Archives for 2012

Transcontinental Terror 2012 – Part 5 / 6 – Icebox Radio Theater

Part 5 of 6 of the Transcontinental Terror live streaming Halloween Horror Event. Featuring Icebox Radio Theater (International Falls, Minnesota) with “All Hallow’s Eve” The Icebox Radio Theater of International Falls, Minnesota, USA, has many faces and many voices. It is a community theater in a small town. It is a media arts organization with […]

Transcontinental Terror 2012 – Part 4 / 6 – Chatterbox Audio Theater

Part 4 of 6 of the Transcontinental Terror live streaming Halloween Horror Event. Featuring Chatterbox Audio Theater (Memphis, Tennessee) with “Master Zacharius” Part 1 and Part 2 Chatterbox Audio Theater is an audio production company based in Memphis, TN. Chatterbox favors simultaneous performances and manual sound effects, preferring to create their shows with as little […]

Transcontinental Terror 2012 – Part 3 / 6 – FinalRune Productions and Aural Stage Studios

Part 3 of 6 of the Transcontinental Terror live streaming Halloween Horror Event. Featuring FinalRune Productions (Portland, Maine) and Aural Stage Studios (Buffalo, NY) with Dark Passenger and Intensive Care Passenger and Intensive Care FinalRune Productions is dedicated to producing compelling original audio drama.  Since their creation in 2006, FinalRune has released over a dozen […]

Transcontinental Terror 2012 – Part 2 / 6 – Electric Vicuna

Part 2 of 6 of the Transcontinental Terror live streaming Halloween Horror Event. Featuring Electric Vicuna (Halifax, Nova Scotia) with “Coach #6” and “One by One” Electric Vicuña was established in 2009 to meet the growing demand for high profile radio drama, audio cinema, voice acting, and books on tape. EV is the parent organization […]

Transcontinental Terror 2012 – Part 1 / 6 – Wireless Theatre Company

Part 1 of 6 of the Transcontinental Terror live streaming Halloween Horror Event. Featuring Wireless Theatre Company (London, England) with “The Maiden without Hands” and “The Cask of Amontillado” The award-winning Wireless Theatre Company launched in 2007 and quickly established itself as one of the most well-respected audio companies on the internet, producing allfree, original audio […]

Episode 305 – Wireless Theatre Company is the BBC

This week on the show we feature the work of Wireless Theatre Company, in their cheeky play about the drama behind radio drama creation We Are the BBC (and a nod out to its predecessor, We are Not the BBC). Rob Sterling Davies is on the crest of a wave: a celebrated scriptwriter, actor, TV […]

Episode 304 – Prison Stories from Chatterbox Audio Theater

We welcome back our friends at the Chatterbox Audio Theater, one of the gems of modern independent audio drama who shine on us from Memphis, Tennessee. In addition to retelling classics such as Master Zacharius, Argonautica, and other Greek Myths, Chatterbox has also re-imagined classics (Pinnochio and Dead and Gone) and bold originals such as […]

Episode 303 – Day of the Dead Returns to New Orleans

Six years later, we revisit the radio drama that started it all for us – the retelling of Orpheus and Eurydice set in New Orleans, Day of the Dead. We’ve touched up our first radio drama with some new sounds of New Orleans and what we could to polish the performances. Set in the Crescent […]

Episode 302 – A Son’s Long Trip Home, and a Dark Ride

Horror, horror, horror! More scary stories to haunt you this Halloween season, this week with a rendition of If You Take My Hand, My Son by Scott Hickey’s The Grist Mill series, followed by a Grist Mill double-feature, The Dark Ride (by Jeff Adams). In “If You Take My Hand, My Son” a man sits […]

Live Radio Drama in Boston this Weekend – Check out “Tomes of Terror”!

From our friends at the Post Meridian Radio Players: It’s time again for that old-time Golden Age of Radio recreation that Somerville, Massachusetts has known and loved for over six years! From the Post-Meridian Radio Players, who brought you “The War of the Worlds: The Mob vs. The Martians”, “The Sirens of War” and “The […]

Episode 301 – The Statement of Randolph Carter by Horrorscopes

The recently revamped HORRORSCOPES collection is a series of ten of horror’s darkest little tales, ranging from classics by Poe and Bradbury to originals by Anthony Marino and Clay Graybeal. In today’s episode, we feature the inspired adaptation of HP Lovecraft’s The Statement of Randolph Carter, wherein an unsuspecting grave robber opens a door that […]