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Jan 20, 2022

In a Dystopian society where poets, artists, and other members of the creative community have been declared obsolete, a young poet faces a trial for his life.

Sole Twin Audios presents another Suspense recreation! This one is set in a Dystopian society and was chosen because of its Twilight Zone vibe! "2462" was produced and directed by Rachel Pulliam with sound design and effects by J. S. Farrington.

Incidental music was by Ross Bernhardt, with the Suspense theme composed by Bernard Herrmann and re-imagined and performed by David Krause.

Featured in the cast were:

Geri Elliff as Announcer

Robin Robbins as 108303715

Jake McAskill as the Young Guard

Jonathan Lee Taylor as the Lieutenant

Dean T. Moody as the Old Guard 

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