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Aug 22, 2023

NBC BEST PLAYS: The Petrified Forest, originally aired 9-20-1953; remade for Sonic Summerstock Playhouse 2023 by the Narada Radio Company

In the midst of the Great Depression, Alan Squier, a failed writer, now a disillusioned, penniless drifter, wanders into a somewhat frowzy roadside diner in the remote town of Black Mesa, Arizona, at the edge of the Petrified Forest. Here he meets owner Jason Maple, his daughter Gabrielle, and Gramp, Jason's father, who regales anyone who will listen with stories of his adventures in the Old West with such characters as Billy the Kid. Eventually the diner is overrun by gangsters, headed up by Duke Mantee, who has escaped prison and is being chased down by the law.

The Petrified Forest was a 1935 stage play by Robert E. Sherwood, made into a 1936 film that starred the principal actors of the stage play, Leslie Howard (Squier) and Humphrey Bogart (Mantee). 

CAST:

Darren Rockhold as ANNOUNCER

Les Marsden as GRAMP MAPLE

Gino C. Vianelli as BOZE HERTZLINGER

Bobby Vela as the TELEGRAPH LINEMAN

Paul Arbisi as JASON MAPLE

Carole Krohn as GABBY MAPLE

Ebony Rose as PAULA

Chuck Wilson as MR. CHISHOLM

Stephanie Stearns Dulli as MRS. CHISHOLM

Carl Thomas as JOSEPH

David Ian as JACKIE and the RADIO VOICE

Dana Gonsalves as DUKE MANTEE

Duane Noch as RUBY

Tre' Minor as SLIM

Frank Guglielmelli as the LEGION COMMANDER

Pete Lutz as ALAN SQUIER

Music was sourced from the public domain.

Recorded over Zoom in July 2023, with actors from Texas, California, New Jersey, Oregon, Pennsylvania and Illinois. Originally released 8/13/23 on the Mutual Audio Network as a feature of the 2023 Sonic Summerstock Playhouse festival.

Aug 18, 2023

SONIC SUMMERSTOCK PLAYHOUSE '23:

BBC Radio 1966 production of John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, remade by the Narada Radio Company.

ANNOUNCER: Julia Eve

GEORGE was played by Dana Gonsalves

LENNIE by Les Marsden

with Pete Lutz as CANDY

Chuck Wilson as THE BOSS

Austin Hanna as CURLEY

Victoria Fancki as CURLEY'S WIFE

Norman Cline as SLIM

Paul Arbisi as CARLSON

Doug Fain as WHIT and

Carl Thomas as CROOKS

Produced & directed by Pete Lutz; mixed & mastered in Corpus Christi, TX by 63audio

Recorded over Zoom in June 2023, with actors from England, Texas, California, Kentucky and Illinois. Originally released 7/30/23 on the Mutual Audio Network as a feature of the 2023 Sonic Summerstock Playhouse festival.

Apr 8, 2023

PROJECT AUDION - The Lineup: "The Scared Schoolmarm Scrape"

Project Audion’s newest cross-country OTR recreation is an episode of the police drama "The Lineup" which hasn't been heard since it was originally broadcast in January 1952. The Lineup was added to the CBS radio schedule after Dragnet became a massive hit, and ran for four years on radio, plus six years on television and a 1958 movie.

The lead cop role (which was portrayed in 1952 by Bill Johnstone, who was a former "Shadow" and “Whistler”) is here played by Ed Dennis, an actual law enforcement officer for four decades. He even used his own handcuffs in the show's final scene.

Our full cast: Ed Dennis / Illinois

Dan Keenan / Colorado

Chris Marcellus / Utah

Angela Young / Florida

John Bell / Alabama

Barry Katz / Florida

Kim Titus / Texas

Denny Thompson / Colorado

Tom Wilkins / Illinois

Ken Raney did SFX from Texas, Denny Thompson directed, and Larry Groebe produced the show.

