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Don't Close Your Eyes updates bi-monthly with original one-hour radio theatre productions recorded in front of a live audience!

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The Contest of the Cosmos, or How Divinia von Presterton and Lord Tiberius Q. Braithwaite Defeated Invaders from Another Planet!
<p><strong>Season 5, Episode 5: "The Contest of the Cosmos, or How Divinia von Presterton and Lord Tiberius Q. Braithwaite Defeated Invaders from Another Planet!!"</strong></p> <p>A Steampunk Galimaufrey written and directed by Keith Suta!</p> <p>1901: Divinia von Presterton and Lord Tiberius Q. Braithwaite are assisting their friend, Nikola Tesla, in his latest experiment -- beaming messages into space! Unfortunately, the recipients found the messages a little TOO inviting. Soon, someone has landed in New Jersey and only Divinia holds the key to saving humankind -- or so says renowned psychic Victoria Woodhull! To save the day, she will need the help of her father (though he's only a brain in a jar), Tesla, Tiberius, and re-zombified Benjamin Franklin to save the Earth from invaders from Mars!</p> <p>Featuring: Sarah Suta as Divinia von Presterton; Robert Dalton as Lord Tiberius Q. Braithwaite; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Nikola Tesla and Benjamin Franklin; Sadie Cassavaugh as Victoria Woodhull and Carrie Nation; Christian McDaniel as Henry Ford, Preston von Presterton, and the Martian; and Keith Suta as Thomas Edison and Mr. Announcer! Live Sound Effects performed by Kyle Suta and Sadie Cassavaugh! Music written and performed by Scott Parsons, remixed by Keith Suta!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on July 11, 2015! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production on volume to try to make it comfortable to your ears! All sound effects were analog and executed live by our fantastic performers!</p>
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Old Glory vs. The World of Tomorrow!
<p><strong>Season 5, Episode 4: "Old Glory vs. The World of Tomorrow!"</strong></p> <p>A Four-Star Hero Comic on the Radio written and directed by Ryan Cassavaugh!</p> <p>In 1932 Commander American Flag and the Freedom Squadron of America were the greatest superheros in the world -- but by 1964, times had changed. Super-Villains were no more, there was a New Freedom Squadron keeping the city of Megalopolis safe, and television was replacing radio as the dominant for of entertainment. What is left for a retired crime fighter with a bad back and a heart problem? Not much -- until a mysterious millionaire decides to tear down their old Freedom Lair to put in a TV tower! Is some nefarious plan at work, or has the world just forgotten about the golden age of superheroes? Find out in this weeks thrilling story!</p> <p>Featuring: Pol Llovet as Old Glory, Charlie, and Enchanted Lamp; Leyla Kirschner as Lady Liberty, June Everett, and Kid Speedy; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as The Great Auk, Magic Lantern, and Mayor Applegate; Harry Jahnke as Professor Thinktank, Joe, Mayor Grimpt, Liberty Lad, and Liberty Man; and RIchard Dunbar as the New Commander American Flag, Mr. Mystery, and the Announcer! Live Sound Effects performed by Wren Goodman and Kyle Suta!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on June 27, 2015! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production on volume to try to make it comfortable to your ears! All sound effects were analog and executed live by our fantastic performers!</p>
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Jimmy Ackerman: Monsterologist!
<p><strong>Season 5, Episode 3: "Jimmy Ackerman: Monsterologist!"</strong></p> <p>A Scary Coming-of-Age Tale written and directed by Keith Suta!</p> <p>Jimmy Ackerman is like any kid in New York during WWII: His dad is overseas fighting; his mom works at a munitions plant; and he's got to do his dad's job as superintendant of a small tenement filled with... interesting folks. Jimmy escapes into the exciting and spooky adventures of Doctor Aberrant -- wanting to grow up to be a Monsterologist, just like his radio hero! His friend Cordelia (who is definitely NOT his babysitter) tells him that monsters are all made-up. Until those holes appear in the walls... Until people in the building start dying... Until Jimmy must face a monster.</p> <p>Featuring: Owen Burroughs as Jimmy Ackerman; Leyla Kirschner as Cordelia Loomis; Wren Goodman as Shelly Ackerman and Delfina; Harry Jahnke as Doctor Aberrant, Mrs. Cooger, and Mr. Loomis; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Delbert, The Operator, Mr. Bachmann, and Detective Murdoch; and Keith Suta as Mr. Announcer! Theremin and Live Sound Effects performed by Kyle Suta and Sarah Suta!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on June 20, 2015! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production on volume to try to make it comfortable to your ears! All sound effects were analog and executed live by our fantastic performers!</p>
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Lady Victoria Ramsey and the King of Skull Island!
<p><strong>Season 5, Episode 2: "Lady Victoria Ramsey and the King of Skull Island!"</strong></p> <p>A Thrilling Adventure written and directed by Ryan Cassavaugh!</p> <p>Presumed dead, but merely avoiding her humdrum existence back in England, Lady Victoria Ramsey always seems to find adventure! Or, more to the point, adventure always seems to find her! The Royal Geographical Society has tracked her down and brought her a mission she cannot refuse: finding Prince Leopold, lost on an expedition to the fabled Skull Island! Soon, she and a ragtag group of adventurers are off to the deepest jungle to rescue the prince, and confront its ancient god king!</p> <p>Featuring: Sadie Cassavaugh as Lady Victoria Ramsey and Mrs. Jones; Richard Dunbar as Charles Marsden-Smythe, the Sailor, and Kong; Leyla Kirschner as Manjula, Nana, and the Announcer; and Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Tana, Prince Leopold, Demitri, the Beggar, and the Commercial Shopkeep! Live sound effects performed by Wren Goodman and Kyle Suta! Music written and performed by Deborah Schuerr!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on June 13, 2015! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production on volume to try to make it comfortable to your ears! All sound effects were analog and executed live by our fantastic performers!</p>
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The Not-So-Great Zambronski!
