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3.6 hrs • Dec/08/2015 • Audio Theater
IN THE EMBERSAn Independent Feature-Length Audio Drama by Brian Price and Jerry StearnsLength: 215 minutes (3 hours, 35 minutes, 50 seconds)Authors: Brian Price; Jerry StearnsNarrators (in this order): Edwin Strout, Robin Miles, Olivia DuFord, Dawn Krosnowski, Gordon Smuder, Susanne Becker, Tom Joyal, Charlie Meitzner, Dean Johnson, Jacquie Maddix, E. G. Bailey, (interview extras: Joe Bevilacqua, Jerry Stearns, Brian Price)(c) (p) 2015 Brian Price and Jerry Stearns, Great Northern Audio, in association with Waterlogg ProductionsDescription:A song, a pressed flower, and the sound of two girl’s voices recovered from a burned wooden beam by using a brand new laser technique to read a charred surface like the grooves of an old 78rpm record. These are the clues that archaeologist, Digger Morgan, discovers while working on a routine dig at a Maryland Plantation. Who were the girls? When was the fire? The answers all lead to 1920s jazz pioneer, Kit Jeffers, whose voice mysteriously appears on Digger’s computer and whose existence remains haunted by a singular tragic event.With the sound design, rhythm and detail of an independent film, IN THE EMBERS stars Audie-Award winner, Robin Miles, and features an original score, inventive sound effects and a fine ensemble cast.BONUS TRACKS: Music from the production and interviews with the cast.CAST: Edwin Strout – Digger Morgan Robin Miles – Kit Jeffers Olivia DuFord – Young Alice Jeffers Dawn Krosnowski – Susan Gordon Smuder – Tom Susanne Becker – Cindy Tom Joyal – Berringer Charlie Meitzner – Denny Dean Johnson – Epstein Jacquie Maddix – Old Alice E. G. Bailey – Reynolds IN THE EMBERS Review:“The story is excellent, the music is excellent, the audio quality is excellent, and so are the actors. This is a drama that goes in the permanent collection.” — Scott Danielson, SFFaudio.com“Fascinating story, with some terrific performances.” — Stefan Rudnicki, actor and narratorAvailable Formats: CD, MP3 CD, Digital Rental0.5 hrs • Sep/15/2015 • Audio Theater
A full-cast comedy production from the Great Northern Audio TheatreTreasure hunters board a three hundred-year-old generation starship, the Professor Irwin Corey, in search of legendary jewels. As usual, they find pirates, adventures, adorable children, and plenty of squeaky toys.Available Formats:0.5 hrs • Sep/15/2015 • Audio Theater
A full-cast comedy production recorded live at Convergence in Bloomington, MinnesotaVillains on Parade, starring Chuck McCann, Wally Wingert, and the rest of our usual troupe, features an evil sorceress, bumbling henchmen, the annual Storming of the Castle, the Plunderers Day Parade, the Lost Orc Commentaries, and other extreme silliness. The bad guys have their say, and the pros take the stage and bring down the castle.Additional pieces include a closeup of the Plunderers Day Parade and “Unrelated Random Short Form Bad Guy Cliché Community and Dinner Theater” (the title is almost longer than the bit itself).Available Formats: Digital RentalDownloadAlso: Digital Rental0.5 hrs • Sep/15/2015 • Audio Theater
A full-cast comedy production recorded live in MinneapolisCyber Bob is the ultimate old-school computer pro. There isn’t a system out there that he can’t hack with just a couple of punch cards, so he’s ideally suited to answer the question the Silicon Kid and Nadia, the most super of all supermodels, want answered: Is the Kid a boy or just another $200 billion android?Available Formats: Digital Rental0.6 hrs • Sep/15/2015 • Audio Theater
A full-cast comedy production recorded live at Convergence in Bloomington, MinnesotaWhat does it take to jump-start an economy? Why, consumers! So what do politicians do to jump-start an economy? They create millions of new consumers by emancipating creatures and monsters, real and fictional. But is the public ready to accept creature-made entertainment features? What do politicians care?Available Formats: Digital Rental0.6 hrs • Sep/15/2015 • Audio Theater
