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Jan 15, 2021

PULP-POURRI THEATRE S3 E4: The Time-Cutter (SCI-FI)

“The Time-Cutter” is an original story by our producer-director, Pete Lutz. Originally written and produced as a live “radio” drama on the stage at Harbor Playhouse in 2001, Pete revised the script for Pulp-Pourri Theatre in 2014. This production is sponsored by Ō-Sha-Lene Motor Fuel and stars the Narada Radio Company. It's a companion piece to the previously issued "D.N.A. Pit" episode.

John Dark lives in the year 2050 but believes he somehow got unstuck in time and originally comes from another era, one in the past. He makes a living in Celestial City as a time-traveling private detective, calling himself “The Time-Cutter”.  This episode of Pulp-Pourri Theatre outlines John Dark’s latest case, which could, on a very personal level, be called his strangest. Listen and enjoy!

CAST OF CHARACTERS (In order of appearance): 

JOHN DARK: Todd Jones

VIVIAN CHEN: Griffin Greene

BRENDA ROMERO: Katie Loftin

TAXI DRIVER: Mark Hacala

SHOOTER: Julio Herrera

REPORTER: Aaron Kenigsberg

KIM MICHAEL: McKenna DeYoung

NURSE NANCY: Ophelia McBride

ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala

ADDITIONAL VOICES: Emily Carpenter, Christin Sanchez 

Ō-SHA-LENE Commercial Voices: 

Derek Lutz/John Valadez/Michele Cotter/Pete Lutz/Cheyenne Gibbs/Jason D. Johnson/Debby Leal/Lisa Ayala

OPENING ANNOUNCERS: Gene Lutz, Rich Wentworth

PULP-POURRI THEATRE THEME composed and performed by Rich Wentworth 

MUSIC BY THE FOLLOWING (Through a Creative Commons License):

The Good Lawdz, “One For Brownie”

U.S. Army Blues Band, “Dance Of The Stargazer”

The Good Lawdz, “Preachin’ The Blues”

U.S. Army Blues Band, “Bayou Farewell”

Dazie Mae, “I Have To Spend More Time With My Lover”

Kevin MacLeod, “Reign Supreme”

Kevin MacLeod, “Unseen Horrors”

Blue Dot Sessions, “That River Wide”

Kevin MacLeod, “Water Lily” 

 

Jan 13, 2021

SLIPPERY FINGERS by Dashiell Hammett (MYSTERY)

We proudly present episode three, "Slippery Fingers", adapted by Pete Lutz from Hammett's third published Op story, in 1923. We hope you enjoy it and will join us for future episodes. 

The Tec is hired by the adult son of a wealthy man, who was found murdered in his study under unusual circumstances. Fingerprints were found on the murder weapon but they can't be traced to anybody. Join the Tec for an unusual look into police procedure and specialized criminal activity! 

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

Our Cast consisted of the following players:

ANNOUNCER: Darren Rockhold

THE FEDERATED TEC, HORSEY BOY 2: Pete Lutz

FREDERICK GROVER, BOB TEAL: Jordan Bruster

BARTON, DET. PHELS, VOICE OF HAMMETT: Paul Arbisi

NED ROOT, GEORGE FARR:  Jeff Moon

HORSEY BOY 1, DET. DEAN, MARQUIS HOTEL DETECTIVE: John Bell 

JOSEPH CLANE: Frank Guglielmelli

SGT. O'GAR: Jason D. Johnson

DICK FOLEY: Mark Kalita 

THE OLD MAN: Joe Stofko

THEME/INCIDENTAL MUSIC: Dr. Ross Bernhardt

Join us next time for episode four, "The Black Hat that Wasn't There"! AND BE SURE TO HEAR ALL EPISODES OF THIS SERIES, RIGHT HERE ON MOONLIGHT AUDIO!

Jan 11, 2021

2-B-R-0-2-B by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (SCI-FI)

Join us in the year 2000 as seen from the 1960s, in this classic dystopian story by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. 2-B-R-0-2-B (pronounced "To Be Or Not To Be") is set in a different America, one where population control is the absolute law. A dark story but not without a bit of humor. From season 2 of Pulp-Pourri Theatre, adapted, directed and produced by Pete Lutz, and starring the Narada Radio Company.