<p><strong>Season 5, Episode 1: "The Not-So-Great Zambronski!"</strong></p> <p>A Sleight-of-Heart Comedy written and directed by Keith Suta!</p> <p>Maria Tura has had enough -- relegated to the thankless role of "lovely assistant" to her unappreciative and philandering husband Joseph, she quits the act and her marriage and strikes off to become "The Great Zambronski" in her own right. She can make up the tricks, but there's never been a sucessful female stage illusionist before -- while she and Joseph flounder as solos, Maria meets Fey, a skittish and awkward young woman who possesses REAL MAGIC. Convincing Fey to be her lovely assistant, Maria tricks an audience like never before -- and soon she will win the coveted Golden Wand Competition of stage magicians! But will it turn her into the very thing she left in the first place? </p> <p>Featuring: Sadie Cassavaugh as The Great Zambronski, Jenny Everygirl, and the Wife; Todd Hoberecht as The Great Zambronski, Colonel Desiccant, and the Husband; Sarah Suta as Fey; Pol Llovet as the Stage Manager, Carmen, Morty, Fteven, Sir, Emulso, and Wah; and Keith Suta as the Geezer, Sigurd, and Mr. Announcer! Sound effects performed by Wren Goodman and Kyle Suta!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on June 7, 2015! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production on volume to try to make it comfortable to your ears! All sound effects were analog and executed live by our fantastic performers!</p>
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The Road to the Big T.O.P.!
<p><strong>Season 4, Episode 7: The Road to the Big T.O.P.!</strong></p> <p>A Road Comedy Written and Directed by Ryan Cassavaugh and Keith Suta!</p> <p>Ryan and Keith return as the characters they were born to play: Ryan and Keith, failed soup salesmen and ne'er do wells! After finding out they have inherited a circus from a dead relative, they also find out they have inherited its debts! The only way to save the show from the evil Malefactora Califf is to head to the annual Tournament of Performers and wow the audience with a never-before-attempted, entirely too elaborate stunt! Comedic chaos and silly noises abound in our fourth season finale!</p> <p>Featured cast: Keith Suta, Ryan Cassavaugh, Sadie Cassavaugh, Sarah Suta, Ryan Lawrence Flynn, Marya Llovet, Pol Llovet, and Christian McDaniel! Sound effects and music by Wren Goodman and Marya Llovet!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Equinox Theatre (now known as the Verge Theater) on July 26, 2014! What you hear is what the audience heard that night with no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable to your ears!</p>
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The Devil and Daniel English!
<p>Season 4, Episode 5: "The Devil and Daniel English!"</p> <p>An Apocalyptic Comedy written and directed by Keith Suta!</p> <p>Daniel English was a wunderkind investment banker, until he lost everything in the Great Crash of '29. Unable to bear his mother's disapproval, he does the only logical thing he can do to regain wealth and power: sell his soul to the Devil! And while he was at it, he over-leveraged his soul to all of the different Gods of the Underworld! Soon, he is the most powerful being in existence... Can he regain his humanity? Can he be stopped?</p> <p>Featuring: Keith Suta as Daniel English and Mr. Announcer; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Sam Scratch, Office Man #2, the Doctor, and Nimrod; Sarah Suta as Mother English, Miss Cerebrus, the Fake Doctor, Persephone, Mania, and the Reporter; Ty Gardner as Mr. Frick, the MaƮtre d', the Patient, Anubus, and President Herbert Hoover; and Christian McDaniel as Office Man #1, the Hobo, Catherwood, Lloyd the Bartender, Asteroth, the Masked rX, Reporter #2, Pluto, and Quetzalcoatl! The Devil's song has lyrics by John Milton, arranged and performed by Ryan Lawrence Flynn! Original music composed, arranged, and performed by Deborah Schuerr! Sound effects and some music performed by Wren Goodman and Marya Llovet!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on July 26, 2014! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production on volume to try to make it comfortable to your ears! All sound effects were analog and executed live by our fantastic performers!</p>
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Elmer and Verne in "ELMR Radio!"
<p>Season 4, Episode 6: "Elmer and Verne in 'E-L-M-R Radio'!"</p> <p>A comedy written and directed by Ryan Cassavaugh!</p> <p>Everyone's favorite old-time dreamers are back and this time they have a get-rich scheme that is sure to work: Build their own radio station! Of course, Bigfish is ready to supply all the licenses and construction for a small fee and a contract giving him complete control! Soon, everyone is caught up in the fever of being on the air -- and they work together to come up with a scheme to save the station for everyone, by faking an invasion of Martians!</p> <p>Featuring: Keith Suta as Elmer Van Fleet and Mr. Announcer; Ryan Cassavaugh as Verne Peabody and Chauncy Avon; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Bigfish, Mr. Willerby, and Professor Darwin; Sadie Cassavaugh as Lillybell Fishbothem, Madame X, and Rosemary Darwin; Ty Gardner as Grandpa Witherspoon; Pol Llovet as Pappy; Christian McDaniel as the Radio Announcer, Rumer Pyle, Widder Minke, the Mule, and Bleepy!</p> <p>Live sound effects by Marya Cline and Ty Gardner!</p> <p>Original music written and performed by Deborah Schuerr! Special theme music by Chris Donohue!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on July 19, 2014! What you hear is what the audience heard -- with NO overdubs and minimal post-production on volume to try to make it comfortable to your ears!</p>
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Rocket Red and the Space Simians!
