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Sep 23, 2020

An episode from Pulp-Pourri Theatre's first season, 'By Order of Buck Brady' is taken from a Western story of the same name by W. C. Tuttle, originally published in the July, 1928 issue of Adventure Magazine. Starring the Narada Radio Company. Adapted, directed and produced by Pete Lutz.

CAST OF CHARACTERS:

ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala

BEN DOLAN: Andres Elizondo II

BUCK BRADY: Dana Gonsalves

BUD HICKMAN: Austin Hanna

PETE ASHER: Matthew Willoughby

COWBOY 1: Keane Lutz

COWBOY 2: Larry Hutchison

COWBOY 3: John Valadez

COWBOY 4: Micah Blain

Sep 23, 2020

PULP-POURRI THEATRE, S3 E5:
Contains explicit sexual content. For mature audiences only.
 
"The Medici Boots" is adapted from a story of the same name by Pearl Norton Swet, which appeared in an issue of the long-running Weird Tales pulp-fiction magazine. Adapted, directed and produced by Pete Lutz. Set in the year 1935, it's the story of John Delameter, his wife Suzanne, and his brother Eric -- it's also the story of a pair of beautifully styled boots, made in the 15th century and cursed in the same era. Weird things start happening to the Delameters once they inherit these boots from their historian uncle...
 
 
CAST:
ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala
NEWSCASTER: Derek Lutz
UNCLE SILAS DICKERSON: Pete Lutz
JOHN DELAMETER: Peter M. Howard
SUZANNNE DELAMETER: Aileen Corpos
ERIC DELAMETER: Pete Lutz
ERSKINE: Gene Giggy
MARIA MODENA and SERVANT: Alex Moore
 
SPECIAL FEATURES CAST:
Kristy Glick, Pete Lutz, Nick Wommack, Austin Hanna, Kevin Schuster, Melody Gaines
 
SPECIAL 15th-CENTURY MUSIC (various composers) performed by Ernest Stoltz and Paul O'Dette
 
MUSIC FROM 1935 (and before) by the following:
"Alone" by Arthur Freed and Nacio Herb Brown, sung by Kitty Carlisle
"Easy To Remember" by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, sung by Bing Crosby
"Isn't It A Lovely Day (To Be Caught In The Rain)" by Irving Berlin, sung by Fred Astaire
"Rhapsody in Blue" by George Gershwin
"Violin Concerto No. 2 - II Andante Assai" by Prokofiev
 
Additional Music by:
Kevin MacLeod of incompetech dot com
"Paperback Writer" by the Beatles, performed by Andrew Kesler
"Lara's Theme (Somewhere My Love)" from Dr. Zhivago by Andre Rieu
 
Pulp-Pourri Theatre Theme composed and performed by Rich Wentworth
 
Opening announcers: Gene Lutz, Rich Wentworth
Sep 17, 2020

12 Angry Men is Pete Lutz’s audio adaptation of the Reginald Rose screenplay. It is intended as an homage to the film and no infringement is intended. Originally produced in 2015, this was episode 4 of Season 2 of Pulp-Pourri Theatre, directed and produced by Pete Lutz and starring the Narada Radio Company. This re-release was edited slightly for time. 

CAST OF CHARACTERS:

JUROR NO. 8:   Alan Clower

JUROR NO. 3:   Pete Lutz

JUROR NO. 10: Andres Elizondo II

JUROR NO. 7:   Jason D. Johnson

JUROR NO. 4:   Kevin Schuster

JUROR NO. 1 (FOREMAN): John Valadez

JUROR NO. 9:   Skeeter Ullman

JUROR NO. 12: Derek Rhein

JUROR NO. 2:   Jordan Bruster-Campo

JUROR NO. 5:   Jake Salinas

JUROR NO. 11: Dana Gonsalves

GUARD:           Lisa Ayala

JUDGE:            Nancy Gaugler

ANNOUNCER:   Darren Rockhold

Sep 9, 2020

Created especially for Sonic Summerstock 2020, 63audio presents its third of four old-time radio remakes, a lost episode of the QUIET, PLEASE series, entitled "Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall", originally broadcast 8-24-47. Oliver is a man in an unhappy marriage, and under the thumb of his tyrannical boss. It seems the only way he can get any relief is to tell his troubles to his friend Eddie, over the phone. As we listen, we learn that someone else is listening, and has an unusual solution to Oliver's problems. Produced & directed by Pete Lutz.

CAST:

OLIVER/ERNEST CHAPPELL: Pete Lutz

EVERWEIN: Dana Gonsalves

CAROLINE: Kristy Glick

DICTAGRAPH VOICE: Dawn Robertson

MUSIC: Dr. Ross Bernhardt

Sep 6, 2020

We present the Narada Radio Company, in director Pete Lutz's adaptation of the Lux Radio Theatre's broadcast "Strangers on a Train", performed and recorded live in August 2018, at Harbor Playhouse, Corpus Christi, Texas. The sponsor was changed from Lux to one that provided more entertainment value for the audience. Enjoy!