Certain music passages by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com. All materials such as sound effects and incidental music in this production were sourced from the public domain or other sources, were used for entertainment purposes only, with no infringement intended. Special features between the acts and commercials for fictitious products were written and produced by Pete Lutz.

 
CAST OF CHARACTERS:
 
ANNOUNCER: Lisa Marie Ayala

VONNEGUT: Christian Ferris 

EDWARD K. WEHLING, JR: John Valadez 

DR. BENJAMIN HITZ: Jason D. Johnson 

LEORA DUNCAN: Wendy Sauer

COP: Derek E. Lutz

PAINTER: Pete Lutz 

NURSE: Darrin Ruiz

HOSPITAL ORDERLY: Dana Gonsalves

ETHICAL SUICIDE HOSTESS: Leanne King

SPECIAL FEATURES CAST:
Chip Lutz, Andy Schmillen, Ken Schmillen, Chris Hawkins, Stephanie Jordan, McKenna DeYoung, Maggie Strain, Cheyenne Gibbs

Jan 11, 2021

THE D.N.A. PIT (SCI-FI)

“The D.N.A. Pit” is an original story by Pulp-Pourri Theatre's producer-director, Pete Lutz. Originally written and produced as a live “radio” drama on the stage at Harbor Playhouse in 2001, Pete revised the script for the series' third season in 2014. This production is sponsored by Dromedary Cigarettes and stars the Narada Radio Company. 

Dr. Philip Schaefer is a geneticist in Celestial City who has invented what's being called an Earth-shattering device: The D.N.A. Pit, which is capable of altering any living creature's DNA. Dr. Schaefer wants to use his device for the good of mankind, but forces beyond his control may try to subvert his miraculous device to their own twisted ends! Listen and enjoy!

CAST OF CHARACTERS (In order of appearance):

VENESSA SANTOS: Aileen Corpos
DR. PHILIP SCHAEFER: Dana Gonsalves*
DR. DARREN McCORMICK: Austin Hanna
COMPUTER VOICE: Angela Elgueda Young*
STERLING STEELE: Mark Hacala
HOMELESS MAN/HENCHMAN: Juan Perez

FEDERAL AGENT #1: Austin Beach (of Audioblivious Productions)
FEDERAL AGENT #2: Julio Herrera
GEN. THANH NGUYEN: Pete Lutz
KATIE McCORMICK: Cheyenne Gibbs
ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala

* Original 2001 Cast Member

DROMEDARY CIGARETTES Commercial Voices:


Kristy Glick
Pete Lutz
Kendra Womack
Angela Elgueda Young
Lisa Michaud
PIANO: Ross Bernhardt
 
OPENING ANNOUNCERS: Gene Lutz, Rich Wentworth

PULP-POURRI THEATRE THEME composed and performed by Rich Wentworth
 
EPISODE THEME: "Second Coming" by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech dot com.
Jan 11, 2021

THE EYES OF THAR (SCI-FI)

For this episode from Pulp-Pourri Theatre's fourth season, we journey to the Red Planet for a weird sci-fi adventure that takes place both under the surface and in a completely different universe. It's called "The Eyes of Thar" and was penned by that prolific pulpster, Henry Kuttner.

Kuttner lived a short life, dying in 1958 at the age of 42, but in that time he published dozens of short stories for the pulps, 18 or more novels, and just as many stories for the Golden-Age Green Lantern comic book series. If you haven't heard of Kuttner, perhaps you've read a story published under one of 17 different pseudonyms; his contemporaries felt he'd been cheated out of his well-deserved fame, because his fans didn't know he'd written so many stories under so many names.

"The Eyes of Thar" was originally published under the Kuttner name in the Fall 1944 issue of Planet Stories. The adaptation was written by Pete Lutz in 2014 and recorded in 2016, with some pick-up lines recorded in 2017. Ms. Morizawa's introduction was recorded in 2017.

Stay tuned after the episode to hear a very special announcement for a worthy organization.

CAST:

GUEST INTRODUCTION by Julia Morizawa of "The Bright Sessions" podcast

ANNOUNCER, QUIANA, and THE CREATURE: Kristy Glick

SAMUEL DANTAN and THE SHAMAN: Pete Lutz

 

Musical score composed and performed by Tom Rory Parsons

Post-production and sound design by MJ Cogburn

Pulp-Pourri Theatre theme composed and performed by Rich Wentworth

Opening announcements by Gene Lutz and Rich Wentworth

Jan 5, 2021

FIRST CONTACT (SCI-FI)

A re-imagining of the classic story from the Old Time Radio Show X Minus One. The story was written by Murray Leinster and bought up to date by Gareth Severn of Studio Severn Productions.