Mar 27, 2023

PROJECT AUDION #40: I Was a Communist for the FBI

(Orig. rel. 3/10/23) What's black and white and Red all over? “I was a Communist for the FBI”, that’s what - the Cold-War era radio thriller that purported to tell the real-life story of Matt Cvetic, who posed as a member of the Communist Party while actually spying for the FBI. Whether true or fantastic, these half hour “radio noir” dramas put forward the fears which the Red Menace held for mid-century America. Most episodes of this taut melodrama can be heard today, but a handful of episodes are lost, and Project Audion’s March show is one of them. The script to “Citizens of Nowhere” was pulled from archives in New York and is performed by our nationwide cast for the first time in 70 years.

MATT CVETIC: Jeff Billard, MA

KAY MORONI: Holly Adams, NY

ANTON REISLING: Pete Fernbaugh, WV

DORA REISLING: Julie Hoverson, WA

BEEKER OF THE FBI: Caleb Fisher, VA

COLBY: Greg Vestal, TX

ANNOUNCER & VOICE: George Taylor, TN

Production, direction, and audio by Larry Groebe, TX

Jan 16, 2023

In 1786, Robert Burns sent a copy of his book, Poems, Chiefly in The Scottish Dialect, to Mrs Frances Wallace Dunlop of Dunlop in Ayrshire. She was so taken with it, and with him, that she became his patron and later, his confidant.

But the voices of these two strong and determined characters still resonate across the years through their letters. Their friendship endured for a decade before their differences drove them apart. The Lady and The Poetfocuses on this platonic relationship, which was like no other in Burns’s short and eventful life.

The Lady and The Poet is the second play in An Ayrshire Trilogy, three audio dramas which celebrate Ayrshire and its people. The Trilogy is supported by Creative Scotland.

Author

Jill Korn, based on an original play by James Miller

Director

Jill Korn

Sound design

John Boyd

Songs by Robert Burns

Rachel Macpherson-Graham

Narrator

Robert Donaldson

Frances Dunlop

Diane Brooks

Robert Burns

Lorenzo Novani

Jean Armour

Rachel Macpherson-Graham

James Armour/Gilbert Burns

John McQuiston

Other parts

Members of the cast

Nov 26, 2022

Old-time Radio Essentials continues its 3rd season with an episode of Broadway is My Beat – "The Lars Nielson Murder Case"! This one's Paul's pick, and there's lots of police procedural-goodness in the selection, followed by fast-paced discussion of its merits by the three co-hosts. Will our upstairs neighbor call the cops on us for talking too loud? Tune in and find out!

And since we're on the subject of finding things out, while you listen you'll learn if we feel this entry meets the following criteria:

1. Is it truly representative of that series? (Can anyone point to it and say, "Yes, that is what [NAME OF SERIES] was all about.")

2. Is it an episode worthy of inclusion in any and every OTR aficionado's private collection?

So with this in mind, we three bring you, as our thirty-fourth number (but 9th official episode of S3), this episode of Broadway is My Beat, from 9/29/51. We'll introduce the show, play it in its entirety, then discuss it at length. Thanks for joining us, and we hope you enjoy it! 

Please show your support of the podcast by doing any of the following!

To comment on how we might improve OTR-E, or give suggestions for future discussions, please write to us at f6point3@gmail.com . Put the word "Essentials" in the subject line.

Your feedback means a lot to us! A review at iTunes or at your usual podcatcher would be appreciated.

Next Time: Pete uses his turn to bring in a special guest!

Nov 24, 2022

Season Three of Old-Time Radio Essentials continues! This time it's Dave's pick -- but he's invited Essential Listener Marshal to choose something for us to enjoy and discuss. (NARADA RADIO COMPANY)

And since we're on the subject of discussion, we hope to determine whether this entry meets the following criteria:

1. Is it truly representative of that series? (Can anyone point to it and say, "Yes, that is what [NAME OF SERIES] was all about.")

2. Is it an episode worthy of inclusion in any and every OTR aficionado's private collection?

So with this in mind, we three bring you, as our thirtieth number (but 5th official episode of S3), this episode of Mark Trail, from 3/22/50. We'll introduce the show, play it in its entirety, then discuss it at length. Thanks for joining us, and we hope you enjoy it! 

Please show your support of the podcast by doing any of the following!

To comment on how we might improve OTR-E, or give suggestions for future discussions, please write to us at f6point3@gmail.com . Put the word "Essentials" in the subject line.

Your feedback means a lot to us! A review at iTunes or at your usual podcatcher would be appreciated.

Next Time: An episode of Philo Vance!

