Gene: Pete Lutz
Sandy: Carole Krohn
Nelson Boatwright III: Orlando Segarra
Eric: Isla Braly
Charlie McCourt: Paul Arbisi
Tom O'Bannon: John Bell
Servant: Rachel Pulliam
Dr. McBain: Chuck Wilson
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
FINDING HIS VOICE (Suspense/Thriller) The voice-over business intensifies into a deadly game of cat and mouse between three people. The hunter and the hunted crisscross through the worlds of film, radio, and television – until everything ultimately depends on the sound of a single voice. Features a full cast, engaging sound effects, and original music. Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre.
John Bell as Steven Peters
Laura Van Veen as Gloria Peters
David Ault as Zach
Also featured were: Danny Bowman, Keith Burnett, Bill Craven, Joe Curt, Noelle Dupuis, Kenya Dworkin, Eva Eig, David Farquhar, Niko Gerentes, James Hebblethwaite, Hayden Peter Lee, Dash Lucas, Marssie Mencotti, Nicholas Stroud, Rob Tymec, and Judith Norton Wasik.
Written and directed by George Zarr
Runtime: 66 minutes
Performance ©2018 Design Sound Productions / Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre
PROJECT AUDION #30, Season 3 Premiere!
Out of more than 900 episodes that the classic radio thriller Suspense produced between 1942 and 1962, there are 13 shows that are missing, and OTR researchers have tried for years to track them down. One of the missing 13 is "The Eavesdropper," which aired just once - January 3, 1956. No recording has ever been found. Thanks to Suspense historian Dr. Joe Webb, Project Audion is able to recreate "The Eavesdropper" so you can hear it for the first time in more than 65 years - a story of a high-rise murder plot that was discovered and which leads to a double execution.
Our transcribed-live recreation features a cast that reaches from Hollywood, California to Toronto, Canada. Watch and listen as we hope to keep you in...Suspense!
Duane Noch, New Jersey
Patte Rosebank, Canada
Tim Burns, Kansas
Trevor Rines, Canada
Bob Beamont, California
Directed by Ms. Rosebank and produced by Larry Groebe
NOW AVAILABLE from 63audio and The Narada Radio Company!
QUEEN OF BLOOD is an audio adaptation of the 1966 sci-fi/horror film of the same name. It tells the story of space explorers from Earth whose mission to rescue some extraterrestrials who have crash-landed on Mars turns from one of humanitarian purpose, to one of life-saving -- their own lives, that is!
With a stellar cast of Narada favorites plus a few newcomers, and music from the film plus new passages composed by Dr. Ross Bernhardt, QUEEN OF BLOOD is a not-to-be-missed thriller you will never forget!
NOW AVAILABLE on Moonlight, Mutual Audio and Narada Radio Feeds! SUBSCRIBE, Y'ALL.
FINCH IN A PINCH (SUSPENSE/THRILLER)
Featuring Pete Lutz as The Stranger/Finch/Credits
Music by Carpenter’s Notch and audionautix.com
Josei Kage as Nina
Sarah Golding as Waitress
Viktor Aurelius as Coburn
Snake as Thugs 1, 2, and 3
Jeff Niles as Sable
Austin Beach as Grady
AFTER YOU’VE GONE performed by Tanja Milojevic. Written and Directed by Mark Slade.
NYMPH OF DAMNATION (THRILLER - SUSPENSE)
FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY (Implied sexual content, language, violence)
One of our creepiest, sexiest thrillers ever! Orig. rel. 7/6/15, "Nymph of Damnation" was taken from the pulp story by William B. Rainey. This is S2E7 of Pulp-Pourri Theatre, an audio drama anthology series. Adapted, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz, and starring the Narada Radio Company. Certain music passages by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com.
ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala
JANE CAMERON: Aileen Corpos
JOHN CAMERON: Jason D. Johnson
NIKA: Alisha Strand-Mueller
McCORY: Derek Lutz
THE MAID: Kendra Womack
MARIAN REYNOLDS: Leanne King
THE COOK: Inia Campbell
THE HOOKER: Geri Elliff
THE DOCTOR: Alan Clower
THE GYPSY: Lisa Espinoza
BLIND BEN: John Washington
THE BIRD AND THE SNAKE, adapted by Pete Lutz from a story by Clem Hanlon. NARADA RADIO COMPANY
RATED R. The Series Finale of Pulp-Pourri Theatre, "The Bird and the Snake" comes from a 1959 issue of Adam Magazine, a slick "girlie-mag", so not technically a pulp story, yet Clem Hanlon's tale of a Polish-American cop in Chi-town really smacks of the pulp style. I'm proud of this final series episode, and feel that with it, we sent Pulp-Pourri Theatre out with a real bang, and not a whimper. I hope you feel the same after hearing it.