Two distant and differing races encounter each other in a chance meeting in outer space. How will they react to each other? Will this meeting culminate in a great friendship or will everything turn sour? Find out when we have 'First Contact'.

Starring

The Announcer - Jerry Kokich

Dave Maresca - Lt. Dort

Pete Lutz - Captain Roger Emmenheim

Emily Rittamer - The Alien

Robert Finch - The Commander

Frank Guglielmelli - Weapons Control

Lashanta Hall - Communications Officer

Rocky Westbrook - Navigation Controller

Lt. Burns - Carson Campbell

Special Credits - Artwork: Stephen Goad

Jan 5, 2021

DOCTOR WHO: THE FINAL GAME - Episode 7 (SCI-FI)

At long last, the final chapter in this special Doctor Who fanfic series from Studio Severn and Black Glove Studios! (See our previous chapters right here at Moonlight Audio!)

The Final Game Part Seven

Two Time Lords. One Last Battle. A Final Farewell.

Celebrating 50 Years of Jon Pertwee and Roger Delgado in Doctor Who

Cast List

The Doctor - Marshall Tankersley

The Master - Terry Cooper

Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart - Tony J Fyler

Sarah Jane Smith - Sarah Wheatley

Liz Shaw - Denise Sutton

Jo Jones - Julia Eve

Mike Yates - Johnny Robinson

Sgt Benton - Richard Gurl

Lieutenant Samantha Thompson - Zoe Jenkins

Corporal Carol Bell - Natalie Chisholm

Corporal Maisie Hawk - Lillian Rachel

San Jackson - Lee Rawlings

Sgt Osgood - Stephen McGrane

Prime Minister Jeremy Thorpe - Mark McManus

The Daleks - James Hart

The First Doctor - Owen McCuen

The Second Doctor - Chris Walker-Thomson

The Next Doctor - Paul Jones

Jeremy Fitzoliver - Gareth Severn

Doctor Henderson - Paul Arbisi

Jan 1, 2021

THE CELLAR Episode 6: "The Defense Rests" (HORROR)

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

Welcome to episode six of our continuing horror/suspense anthology series, "The Defense Rests", adapted by our director/producer Pete Lutz, from a 1938 pulp-fiction story by Julius Long. Joanna Sanders is a ruthless defense attorney who will stop at nothing to get her clients acquitted, until one day she suddenly finds herself unable to do a thing in the aftermath of a particular murder.

CAST:

ANGELA YOUNG as CADAVERA QUIVRY

GRAHAM ROWAT as YOUR ANNOUNCER

Aileen Corpos as JOANNA SANDERS

Lisa Ayala, Katie Loftin, Zoe Jenkins and Rachel Rumler as THE REPORTERS

Zoe Jenkins as THE BAILIFF and THE BYSTANDER

Teddi Giggy as THE JUDGE

Merilee Robinson as THE FOREWOMAN OF THE JURY

Lisa Michaud as DISTRICT ATTORNEY ROBERTS

Jessica Mathews as TALIA

Leo Longoria as COSTELLO

Michele Barnett as DOCTOR ASMAN

Jackie Ayers as DOCTOR GOWANS

Victoria Fancki as BILLIE WILLIAMS

"The Cellar" theme by Tom Rory Parsons

Sound effects created by Pete Lutz, and/or acquired from freesound.org and/or the Public Domain

Music passages from the following compositions by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com:

Symmetry

Shadowlands 2 - Bridge

Shadowlands 4 - Breath

Shadowlands 7 - Codex

Jan 1, 2021

LOST HEARTS by M. R. James (HORROR)

This tale tells the story of Stephen Elliott, a young orphan boy, who is sent to stay with his much older cousin, Mr Abney, at a remote country mansion, Aswarby Hall, in Lincolnshire. His cousin is a reclusive alchemist obsessed with making himself immortal. Unfortunately, Stephen soon discovers a terrible secret at Aswarby that may affect his life drastically.

