Fri, 13 February 2009
Size: 8M - Duration: 17:19
Hello and welcome again to the Atlanta radio theatre company's podcast, your monthly source for the best in free, original audio drama.
This year ARTC is celebrating its 25th anniversary! Over the course of the next several months we'll be taking a look back at our history, examining our present, and predicting our own future. Stay tuned here for exciting new developments in podcasting and audio drama.
This month we go all the way back to 1993 and the Little Five Points community coffeehouse where our listeners enjoyed monthly performances from ARTC. Many of our most memorable series were born here as the writers frantically tried to keep up with this breakneck pace in live performance, including the Adventures of the Crimson Hawk, Rory Rammer Space Marshal, and Bumpers Crossroads. We bring you now two episodes of daniel taylor's gripping serial of the little town that time forgot, beginning with The Traffic Light and concluding with The Developer.
And now the obligatory self-promotion:
We've got a brand new mailing list, "Breaking Radio Silence". Sign up at artc.org/lists and stay current on all the latest audio drama and ARTC news!
The new list is also archived at blog.artc.org. I'll crosspost to both our old Yahoo Groups list and the new one for a while, but you'll want to be on the new one. Trust me.
If you're enjoying these podcasts, don't forget that ARTC is supported by people like you through the sale of our studio productions.
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You can also come to one of the live performances featured in these podcasts! Our next one will be on March 7 and 8 at the Academy Theatre in Avondale Estates where we'll formally kick off the 25th anniversary celebration by testing the limits of live performance in audio with Blues for Johnny Raven. If you've heard the previous performance on the podcast, you haven't heard anything yet. We'll also be taking a look back of some of our favorite moments in radio history and welcoming back some longtime performers including William L. brown, Fiona K. Leonard, and lots of other surprises. Check our performance calendar at artc.org and comment on this podcast at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is Adventure in Sound!