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. In fact, the fix appears to have destroyed the site in favor of its new matrix. This has very much upset our ship’s doctor.

In other news, we apparently have a ship’s doctor.

Still, we can’t help but feel somewhat out of place… and maybe out of time. We’re going to sort out where and when we are and forge ahead… unless we need to forge behind.

Do any of you understand Heptapod B?

 

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 of his and we’ll be right as rain.

Rogue Tyger – Episode 3: The Pilot, Part 3 of 5

The crew of the Tyger must assess the damage done to their ship and themselves, all while trying to escape the ruthless enemy ships pursuing them.

 

 

 

 

Cast (in order of speaking):

Announcer: William R. Coughlan
Reg Macorum: Brooks Tegler
Shen Enling: Yasmin Tuazon
Aidan Vosky: Nick DePinto
Tormar: Phil Amico

Crew:

Recorded by Matt Bostaph at Big Ben Studios.
Production support by Meredith Sims.
Dialogue and sound effects editing by Maurice Malde and Kim Davenport.
Music was composed by John Maestri and arranged by Jason Chmiola.
Written and directed by Bjorn Munson.

Listen to the Episode! (audiovisual streaming by Team Jabberwocky)

Length: 9:31
Rated AD-G for general audiences. Contains fancy flying, sci-fi related peril, and discussion of injuries. The bad guys chasing the Tyger are rather mean after all.

Rating: AD-G

Rated AD-G (Audio Drama 'G')

 

 

 

 

UPDATE: We apologize for the problems with the space-time continuum which have apparently prevented parts 4 and 5 from properly displaying. We have put in a trouble ticket.

Rogue Tyger – Episode 2: The Pilot, Part 2 of 5

The crew of the Tyger are being pursued by a mysterious ship right after leaving the spaceport of Haapsalu. Are these simple, run-of-the-mill commerce raiders or something more sinister? More to the point, can they escape?

 

 

 

Cast (in order of speaking):

Announcer: William R. Coughlan
Reg Macorum: Brooks Tegler
Grainne Kochowa: Erin Goldstein
Aidan Vosky: Nick DePinto
Shen Enling: Yasmin Tuazon
Tormar: Phil Amico

Crew:

Recorded by Matt Bostaph at Big Ben Studios.
Production support by Meredith Sims.
Dialogue and sound effects editing by Maurice Malde and Kim Davenport.
Music was composed by John Maestri and arranged by Jason Chmiola.
Written and directed by Bjorn Munson.

Listen to the Episode! (audiovisual streaming by Team Jabberwocky)

Length: 8:14
Rated AD-G for general audiences. Contains adventure, aerobraking, and all sorts of rocketry.

Rated AD-G (Audio Drama 'G')

Rogue Tyger – Episode 1: The Pilot, Part 1 of 5

Aidan Vosky, a youth trapped on an uneventful planet in the backwater Haapsalu system longs to travel among the stars. He goes to the spaceport in an effort to join the crew of one of the vessels, but may get more than he bargained for when he meets the crew of the Tyger.

 

 

 

Cast (in order of speaking):

Announcer: William R. Coughlan
Fruit Seller: Bjorn Munson
Aidan Vosky: Nick DePinto
Spacer Captain: Phil Amico
Alien Captain: William R. Coughlan
Reg Macorum: Brooks Tegler
Shen Enling: Yasmin Tuazon
Tormar: Phil Amico
Grainne Kochowa: Erin Goldstein

Crew:

Recorded by Matt Bostaph at Big Ben Studios.
Production support by Meredith Sims.
Dialogue and sound effects editing by Maurice Malde and Kim Davenport.
Music was composed by John Maestri and arranged by Jason Chmiola.
Written and directed by Bjorn Munson.

Listen to the Episode! (audiovisual streaming by Team Jabberwocky)

Length: 11:34
Rated AD-G for general audiences. Contains youthful idealism, non-human prejudice, and occasional high g-forces.

Rated AD-G (Audio Drama 'G')

Behind Rogue Tyger, Episode 8: Sophia Medley & William R. Coughlan

This week, we conclude our series of behind-the-scenes interviews with the cast of JAT’s upcoming series, Rogue Tyger.

So we’ll give you two interviews: first with Sophia Medley who plays Princess Nalini Al-Zamin and second with William R. Coughlan who plays Taquermeraphon 651 as well as the announcer.

Listen to the Episode! (audiovisual streaming by Team Jabberwocky)

Music: Kevin MacLeod
Length: 17:14
Rating: AD-G

Rated AD-G (Audio Drama 'G')

Behind Rogue Tyger, Episode 6: Neil Conway & Francis Abbey

So it’s 2011, and we still have a number of interviews with the cast of Rogue Tyger.

This week, we’re doubling up with two actors who play two characters who cross the Tyger’s path. We’ll let you find out whether it’s for good or for ill.

There’s Neil Conway, who plays Louie Hardin and Francis Abbey, who plays Vic Ratha.

Listen to the Episode! (audiovisual streaming by Team Jabberwocky)

Music: Kevin MacLeod
Length: 13:32
Rating: AD-G

Rated AD-G (Audio Drama 'G')

Behind Rogue Tyger, Episode 5: Erin Goldstein

We’re continuing our series of interviews with cast members of Rogue Tyger, our first series, due to debut in January.

We should note that if you’d like to come to the series fresh, you can always come back and listen to these interviews later. They’re certainly not necessary to understand the story. We just think they’re fun.

As we close out December, we come to the last member of the Tyger’s crew–Grainne Kochowa–and the person who plays her: Erin Goldstein.

Listen to the Episode! (audiovisual streaming by Team Jabberwocky)

Music: Kevin MacLeod
Length: 6:48
Rating: AD-G

Rated AD-G (Audio Drama 'G')

Welcome Yule!

Today is the Winter Solstice for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere. It’s the shortest day and the longest night — and the herald of the new year to come.

Writer Susan Cooper composed a poem entitled The Shortest Day for the Revels, a holiday tradition throughout many American cities. Both capture the day and the season quite well. Please feel free to check them out if you haven’t before.

And in any case, we here at JAT wish you and your loved ones well in this season and in the year ahead.

Listen to the Episode! (audiovisual streaming by Team Jabberwocky)

Music: Kevin MacLeod (from the traditional tune “Minuit, chrétiens!” (“O Holy Night”) by Adolphe Adam)
Length: 2:07
Rating: AD-G

Rated AD-G (Audio Drama 'G')