Oct 22, 2022

Project Audion presents a recreation of the radio series "My True Story." Imagine compressing a whole soap opera storyline into about 45 minutes -- that's "My True Story" -- full of love, heartbreak, and triumph five days a week for nearly 20 years starting in 1943. But only a dozen or so episodes survive out of literally thousands that were broadcast, so this is a chance to hear a show you never knew about.

Our episode from October 30, 1958 is entitled "Mother's Little Witch" and asks the question: "Can a woman, unequipped to earn her living, make a good life for herself and her child?" Our transcontinentally transcribed cast stars Jessica Matthews, Dorothy and John Farrington, Bob Beaumont, Jan Welch, and Duane Noch.

Rachel Pulliam directed, and Larry Groebe produced and provided music.

(Orig. released 11/12/21)

Jul 25, 2022

(Orig. rel. date 7/3/22) Sonic Summerstock Playhouse returns with of this very special remake of a BBC Sunday Night Theatre episode from 1958, "The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial" by Herman Wouk. We hope you enjoy it! It was recorded over Zoom using actors in California, Illinois, Missouri, Texas, and Alabama. Directed by Pete Lutz and starring The Narada Radio Company

Gareth Severn as the BBC ANNOUNCER

Les Marsden as CAPTAIN QUEEG

Dana Gonsalves as LIEUTENANT MARYK

Austin Hanna as LT JUNIOR GRADE KEITH

Tom Konkle as LT KEEFER

Carl Yowell as LCDR CHALLEE

Chuck Wilson as CAPTAIN SOUTHARD

Joe Martinez as DR LUNDEEN

Paul Arbisi as DR BIRD

Rachel Pulliam as PETTY OFFICER URBAN

John Bell as CAPTAIN BLAKELY

Jessica Mathews as the STENOGRAPHER

Ebony Rose as the ORDERLY and

Pete Lutz as LIEUTENANT GREENWALD

Additional voices: Dave Robison, Edward Champion

Music for this production was composed and performed by Dr. Ross Bernhardt.

Jun 29, 2022

(Orig. rel. 6/4/21) Project Audion premieres our latest recreation - a lost episode of On Stage. No recordings exist of this OTR drama from July 1954, so Patte Rosebank in Canada and Tim Burns in Kansas are stepping into the roles that Cathy and Elliott Lewis played on the original broadcast, assisted by Trevor Rines in Canada with music and FX from Larry Groebe in Texas. On Stage was an anthology series created by (and for) the Lewises, who had appeared on so many radio shows they became known as "Mr. and Mrs. Radio." In this episode, "Interlude", two lost and lonely adults who find each other one in a bar one night, and find the paths of their lives changed. This Audion recreation was directed by Patte Rosebank and produced by Larry Groebe.

Feb 2, 2022

Jane Eyre is a classic coming-of-age story where a young orphan girl fights against poverty, persecution, and abuse in the 19th century. The once ill-spirited child is now transformed into a kind, empathetic governess who finds herself paired with the brooding, mysterious Edward Rochester who has a haunting past of his own. Based on the gothic novel by Charlotte Bronte, Rachel Pulliam brings you an adaptation fit for audio with an all-star cast and original music by Ross Bernhardt. SOLE TWIN AUDIO

IN PART 5: (CONCLUSION) Jane embarks on a new chapter in her life without Mr. Rochester's love. Without a friend or a penny to her name, the young woman struggles to survive through treacherous weather and unkind strangers.

Cast (in order of appearance):

