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John Lithgow on Playing a “Flamboyant” (Yet Reclusive) Writer in James Patterson Audio Drama ‘The Guilty’
Fans of John Lithgow may not get to see his face in his latest role. However, hearing his signature voice in James Patterson and Duane Swierczynski’s Audible Original drama The Guilty contributes to a highly immersive audio experience. The actor voices the reclusive, wildly successful writer Osmond Box, performing alongside Bryce Dallas Howard, Aldis Hodge, Corey Stoll, Marsha Stephanie Blake, Stephen DeRosa, Julie White, Danny Burstein and Peter Gallagher. “There were so many elements there that appealed to me. James Patterson for one thing — the fact that Audible had invited him to experiment with audio drama, something that I’ve been doing...
Vanitas Arts Celebrates ‘Hidden’ Black Suffragette with launch of brand new audio drama in Black History Month UK 2021
This podcast tells the story of one of the most important Black female activists in American history. An educationalist, civil rights leader and suffragette, Mary McLeod Bethune who changed the lives of many African Americans against the backdrop of facing the danger of the Ku Klux Klan and their supporters.
This is turning out to be a big week for steampunk-related Kickstarter campaigns. Any one of these would be a top story most weeks: The Girl Genius RPG; a new audio drama from the creator of Boston Metaphysical Society; and City of the Great Machine, a new steampunk-themed tabletop game.
One of the two rehearsals for Barely There Theatre’s October project, Ghost Light. Featuring Adam Cerny and Alexander Richardson. A lonely theatre ghost hasn't yet realized they've passed away in this one-person audio drama from Barely There Theatre.This month's play will be performed twice, by two separate actors. The goal is...
Inspired by the talents of the sea shanty group, The Longest Johns, my friend Megan translated the lyrics from an old shanty called "Santiana" into a fictional language called Sanavran, which she invented many years ago. This language is used for the Elvan speech and magical incantations found throughout the fantasy audio drama, "The Call of the Flame." Well, inspiration begets inspiration, it would seem, and her translation of this sea shanty got me back in front of my microphone for the first time in a long time to record some music!
You can relive Toronto’s only race riot by taking an audio tour of the neighbourhood where Jews and Italians fought Nazi supporters with their fists, bricks, lead pipes, baseball bats and broken glass from dusk until dawn on Aug. 16, 1933. The free audio tour The Christie Pits Riot, developed...
Neil Gaiman says that he long hoped to turn The Sandman into a serialized audio drama, and made multiple attempts to do so, dating back to 1992. Audible’s The Sandman audio drama was a project nearly three decades in the making, series creator Neil Gaiman pointed out during a New York Comic Con 2021 panel.
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The Horror Show
A quick primer of the content coming to Barely There Theatre in October. This month, we’re staging the same show twice to explore what different actors can bring to the same role. Tune in tomorrow for when we drop two plays!. Other Episodes. October 13, 2021 Mature Content. A lonely...
I don’t think I could love Rege-Jean “The God” Page any more than I already do. Not only is the man gorgeous with the best brooding face, he is also a great actor, thoughtful, and pro-feminism. From his turn on SNL, we know that Rege has great comedic timing. We also got a glimpse of Rege’s vocal chops…
VANCOUVER – Re-Imagined Radio, produced by John Barber of Washington State University Vancouver’s Creative Media and Digital Culture Program, will celebrate World Audio Day Oct. 18 with a broadcast of The War of the Worlds. Barber calls it “the most (in)famous radio drama of all time.”. The War of the...
Daisy Ridley has leant her voice talents for Audible thriller Zoetrope, playing an employee who finds herself in the middle of events when her boss is found dead. Written by Bloodlands‘ Chris Brandon and executive produced by Mercurio, the series sees Ridley’s character Tamsin find her boss dead on her bathroom floor, and while she pleads innocence, a detective on the case remains suspicious.
"It was crucial that the interviews covered the personal aspects of these women’s lives as well as explaining about the critical influence they had..." This year marks 120 years since the Nobel Prizes were first awarded. There are only 57 women who have been awarded a Nobel Prize out of more than 900 recipients. One notable woman was Marie Curie, who received two Nobel prizes.
Big Finish has announced that Bayban the Butcher will be returning to The Worlds of Blake’s 7 in a brand new audio drama this December. Colin Baker will make his return as the career criminal that first appeared in the 1980 episode City at the Edge of the World, only this time he’s bigger and badder.
VANCOUVER, Wash. – Re-Imagined Radio, produced by John Barber of Washington State University Vancouver’s Creative Media and Digital Culture Program, will celebrate World Audio Day Oct. 18 with a broadcast of “The War of the Worlds. Barber calls it “the most (in)famous radio drama of all time.”. “The War of...