Listen Live! Rogue Tyger – Episode 30: The End Run, Part 5 of 5

Join us on WERA-LP 96.7 FM just about now (4:00pm ET)  as we conclude our second season of Rogue Tyger.

Rogue Tyger cover by William R. Coughlan

Narrowly escaping enemy agents in the Imperial capital on Acheron, the crew of the Tyger search for a safe haven for themselves and Princess Nalini.

Cast (in order of speaking):

Announcer: William R. Coughlan
Nalini al Zamin: Sophia Medley
Taquermeraphan 651: William R. Coughlan
Shen Enling: Yasmin Tuazon
Tormar: Phil Amico
Aidan Vosky: Nick DePinto
Naveed: Neil Conway
Lady Shohreh: Samantha Merrick
Baker: Bjorn Munson
Grainne Kochowa: Erin Goldstein
Reg Macorum: Brooks Tegler
Grand Duke Khalil al-Zamin: Phil Amico
Crier: Matt Bostaph

Crew:

Recorded at Big Ben Studios by Matt Bostaph.
Music was composed by John Maestri and arranged by Jason Chmiola.
Supplemental Recording at Tohubohu Productions in Burke, Virginia.
Dialogue editing by Maurice Malde.
Sound effects editing by William R. Coughlan.
Written and directed by Bjorn Munson.

Listen to the Episode Live!

Length: 15:45
Rated AD-PG, so parental guidance is suggested. Contains sci-fi related action, nasty smells, alcohol drinking as Vic fully avails himself of an open bar, and sudden, but inevitable betrayal.

Rated AD-PG (Audio Drama “PG”)

Listen Online! Rogue Tyger – Episode 30: The End Run, Part 5 of 5

Rogue Tyger cover by William R. Coughlan

Narrowly escaping enemy agents in the Imperial capital on Acheron, the crew of the Tyger search for a safe haven for themselves and Princess Nalini.

Cast (in order of speaking):

Announcer: William R. Coughlan
Nalini al Zamin: Sophia Medley
Taquermeraphan 651: William R. Coughlan
Shen Enling: Yasmin Tuazon
Tormar: Phil Amico
Aidan Vosky: Nick DePinto
Naveed: Neil Conway
Lady Shohreh: Samantha Merrick
Baker: Bjorn Munson
Grainne Kochowa: Erin Goldstein
Reg Macorum: Brooks Tegler
Grand Duke Khalil al-Zamin: Phil Amico
Crier: Matt Bostaph

Crew:

Recorded at Big Ben Studios by Matt Bostaph.
Music was composed by John Maestri and arranged by Jason Chmiola.
Supplemental Recording at Tohubohu Productions in Burke, Virginia.
Dialogue editing by Maurice Malde.
Sound effects editing by William R. Coughlan.
Written and directed by Bjorn Munson.

Length: 15:45
Rated AD-PG, so parental guidance is suggested. Contains sci-fi related action, nasty smells, alcohol drinking as Vic fully avails himself of an open bar, and sudden, but inevitable betrayal.

Rated AD-PG (Audio Drama “PG”)

Listen Live! Rogue Tyger – Episode 30: The End Run, Part 5 of 5


Join us on WERA-LP 96.7 FM just about now (4:14pm ET)
  as we conclude our second season of Rogue Tyger.

Rogue Tyger cover by William R. Coughlan

Narrowly escaping enemy agents in the Imperial capital on Acheron, the crew of the Tyger search for a safe haven for themselves and Princess Nalini.

Cast (in order of speaking):

Announcer: William R. Coughlan
Nalini al Zamin: Sophia Medley
Taquermeraphan 651: William R. Coughlan
Shen Enling: Yasmin Tuazon
Tormar: Phil Amico
Aidan Vosky: Nick DePinto
Naveed: Neil Conway
Lady Shohreh: Samantha Merrick
Baker: Bjorn Munson
Grainne Kochowa: Erin Goldstein
Reg Macorum: Brooks Tegler
Grand Duke Khalil al-Zamin: Phil Amico
Crier: Matt Bostaph

Crew:

Recorded at Big Ben Studios by Matt Bostaph.
Music was composed by John Maestri and arranged by Jason Chmiola.
Supplemental Recording at Tohubohu Productions in Burke, Virginia.
Dialogue editing by Maurice Malde.
Sound effects editing by William R. Coughlan.
Written and directed by Bjorn Munson.