Bruce Busby as Announcer

Lexi DeSollar as Bessie/Housekeeper

Marisha Tapera as Martha Abbot

Colette Feehan as Young Jane/Jane Eyre

John Lingard as Uncle Reed

Margaret Ashley as Mrs. Reed/Hannah

Jerry Kokich as Mr. Lloyd/Carter

Gabe Harris as John Reed/Child

Emily Smith as Eliza Reed/School Girl

Rory L as Georgiana Reed/School Girl

Glenn Hascall as Mr. Brocklehurst

Pete Lutz as Robert Leaven/Party Guest

Alexa Chipman as Miss Temple/Diana Rivers

Rhiannon McAfee as Miss Miller/Cook

Dewby as School Girl

Melissa Fry as Mary Jane

Karl Werner as Mr. Scatcherd

Delaney Brittingham as Helen Burns/Rosamund Oliver

Becca Marcus as Barbara

Frank Guiglielmelli as Dr. Bates

Lisa Michaud as Nurse

Abbie Brown as Marci/Woman

Eleiece Krawiec as Mrs. Fairfax

Alexxandra Macedo as Leah/School Girl

Oceane Lanteigne as Adele

Peter Heimsoth as Mr. Rochester

Jarman Day as John

Mindy Rast-Keenan as Blanche Ingram/Mary Rivers

Andrea Richardson as Lady Ingram

 Karim Kronfli as Richard Mason

 Heath Martin as Clergyman

 Paul Arbisi as Mr. Briggs

Cary Michael Ayers as Shopkeeper

 Shane Harris as Father

 Joshua Spector as St. John Rivers

Party Guests; John Bell, Naomi Parks, Evelyn Castro, Trent

Trachtenberg, Rikujo Marame, and Callum Garner

Crew:

Post Production Editor, Sound Designer, Producer & Director: Rachel Pulliam

Composers: Ross Bernhardt (original incidental music),

and Tom Rory Parsons (Showcase Classics Theme Tune)

Executive Producer for Dream Realm Enterprises:  Jonithan Patrick Russell

Feb 2, 2022

Jane Eyre is a classic coming-of-age story where a young orphan girl fights against poverty, persecution, and abuse in the 19th century. The once ill-spirited child is now transformed into a kind, empathetic governess who finds herself paired with the brooding, mysterious Edward Rochester who has a haunting past of his own. Based on the gothic novel by Charlotte Bronte, Rachel Pulliam brings you an adaptation fit for audio with an all-star cast and original music by Ross Bernhardt.  SOLE TWIN AUDIO

IN PART 4: As the fire burns out, Jane finds herself further invested in the mysteries of Edward Rochester's past. Her own feelings come to light as she discovers his involvement with the well-bred Blanche Ingram. Will she ignore her conflicting emotions or will she express them to the one man who she feels is her equal?

Cast (in order of appearance):

Bruce Busby as Announcer

Lexi DeSollar as Bessie/Housekeeper

Marisha Tapera as Martha Abbot

Colette Feehan as Young Jane/Jane Eyre

John Lingard as Uncle Reed

Margaret Ashley as Mrs. Reed/Hannah

Jerry Kokich as Mr. Lloyd/Carter

Gabe Harris as John Reed/Child

Emily Smith as Eliza Reed/School Girl

Rory L as Georgiana Reed/School Girl

Glenn Hascall as Mr. Brocklehurst

Pete Lutz as Robert Leaven/Party Guest

Alexa Chipman as Miss Temple/Diana Rivers

Rhiannon McAfee as Miss Miller/Cook

Dewby as School Girl

Melissa Fry as Mary Jane

Karl Werner as Mr. Scatcherd

Delaney Brittingham as Helen Burns/Rosamund Oliver

Becca Marcus as Barbara

Frank Guiglielmelli as Dr. Bates

Lisa Michaud as Nurse

Abbie Brown as Marci/Woman

Eleiece Krawiec as Mrs. Fairfax

Alexxandra Macedo as Leah/School Girl

Oceane Lanteigne as Adele

Peter Heimsoth as Mr. Rochester

Jarman Day as John

Mindy Rast-Keenan as Blanche Ingram/Mary Rivers

Andrea Richardson as Lady Ingram

 Karim Kronfli as Richard Mason

 Heath Martin as Clergyman

 Paul Arbisi as Mr. Briggs

Cary Michael Ayers as Shopkeeper

 Shane Harris as Father

 Joshua Spector as St. John Rivers

Party Guests; John Bell, Naomi Parks, Evelyn Castro, Trent

Trachtenberg, Rikujo Marame, and Callum Garner

Crew:

Post Production Editor, Sound Designer, Producer & Director: Rachel Pulliam

Composers: Ross Bernhardt (original incidental music),

and Tom Rory Parsons (Showcase Classics Theme Tune)