<p>Season 4, Episode 1: Rocket Red and the Space Simians!</p> <p>A Space Age Comedy Written and Directed by Keith Suta!</p> <p>Space Hero Rocket Red accidentally destroyed an uninhabited planet (uninhabited by humans, anyway) and now must patrol the outer reaches of the Central Order where NOTHING EVER HAPPENS. Beset by boredom, Rocket Red, Andromeda, Chauncy and Bleepy explore a heretofore-uncharted planet and encounters their old enemy Dr. Fang -- who learned her lesson cloning lizard men and is now cloning a much deadlier army! It's galactic gorilla fun with only ONE reference to the movie you're thinking of -- and TEN references to Bob Dylan lyrics!</p> <p>Featured cast: Shayna Gibson as Rocket Red; Sarah Jackson as Andromeda; Sadie Cassavaugh as Dr. Fang and the Commerical Wife; Ryan Cassavaugh as Chancy Avon; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Sayer and the Commerical Husband; Christian McDaniel as Bleepy, and Nesendz; and Keith Suta as Glen Goldmoon and Mr. Announcer! Sound effects by Marya Cline and Wren Goodman! Theme Music by Rob Robinson!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on June 13, 2014! What you hear is what the audience heard that night with no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable to your ears!</p>
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The Time Cabinet of Professor Darwin: The Liberty Gambit!
<p>Season 4, Episode 4: "The Time Cabinet of Professor Darwin: The Liberty Gambit!"</p> <p>An Alternate Historic Adventure written and directed by Ryan Cassavaugh!</p> <p>Professor Archimedes Darwin has spun off into his own adventure as he constructs a time traveling cabinet (smaller on the inside) and sets off to witness the revolutionary war! Unfortunately, it turns out the Third Reich had the same idea! Now Prof. Darwin and his companions must join forces with Benjamin Franklin and the Founding Fathers to fight the USA's greatest enemy again for the first time!</p> <p>Featuring: Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Professor Darwin, Benjamin Franklin, and Mr. Maxwell; Sadie Cassavaugh as Rosemary Darwin, Madame X, and Janet; Pol Llovet as Roger and Josiah Bartlett; Owen Burroughs as Percy Wheelwright; Ryan Cassavaugh as Button Gwinett, Bob, Captain Pine, and the Announcer; and Christian McDaniel as Boris, Gruber, and Thomas Jefferson! Sound effects by Wren Goodman and Ty Gardner! Original music written and performed by Deborah Schuerr!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on July 5, 2014! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production on volume to try to make it comfortable to your ears!</p>
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The Sisters of St. Barbara's and the Mona Lisa Larceny!
<p>Season 4, Episode 3: "The Sisters of St. Barbara's and the Mona Lisa Larceny!"</p> <p>A WWII Adventure written and directed by Keith Suta!</p> <p>St. Barbara's Convent is a small nunnery, staffed by three sisters in a small village in occupied France. They kept a vow of silence until the night Rose Villard appeared on their doorstep, shot in the arm, pursued by Nazis, and needing their help to protect a mysterious crate! Soon, they must all face the notions of sacrifice, war, and the values of art and human life -- as they work together to save the most famous painting in the world!</p> <p>Featuring: Shayna Gibson as Rose Villard; Erin Roberg as Sister Hannah; Paige Johnson as Sister Bibiana; Michaela Renner as Sister Cecilia; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Sturrmann Ziegler; Christian McDaniel as Fleiger Beuys; and Keith Suta as Mr. Announcer! Music and sound effects by Marya Cline and Wren Goodman!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on June 28, 2014! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production on volume to try to make it comfortable to your ears! All sound effects were analog and executed live by our fantastic performers!</p>
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Mystico the Magnificent Mentalist and The Scourge of the Swamp Demon!
<p>Season 4, Episode 2: "Mystico the Magnificent Mentalist and the Scourge of the Swamp Demon!"</p> <p>A Supernatural Adventure written and directed by Ryan Cassavaugh!</p> <p>Mystico and his evil-fighting friend Doc find themselves on the trail of missing scientist Albert Hauser and have followed him to the secret swamp hideout of the fiendish Doctor Malforce -- there they will stumble upon danger, excitement, good-hearted swamp people -- and a surprise real-life marriage engagement!</p> <p>Featuring: Pol Llovet as Mystico and Albert Hauser; Sadie Cassavaugh as Marie, the Swamp Woman, Gretchen Hauser and the Commercial Woman; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Doc Wiley, Doctor Malforce and the Commercial Man; and Christian McDaniel as the Announcer, Carnus, Billy Buford and the General! Original music composed and performed by Deborah Schuerr! Sound effects by Wren Goodman and Ryan Cassavaugh!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on June 21, 2014! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production on volume to try to make it comfortable to your ears!</p>
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Rocket Red and the Nemesis Chamber!
<p>Season 3, Episode 7B: "Rocket Red and the Nemesis Chamber!"</p> <p>A Sci-Fi Comedy written and directed by Ryan Cassavaugh!</p> <p>For our final episode of Season 3, Keith and Ryan switched off writing each others' most famous creations! In this installment: Rocket Red and her courageous chums Andromeda and Bleepy need to save a kidnapped diplomat from a very familiar-sounding Queen and the fiendish Nemesis Chamber! To complicate things -- Rocket Red has to team up with a cadet who may be as talented as she!</p> <p>Featuring: Shayna Gibson as Rocket Red! Sarah Suta as Andromedus Jaxxon! Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Whiz Hyperdrive and Mr. Willerby! Sadie Cassavaugh as Queen Chauncinella the First! Keith Suta as Mr. Announcer, Joss, Elmer and Creepy! Madison Rowley as Computron, Zom and Guard #2! Ryan Cassavaugh as Verne and Chauncy Avon! Christian McDaniel as Zam, Bleepy, Rumer, and Guard #1! Special Theme Music by Rob Robinson! Sound effects by Marya Cline and Wren Goodman!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on July 27, 2013! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production on volume to try to make it comfortable to your ears! As of this third season, all sound effects are analog and executed live by our fantastic performers!</p>
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President Elmer and President Verne!
