Original Radio Drama in the 21st Century

Just wanted to let you all know that I've written a new article on my production company's website: Original Radio Drama in the 21st Century.? In the article, I discuss the history of economic models of the radio drama and analyze the current scene … [Read more]

Episode 4: Abe Lincoln’s Last Day

Tune in for the first episode of Good Friday, 1865: Lincoln's Last Day, by the outstanding Quicksilver Radio Theater hailing from New York City. This historical drama recounts eerie dreams, memories, and events that precede the assassination of one … [Read more]

Good Friday, 1865: Lincoln’s Last Day

Just want to prep you all for a very special presentation that's going to air this week - a historical drama called "Good Friday, 1865: Lincoln's Last Day" by Quicksilver Radio Theater out of New York City. As a terrible war winds down, haunting … [Read more]

Episode 3: Scott Hickey talks shop

This past week, we chatted with Scott Hickey from AM FM Theater. Hear about hitting the bar with Peter Straub at World Horror Con, growing up with radio drama, and the making of "God of the Razor." A great interview not to be … [Read more]

Starting a revolution

I apologize for my absenteeism the last week or so but I've been drowning in great radio drama. Facing my new radio show, I realized that I needed a huge amount of content to get and keep this thing going, and absolutely no idea where it would come … [Read more]

Episode 1: Radio Drama Revival Starts with a… Drizzle

After a little bit of work, a fair amount of frustration, and a mind-blowing "wow, that's actually pretty easy!" sensation the began coursing through my body, here it is! The Radio Drama Revival! Podcast. As much as my featured audio dramatists … [Read more]

Jon Lethem’s “Men and Cartoons” – Beyond your average audiobook

It may seem odd for a site dedicated to audio drama to review an audiobook?after all, audiobooks are the enemy, right? Not really. I must confess, my biggest critique with audiobooks is due to my own dwindling attention span, and with most of my … [Read more]

Radio Drama Revival Today!

Just a reminder that if you?re in the Portland, Maine area, you can tune in to 90.9 or 104.1 this (and every Thursday) afternoon from 1-1:30 to hear Radio Drama Revival!? If you?re outside our broadcast area, visit WMPG?s website and you can hear it … [Read more]

Unconventional Audio Christmas Story, “Drizzle”

Well, it?s an insane time of year for all of us. I didn?t realize the blindspot I put in my life focusing on production my latest audio drama until today, when I finally woke up and smelled the egg nog, so to speak. Too much coffee, too much … [Read more]

The value of pre production

You think I would?ve figured this out on one of my previous projects, but the fact stands: Good preproduction sense really helps you out when you?re trying to pull the project together at the last minute. Lack of preproduction forces you to either … [Read more]

Modern horror realized in Lansdale’s “God of the Razor”

Well, I'm going to jump right into my audio theater reviews with a piece of modern horror that recently reached my ears: 'God of the Razor,' a grisly horror short story by Joe Lansdale realized by AM/FM Theater in Lowell, MA. I had recently … [Read more]