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Jul 31, 2021

Centralcasting presents The Son of West Branch and Sixty-Six Trips to Lansing, by Will Anderson

In this special double-feature, award-winning audio playwright Will Anderson presents a tribute to former US President Herbert Hoover.

THE SON OF WEST BRANCH: AMERICA'S GREAT HUMANITARIAN

The Son of West Branch: America’s Great Humanitarian is an historic dramatization looking at the pivotal moments of Herbert Hoover’s life from his early childhood up to the eve of the 1928 presidential election. It was written by Anderson during an artist residency at the Herbert Hoover National Historic Site in 2008. This performance, which stars Phil Proctor (of The Firesign Theatre) as Herbert Hoover, was recorded in front of a live audience of about 200 by the National Audio Theatre Festivals in July 2011 and received an Award of Excellence in the 2012 Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts.

Directed by: Butch D’Ambrosio

Assistant Director: Sue Bilich

Technical Director: David Shinn

SFX Director: Tony Brewer

Live SFX Mixer: Renee Pringle

Music Mixer: Ben Taylor

Intro Credits: Phil Proctor & Robin Miles

Narrator: Madison Wiehe

Hulda Hoover: Suzan Lorraine

Announcer: Rich Fish

Tad Hoover: Terry Hampton

Herbert at age 2: Sue Bilich

Jesse Hoover: Peter Pollack

Dr. Minthorn: Phil Proctor

Sissy: Melinda Peterson

Toby: Tom Wiens

Mother: Sue Bilich

Conductor: Steve D’Onofrio

Herbert Hoover: Phil Proctor

Voter: Tony Brewer

Edith: Robin Miles

Martha: Toni Johnson

Charles: Michael Byers

Bewick: Jack Davids

Secretary: Suzan Lorraine

Jules’s Mother: Christy Jordan

Child: Sue Bilich

Colonel Schmidt: Rich Fish

German Aide: Lucus Keppel

Jules: Michael Byers

Blues Singer: Emily Carlson

Radio Announcer: Rich Fish

Mayor: Bill Chessman

Reporter: Lucus Keppel

Music Director: Dwight Frizzell

Master Mix: Kyle Harris

Guitar: Julia Thro

Drums: Pat Conway

Stage Manager: Jorda Ford

Recording Truck Engineers: Mike Konopa & Kerby Mitchell

Art Design and Layout: Kelly DeBoyer

Sampling Artist/Sound Effects Preproduction/Final Mixdown: Marc Wiener

SIXTY-SIX TRIPS TO LANSING

Inspired by the popular acclaim for the musical "Hamilton," this short comedy script follows the efforts of a professor attempting to get funding for a presidential-rock-musical based on the life of Herbert Hoover. This piece was recorded by actors in isolation during the 2020 pandemic lockdown and assembled in post. Sixty-Six Trips to Lansing was awarded a silver listening award by the National Audio Theatre Festivals at their 2021 Hear Now: Audio Fiction and Arts Festival.  

 

The committee chair: Ted Clayton.   

Vice chair: Jeffrey Weinstock  

The applicant: Andrew Papa

  

Written by Will Anderson and edited by Lucas Nunn. 

Jul 10, 2021

NARADA RADIO COMPANY

We proudly present episode eight, "Night Shots", adapted by Mark Slade from Hammett's seventh published Op story, in 1924. This is the season one finale, and we hope you enjoy it and will join us for season 2, coming soon. 

Join us for mystery and adventure as the Tec takes a case at a farm in the little town of Knownburg, where the invalid patriarch, recovering from pneumonia, was awakened by a shot fired through his window! The deputy sheriff is baffled, and the chief suspect seems to be the son-in-law...in fact, he dares the Tec to find evidence against him! It's non-stop action and intrigue as our hero does his best to get to the bottom of this whodunit -- before the elderly gent -- or anybody else -- gets killed.

ADVENTURES OF THE FEDERATED TEC WAS CONCEIVED BY PETE LUTZ AND DEVELOPED BY PETE LUTZ AND MARK SLADE.

"Night Shots" was directed by Pete Lutz, mixed and mastered by Daniel French of Fishbonius Sound Design. 

Our Cast consisted of the following players:

ANNOUNCER: Darren Rockhold

THE FEDERATED TEC/FARM HANDS 2 & 3: Pete Lutz

GALLAWAY: Jeff Moon

MRS. GALLAWAY: Rachel Pulliam

DRIVER/SHANDY/MR. FIGG/FARM HAND 1: John Bell

MISS CAYWOOD: Angela Young

MR. EXON: Frank Guglielmelli

DR. RENCH: Paul Arbisi

MRS. FIGG: Geri Elliff

THE OLD MAN: Joe Stofko

Theme and certain incidental passages by Dr. Ross Bernhardt

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Jul 2, 2021

KCAL Presents FOUR STAR PLAYHOUSE: The Incredible Annalee

Performed live at the KCAL Hometown Theater, in Nicholasville, KY at its summer show June 25 - 27, 2021, this is the KCAL Old Time Radio Troupe presenting an episode of old-time radio show Four Star Playhouse. This episode, which originally aired on NBC on August 21, 1951, is called "The Incredible Annalee".