<p>Season 3, Episode 7: "The Curious Case of the Clockwork Killer!"</p> <p>A Comedy with Everyone's Favorite Old-Time Dreamers written and directed by Keith Suta!</p> <p>For our final episode of Season 3, Keith and Ryan switched off writing each others' most famous creations! First up: Elmer and Verne have just the idea to finally strike it rich -- running for President of the United States! Mayor Bigfish and Ma Brodie Fishbothem are ready to help them run -- the only problem is, which one is going to be President and which will be Vice-President! Soon, they're splitting campaigns and hijinks ensue as the election-day chaos commences!</p> <p>Featuring: Ryan Cassavaugh as Verne Peabody; Keith Suta as Elmer Van Fleet; Sadie Cassvaugh as Ma Brodie; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Bigfish and Mr. Willerby; and Christian McDaniel as Rumer; Duke Rumer von Pylesworth, and the Queen of Sheba! With a special guest appearance by Shayna Gibson as Rocket Red and Sara Suta as Andromeda! Special Theme Music by Chris Donohue! Sound effects by Marya Cline and Wren Goodman!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on July 27, 2013! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production on volume to try to make it comfortable to your ears! As of this third season, all sound effects are analog and executed live by our fantastic performers!</p>
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Linus Graham and the Great Pumpkin Jewel Caper!
<p>Season 3, Episode 5: "Linus Graham and the Great Pumpkin Jewel Caper!"</p> <p>A Criminal Comedy written and directed by Ryan Cassavaugh!</p> <p>Linus Graham, better known as The Black Cat, recalls another tale from his thrilling life of crime! This week, he recounts the adventure he and his trusty butler, Codswallop, enjoyed in the wilds of Montana as they attempted to steal a priceless tiara, and ended up having to play Cupid to several lonely hearted couples and rescue a sure to be prize-winning pumpkin!</p> <p>Featuring: Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Linus Graham and Prof. Archimedes Darwin; Keith Suta as Codswallop; Jade Lowder as Maximilian Wyatt, Ronnie and Charlie; Sarah Coletta as Ruth Wyatt and Mrs. Pollins; Katy Lowder as Stephanie Wyatt; and Christian McDaniel as Charles Russell, Andrew Spaulding, the Announcer, Bert, Ursula, Farnsworth, and the Butler! Music and performed by Wren Garverick, sound effects by Wren Garverick and Marya Cline!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on July 11, 2013! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production on volume to try to make it comfortable to your ears! As of this third season, all sound effects are analog and executed live by our fantastic performers!</p>
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The Curious Case of the Clockwork Killer!
<p>Season 3, Episode 6: "The Curious Case of the Clockwork Killer!"</p> <p>A Steampunk Adventure written and directed by Keith Suta!</p> <p>Inventress/Adventuress Divinia Von Presterton and Lord Tiberius Q. Briathwaite have put aside their differences when they are called in to help the greatest living detective, Sherlock Holmes, get to the bottom of a mysterious automaton killing everyone in Paris named Pierre! Soon they'll face off against Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, and a new villain bent on destroying the world!</p> <p>Featuring: Sarah Suta as Divinia Von Presterton; Robert Dalton as Lord Tiberious Q. Braithwaite and Pierre Bonnard; Shayna Gibson as Marie Curie, the Nurse and the Secretary; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Sherlock Holmes and Francois; Keith Suta as Mr. Announcer, Pierre Le Fou; Dr. Hetzel and Thomas Edison; Christian McDaniel as Henry Ford, the Gendarme, Preston von Presterton, Speedy Burnsfuel, Rasputin and the Clockwork Killer! Music and sound effects by Marya Cline and Wren Goodman!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on July 20, 2013! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production on volume to try to make it comfortable to your ears! As of this third season, all sound effects are analog and executed live by our fantastic performers!</p>
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True Adventures of the Old West!
<p>Season 3, Episode 4: "True Adventures of the Old West!"</p> <p>A Western Comedy of Errors written and directed by Ryan Cassavaugh!</p> <p>Bert and Charlie are on the run from the law when they accidentally help catch a villain much more wanted than THEY were! Mistaken for lawmen, they don't do anything to disabuse the good townsfolk of Wildflower of just such a notion. Heralded as heroes, their celebration is cut short when they are called upon to finally bring in the Bloody Barton Gang once and for all!</p> <p>Featuring: Keith Suta as Bert; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Charlie and Archimedes Darwin; Sadie Cassavaugh as Sheriff Sommers and Ma Wells; Ryan Cassavaugh as Buck Osgood and Black Bailey; Jade Lowder as Reggie Wyatt and the Announcer; Katy Lowder as Ma Wyatt; and Christian McDaniel as Moose Malloy, Mildred Caraway, One-Eye Rory Barton, the Conductor, the Marshall, and the Entire Town of Wildflower! Music and Sound Effects performed by Wren Goodman and Marya Cline!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on June 29, 2013! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production on volume to try to make it comfortable to your ears! As of this third season, all sound effects are analog and executed live by our fantastic performers!</p>
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Dr. Jekyll and the Archaeopteryx Cure!