CAST:

STEPHEN: Austin Mosher

MR. ABNEY: Pete Lutz

NARRATOR/MRS. BUNCH: Sarah Golding

MR. PARKES: Jason D. Johnson

Closing credits read by C. K. Standard

Adapted for audio by Pete Lutz from the 1895 short story by M. R. James.

Produced, Composed, Directed and Sound Designed by Tom Rory Parsons   

Art by Rachel Peebles

Dec 22, 2020

Kraft Music Hall w/Bing Crosby 44-12-21 Christmas Show

Philco Radio Time w/Bing Crosby 47-12-24 Christmas Show

Yes, it's a full hour of music and comedy when Bing and his special guests gather round the microphone for the holidays. In these two examples of Bing's standard Christmas fare, we'll hear the 1944 Kraft Music Hall show, and the one from Philco Radio Time in 1947.

We hope you've enjoyed these holiday selections, personally selected by Moonlight Audio Theatre's curators. OLD TIME-RADIO

Dec 22, 2020

THE NEW ADVENTURES OF NERO WOLFE: The Case of the Slaughtered Santas (CHRISTMAS)

Sydney Greenstreet stars as the title character, which originated in the novels by Rex Stout. Wolfe is reluctant to take on a strange case involving the murders of several bell-ringing, corner-standing Santa Clauses. Originally aired 12/22/50. OLD-TIME RADIO

Dec 20, 2020

THE SIX-SHOOTER: "Britt Ponset's Christmas Carol"

Welcome to Old-Time Radio Essentials, a monthly podcast dedicated to the discussion and evaluation of various episodes of Old-Time Radio. As our title suggests, we look for and try to select those episodes that truly represent a particular series, and belong in every OTR aficionado's collection. And so we present, as our 2nd annual Christmas Special, this episode of the Western series starring James Stewart, "The Six-Shooter". Join us for the full episode, and stay for the discussion afterwards! Co-hosts Pete, Paul and Dave have years of experience listening to classic radio shows and you'll have fun listening to the deconstruction.

For more episodes of this series, search "Old-Time Radio Essentials" at naradaradio.libsyn.com

Dec 19, 2020

PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT LIGHTS WHITE HOUSE CHRISTMAS TREE, 1941 (CHRISTMAS)

In this historic broadcast direct from the White House, hear FDR's words as he lights the White House Christmas tree, just two weeks or so after the attack on Pearl Harbor. With greetings from the Girl and Boy Scouts of America, songs from a choir, and statements from both Pres. Roosevelt and special guest Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of Great Britain, who was visiting Washington at the time. (OLD-TIME RADIO)

Dec 19, 2020

HOTPOINT HOLIDAY HOUR: "The Man Who Came to Dinner" starring Jack Benny (CHRISTMAS)

In this delightful radio adaptation of the famous Kaufman & Hart script, Jack Benny plays the curmudgeonly Sheridan Whiteside, who takes over the home of a wealthy family in an Ohio town, after he is injured in a fall. While the role wasn't written with Benny in mind, Jack's personality is infused with Whiteside's and the play truly becomes his. Enjoy! (OLD-TIME RADIO)

Dec 18, 2020

LUX RADIO THEATRE: Miracle on 34th Street (CHRISTMAS)

In this delightful adaptation of the classic Holiday film, Lux presents the story of Kriss Kringle, who gets hired as 'the best store Santa Claus ever" by Macy's Department Store in New York City. But is he truly old Saint Nick, as the children come to believe, or just a deranged old coot? Find out for yourself as you listen in delight to "Miracle on 34th Street"! Originally aired on CBS radio, 12-20-48.

Dec 16, 2020

SANTA'S STOLEN TOY SACK, A Jake Dimes Christmas Number

In this special Christmas Western adventure, Jake Dimes, Range Detective returns to tell a heartwarming tale of the Old West, so have a seat and lend us yore ears, pard'ners! Adapted, produced and directed by Pete Lutz, from a pulp Western story written by S. Omar Barker. Starring THE NARADA RADIO COMPANY.

