RDR From the Vault: The Stuff of Myth, by Roger Gregg (Part 2 of 2)

Part 2 of 2 Ahh, ancient Greece. Hot nymphs, raging orgies, much wine, song, and occasional transformations into a goat. All well and good, right? Well things are more wacky than ever in the sizzling and scandalous interpretation of the myth of Orpheus done by Roger Gregg, The Stuff of Myth. This great production won […]

RDR From the Vault: The Stuff of Myth, by Roger Gregg (Part 1 of 2)

Part 1 of 2 Ahh, ancient Greece. Hot nymphs, raging orgies, much wine, song, and occasional transformations into a goat. All well and good, right? Well things are more wacky than ever in the sizzling and scandalous interpretation of the myth of Orpheus done by Roger Gregg, The Stuff of Myth. This great production won […]

RDR From the Vault: Heart of Morphine, by Roger Gregg

Today RDR from the Vault launches a series of episodes highlighting Roger Gregg, playwright master of Dublin, Ireland. Roger pioneered his own audio sound, a wacky blend of Captain Beefheart sonic assault and an intimate, fine theatre sensibility. He produced for RTE – that’s the public radio of Ireland- for the better part of a […]

Episode 401: Celebrating Roger Gregg, a “Mad Scientist of Music”

2015 has only just begun!  In this episode, Gareth Stack, Irish audio producer and playwright, interviews the masterful Roger Gregg in his podcast series “Mad Scientists of Music.” Roger is, of course, founder of Crazy Dog Audio Theatre and one of the living grand masters of contemporary audio theater.  Stack’s interview reveals Roger as the […]

Episode 364 – The Return of Salmon of Blackpool (Part 2 of 2)

Part 2 of 2 Conclusion of Crazy Dog Audio Theatre‘s “The Salmon of Blackpool.” Johnny Gallagher is a world famous movie star from Cork, Ireland, and he also dying slowly from a debilitating, fatal disorder.  Richie has been tasked by some big movie producers to make a ‘feel good’ biopic of this man who is ‘unloved […]

Episode 363 – The Return of Salmon of Blackpool (Part 1 of 2)

Holy crap! Radio Drama Revival is entering its 8th year! In celebration, we are playing some of our favorite selections from years past… starting with a bit of a cheat, a show that kicked off our second year, Crazy Dog Audio Theatre‘s “The Salmon of Blackpool.” This ranks as one of Fred’s top five dramas […]

Episode 329 – Bitten by the Serpent in the Bee-Loud Glade

This week we take a departure from our usual programming to enjoy a thoroughly different poetic experience in Roger Gregg’s album Serpent in the Bee Loud Glade. Derived from his short-run theatre experience “The Bee Loud Glade Cabaret,” the studio album takes original lyrics as well as classic poems and dramatizes them in a way […]

Episode 318 – Are you Afraid of Rotwang Krell?

Part 3 of 3 Sci Fi February continues with another double-header of live sci fi comedy radio shows produced by Crazy Dog Audio Theatre for Ireland’s RTE Radio 1. This week we have “The Zombies of Dr. Krell” Captain Sane and her crew seek shelter from a space storm at a mysterious Space Tower on […]

Episode 317 – Have a Round at the Cabaret of Forbidden Celestial Delights

Part 2 of 3 Sci Fi February continues with another double-header of live sci fi comedy radio shows produced by Crazy Dog Audio Theatre for Ireland’s RTE Radio 1. This week we have “The Cabaret of Forbidden Celestial Delights.” Captain Sane and her crew are set to relax at Marlene Exotica’s risque Cabaret of Forbidden […]

Episode 316 – Crazy Dog Audio Goes Big Big Spacey

Part 1 of 3 Kicking off our annual “Sci Fi February” special feature is a series of live sci fi comedy radio shows produced by Crazy Dog Audio Theatre for Ireland’s RTE Radio 1. The collection, “Big Big Space,” kicks off with a double feature “Big Jim Chancer and the Space Pirates.” Captain Roslyn Sane […]

Episode 294 – Slip Sliding with the Silver Tongued Devil

This week we wrap up a month featuring the works of Irish dramatist Roger Gregg with a piece off his collection Diabolic Playhouse, “The Silver Tongued Devil.” This saucy mockumentary tries to uncover a surprising Irish poetry sensation… while lampooning Irish culture, academia, mass hysteria, and maybe even a jab at poetry itself (aren’t all […]