Episode 19: The Conclusion of Julius Caesar

The body of Caesar lies dripping in the palace’s chambers, as Brutus steps out to speak to the chaos of the street to answer for the conspirator’s deeds. But the dogs of war have slipped, and good-intentions might fulfill the prophecy they feared. The exciting conclusion to Shakespeare’s “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar” by our […]

Episode 18: The Tragedy of Julius Caesar (Part 1)

Lend me your ears… and let slip the dogs of war! Tragedy, betrayal, power lust and vengeance collide in this fresh contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare’s “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar,” rendered in livid sound by our friends at the Quicksilver Radio Theater. Enjoy the first half of the drama, with the bloody conclusion next week. […]

Episode 17: Dreamseed’s Xander Davis

This week we talk with Dreamseed founder, writer, director, producer Xander Davis. Having taking the vow to “make it happen,” Xander Davis has a lot to say about the art and craft of audio theater, what’s gone into his works to date, and what he thinks it will take to get the modern media consumer […]

Episode 16: Buried in Falling Sand

This week, Dreamseed‘s foreboding tale of a future where the salvation of the worker comes in the form of a little yellow pill. Yet, when one man forgets to take his little pill of dreams, he quickly realizes how much he’s been missing, and how little a chance he stands at getting it back. A […]

Episode 15: Jeffrey Adams from Icebox Radio Theater

This week’s guest is Jeffrey Adams, leading creative force behind the Icebox Radio Theater of International Falls, Minnesota. Jeff’s radio history is long and notable, and his passion clear: rather than bury his theater career when moving to the Borderland, as some might, Jeff started something where he was, culling fantastic tales out of the […]

Episode 14: Icebox Radio Theater with “Lifeboat”

This week on the show, a story set in deep space, with two travelers who find themselves dreadfully equipped for surviving… but worse than confronting their unfortunate fate, is having to deal with one another.

Episode 13: Dialogue with Martian Trombone

I couldn’t resist the opportunity to air another excellent Great Northern Audio Theater production this week, “Dialogue with Martian Trombone.” Why does the band usurped for the War of the Worlds broadcast still get together for their anniversaries? What does the trombone player of this band know about Martians that no one else believes? And […]

Episode 12: Talking Sound with Brian Price

Great Northern Audio Theater‘s Brian Price is a producer and writer with a long list of audiography over more than ten years, from the Midwest Theatre Workshop and the Iowa Radio Project to the amazing comedies GNAT does for the Mark-Time Sci-fi awards at the CONvergence science-fiction convention. We chat with him this week about […]

Episode 11: Super Pal!

What happens when a meteor threatens big city and the only one who can stop it is working on his web site? What terrible event in his past makes him sacrifice all else to save kittens? Well, we find out this week in Great Northern Audio Theater‘s Super Pal! [audio:http://media.blubrry.com/radiodramarevival/www.radiodramarevival.com/podcasts/rdr-podcast011.mp3] Radio Drama Revival – Episode […]

Episode 10: Begathon Live Drama Extravaganza!

It’s Begathon week at WMPG, and we’re on the mic pitching for your dough as exiled space DJs show up at the station. Things get weirder and funnier than ever in this first live drama by FinalRune Productions/Radio Drama Revival! [audio:http://media.blubrry.com/radiodramarevival/www.radiodramarevival.com/podcasts/rdr-podcast010.mp3] Radio Drama Revival! Episode 10

Episode 9: Jack Hosley and High Moon

Well, looks like I’m on a roll this evening. I had the great pleasure of chatting with Jack Hosley, AKA “The Wander Wolf” from WanderRadio this afternoon and learning all about how he got into the niche podcasting market and the emerging media writers and actors he works with. Time allowed for a special presentation […]