A veritable cornucopia of silliness and misinformation, Jokes in Space will give you the latest on abandoned warehouses, dead Tribbles, interstellar disasters, Internet get-rich scams, and tips to sell your planet in today’s competitive marketplace.Jokes in Space was performed before a live audience, and the listener is assured that no plots were used or harmed during the making of this production.Available Formats: Digital Rental0.6 hrs • Sep/15/2015 • Audio Theater
A full-cast production recorded live at Convergence in Bloomington, MinnesotaThe Ramon Raquello Orchestra was supposed to get their big break that night in 1938, on Orson Welles’ Mercury Theater show, but they kept getting cut off. The rest of that program became famous. Still is. But what happened to the band? We join them many years later at a reunion, and it seems that they can’t seem to escape the influence of the Martians.Available Formats: Digital Rental0.5 hrs • Sep/15/2015 • Audio Theater
A full-cast comedy production recorded live at Convergence in Bloomington, MinnesotaPeter Galaxy and his sidekick, Dr. Simon, used to be big stars on the radio. Now they’re just two retired actors playing cards on the front porch and riding herd on the grandchildren. But can these two old-timers find work for three hundred billion illegal aliens? Yeah, we wondered about that question too.We’ve always wondered what would happen if two of our favorite worlds were to collide. When Star Wars veteran and Dr. Who alumnus the late Michael Sheard joined David Ossman of the Firesign Theatre (and the voice of Mark Time himself) on stage, we found out: the universe got funnier. That’s valuable information.Available Formats:0.5 hrs • Sep/15/2015 • Audio Theater
A full-cast comedy production recorded live at Convergence in Bloomington, MinnesotaThe rogue comet Skippy is headed right for Big City. The mayor is looking for a superhero to save everyone, but most of them are busy at the moment. Super Pal is discussed, but he isn’t their first choice. In this superhero mockumentary, we hear about Super Pal from his friends, his agent, and his girlfriend, and we find out about his childhood.Available Formats:0.5 hrs • Sep/15/2015 • Audio Theater
A full-cast comedy production recorded live at Convergence in Bloomington, MinnesotaPangborn arrives unexpectedly on a lighthouse in space, startling the caretaker and his wife. Then Ripley shows up, looking for Pangborn. Then Ripley’s father, space pirate Captain Squid, arrives looking for his daughter, and he doesn’t like finding Pangborn there too.Soon they all discover that the lighthouse is about to be smacked by an approaching passenger space cruiser unless they can do something. A hot bath is suggested.Will they all escape destruction? Will they find out who the father of Ripley’s baby is? How much of this can actually happen in only a half-hour show? Only the listener knows for sure.Available Formats:0.5 hrs • Sep/15/2015 • Audio Theater
A full-cast comedy production by the Great Northern Audio TheatreWhat if computers ran colleges and nobody came to class? This 1993 mockumentry was so far ahead of its time, it has already happened. The droll documentary style would make Christopher Guest proud.Available Formats:0.6 hrs • Sep/15/2015 • Audio Theater
Permafrost is an unincorporated (and entirely concocted) town on the logging road, off the gravel road, off the county road from Big Falls, in Koochiching County, Minnesota. It went into the unusually hard winter of 1887–88 and never came out. Oh, it isn’t frozen in time, it’s just frozen.There is what is called a “microclimate” around Permafrost. About two square miles around the town and a lake are below freezing all year round. It doesn’t get bitter cold even in winter, or warm even in summer, just freezing, all the time. It’s no wonder Permafrost is the ice-fishingest place around.Permafrost, MN is an audio serial in thirteen three-minute episodes about the people who live and work in the town. Together they tell about one important event in the history of the town, and each episode tells a part of this tale with a short story of its own.You’ll meet Finch Shelmerdine and her parents who run the Frozen Filet