PRESENTING...AN ALL-NEW MUSICAL AUDIO COMEDY -- In the style of a Marx Brothers movie! It's Do I Specter? I'll Say I Do!
Written, produced and directed by life-long Marx Brothers fan Pete Lutz especially for World Audio Drama Day 2020, 63audio presents a scenario unlike anything seen in any Marx Bros. film:
Mr. Woodrow Fillmore Protoplasm is a ghost-hunter, hired to rid Stately Manor on Long Island of the ghost of the widow's late husband, who refuses to cross over. A little later, he's also hired by an Italian piano player whose brother's ghost won't cross over, either. And then, Protoplasm's son meets up with yet another ghost, who's been hiding in Stately Manor for 30 years! It's spooks a-plenty for our heroes, and for you, our listeners!
Chock-full of Marx-style humor and hijinks, this new play also features two new songs, composed especially for this production by Pete Lutz, and orchestrated by Dr. Ross Bernhardt. Set your Ouija Boards for laughter! NARADA RADIO COMPANY
DISCLAIMER: This production was recorded remotely during the month of September 2020 in the (soon-to-be-historical, we hope) COVID-19 pandemic. Sound quality of the actors' microphones as a result varies. We hope this does not take away from your overall enjoyment of this play. (But if it does, well, there's not much you can do about it.) Thank you. Thank YOH!
Lori Bryant as MRS. BRITANNIA NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE
Frank Gugliemelli as CHIVES
Chris Messersmith as the Ghost of MR. NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE
Todd Faulkner as WOODROW FILLMORE PROTOPLASM
Nick Wommack as JAMISON PROTOPLASM
Jackie Ayers as LILLIAN STATELY
Grace Wagner as PROTOPLASM'S SECRETARY/MANICURIST
Les Marsden as RIGATONI and the Whistle of SHADOW
John Bell as MAYOR GOTTLIEB
Your Announcer is C. K. STANDARD
Additional music composed and performed by Dr. Ross Bernhardt
SPECIAL THANKS to the hosts of "The Marx Brothers Council Podcast", Noah Diamond, Matthew Coniam and Bob Gassell, for inspiring me (inadvertently) to write this play, and to Ms. Grace Wagner, for her enthusiasm for the project and very special contributions to the script.
WHITE ZOMBIE: A Horror Audio Movie
63audio presents an audio adaptation of the classic horror film starring Bela Lugosi, "WHITE ZOMBIE"; one of several special productions for the 2020 Transcontinental Terror series taking place on the Mutual Audio Network in October. Enjoy! NARADA RADIO COMPANY
The story and dialogue were by Garnett Weston, and the screenplay was by Frank Lawrence and Laura Mae. It was adapted for audio and directed by Pete Lutz. Our cast consisted of the following players:
KRISTY GLICK as Madame "Murder" Legendre
KENDRA MURRAY as Madeline
AILEEN CORPOS as Dr. Bruner
MARK KALITA as Neil
PHILBOYD STUDGE as Beaumont and the Carriage Driver
CHUCK WILSON as Silver
EBONY ROSE and DAWN ROBERTSON as the Maids
And JACKIE AYERS as the Vulture
ZOMBIE VOICES were provided by Carl Thomas, John Bell, Jack Ward, and Arno Eggsleft
Your ANNOUNCER was C. K. Standard
Music was by Dr. Ross Bernhardt, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Frederic Chopin, Kevin MacLeod, Claude Debussy and Reinhardt Gliere.
THE THING ON THE GROUND FLOOR – Part 1 (HORROR) On October 31, 2019, the taping of a law enforcement reality show went terribly wrong as an unspeakable terror was unleashed on an unsuspecting film crew. We have the found footage “lost” tape of the legendary Talbert Building Incident. CAMPFIRE RADIO THEATER
WHAT THE CAT DRAGGED IN (HORROR)
Created originally for the Mutual Audio Network's Transcontinental Terror 2020, this is 63audio's first of three special presentations for this year, entitled "What the Cat Dragged In", written by Will Anderson and Pete Lutz. NARADA RADIO COMPANY
Jessica Rainville as MAGGIE
Austin Beach as MATT
Philboyd Studge as MR. HERMS and THE E.M.T.