Executive Producer for Dream Realm Enterprises:  Jonithan Patrick Russell

Feb 2, 2022

Jane Eyre is a classic coming-of-age story where a young orphan girl fights against poverty, persecution, and abuse in the 19th century. The once ill-spirited child is now transformed into a kind, empathetic governess who finds herself paired with the brooding, mysterious Edward Rochester who has a haunting past of his own. Based on the gothic novel by Charlotte Bronte, Rachel Pulliam brings you an adaptation fit for audio with an all-star cast and original music by Ross Bernhardt. SOLE TWIN AUDIO

IN PART 3: Accepting her post as governess, Jane arrives at Thornfield more contented than ever. She befriends the housekeeper, Mrs. Fairfax, and enjoys teaching the young French girl called Adele. But what of her employer, the ever-absent Edward Rochester? Will he become her ally or will he provoke fear in her like the wild laughter she often hears in the darkened hallways?

You can find the first two parts of this saga right here at Moonlight Audio, at the following links:

https://moonlightaudio.libsyn.com/jane-eyre-pt-1-showcase-classics

https://moonlightaudio.libsyn.com/jane-eyre-pt-2-showcase-classics

Cast (in order of appearance):

Bruce Busby as Announcer

Lexi DeSollar as Bessie/Housekeeper

Marisha Tapera as Martha Abbot

Colette Feehan as Young Jane/Jane Eyre

John Lingard as Uncle Reed

Margaret Ashley as Mrs. Reed/Hannah

Jerry Kokich as Mr. Lloyd/Carter

Gabe Harris as John Reed/Child

Emily Smith as Eliza Reed/School Girl

Rory L as Georgiana Reed/School Girl

Glenn Hascall as Mr. Brocklehurst

Pete Lutz as Robert Leaven/Party Guest

Alexa Chipman as Miss Temple/Diana Rivers

Rhiannon McAfee as Miss Miller/Cook

Dewby as School Girl

Melissa Fry as Mary Jane

Karl Werner as Mr. Scatcherd

Delaney Brittingham as Helen Burns/Rosamund Oliver

Becca Marcus as Barbara

Frank Guiglielmelli as Dr. Bates

Lisa Michaud as Nurse

Abbie Brown as Marci/Woman

Eleiece Krawiec as Mrs. Fairfax

Alexxandra Macedo as Leah/School Girl

Oceane Lanteigne as Adele

Peter Heimsoth as Mr. Rochester

Jarman Day as John

Mindy Rast-Keenan as Blanche Ingram/Mary Rivers

Andrea Richardson as Lady Ingram

 Karim Kronfli as Richard Mason

 Heath Martin as Clergyman

 Paul Arbisi as Mr. Briggs

Cary Michael Ayers as Shopkeeper

 Shane Harris as Father

 Joshua Spector as St. John Rivers

Party Guests; John Bell, Naomi Parks, Evelyn Castro, Trent

Trachtenberg, Rikujo Marame, and Callum Garner

Crew:

Post Production Editor, Sound Designer, Producer & Director: Rachel Pulliam

Composers: Ross Bernhardt (original incidental music),

and Tom Rory Parsons (Showcase Classics Theme Tune)

Executive Producer for Dream Realm Enterprises:  Jonithan Patrick Russell

 

Sep 27, 2021

Pulp-Pourri Theatre Season 1 Episode 11, Blood Has Sticky Fingers (NARADA RADIO COMPANY)

In this "lost episode" of Pulp-Pourri Theatre from Season 1, first released in July 2014, we explore the espionage genre of pulp-fiction. This story by John Bard, adapted and directed by Pete Lutz, came from an issue of Spicy Adventure Stories, and it's definitely PG-13. Enjoy!

CAST:

ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala

SANGRE BROWN: Andres Elizondo II

PETRA: Debby Leal-Ramirez

MESSENGER: Juan Perez

OLD HARDHEAD: Bob Ericson

SPECIAL FEATURES CAST:

Stanhope Studge, Nick Wommack, Austin Hanna, Larry Hutchison, Lisa McGrew, Keane Lutz, Philboyd Studge

Jun 27, 2021

CLASSIC RADIO ROAD SHOW presents: "Miss Fury: The Ace in the Hole"! 

Adapted by Lance Roger Axt, from the golden-age comic strip created by Tarpé Mills! Socialite Marla Drake dons the skintight panther-skin suit she inherited from her adventurer uncle, and gains the strength of ten men! With this she fights crime in New York City and beyond. In this premiere episode, Miss Fury fights Nazis and saves the Empire State Building!