CAST:

Dana Gonsalves as JAKE DIMES

Glenn Hascall as MR. PINKELSON

Austin Beach as BRIAR BUCK

John Bell as POP JECKLIN

Owen McCuen as OLD JOE McGILLIS

Juan Perez as JACK JAQUEZ

Agnes McCuen as CAP

Eloise McCuen as KITTY

Aubrey Miller as MARTHA and

Sebastian Ruiz as EDDIE

with additional voices by Lisa Michaud, Philboyd Studge, Ana Ruiz, Evy Elizondo, Crosby Miller, Eva Huckaby, Ian Robertson and Jacqueline Robertson.

Music passages came from "The Winter's Passed" by Wayne Barlow, plus the traditional Christmas carols "Wexford Carol" and "The Holly and the Ivy".

The Jake Dimes Theme was composed by Pete Lutz, arranged and performed by Dr. Ross Bernhardt.

Dec 11, 2020

MIRACLE FOR CHRISTMAS (DRAMA)

It's the Narada Radio Company's 2nd of three very special holiday offerings for 2020, a loving remake of the classic radio drama, "Miracle for Christmas", from the Grand Central Station series, broadcast annually for several years. Our script is from the 12-24-1949 broadcast. In this heartwarming tale, a cynical ambulance driver resents having to work on Christmas Eve; but he soon realizes the importance of his job when the young doctor he is transporting from case to case appears to perform miracle after miracle. You will want to listen to this one again and again. NARADA RADIO COMPANY

CAST:

ANNOUNCERS: Michele Barnett, Dawn Robertson

MAC: John Bell

DR. MASON: Dana Gonsalves

SWITCHBOARD GIRL/ELLIE: Jessica Mathews

DR. GARRETT: Chuck Wilson

DISPATCHER: Dawn Robertson

DRUNK/YOUNG FATHER: Pete Lutz

VOICE IN THE CROWD: Ross Bernhardt

MUSIC BY Dr. Ross Bernhardt

DIRECTED & PRODUCED BY Pete Lutz

Recorded via Zoom in November 2020.

Dec 5, 2020

PROJECT AUDION PRESENTS: "The Plot to Overthrow Christmas"

In this new production, the Project Audion players remake Norman Corwin's classic holiday tale, told completely in rhyme! We learn how the forces of evil want to destroy Christmas, and how a hero comes to the rescue! 

Project Audion was created in 2020 by Larry Groebe of Generic Radio Workshop and this is their 13th production, bringing actors from all over the United States, plus a few from Canada, together via Zoom to re-create the classics of Old-Time Radio. Find more productions (with video included!) at YouTube: search "project audion larry groebe".

CAST:

Doug Fain - Simon Legree, Stranger
Dana Gonsalves - Haman, Stranger
Larry Groebe - Sotto Voce
Les Marsden - Santa Claus
Sally Martinez - Violin, Stranger
Chris Messersmith - Mephistopheles
Duane Noch - Nero
Brad Oxnam - Announcer, Caligula
Patte Rosebank - Lucretia Borgia, Stranger
Lothar Tuppan - Messenger, Ivan the Terrible
Dec 5, 2020

'TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS (COMEDY)

Lovingly remade by the Narada Radio Company, this is Radio City Playhouse's adaptation of Paul Gallico's short story, originally broadcast 12/25/49 on NBC Radio. A newspaperman and his photographer are shanghaied on Christmas Eve by the Editor's bossy wife to find and deliver two goats and a red wagon. Hijinks and hilarity ensue as they reluctantly take on this challenge.

CAST:

Pete Lutz as PERRY BROWN

Dana Gonsalves as AL VOGEL

John Bell as TEX COURT and MR. PETTINGSOLL

Jessica Mathews as RUSTY

Michele Barnett as ANNOUNCER and MRS. BUANACASSA

Dawn Robertson as THE WAITRESS, MRS. PETTINGSOLL and THE BOY

Chuck Wilson as THE BUTLER and THE WAITER

John Bell, Jessica Mathews and Chuck Wilson as THE GOATS.

Music was by Dr. Ross Bernhardt.

Direction and post-production by Pete Lutz

Recorded in Zoom in November 2020.

Dec 2, 2020

THE LAST WIGWAM CHRISTMAS (SUPERNATURAL/CHRISTMAS)

"Uncanny County" is an anthology series featuring stories of the supernatural, the weird, and the macabre; sometimes the stories are touching, other times they're humorous. But they're always extremely well-made and entertaining. 

