Art by Simon Adams
Radio Drama Revival’s third-annual Halloween audio horror special goes the extra mile!
Live on October, 31, 2009 from 7 to 9PM EST
- The Ghost Behind the Black Door by Roger Gregg
A couple from the city moves to a mansion in the countryside only to find that things are not all as they expect… a spoof on the classic horror meme.
- Leaving You is Hell by Fred Greenhalgh
A dark retelling of the myth of Orpheus inspired by the classic jazz tune “St James Infirmary.” A man in New Orleans is doomed to keep falling in love with the same woman and seducing her to her death.
- Bone Lake by Mark LaFlamme
The ice fishing’s going well on Bone Lake, until a man comes from the winter’s night looking for a very strange catch.
- Third Shift by Kevin Anderson
A company will sell you very efficient workers at a bargain price. Just don’t send the living to check out their work.
The Sound Effects Are Going to Be Great
We’re talking about haunted houses, haunted icy lakes, ghouls, zombies, and even a descent into hell itself. It’s going to be a killer night.
We’ll be massacring pumpkins, squishing mac n’ cheese, firing off squeaky toys and more on the SFX table, there will be live music, audience participation, AND A LIVE VIDEO FEED for you to view, share, and enjoy.
Turn Up or Tune In
YES you can come to this radio show! Better yet, it’s a benefit for WMPG! All proceeds will benefit WMPG’s PowerUp! Campaign *
You can also tune in from anywhere around the world. The show will be broadcast locally on 90.9/104.1 FM in Greater Portland, Maine, and streamed online, www.wmpg.org.
Listen To WMPG Right Now!
Look for a live streaming link here and an embed of the video feed on the night of the event.
Did I mention you can buy tickets?
There’s also a Facebook Event page for this show.
And if you REALLY can’t make it out, you’ll be able to hear it podcast on Radio Drama Revival.
* What is PowerUp?
WMPG’s PowerUP! Campaign seeks to raise $250,000 to upgrade the signal strength of the station’s main transmitter and move it to a better location.
It will help Radio Drama Revival’s terrestrial show reach a LOT more people, more power to the ‘pod!