Our theme, and transitional music, was specially composed for this episode by Katharine Seaton. I absolutely love what she did here.
HERE'S OUR CAST:
SOPHY SIENKIEWICZ: Geri Elliff
JERCZY “Sink” SIENKIEWICZ: Pete Lutz
JANI "Johnny Yank" YANKOWSKI: Nick Wommack
LENA MARKOWA: Rachel Craig of Evil Kitten Productions
POLICE LIEUTENANT: Kevin Schuster
DOORMAN: R.C. Lutz
HOODS: Christian Ferris, R.C. Lutz
MAN: George Hatfield
WANDA MARKOWA: Ebony Rose
ALICE YANKOWSKI: Jessica Matthews
ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala
INTRO BY: RHIANNON MCAFEE of "Rex Rivetter, Private Eye" audio drama series
MURDER CASTLE (SPECIAL FEATURE) Sonic Summerstock 2016 presents the Classic LIGHTS OUT Suspense Thriller, “Murder Castle” Performed by the No Sleep Podcast Players. Sonic Summerstock
BATHYSPHERE (DRAMA) Two men, a scientist and a dictator, are sealed in a metal sphere and plunged into the ocean, hoping to break a record. What they discover in the depths will lead them into the depths of their own fears, hopes, and spirits. A timeless political thriller from radio playwright Arch Oboler, originally produced on November 18, 1939. Chatterbox Audio Theater
STAGE FRIGHT 2014 (HORROR/THRILLER) MATURE CONTENT For the third year running The Wireless Theatre Company hosted STAGE FRIGHT to launch the fabulous London Horror Festival. Three plays short listed and performed live to special guest judge Seth Patrick.
First up is the audio play, Special Delivery by Elizabeth Adlington, which focuses on a couple following the delivery of a rather unusual teddy bear. Next is, Tears From The Pillow by Gabrielle Wright, a touching yet spine-chilling tale about a man in a coma (we daren’t reveal any more).
Finally, Pete Barrett’s Forever Amber tells the story of a cantankerous lord with a passion for taxidermy.
The award went to Pete Barrett’s FOREVER AMBER.
THE WIRELESS THEATRE COMPANY
CLAYBOURNE – EPISODE 1 OF 12 (SPECIAL FEATURE) Thompson is an American holidaying in New Zealand after his breakup nearly led to a breakdown. He receives a message from his employer..., multinational communication giant Koestler Industries, that there’s a 'problem' at their satellite station up in the far north of the country, and since he’s over there anyway, he should check it out.The problem is, ‘problem’ doesn’t even begin to describe it. Part Thriller, part Sci-Fi, part Soap Opera, part Comedy, Claybourne was the most sonically ambitious radio drama production ever to hit New Zealand's airwaves. It gained something of a cult following, won a radio award for best dramatic production, and later became the most popular spoken word program on MP3.com. Pronoun Production
STAGE FRIGHT LIVE! (HORROR/THRILLER) Intense,The Sacred Amythest Of Mayanmar and Muse were all performed live in front of a packed full house at London's Etcetera Theatre. Special guest judge and writer of The Rocky Horror Show, Richard O'Brien then judged the entries and announced Jeremy fielding and his script The Sacred Amythest Of Mayanmar as the winner. The audience were then treated to an acoustic music set by Richard himself - including the very apt, Time Warp! The Wireless Theatre Company
THE HAUNTED CELL (THRILLER) An audio adaptation by Campfire Radio Theater of the classic Lights Out Tale of the Haunted Cell as presented on the Sonic Society radio program. Sonic Summerstock Theatre
CAN YOU HEAR ME? - (SUSPENSE) MATURE THEMES! This erotic thriller was written by Thomas E. Fuller. Recorded before a live audience. Atlanta Radio Theatre Company
BULL STUD, HE-MAN MYSTERY WRITER - (COMEDY) A hard-boiled thriller writer with a soft-boiled character solves a case of international espionage with the aid of his domineering mother, his psychoanalyst and a dancing horse. ZPPR Productions