<p>Season 3, Episode 3: "Dr. Jekyll and the Archaeopteryx Cure!"</p> <p>A Scary Comedy written and directed by Keith Suta!</p> <p>Dr. Hiram Q. Jekyll has made the discovery of the century: a potion that entirely changes one's personality to its polar opposite! What could possibly go wrong? Soon the Hughley Institute is being menaced my a masterful thief known only as The Archaeopteryx -- and a horrifying killer known as Mr. Hide! Soon Dr. Jekyll is the the obvious suspect of Detective Baines, ace reporter Vera Vauxhall, and his scientific rival Dr. Fank Stein! But is ANYbody who they appear to be?</p> <p>Featuring: Eben Howard as Dr. Jekyll and Wrongway Willie; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Mr. Hide, Reporter #1, and Cecil the Intern; Randy Glynn as Dr. Fank N. Stein, Larry Leadfoot, and Mr. Humphries; Kathy Matosich as Vera Vauxhall and Constance Chaos; Sarah Suta as Dame Hughley and The Archaeopteryx; and Keith Suta as Mr. Announcer, Reporter #2, and Detective Baines! Music and Sound Effects by Marya Cline and Pol Llovet!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on July 6, 2013! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production on volume to try to make it comfortable to your ears! As of this third season, all sound effects are analog and executed live by our fantastic performers!</p>
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The Cafe Sophia: The Adventure of the Jade Seal
<p>Season 3, Episode 2: "The Cafe Sophia: The Adventure of the Jade Seal"</p> <p>A Noir Adventure on the Streets of Istanbul by Ryan Cassavaugh</p> <p>A young woman enlists cafe owner Rosalind Brand in the search for her missing husband, but things soon take a deadly turn when the young woman is murdered and Rosalind is named as the killer. Now with the help of a local police constable, Rosalind must track down a stolen Chinese artifact to clear her name and bring the real killer to justice.</p> <p>Featured cast: Shayna Gibson as Rosalind Brand; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Inspector Ahmed Bey and Reginald Maxwell; Stephanie Campbell as Vanessa White, Margie, and the HC Gasoline Commercial Woman; Paige Johnson as Martha Collier, Melody, The Dowager, and The Nurse; Ryan Cassavaugh as Jafar and the Announcer; and Christian McDaniel as Andrew, The Goon, The Clerk, The Doorman, Harold, The Man, The Referee, The Shop Owner and The Vendor! Music and Sound Effects by Marya Cline and Wren Goodman!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on June 21, 2013! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable to your ears! All music and sound effects in this week's episode are analog and were performed live!</p>
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The Fynally Truwe Adventures of Robyn Hoode!
<p><strong>Season 3, Episode 1: "The Fynally Truwe Adventures of Robyn Hoode!"</strong></p> <p>A Gender-Swapped Tale of Adventure by Keith Suta!</p> <p>You thought you knew the story of the famous outlaw living in Sherwood Forest outside Nottingham, but turns out the history books got a few details wrong! Robyn Hoode and her Winsome Women battle the evil Sheriff of Nottingham and Prince John -- robbing from the rich to give to the poor, and wooing the handsome but helpless Marquis Marion! As long as there is a "her" in "Sherwood," good shall always triumph! Thrill to harp ballads, an archery contest, and a swordfight in a burning castle in this week's adventure yarn!</p> <p>Featuring: Sadie Cassavaugh as Robyn Hoode; Ryan Cassavaugh as Marquis Marion, Joel Comptroller, Sir Guy of Gisbourne and the Guard; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as the Sheriff of Nottingham, Cedrick of Wessex, and the Old Man; Paige Johnson as Jane Little and<br /> Daphne Comptroller; Sarah Suta as Scarlett; and Keith Suta as Prince John and the Town Cryer! Sound Effects and Ellen-A-Dale's songs by Wren Goodman on harp and Marya Cline on vocals!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Verge Theater on June 15, 20113 What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable to your ears! As of this season all sound effects are analog and executed live by our fantastic performers!</p>
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The Road to Easter Island!
<p>Season 2, Episode 9: The Road to Easter Island!</p> <p>A Not-So Musical Comedy Written and Directed by Ryan Cassavaugh and Keith Suta!</p> <p>Join us for our victory lap as we celebrate the successful end of our second season! Ryan and Keith collaborated together to create the story of Keith and Ryan, the least-successful soup salesmen in the United States -- as they embark on their globe-trotting, last-ditch effort to save their jobs! Along the way, they'll encounter angry bosses, an evil mad scientist, an island of theatrical women, the somewhat overweight plutocrat Higgs Boson, irate theatrical critics, adventure, a thousand laughs, songs, and love!</p> <p>Featured cast: Keith Suta, Ryan Cassavaugh, Sadie Cassavaugh, Sarah Jackson, Ryan Lawrence Flynn, Marya Cline, Wren Goodman, and Christian McDaniel! Sound effects and music by Wren Goodman and Marya Cline!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Equinox Theatre (now known as the Verge Theater) on July 28, 2012! What you hear is what the audience heard that night with no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable to your ears! In this second season, we began to make our move to entirely live sound effects and this episode contains a scant few digital effects with overwhelmingly analog sounds!</p>
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The Most Splendid Return; or How Divinia von Presterton and Lord Tiberius Q. Braithwaite Saved the World with the Power of Invention!
<p><strong>Season 2, Episode 7: The Most Splendid Return; or How Divinia von Preserton and Lord Tiberius Q. Braithwaite Saved the World with the Power of Invention!</strong></p> <p>A Steampunk Gallimaufry by Keith Suta!</p> <p>American inventress Divinia von Presterton and English gadabout Lord Tiberius Q. Braithwaite are ready to recommence their airship race around the globe -- Thomas Edison and Henry Ford's army of mechanical automatons lays in ruins and the world is once again at peace. Or is it? Already the villainous plutocrats are ready to hatch their Plan B -- a daring takeover of the British throne with a robotic Queen Victoria and a gigantic mechanical squid! With the help of Annie Oakley, Nikola Tesla, a newly un-zombified Benjamin Franklin, and many more, they will take on a shadowy cabal of immortal evildoers led by an obscure Founding Father, Nostradamus, and a mysteriously poetic woman!</p> <p>Featuring: Sarah Jackson as Divinia von Presterton; Robert Dalton as Tiberius Q. Braithwaite; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Benjamin Franklin, Nikola Tesla and Button Gwinnett; Sadie Cassavaugh as Queen Victoria, Carrie Nation, Robot Queen Victoria, Annie Oakley and Emily Dickinson; Christian McDaniel as Henry Ford, The Lord High Steward, Preston von Presterton, and a Giant Squid; and Keith Suta as The Bailiff, Nostradamus, and Thomas Edison! Sound Effects by Marya Cline and Wren Goodman! Music by Rob Robinson!</p>
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Mystico the Magnificent Mentalist!
