Listen Online! JAT Chat # 3: October 2018

Bjorn takes the opportunity to talk a little about how the live performance of “War of the Worlds, 2018” came to be. For the remainder of the episode, Bill talks about the inspirations behind our next regular series: Quorum as well as to what to expect from our first installment: The Gambler’s Tale: Outstanding Debts.

 

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Listen Live! JAT Chat # 3 – October 2018

Join us on WERA-LP 96.7 FM just about now (4:00pm ET)  we have our third “JAT Chat.”

Bjorn takes the opportunity to talk a little about how the live performance of “War of the Worlds, 2018” came to be. For the remainder of the episode, Bill talks about the inspirations behind our next regular series: Quorum as well as to what to expect from our first installment: The Gambler’s Tale: Outstanding Debts.

 

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Length: 26:56
Rated AD-G for general audiences. We’re just talking, so unless you really want to defend the film Spectre, you really shouldn’t be offended.

Rated AD-G (Audio Drama 'G')
Rating: AD-G

Listen Live! JAT Chat # 2 – September 2018

Join us on WERA-LP 96.7 FM just about now (4:00pm ET)  we have our second “JAT Chat.”

With season one of Rogue Tyger finished, Bjorn and Bill talk at length about the making of the series including the characters, how some of the sound effects were created. We also touch on next week’s special broadcast of War of the Worlds.

 

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Length: 25:16
Rated AD-G for general audiences. We’re just talking. I mean, Bjorn does use the phrase “Wesley Crusher with balls,” but it’s appropriate.

Rated AD-G (Audio Drama 'G')
Rating: AD-G

Listen Online! JAT Chat # 1

We’re happy to kick off our inaugural season on WERA-LP 96.7FM. You can listen to our shows live every Sunday at 4pm and catch it again here in podcast form Thursdays at 9pm.

This week, we do the first of what will be periodic “JAT Chats.” In this episode, we talk about some of the reasons we’re doing audio theater and the influences behind Rogue Tyger.

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Length: 9:49
Rated AD-G for general audiences. Come on, it’s just two people talking. We’re doing this for rating completeness.

Rating: AD-G

Rated AD-G (Audio Drama 'G')

 

 

 

 

And don’t forget, Rogue Tyger, our debut show, kicks off this coming Sunday, June 17th at 4pm!

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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')