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 get stuck with a product of different quality than you had hoped, or into spending a lot more time, money, or both to get what you wanted because of your lack of foresight. Sort of like having to send something overnight instead of first-class mail … [Read more...] about The value of pre production
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 written on the radio drama digest (a mailing list for audio theater enthusiasts such as myself) bemoaning the lack of contemporary fiction stories told through sound. There's no shortage of classic tales, whether it's derived from the canon of American or … [Read more...] about Modern horror realized in Lansdale’s “God of the Razor”
Hello, and welcome to Radio Drama Revival, the site that?s your source for the latest reviews, news, and sources for the latest audio stories. Just so we get it out in the open, I?m Frederick Greenhalgh, the writer/director/producer over at FinalRune Productions, your source of original radio drama by new and outstanding (so I imagine) writers, so the perspectives of this site are not entirely unbiased?not that anything anywhere, let alone on the web, ever has been. I will restrict myself … [Read more...] about Welcome to Radio Drama Revival!