Narrator Profile: Jasmine Curry

Jasmine Curry

Jasmine Curry is an actor, writer, storyteller, jokester and confidant. She has performed educational theatre with The Imagination Machine, California Weekly Explorer, and Writers Room Productions. She can be seen performing salons with Jewish Women’s Theatre and will be appearing as the Stage Manager in Our Town at Pierce College this December. She lives in Santa Monica, CA with her husband and 11 year old daughter.

Listen Live! Through The Looking Glass – Episode 4: The Ugly Duckling

Tune in just about now (4pm ET) for our final installment of Through the Looking Glass for this season!

Narrator: Jasmine Curry

Crew:

Dialogue editing by Maurice Malde.

Sound effects editing and final mixing by William R. Coughlan.

Listen to the Episode Live!

Length: 28:00
Rated AD-G for general audiences. Contains arbitrary and capricious prejudice, depression, ducks being shot, darkness, cold, but, also, a joyous discover of self.

Rated AD-G (Audio Drama 'G')

Narrator Profile: Belen Pifel

Belen Pifel

Ms. Pifel’s recent previous stage credits include: The Keegan Theatre:  “August: Osage County” (Ivy Weston), “The Best Man” (Catherine), “Golden Boy” (Lewis); First Stage: “Three Days of Rain” (Nan/Lina), “Pig Farm” (Tina). Recent film credits include: Tohubohu Productions: “Green House” (Laura), “Uncertainty Principle” (Julie); Two Meter Films: “Dinner at Eight” (Jennifer).  Belen can currently be seen performing in the DC area and beyond with her two bands, The Highballers (rock/alt-country) and Hollertown (bluegrass). 

Listen Live! Through The Looking Glass – Episode 3: The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood

Tune in just about now (4pm ET) for our latest installment of Through the Looking Glass!

Narrator: Belen Pifel

Crew:

Recorded at Arlington Independent Media in Arlington, Virginia.


Dialogue editing by Maurice Malde.

Sound effects editing and final mixing by William R. Coughlan.

Listen to the Episode Live!

Length: 25:25
Rated AD-G for general audiences. Contains ogres, attempts to eat children, and karmic justice.

Rated AD-G (Audio Drama 'G')

Listen Online! Through The Looking Glass, Episode 1 (Street Musicians, Owl & Pussycat, Aesop)

Through the Looking Glass

For this inaugural episode, we’ll have a variety of stories, plus a preview of what’s to come.

  • “The Street Musicians” by Andrew Lang, read by Tom Kramer
  • “The Fox and the Grapes” by Aesop, read by Bjorn Munson
  • “The Owl and the Pussycat” by Edward Lear, read by Kim Davenport
  • “The Ant and the Dove” by Aesop, read by Bjorn Munson

Crew:

Recorded at an, as yet, undisclosed location in Michigan and Tulgey Wood Studios in Deepest Springfield.
Dialogue editing by Maurice Malde.
Sound effects editing and final mixing by William R. Coughlan.

Length: 17:48
Rated AD-G for general audiences. Unless you think robbers don’t deserve some animal-related karma or are allergic to runcible spoons, you should be fine.

Rated AD-G (Audio Drama 'G')

Rating: AD-G