KCAL Troupe members are, in order of appearance:

Doug Fain (Announcer)

Denise Cline (Commercial and Operator)

Connie McDonald (Annalee)

David Damron (Jim)

Norman Cline (Pickerel)

Steve Watts (Carlyle)

Jul 2, 2021

KCAL Presents: GRAND MARQUEE: A Man's Home is Her Castle

Performed live at the KCAL Hometown Theater, in Nicholasville, KY at its summer show June 25 - 27, 2021, this is the KCAL Old Time Radio Troupe presenting an episode of old-time radio show Grand Marquee. This episode, which originally aired on NBC on February 29, 1947, is called "A Man's Home is Her Castle".

KCAL Troupe members are, in order of appearance:

David Damron (Announcer)

Steve Watts (commercials)

Denise Cline (Jane)

Norman Cline (Dick)

Connie McDonald (Gladys)

Doug Fain (Elwood Marsden)

Jul 2, 2021

DOCTOR WHO - THE MISSHAPEN PLANET PART 3 - The Infernal Machine

Black Glove Studio and Studio Severn are in no way affiliated with the BBC or Big Finish audios. This is unofficial fan-made audio made by the fans for the fans. We, nor any of the cast involved profit from the making of this audio. Please support all BBC and Big Finish audios. Doctor Who remains the registered and Licensed property of the BBC.

Join the original and First Doctor with his companions Steven Taylor and Dodo Chaplett, in Part Three of the Misshapen Planet. The Doctor reluctantly agrees to assist the Monk with the Shaper and in doing so reveals Overlord Pardok's true plans for the Shaper and the Doctor. Will it all be too late! Find out as Black Glove Studio and Studio Severn once again transport you into the Whoniverse.

Starring

Shaun Hughes as The Doctor

Zoe Jenkins as Dodo Chaplett

Christopher Kovalenko as Steven Taylor

Jerry Kokich as Pardok

Pete Lutz as The Monk

The Doctor Who theme - written by Ron Grainer and realised by Delia Derbyshire

All other incidental music is Royalty and copyright free

 

Jul 2, 2021

DOCTOR WHO - THE MISSHAPEN PLANET PART 2 - The Untrustworthy Advisor

Black Glove Studio and Studio Severn are in no way affiliated with the BBC or Big Finish audios. This is unofficial fan-made audio made by the fans for the fans. We, nor any of the cast involved profit from the making of this audio. Please support all BBC and Big Finish audios. Doctor Who remains the registered and Licensed property of the BBC.

Join the original and First Doctor with his companions Steven Taylor and Dodo Chaplett, in Part Two of the Misshapen Planet. The Doctor rediscovers his greatest irritation when the Monk returns, and the joyless encounter turns disturbing when the Voord’s reasons for the reunion become clear. Find out as Black Glove Studio and Studio Severn once again transport you into the Whoniverse.

Starring

Shaun Hughes as The Doctor

Zoe Jenkins as Dodo Chaplett

Christopher Kovalenko as Steven Taylor

Jerry Kokich as Pardok

Pete Lutz as The Monk

The Doctor Who theme - written by Ron Grainer and realised by Delia Derbyshire

All other incidental music is Royalty and copyright free

Jul 2, 2021

DOCTOR WHO - THE MISSHAPEN PLANET PART 1: The Silent Signal

Black Glove Studio and Studio Severn are in no way affiliated with the BBC or Big Finish audios. This is unofficial fan-made audio made by the fans for the fans. We, nor any of the cast involved profit from the making of this audio. Please support all BBC and Big Finish audios. Doctor Who remains the registered and Licensed property of the BBC.

Join the original and First Doctor in a brand new adventure through time and space with his companions Steven Taylor and Dodo Chaplett. When the TARDIS picks up a distress signal, the Doctor and his companions immediately follow it, only to find that the Doctor is the only one to hear it. Is this silent signal a trap for the Doctor and his companions or a genuine call for help? Find out as Black Glove Studio and Studio Severn once again transport you into the Whoniverse.

Starring

Shaun Hughes as The Doctor

Zoe Jenkins as Dodo Chaplett

Christopher Kovalenko as Steven Taylor

Jerry Kokich as Pardok

and introducing Pete Lutz as The Monk

The Doctor Who theme - written by Ron Grainer and realised by Delia Derbyshire

All other incidental music is Royalty and copyright free

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