CAST:

Christian Ferris as GUY HAINES

Pete Lutz as BRUNO ANTONY and THE MINISTER

Katie Loftin as MIRIAM and BESSIE

Diana DeHoyos as ANNE MORTON

Alan Clower as BRUNO'S FATHER

Tamara Merson Wren as BRUNO'S MOTHER

Gene Giggy as SENATOR MORTON

Jackie Ayers as BARBARA

Dana Gonsalves as TURLEY and HAMMOND

Joe Martinez as THE PROFESSOR, THE JUDGE, and THE OLD MAN

Aileen Corpos as MRS. CUNNINGHAM and HENNESSEY

Teddi Giggy as THE VENDOR and OFFICER ADAMS

And Geri Elliff as OFFICER MAC and YOUR HOST

With additional voices by Michele Barnett and Ebony Rose

Your Announcer, Jessica Mathews

Music was by Dr. Ross Bernhardt

The O-Sha-Lene performers were Alan Clower, Aileen Corpos, Diana DeHoyos, Geri Elliff, Katie Loftin, and Ebony Rose

Sep 1, 2020

Here's the Narada Radio Company's fourth and final Sonic Summerstock Playhouse offering for 2020 -- out of sequence but it's such a wonderful piece, we couldn't wait. East of the Sun, West of the Moon is a beautiful Norwegian folk tale interpreted by Louis MacNiece for BBC Radio and originally broadcast in 1959. There was no recording available for us to take inspiration from, so we did everything based on the script's dialogue and sound/music cues. A truly lovely, dreamy audio production that we hope you will enjoy.

Angel Leigh McCoy as Helga

Karim C. Kronfli as Father and the North Wind’s Groom

Rachel Pulliam as Halvor and Longnose

Julia Eve as Mother and the Female Troll

Gareth Severn as the Prince and the Bear

Alex Moore as the Three Crones

Pete Lutz as the East Wind, the Parrot, and the Male Troll

Julie Hoverson as the West Wind and the Stepmother

Dana Gonsalves as the South Wind and the Prisoner 

Nick Wommack as the North Wind 

Additional voices by Alex Moore and Pete Lutz

Music composed and performed/sung by Dr. Ross Bernhardt

Produced & Directed by Pete Lutz

Sep 1, 2020

"Adventures of the Federated Tec"! A series of 8 initial episodes of 7 dramatized stories featuring Dashiell Hammett's nameless detective. We call him the Federated Tec, but you probably know him as something else. We've chosen Hammett's first few stories that have moved into the public domain, and have done our best to stay true to the originals -- and why not? The originals are just fine, as far as we're concerned.

So here is episode two, "The Gatewood Caper", adapted by Pete Lutz from Hammett's second published story, in 1923. We hope you enjoy it and will join us for future episodes. 

ADVENTURES OF THE FEDERATED TEC WAS CONCEIVED BY PETE LUTZ AND DEVELOPED BY PETE LUTZ AND MARK SLADE. "The Gatewood Caper" was dramatized, directed and produced by Pete Lutz. Mixing and post-production was by Daniel French of Fishbonius Productions.

Our Cast consisted of the following players:

ANNOUNCER: Rich Wentworth

MR. GATEWOOD/MAN CALLING UP: John Bell 

THE FEDERATED TEC: Pete Lutz

MAID/APARTMENT MANAGER: Geri Elliff

SGT. O'GAR: Jason D. Johnson

DETECTIVE THODE: Mark Kalita 

AUDREY GATEWOOD: Angela Young

INSPECTOR LUSK: Paul Arbisi

THE OLD MAN: Joe Stofko

SALESPERSON: Frank Guglielmelli

TELEPHONE VOICE/"PENNY" QUAYLE:  Jeff Moon   

THEME/INCIDENTAL MUSIC: Dr. Ross Bernhardt

Join us next time for episode three, "Slippery Fingers"!

Sep 1, 2020

"Do you dare to go down into...THE CELLAR?"

Welcome to Episode Two! This time, your ghostly hostess, Cadavera Quivry, opens her great big book of eerie tales and brings you Paul Witcover's  "Moonlight Becomes Magenta", adapted by prolific audio dramatist Mark Slade.

Set in old Mexico, we hear the story of Pablito, a young boy forced by fate to seek vengeance against the man who killed his father; and Magenta, the strange, ageless Gypsy girl who promised to help him do it. Viva la revolución! 

STARRING THE NARADA RADIO COMPANY

CAST:

ANNOUNCER: Graham Rowat

CADAVERA QUIVRY: Angela Young

PABLITO as an Adult: Nick Wommack

BENITEZ: Juan Perez

PABLO: Orlando Segarra

JAVIER: Micah Blain

YOUNG PABLITO: Debby Leal-Ramirez

CESAR: Joe Martinez

MAGENTA: Christin Espinoza

With Additional Voices by Merilee Robinson, Jonathan Montgomery, Lisa Michaud, Aileen Corpos, Mark Bruzee, Derek Rhein, Jessica Mathews, Dyanna Garza and Pete Lutz

"The Cellar" theme composed and performed by Tom Rory Parsons

Stay tuned til the end, for a preview of Episode Three!

Music from the Public Domain, and/or thru a Creative Commons License, and from Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com

Sound effects from the PD and from freesound.org and from Creative Commons License

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