Fri, 10 September 2010
Size: 12.7M Duration: 27:16
In this episode of the podcast, we pay tribute to the memory of Brad Weage, longtime composer and friend to ARTC and its members, who passed away on August 22, 2010 from complications of double pneumonia.
Brad composed many of the themes for our serials including Rory Rammer, Space Marshal, The Brotherhood of Damn Sassy Mutants, Mildly Exciting Tales of Astonishment, and The Jane Handley-Page Show. He also lent his talents to our feature-length studio works including The Passion of Frankenstein, The Menace From Earth, The Doom of the Mummy, and Solution Unsatisfactory to name but a few.
He performed live with us often. If you ever heard ARTC live, there's an excellent chance you heard Brad. If you heard us live more than once, it's a virtual certainty.
ARTC's next live performance will be at the Academy Theatre in Avondale Estates on October 23 and 24 where we will present The Island of Dr. Moreau by H. G. Wells, adapted for audio by Thomas E. Fuller. Special musical guest Julie Gribble!
This performance also marks the first in our new initiative "Partners in Imagination" where we will explore the possibilities of a collaborative community. Partners in Imagination seeks to channel the energies of multiple non-profits into common goals and raise awareness of various causes through the Magic of Radio.
We are also pleased to announce our first ever Kickstarter campaign. Help us raise $3500 by Halloween to fund the purchase of new microphones and speakers, improving our quality and helping us to continue Advancing Adventures in Sound!