Directed by Duane Noch

Jun 2, 2021

From the 2017 KCAL Old Time Radio Troupe Summer Spectacular show performed July 7-9, 2017. This is an episode of the old-time radio show "Dragnet". The episode that is reproduced is "The Big Cat" and originally aired on June 15, 1954.

Featured in this episode:

Norman Cline as Frank Smith

Doug Fain as Joe Friday

David Damron as Clarence Havill and Sidney Norton

Denise Cline as Lillian Havill. 

We have attempted to make this sound just like it would have back in 1954 on a vintage radio set including the quality of the sound.

Apr 2, 2021

Jane Eyre is a classic coming-of-age story where a young orphan girl fights against poverty, persecution, and abuse in the 19th century. The once ill-spirited child is now transformed into a kind, empathetic governess who finds herself paired with the brooding, mysterious Edward Rochester who has a haunting past of his own. Based on the gothic novel by Charlotte Bronte, Rachel Pulliam brings you an adaptation fit for audio with an all-star cast and original music by Ross Bernhardt. 

Cast (in order of appearance):

Bruce Busby as Announcer

Lexi DeSollar as Bessie/Housekeeper

Marisha Tapera as Martha Abbot

Colette Feehan as Young Jane/Jane Eyre

John Lingard as Uncle Reed

Margaret Ashley as Mrs. Reed/Hannah

Jerry Kokich as Mr. Lloyd/Carter

Gabe Harris as John Reed/Child

Emily Smith as Eliza Reed/School Girl

Rory L as Georgiana Reed/School Girl

Glenn Hascall as Mr. Brocklehurst

Pete Lutz as Robert Leaven/Party Guest

Alexa Chipman as Miss Temple/Diana Rivers

Rhiannon McAfee as Miss Miller/Cook

Dewby as School Girl

Melissa Fry as Mary Jane

Karl Werner as Mr. Scatcherd

Delaney Brittingham as Helen Burns/Rosamund Oliver

Becca Marcus as Barbara

Frank Guiglielmelli as Dr. Bates

Lisa Michaud as Nurse

Abbie Brown as Marci/Woman

Eleiece Krawiec as Mrs. Fairfax

Alexxandra Macedo as Leah/School Girl

Oceane Lanteigne as Adele

Peter Heimsoth as Mr. Rochester

Jarman Day as John

Mindy Rast-Keenan as Blanche Ingram/Mary Rivers

Andrea Richardson as Lady Ingram

 Karim Kronfli as Richard Mason

 Heath Martin as Clergyman

 Paul Arbisi as Mr. Briggs

Cary Michael Ayers as Shopkeeper

 Shane Harris as Father

 Joshua Spector as St. John Rivers

Party Guests; John Bell, Naomi Parks, Evelyn Castro, Trent

Trachtenberg, RikujoMarame, and Callum Garner

Dec 1, 2020

Penned in 1847, Emily Bronte's story of love, hate, and revenge has remained an eternal classic. Heathcliff, a foundling boy, is taken in by the kind Mr. Earnshaw and raised with his own children, Cathy and Hindley. While Hindley's jealousy grows, Cathy finds the boy endearing and together they form an inseparable bond. Despite her connection and love for Heathcliff, Cathy struggles with fulfilling society's expectations of her to marry a rich man or the desire to follow her heart: Heathcliff. SOLE TWIN AUDIO

John Bell as the Announcer and Lockwood

Karl Werner as Heathcliff

Mindy Rast-Keenan as Isabella

Marisha Tapera as Ellen

Alexa Chipman as Cathy

Karim Kronfli as Earnshaw

Rachel Pulliam as Young Heathcliff

Emily Smith as Young Cathy

Gabriel Harris as Young Hindley

David Ault as Hindley

Pete Lutz as Edgar Linton

John Lingard as Joseph

Jerry Kokich as Dr Kenneth

Alex Gilmour as Servant

Directed by Rachel Pulliam

Nov 28, 2020

Penned in 1847, Emily Bronte's story of love, hate, and revenge has remained an eternal classic. Heathcliff, a foundling boy, is taken in by the kind Mr. Earnshaw and raised with his own children, Cathy and Hindley. While Hindley's jealousy grows, Cathy finds the boy endearing and together they form an inseparable bond. Despite her connection and love for Heathcliff, Cathy struggles with fulfilling society's expectations of her to marry a rich man or the desire to follow her heart: Heathcliff. SOLE TWIN AUDIO