In "The Last Wigwam Christmas", an Indian-themed motel on a deserted stretch of road is seeing an unusual amount of traffic on Christmas Eve. In Uncanny County, anything can happen, and it usually does.

CAST:

Alison Crane, Todd Faulkner, Emily Edwards, Matthew Hammond, Ron Sanborn, Monah Yancy, William Franke

Written by Allison Crane, adapted from her play.

Uncanny County created by Todd Faulkner & Alison Crane

Produced by Todd Faulkner, Alison Crane and William Franke

Executive Producer: Jessica Walker

Dec 1, 2020
 
Set in the 1960s, a well-loved actor is asked to come back and play the role of a lifetime - but he has to be convinced. It takes a young boy to convince him. Is the boy who he seems to be? Will the actor take the role? What will it ultimately mean? A life-affirming story with a touch of seasonal magic.
 
The Christmas Storyteller was written, produced, and mixed by Glenn Hascall.
 
CAST:
Joe Stofko as Keith Carter
Glenn Hascall as Edward Winfield
Natalie Stanfield as Gloria Joyce
Peter Katt as William Roberts, and 
The Dehnert family as John, Katie, Joanie, Chloe, Rigby, and Henry.
Dec 1, 2020

A Christmas Carol is a novella by Charles Dickens, first published in London by Chapman & Hall in 1843 and illustrated by John Leech.

A Christmas Carol recounts the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, an elderly miser who is visited by the ghost of his former business partner Jacob Marley, and then three other spirits, all in hopes of transforming Scrooge into a better man.

This production is brought to you by Studio Severn, produced and directed by Gareth Severn. It is an adaptation of the 1939 radio play starring Lionel Barrymore, whom some say was the best and only Ebeneezer Scrooge.

Narrator/Belle's Husband/Second Gentleman – Gareth Severn

Ebenezer Scrooge – Glenn Hascall

Bob Cratchit – Rocky Westbrook

Fred (Scrooge's Nephew) – Ted Wenskus

Gentleman (Collector for charity)/Tiny Tim – Steven Walker

Ghost of Marley – Pete Lutz

Ghost of Christmas Past – Larry Oliver

Ghost of Christmas Present – Dexter Herron

Fezziwig  – Owen McCuen

Belle/Fran/Girl  – Zoe Jenkins

Mrs Cratchit – Julia Eve

Martha Cratchit – Sarah Pinel

First Gentleman – Tom Fellas

Mrs Dilber – Natalie Winter

Charwoman – Lillian Rachel

Undertaker's Man – Cary Michel Ayers

Old Joe – Terry Cooper

Scrooge's Niece – Natalie Chisolm

The Cratchitt Children - Zoe Jenkins, Gareth Severn, Joanie and Chloe Denhart

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.

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

Dec 1, 2020

"TODAY'S SPECIAL" (HORROR)

Welcome to "The Cellar", Episode Five: "Today's Special", by our director/producer Pete Lutz, inspired by an episode of the BBC Radio series, "The Price of Fear". It's the story of two friends who frequent a little out-of-the-way restaurant in the Hill Country of Texas. What's on the menu may turn out to be a little...unusual. Bon Appetit! NARADA RADIO COMPANY

CAST:

ANNOUNCER: Graham Rowat

CADAVERA QUIVRY (Your Ghostly Host): Angela Young

LINUS MATHRIDGE: Alan Clower

CAVIN CARSTAIRS: Dana Gonsalves

MRS MATHRIDGE/HOSTESS: Kristy Glick

MME. FEDOSIA: Aileen Corpos

RESTAURANT PATRON: Kevin Schuster

AIRPORT ANNOUNCEMENTS: Zoe Jenkins, Pete Lutz

MUSIC composed for this episode by Dr. Ross Bernhardt

"THE CELLAR" Theme by Tom Rory Parsons

Nov 29, 2020

THE PHILBOYD STUDGE INTERVIEW: Owner of a Fire Extinguisher Factory (COMEDY)

One of several interviews by the Narada Radio Company's globe-trotting reporter, Philboyd Studge, this time he's in Lost Dog Falls Vermont, interviewing the owner of the 4-F Fire Extinguisher Company, Fred Fernandez. 

Written and produced by Pete Lutz

Fred Fernandez: R. C. Lutz

Felicity Fernandez: Jordan Bruster

Philboyd Studge as Himself

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