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 dreams, memories, and events precede the death of an outstanding man and legendary president: Abraham Lincoln. With an outstanding music score by Tony-winner Mark Hollman, a full cast of some of the City's finest, rich effects and a compelling story, … [Read more...] about Good Friday, 1865: Lincoln’s Last Day
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 will let me, I'll include the full material from my show or at least the interviews, reviews, and discussion. In the first episode, you can hear me play "Drizzle," the story of a miserable business man whose life is changed by a random event, and … [Read more...] about Episode 1: Radio Drama Revival Starts with a… 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 thinking, too much looking forward to the next task before I?d done the first one properly. In a lot of ways, I turned myself into the protagonist of my latest piece of audio fiction, an unconventional Christmas story called ?Drizzle.? ?Drizzle? is the … [Read more...] about Unconventional Audio Christmas Story, “Drizzle”
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!