<p><strong>Season 2, Episode 8: Mystico the Magnificent Mentalist!</strong></p> <p>Written and Directed by Ryan Cassavaugh!</p> <p>Garvman Goodrick is a circus illusionist and mentalist, who gets caught up with globe-trotting adventurer Rosemary Darwin and a mystical idol and discovers his supernatural abilities to become Mystico the Magnificent Mentalist! Joined by his circus friends, they must face the mysterious evil of The Boman Kahn! Ancient gods will awaken, soup will be sold, and eerie adventure will be had!</p> <p>Featured cast: Ben Sevilla as Garvman Goodrick; Sadie Cassavaugh as Rosemary Darwin and Mme. Blavatsky; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Doc, Vladimir, and Archimedes Darwin; Marya Cline as Athena the Strongest Woman in the World; Keith Suta as Roger, Mr. Gregor, Thomas Jefferson, and the Button Soups Commercial Man; Wren Goodman as Gladys the Volunteer and the Button Soups Commercial Woman; Ryan Cassavaugh as the Narrator and Button Gwinett; and Christian McDanlel as Sven the Goon, the Barker, the Banker, Announcer, George Washington and the Cow! Sound effects by Marya Cline and Wren Goodman! Music by The Fleet Street Klezmer Band!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Equinox Theatre (now known as the Verge Theater) on July 21, 2012! What you hear is what the audience heard that night with no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable to your ears! In this second season, we began to make our move to entirely live sound effects and this episode contains digital effects supplemented by analog sounds!</p>
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Rocket Red and the Numan Invasion!
<p>Season 2, Episode 1: Rocket Red and the Numan Invasion!</p> <p>Written and Directed by Keith Suta!</p> <p>Space Hero Rocket Red returns with her plucky pal, Andromeda, and their bionomic robot chum, Bleepy, for more adventure in the far-flung future! Tasked with protecting a two-headed Prince on a diplomatic mission, Rocket Red will soon face the only foe who is her equal: Herself! Join us to learn the dreaded secrets of the Numan Invader and hear about Rocket Red's second biggest foe: Feelings!</p> <p>Featured cast: Shayna Gibson as Rocket Red; Sarah Jackson as Andromeda and Numan; Sadie Cassavaugh as Rocket Red 2.0; Ryan Cassavaugh as Chancy Avon; Christian McDaniel as Bleepy, Prince 2, and Wernher von Braun; and Keith Suta as Mr. Announcer, Prince 1 and Joss! Sound effects by Marya Cline and Wren Goodman! Music by Rob Robinson!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Equinox Theatre (now known as the Verge Theater) on June 2, 2012! What you hear is what the audience heard that night with no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable to your ears! In this second season, we began to make our move to entirely live sound effects and this episode contains digital effects supplemented by analog sounds!</p>
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The Dark Hallway: "Make Mark Do It!"
<p><strong>Season 2, Episode 6: The Dark Hallway: "Make Mark Do It!"</strong></p> <p>Let your mind wander down the unlit side streets of the ordinary world, where every shadow hides a secret and every doorway is a porthole to another world. Take a turn down...The Dark Hallway! Mark Flynn is a radio broadcaster who explores live and exotic locations around the world! When no one else is brave enough to do it, they Make Mark Do It! Tonight is his first LIVE broadcast and it's going to be a huge hit! When he becomes the first man to explore an ancient temple in Brazil, he's primed for another huge hit -- but soon finds himself entirely alone!</p> <p>Written and Directed by Ryan Cassavaugh</p> <p>Featured cast: Kent Davis as Mark Flynn; Ryan Cassavaugh as Professor Augustus; and Christian McDaniel as the Announcer and Pete Peters!</p> <p>Sound Effects by Wren Goodman!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Equinox Theatre, now known as the Verge Theater on July 7, 2012! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable to your ears! In this second season, we were making a transition to all analog effects and this episode contains to digital effects whatsoever!</p>
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Betsy McGuyver: Nazi Puncher!