Delaney Brittingham as THE LITTLE GIRL
John Bell as SERGEANT KAPINSKY
Rachel Pulliam as OFFICER GARRITY and
Ryo-Ohki and Olive as THE CAT
ANNOUNCER: C. K. Standard
Our theme was "Private Reflection" by Kevin MacLeod, obtained under an Attribution Creative Commons License.
Directed & Produced by Pete Lutz
Private Reflection by Kevin MacLeod:
HOOFBEATS IN MY HEART – EP1 (COMEDY/MUSICAL WESTERN) An Audio Theatre Serial in 13 episodes - Time to saddle up pard’ners and join Ruby Buckaroo ‘The Bandit Queen of the Cowboys’ as she takes you on a hilarious romp through the Wild West. In hot pursuit, Marshall Shiloh Brown tracks Ruby to the dusty town of West Buzzard’s Bottom and calls for her immediate arrest.
Once captured, he succumbs to an inconvenient and severe case of ‘Hoofbeats in His Heart.’ And to make matters worse, Ruby’s very jealous ex-suitor Sheriff Huck Buckskin enters, forming an awkward love-triangle between two lawmen and a bandit. With seventeen original songs, the old west will never be the same in this zany twisted musical tale of fake history.
Written, directed, and composed by George Zarr. Featuring marssie Mencotti, Edwin Wald, multi-award-winning voice talent Barbara Rosenblat, and a Full Cast.
HOOFBEATS IN MY HEART – Website Page
PERSONAL DELIVERY (SUSPENSE/ MYSTERY) Well hidden among the trees along the tranquil waters of Lake Waseosa sits the DARK OF THE MOON INN, an unsettling 19th-century bed and breakfast where unsuspecting guests attempt to unwind from the trials and tribulations of everyday life. Instead, they find themselves veering towards that place where wandering minds cross into the darker and stormier depths of the all-encompassing nighttime.
THIS EPISODE: (Co-written with Andrew Joffe) A man asks his dying sibling to deliver a personal message to their mother – and receives her absolute and unexpected final answer!
From award-winning writer/director/producer George Zarr (Little Chills – National Public Radio, Tales from the Crypt – SYFI Channel’s “Seeing Ear Theatre”) comes a five-story anthology of suspense and mystery. Each tale features a full cast, engaging sound effects, and original music.
Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre
HOLY MOSES MURPHY (COMEDY)
Here's a tale of the "Average Joe", the Everyman. A light-hearted look at one man's post-war journey toward making a new, better life for himself. This is "Holy Moses Murphy", Episode 5 of Pulp-Pourri Theatre's first season. Adapted from a story by James C. Lynch, directed and produced by Pete Lutz. NARADA RADIO COMPANY
ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala
EDDIE CROSBY: Austin Tower
HOLY MOSES MURPHY: Carl Yowell
MARY MONTGOMERY: Katherine Crawford
MIKE HANNIGAN: Larry Hutchison
BOX LUNCH GUY: Philboyd Studge
SPECIAL FEATURES CAST:
R.C. Lutz, Philboyd Studge
Created especially for Sonic Summerstock Playhouse 2020, we present a loving re-creation of several sketches from the famous radio comedy duo, Bob & Ray. These sketches were selected from their 1980s-era radio show for NPR. Directed by Pete Lutz and post-produced by John Bell, with music by Dr. Ross Bernhardt. NARADA RADIO COMPANY
JOHN BELL as Bob Elliott
PETE LUTZ as Ray Goulding
"Do you dare to go down into...THE CELLAR?"
We proudly present Episode 3 of Season 1: A weird pulp tale by Robert E. Howard, adapted by Pete Lutz. Set in the dry, dusty plains of West Texas, we bring you the story of an impulsive cowpuncher and a wise old Mexican, and what happens when an ancient evil is released from its burial ground. Starring THE NARADA RADIO COMPANY.
ANNOUNCER: Graham Rowat
CADAVERA QUIVRY (Your Ghostly Host): Angela Young
STEVE BRILL: Lothar Tuppan
JUAN LOPEZ: Juan Perez
TEACHER/NURSE: Julie Hoverson
DOC CASHION: Edward Champion
SHERIFF MAYCOMB: Mark Rigsby
Music for this episode especially composed and performed by Dr. Ross Bernhardt
The Cellar theme composed by Tom Rory Parsons
Stay tuned till the end, for a preview of Episode Four!
Sound effects from the PD and from freesound.org and from Creative Commons License