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For When 10,000 Sound Effects Just Aren’t Enough…

You can always use more sound effects and the Beeb has long been an excellent source of all sorts of delightful sounds. Our artistic director fondly remembers listening through a multi-LP set of sound effects whilst doing the sound design for a stage production many moons ago. Apparently, he was unsuccessful at slipping in a…

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Alternate Reality Game Audio Drama, Eh?

Given how much fun it is to come up with new show ideas, this piece about an audio drama that’s also an interactive alternate reality game (ARG) gave us some ideas. We actually thought about doing an ARG for Quorum, but then we decided it’d be best to focus on releasing it first — though maybe…

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Chuck McCann, R.I.P.

One of the reasons we do audio theater is that we love great voices, so it’s always sad when someone like Chuck McCann leaves us as he did last week at the age of 83. You can read a good piece from AP, an article from the Hollywood Reporter, and the remembrance in the Mirror…

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War of the Worlds Poster

Our own William R. Coughlan designed a teaser poster for our upcoming live performance of War of the Worlds. Please feel free to share!

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Editing, Editing, and More Editing

Even as we’re working on preparing for the performance of War of the Worlds at the end of May, we’re busy finishing up editing on the first season of Rogue Tyger. It’s exciting, and we’d like to say more, but we really should be getting back to the edit…

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War of the Worlds Draft Complete!

While there are sure to be revisions as we rehearse it, the draft script of our upcoming performance of War of the Worlds is complete! Which means this might be a good time to mention we’ll be doing a live performance of a new adaptation of H.G. Wells’s War of the Worlds on Friday, May 25th…

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Things That Go “Bump” in the Podcast

We’re busy in post-production for Rogue Tyger and preparing for a special live performance later this year, but a recent piece we caught on BBC Radio caught our attention. Jonathan Stroud, an author of appropriately fantastical tales, talks about his family’s tradition of telling ghost stories. His anecdote of communal storytelling reminded us of one…

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Quorum Readthrough

This past weekend, a number of old and new JAT actors and crew gathered together in Deepest Springfield to read through writer-director Bill Coughlan’s new script for Quorum. We don’t want to give away too many details just yet, we can say it’s a neo-noir adventure full of twists and more than a few cliffhanger episode…

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We’re Back! Sort of.

That nice gentleman in the floppy hat and scarf has got us up and running. He said we had a problem with our chameleon circuit, which is weird, because we thought the Chameleon was full of circuits, not just one. Anyway, that means our overall site appearance may have changed from what you recall previously….

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Still a few bugs in the system

We know the space-time problems — preventing the proper display of the last few episodes of Rogue Tyger — have really gotten out of hand. A nice man in a scarf has offered to help. Apparently he’s dealt with this sort of thing before. He just needs to get some tools out of this blue shed…

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