Cafe. You’ll hear from Bux Hootkins, who lives in Permafrost but has a place in Texas that he visits in the summer because he likes the extremes. You’ll find Melody McCleod, Permafrost’s mail carrier and town gossip who, if there’s not enough to gossip about in a small town, just makes it up. Then there is Les Decksia, town historian, who claims he remembers the threat of a thaw back in ’69. And they are all a little nuts to live in a remote and frozen place like Permafrost, Minnesota.This is a very Minnesota program, with likable characters and humorous situations and events, written, produced, and performed by Minnesotans and richly enhanced with original music and sound effects.Permafrost, MN is one of the plays from the Great Northern Audio Theatre, which creates its own unique, original brand of lighthearted, comic stories that evoke the inventiveness of Firesign Theatre and the sophistication of Norman Corwin, celebrated American creator of radio drama.Permafrost, MN performers include Irene Ruderman, Donna Alexander, Don Cosgrove, Rebecca Fay, David Hennessey, Dean Johnson, Carolyn Press, Mark Sulander, Jerry Stearns. Original theme music is by Mike Wheaton. Radio music is by Darren Callahan.Available Formats: Digital Rental0.6 hrs • Sep/15/2015 • Audio Theater
A full-cast comedy production by the Great Northern Audio TheatreMack Brown remembers all those old Tumbleweed Roundup movies he saw as a kid and wonders what happened to them; they don’t show up on late-night television or in video stores anymore. Driven by nostalgia, he begins to search for the missing films.As he hunts down this elusive piece of his childhood, Mack visits an old friend, finds one of the cowboys who made the original films, attends a gathering of the Tumbleweed Roundup Reenactment Society, and finds himself caught up in a conspiracy.Available Formats: Digital Rental0.8 hrs • Sep/15/2015 • Audio Theater
“High Moon”David Ossman, Kevin Swan, Jane Yolen, Richard Fish, Steve Perry, Kara Dalkey. Sound effects by Brian Westley. Music by David Emerson. Cover by Ken Fletcher. Recorded live at Minicon 32, March 1997, Bloomington, MN.“Tell Them NAPA Sent You”David Ossman, Michael Sheard, Windy Bowlsby, Tim Wick, Irene Ruderman, Preston Ossman, Richard Fish. Sound effects by Jerry Stearns. Music by Mike Wheaton. Recorded live at Convergence, July 2003, Bloomington, MN.“Wizard Jack”David Ossman, Philip Proctor, Melinda Peterson, Jane Yolen. Sound effects by Brian Westley. Music by Mike Wheaton. Recorded live at Minicon 33, March 1998, Bloomington, MN.Available Formats: Digital Rental10.4 hrs • Sep/15/2015 • Audio Theater
The Great Northern Audio Theatre creates its own unique brand of lighthearted, whimsical, and comic original stories that evoke the inventiveness of Firesign Theatre and the sophistication of golden-age radio producer, Norman Corwin. This ultimate collection features eighteen stand-alone satires and comedies, many of which were performed before live audiences at the Mark Time Science Fiction Audio Awards shows.Cyber Bob and the Digital NymphCyber Bob and the Silicon KidSpaceGirlThwack That DirigibleVillains on ParadeJokes in SpaceThe Learning CurveJewels of the 11th GenerationDialogue with Martian TrombonePeterGalaxy: Interstellar EnvoyThe Velveteen SubmissionWizard TalesSuperPalDrummers DomeTumbleweed RoundupSolid State UniversityPermafrost, MNJoe Bev Interviews Price and StearnsAvailable Formats: CD, MP3 CD, Digital Rental0.5 hrs • Sep/15/2015 • Audio Theater
A full-cast comedy production by the Great Northern Audio TheatreDrummer Crowley is finally able to build the house he always dreamed of, a geodesic dome in the woods. That’s because they finally released on CD the three albums his band, Bent Sunshine, made back in the 1960s. He hires a carpenter and enlists his son and daughter-in-law to help, but they find that the inside of the dome seems to contain a different world. Drummer is feeling better than he has in years, and that carpenter? Well, she’s starting to look awfully cute.Available Formats:Loading more titles...
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