<p>Season 2, Episode 5: Betsy McGuyver: Nazi Puncher!</p> <p>A Well-Manicured Two-Fisted Adventure Tale written and directed by Keith Suta!</p> <p>1941 was a time of strife, of war and battles, of great deeds and great sacrifices. But not for Betsy McGuyver -- consigned to cleaning pottery shards in the basement of the New York Museum of Antiquities, she loses herself in daydreams of fighting the Axis villains. But it's all just in her head -- until the day adventure arrives in the form of an ancient Egyptian scroll! Soon her life is filled with Nazis, mummies, and a penguin with a cold!</p> <p>Featured cast: Wren Goodman as Betsy McGuyver; Sadie Cassavaugh as Helga, Lucille, Selma, and Eleanor Roosevelt; Christian McDaniel as Mr. Piltdown, Beakman, Hermann Goering, the son, and The Mummy; and Keith Suta as Mr. Announcer, Hitler, the father, and Billy! Sound effects by Marya Cline and Pol Llovet! Music by Rob Robinson!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Equinox Theatre (now known as the Verge Theater) on June 30, 2012! What you hear is what the audience heard that night with no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable to your ears! In this second season, we began to make our move to entirely live sound effects and this episode contains entirely analog sounds!</p>
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Elmer & Verne in: "Bilgewater Downs"
<p>Season 2, Episode 4: Elmer &amp; Verne in: "Bilgewater Downs"</p> <p>Written and Directed by Ryan Cassavaugh</p> <p>It's time once again for everyone's favorite old-time dreamers: Elmer and Verne! With a little extra money in their bank account (for the first time), Bigfish convinces Elmer that it's time to invest in the Sport of Kings! Verne is not keen, and decides to partner with Mr. Willerby in remodeling the Ityl-Dew Hotel into The Carnegie-Hall-South Palladium Orpheum<br /> Imperial Globe Theater For Acting and Such -- so they decide to split up on get-rich quick schemes! Before you know it, they'll face the wrath of the Appalachian Mafia, headed up by 'Ma' Brodie and her evil sons! It's hectic hillbilly farce that will make you guffaw! </p> <p>Recorded live in the sweltering outdoors at Bozeman, Montana's Sweet Pea Festival on August 5, 2012! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable to your ears! In this second season, we had not yet made the decision to have entirely analog effects, instead integrating analog effects supplemented by some digital sound work! </p> <p>Featured cast: Keith Suta as Elmer Van Fleet and Arthur Gwinett; Ryan Cassavauh as Verne Peabody; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Mr. Willerby and Bigfish; Sadie Cassavaugh as Ma Brodie and Ms. Godfrey; and Christian McDaniel Rumer Pyle, the Queen of Sheebee, Johnboy, Cobb and the Announcer! </p> <p>Sound effects by Marya Cline and Wren Goodman! </p> <p>Music by Chris Donohue!</p>
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The Hard-Luck Kid!
<p>Season 2, Episode 3: The Hard-Luck Kid!</p> <p>A Fairytale of Newark written and directed by Keith Suta!</p> <p>Manny Midman is the saddest of sad sacks: living in the basement of Our Lady of Blessed Austerity Orphanage, working four jobs, and caring for his deaf and blind terrier Nippers. Manny should be miserable, but isn't -- because he loves boxing. He's terrible at it; but he loves it. When the Mob shows up to buy the orphanage and turn it into a nightclub, it's up to Manny to save the day by entering a boxing tournament -- with the help of an unconventional coach, he learns the real secret to success in boxing is having the saddest life story! Join us as we bring you an underdog story that will shamelessly tug at your heartstrings and deliver plenty of comedic punches!</p> <p>Featured cast: Michael Garverick as Manny Midman; Kathy Matosich as Lily and the Narrator; Sadie Cassavaugh as Meredith and Petunia; Marya Cline as Sister Mary Benedict Pious Dorotheus; Randy Glynn as Richie and Mr. Bossington; Eben Howard as Earl and John; Christian McDaniel as The Other Other Boss, Clem the Creep, Also-Ran Al, Lenny the Loser, the Champ and Nippers; and Keith Suta as The Other Boss, The Ref and Phil Amari! Sound effects by Marya Cline and Wren Goodman!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Equinox Theatre (now known as the Verge Theater) on June 18, 2012! What you hear is what the audience heard that night with no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable to your ears! In this second season, we began to make our move to entirely live sound effects and this episode contains entirely analog sounds!</p>
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The Dark Hallway: "An Autumn Drive"
<p>Season 1, Episode 6: The Dark Hallway: "An Autumn Drive"</p> <p>Let your mind wander down the unlit side streets of the ordinary world, where every shadow hides a secret and every doorway is a porthole to another world. Take a turn down...The Dark Hallway! Fredrick and Amanda Stone are newlyweds, sidetracked from their honeymoon in the woods of New England by a car wreck. Soon, they will encounter an abandoned house and some very dark secrets! This episode is appropriate for most ages, but could be a bit too scary for more sensitive listeners!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Equinox Theatre, now known as the Verge Theater on July 23, 2011! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable to your ears! In this first season, we had not yet made the decision to have entirely analog effects, but Sound Impresario Rob Robinson did activate each one live on stage!</p> <p>Written and Directed by Ryan Cassavaugh</p> <p>Featured cast: Keith Suta as Fredrick; Sadie Cassavaugh as Amanda; and Christian McDaniel as Coombs, Dewey, Marvin and Whateley.</p> <p>Music and Sound Effects by Rob Robinson</p>
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The Most Splendid Race; or: How Divinia von Presterton Raced Lord Tiberius Q. Braithwaite Around the World and, Concurrently, Saved the United States with the Power of Steam!
