, because this week's steamy offering of audio ear candy is a suspenseful story called "Can You Hear Me," written by Thomas E. Fuller.
Fri, 9 February 2007
Duration: 27:24, Size: 12.5M
Hey, the credits are actually on the recording this week. So either listen to the podcast or just check last week's entry to see who is responsible for this production.
Next week we'll continue our celebration of the month...but with a seductive twist.
And don't forget our next live show is at the Stage Door Players in Dunwoody on Saturday, February 24 at 8:00pm and Sunday, February 25 at 2:30pm. We will present Thomas E. Fuller's The Brides of Dracula. Tickets are $10 and details are available at www.artc.org.
There is Adventure in Sound!
Fri, 2 February 2007
Length: 29:11 - Size: 13.5M
Kissed by a Stranger was written by Fiona Karanina Leonard Brown, produced by David Benedict, and directed by William Alan Ritch.
Featured in the cast were the voices of Megan Jackson, Geoffrey M. Brown, Clair Whitworth Kiernan, Phil Carter, Trudy Leonard, David Benedict, and Fiona Karanina Leonard Brown.
Also heard were the voices of Terry Sanders, Daniel Taylor, Alton Leonard, Joyce Leigh, Kelley Swilley, Jack Mayfield, and "Sketch" Quinn.
Soundscaping, editing, and mixing by David Benedict.
Recording engineering by William Alan Ritch.
Foley sound effects created by Geoffrey M. Brown and David Benedict.
Recorded effects provided by Henry Howard and Audio Craft Studio.
Original music composed and performed by Alton Leonard.
Floor managers were Sheila Ameri and Elayna Little.
We hope you have enjoyed part 1 and look forward to the conclusion next week. ARTC will next appear live at the Stage Door Players in Dunwoody on Saturday, February 24 at 8:00pm and Sunday, February 25 at 2:30pm. We will present Thomas E. Fuller's The Brides of Dracula. Tickets are $10 and details are available at www.artc.org.
There is Adventure in Sound!