John Bell as the Announcer and Lockwood

Karl Werner as Heathcliff

Mindy Rast-Keenan as Isabella

Marisha Tapera as Ellen

Alexa Chipman as Cathy

Karim Kronfli as Earnshaw

Rachel Pulliam as Young Heathcliff

Emily Smith as Young Cathy

Gabriel Harris as Young Hindley

David Ault as Hindley

Pete Lutz as Edgar Linton

John Lingard as Joseph

Jerry Kokich as Dr Kenneth

Alex Gilmour as Servant

Directed by Rachel Pulliam

Nov 26, 2020

Penned in 1847, Emily Bronte's story of love, hate, and revenge has remained an eternal classic. Heathcliff, a foundling boy, is taken in by the kind Mr. Earnshaw and raised with his own children, Cathy and Hindley. While Hindley's jealousy grows, Cathy finds the boy endearing and together they form an inseparable bond. Despite her connection and love for Heathcliff, Cathy struggles with fulfilling society's expectations of her to marry a rich man or the desire to follow her heart: Heathcliff. SOLE TWIN AUDIO

John Bell as the Announcer and Lockwood

Karl Werner as Heathcliff

Mindy Rast-Keenan as Isabella

Marisha Tapera as Ellen

Alexa Chipman as Cathy

Karim Kronfli as Earnshaw

Rachel Pulliam as Young Heathcliff

Emily Smith as Young Cathy

Gabriel Harris as Young Hindley

David Ault as Hindley

Pete Lutz as Edgar Linton

John Lingard as Joseph

Jerry Kokich as Dr Kenneth

Alex Gilmour as Servant

Directed by Rachel Pulliam

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

Aug 12, 2020

PULP-POURRI THEATRE S1 E7: THE BETTER MAN

Orig. rel. 5/6/14,  "The Better Man" is adapted from an Untamed Frontier-Fiction short story of the same name by Harold DePolo, currently in the public domain.  This is Season 1 Episode 7 of Pulp-Pourri Theatre, which is adapted, directed and produced by Pete Lutz.  All materials such as sound effects and incidental music in this production were sourced from the public domain. NARADA RADIO COMPANY

CAST:

ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala

THE OLD-TIMER: Gene Giggy

CHET RAND: Matthew Willoughby

GEORGES "BULLY" LAFITTE: RC Lutz

SALLY DONOVAN "SQUARE DEAL" O'BRIEN: Geri Elliff

ROUX REGRETTE: Katherine Crawford

PROSPECTOR: Juan Perez

HALF-BREED JEAN: Dana Gonsalves

JIM THE TRAPPER: Micah Blain

ADDITIONAL VOICES: Teddi Giggy, Michele Cotter, Skeeter Ullman, Philboyd Studge

SPECIAL FEATURES CAST:

RC Lutz, Darren Rockhold, Katherine Crawford, Philboyd Studge, Keane Lutz

Feb 19, 2015

OEDIPUS THE KING ACT 3 (DRAMA) The king of Thebes investigates an act of violence that has angered the gods -- but the truth he uncovers threatens to destroy him. Chatterbox presents Sophocles' seminal tragedy in a contemporary translation by Ian Johnston. Act three of three. Chatterbox Audio Theater

 

Feb 11, 2015

OEDIPUS THE KING ACT 2 (DRAMA) The king of Thebes investigates an act of violence that has angered the gods -- but the truth he uncovers threatens to destroy him. Chatterbox presents Sophocles' seminal tragedy in a contemporary translation by Ian Johnston. Act two of three. Chatterbox Audio Theater

 

Feb 7, 2015

OEDIPUS THE KING ACT I (DRAMA) The king of Thebes investigates an act of violence that has angered the gods -- but the truth he uncovers threatens to destroy him. Chatterbox presents Sophocles' seminal tragedy in a contemporary translation by Ian Johnston. Act one of three. Chatterbox Audio Theater

 

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