<p><strong>Season 1, Episode 5: The Most Splendid Race; or: How Divinia von Presterton Raced Lord Tiberius Q. Braithwaite Around the World and, Concurrently, Saved the United States with the Power of Steam!</strong></p> <p>The year is 1899. As the world approaches the millennium it is a time of wonder-- the Industrial Revolution has spawned an unprecedented era of invention and innovation. In a past not too different from our own, men and women take to the skies in airships and dirigibles; conquer the world with electricity and steam! When America's foremost adventuress, Divinia von Presterton, is denied entrance to the all-male Metcalfe Society she challenges the club's president to a race around the world! Along the way they'll meet Tesla, Annie Oakley, Henry Ford, Queen Victoria, a slightly zombified Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Edison and his terrible death ray! It's steampunk adventure and comedy in a splendid vision of days gone by!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Equinox Theatre, now known as the Verge Theater on July 16, 2011! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable to your ears! In this first season, we had not yet made the decision to have entirely analog effects, but Sound Impresario Rob Robinson did activate each one live on stage!</p> <p>Written and Directed by Keith Suta</p> <p>Featured cast: Sarah Jackson as Divinia von Presterton; Robert Dalton as Lord Tiberius Q. Braithwaite; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Nikola Tesla and Benjamin Franklin; Sadie Cassavaugh as Annie Oakley, Queen Victoria and Carrie Nation; Christian McDaniel as Henry Ford, Preston Von Presterton and George Westinghouse; and Keith Suta as Thomas Edison and Mr. Announcer</p> <p>Music and sound effects: Rob Robinson</p>
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Strade and Holmes: "Holmes to Rent"
<p>Season 1, Episode 2: Strade and Holmes: "Holmes to Rent"</p> <p>In a time when the law would not allow women to become detectives, Summer Holmes applies as secretary to Boston's least-successful Private Eye: Gulliver Strade. When his father was murdered by a notorious crime family, Strade quit his promising legal career and hung out his shingle as a detective. Now all he needs is his first client... Coincidentally enough, that very day Amanda Neeley hires them to track down her brother -- who got on a plane to London and vanished before it arrived! It's mystery and humor in a Sherlockian vein as Strade and Holmes work to unravel a twisted plot!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Equinox Theatre, now known as the Verge Theater on June 25, 2011! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable to your ears! In this first season, we had not yet made the decision to have entirely analog effects, but Sound Impresario Rob Robinson did activate each one live on stage!</p> <p>Written and Directed by Ryan Cassavaugh</p> <p>Featured cast: Sarah Jackson as Summer Holmes; Keith Suta as Gulliver Strade; Marya Cline as Amanda Neeley; Wren Goodman as Elizabeth Carmichael; Ryan Cassavaugh as Det. Kermit Wolfe; and Christian McDaniel as the Butler, Doc Watson, Hugo Carmichael, Mickey Michelson, &amp; Dennis Markley</p> <p>Music and Sound Effects by Rob Robinson</p>
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The Crimson Cowpoke
<p>Season 1, Episode 3: "The Crimson Cowpoke"</p> <p>The evil Hacker Brothers have run just about everyone out of town except for Miss Kitty the *ahem* "saloon keeper," Schoolmarm Pearl Hart, Ichabod the undertaker and old drunk Jesse. Prospector MacGuffin finally struck gold and the Hackers aim to take over the claim. The town's only salvation lies in dime-novel hero The Crimson Cowpoke -- who mysteriously shows up just as handsome, young Andrew West moves to town to set up a General Store! This week's episode has rip-roaring action, whips and gunfights at high noon, tying an ingenue to the train tracks, an incredibly smart horse named Bluebell and much more!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Equinox Theatre, now known as the Verge Theater on July 2, 2011! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable to your ears! In this first season, we had not yet made the decision to have entirely analog effects, but Sound Impresario Rob Robinson did activate each one live on stage!</p> <p>Written and Directed by Keith Suta</p> <p>Featuring: Wren Goodman as Pearl Hart; Robert Dalton as Andrew West and MacGuffin; Sadie Cassavaugh as Miss Kitty; Zebediah Gammack as Hacker; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Walt Hacker; Christian McDaniel as Ichabod and Ed Hacker; Chris Donahue as Jesse; and Keith Suta as Mr. Announcer!</p> <p>Music composed and performed by Chris Donahue</p> <p>Sound effects by Rob Robinson</p>
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Elmer & Verne in: "Elmerworld"
<p>Season 1, Episode 4: Elmer &amp; Verne in: "Elmerworld"</p> <p>What new, old-time radio series would be complete without a comedy duo? Meet everyone's favorite old-time dreamers: Elmer and Verne! Running the Ityl-Dew Hotel in Rocky Start, North Carolina, has not been the money-making machine they'd hoped it'd be. So when Bigfish proposes a loan so they can build their own amusement park to drum up business -- it's time for hilarious hi-jinks and hillbilly hilarity in the vein of Lum &amp; Abner or Abbott &amp; Costello!</p> <p>Recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Equinox Theatre, now known as the Verge Theater on July 9, 2011! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable to your ears! In this first season, we had not yet made the decision to have entirely analog effects, but Sound Impresario Rob Robinson did activate each one live on stage!</p> <p>Written and Directed by Ryan Cassavaugh</p> <p>Featured cast: Keith Suta as Elmer Van Fleet; Ryan Cassavauh as Verne Peabody; Ryan Lawrence Flynn as Mr. Willerby and Bigfish; and Christian McDaniel as the Widder Minke, Rumer Pyle, and the Announcer!</p> <p>Sound effects by Rob Robinson</p> <p>Music composed and performed by Chris Donohue</p>
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Rocket Red and the Ridicularium of Dr. Fang!
<p>Season 1, Episode 1: Rocket Red and the Ridicularium of Dr. Fang!</p> <p>Rocket Red, her perky and violent chum Andromeda and their incredible robotic pal Bleepy are off to adventure in the farthest reaches of the universe! Along the way they'll have to fend off an audit by Central Order Accountant Third-Class Chauncy Avon and the slightly larger problem of the fiendish Dr. Fang and her army of clone lizardmen! All of this would be enough for any galactic hero worth her salt, but how will she defeat Dr. Fang's heinous new invention: The Ridicularium? It's space-age humor and adventure as we travel to a vision of the future from long ago!</p> <p>Our inaugural episode, recorded live at Bozeman, Montana's Equinox Theatre, now known as the Verge Theater on June 18, 2011! What you hear is what the audience heard with no overdubs and minimal post-production to try to make it comfortable to your ears! In this first season, we had not yet made the decision to have entirely analog effects, but Sound Impresario Rob Robinson did activate each one live on stage!</p> <p>Written and Directed by Keith Suta</p> <p>Featured cast: Shayna Gibson as Rocket Red; Sarah Jackson as Andromeda; Sadie Cassavaugh as Dr. Fang; Ryan Cassavaugh as Chauncy Avon; Christian McDaniel as Bleepy (and many others!); and Keith Suta as Mr. Announcer</p> <p>Music and sound effects: Rob Robinson</p>
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