Beowabbit (beowabbit) wrote,

Come see me perform live radio drama!

I can’t believe I haven’t posted about this before! In fact, I’ve sort of been observing radio silence here, just because I’ve been so busy. But next Wednesday through Saturday, the 29th through 1st, I will be performing in the Post Meridian Radio Players’ performance of Tomes of Terror III. Live radio drama is basically people standing up at microphones with scripts and performing radio-style audio stories, along with life sound effects and music. This particular event is three separate radio dramas, a Hallowe’en-themed episode of The Baby Snooks Show, “Reyndardine”, an original adaptation (by PMRP’s Renée Johnson) of a short story based on an old English ballad, and Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart”, as adapted for radio for the CBC’s Nightfall series.

I’m playing the narrator in “The Tell-Tale Heart”, and plumtreeblossom is doing foley (sound effects) for “The Tell-Tale Heart” and for the Baby Snooks episode. It’s tremendous fun for us, and it will almost certainly be tremendous fun for you, too. All shows are at 7:30; if you want to come see it, I strongly recommend you make a reservation at, since we have lots of reservations already and some of the shows may be sold out. You can reserve tickets online and pay for them when you arrive for the show.

I highly recommend this, and not just because I’m in it.

OK, must go sleep now.

PS — And tomorrow night at midnight (Friday night) you can hear me and lediva, with plumtreeblossom doing a tiny bit of foley, doing a couple minutes from the show on WBZ’s The Jordan Rich Show on 1030 AM. There will also be a section from Baby Snooks, and our director(s? Not sure if the Baby Snooks director will be there) and sound designer/technical director will be interviewed. If you happen to be able to record that, I’d love a copy; I’m not sure whether the radio station will make it available for download.
Tags: arts, diary, lj, local, plumtreeblossom, psa, theatreatfirst

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