Listen to the Episode Live!

Length: 15:45
Rated AD-PG, so parental guidance is suggested. Contains sci-fi related action, nasty smells, alcohol drinking as Vic fully avails himself of an open bar, and sudden, but inevitable betrayal.

Rated AD-PG (Audio Drama “PG”)

“That’s what the kaoliang is for!”

Twelve years ago, I had an idea for what became Jabberwocky Audio Theater.

Eleven years ago, I knew the first show to kick it off: a space opera based on a fictional setting I’d been toying with since 1998. A pilot script was written. Auditions were held and a great cast assembled. “The Pilot” was recorded. More scripts were written. More recording. A lot of life happened in-between with plenty of starts and stops. However, as they say, theater is life with the boring bits cut out. So let’s deal with the now.

It’s twelve years later and the last episode of Rogue Tyger, episode 30, is done. It’s all ready to be broadcast and podcast starting Sunday, August 4th.

Those of you who listen to Rogue Tyger know that the fictional Tyger crew will kick back with a glass or several of kaoliang, a very real distilled liquor made from sorghum.

When I decided that the crew, and especially Enling, would favor this drink, I naturally had to do some research. The bottle you see above is one of the results of that research. Listeners more familiar with gaoliang –or baijiu in general– can let us know if this is a popular brand or not (it’s what was at a local liquor store that actually stocked baijiu). One of my happiest moments in writing “The Pilot” was confirming that people will drink shots of kaoliang chilled, and so I kept that scene with Aidan and Enling in the script. It’s always nice when things that work dramatically can reflect what’s been done culturally.

And now, these many years later, we’re at the final steps of that journey of so many miles. I’m absolutely ecstatic about what we’ve been able to do with this first show… and so it seemed more than appropriate to celebrate the way the crew of the Tyger would. I hope you all listen in to the season finale on August 4th and, should you care to, enjoy some kaoliang (though I have to caution you from personal experience: not being a Spacer, I’m still getting used to the taste).

干杯 ( Gānbēi !)

Bjorn Munson
Deepest Springfield, July 2019

Yeah that’s a paper towel to keep my hand from freezing. It’s not like I’m Tinker who can hold ice-cold bottles without a problem… Plus, robots don’t drink kaoliang (mostly).

Listen Live! Quorum – The Gambler’s Tale: Outstanding Debts, Part 10 of 10

Tune in, right about now (at 4pm ET), as listen as our hard-boiled crime saga comes to a pulse-pounding conclusion! (at least this season).

Quorum: The Gambler’s Tale — Outstanding DebtsProfessional poker player Jimmy Harmon’s time in Las Vegas has been anything but routine. A bomb set by a henchman named Watson — ostensibly in the employ of Las Vegas gangster Wiktoria Sałkiewicz — has apparently led to the death of Harmon’s friend Will Archer. 

Harmon meets with Las Vegas detective Ben Marshall, but neither come away with any real answers.  

Soon after, Sałkiewicz herself places doubt on the idea that she instigated the bombing, and hints that a consortium of hotel buyers may truly be behind it. 

But before Wiktoria can elaborate, they find themselves under attack by mysterious gunmen, identified only by their driving a black Hummer.

After evading the attackers, Harmon and fellow gambler Rachael “Peeps” Leblanc head out of town, only to follow another clue leading to the body of a dead prostitute half-buried in the desert.

Tracking the unfortunate woman’s path back to the Lyon Majestic Hotel, Harmon and Peeps discover a secret witness, Peter Sokolov, being guarded by what are * apparently federal agents, as well as a cache of documents hinting at a major operation.

Harmon makes his way to the Remington Hotel, only to discover his role model “Big Mike” Dalton, part owner of online gaming site All-In Poker, has been deeply involved in the past week’s activities — though the veteran player was unprepared for the latest turn.

Aided by the Hummer-driving gunmen who earlier attacked Wiktoria, Big Mike hustles Harmon out to the Remington Hotel parking garage, only to run up against both the ominous federal agents and the Las Vegas Police — led by detective Marshall.

Cast (in order of speaking)

Announcer: Marsha Rehns
Jimmy Harmon: Cameron McNary
Det. Ben Marshall: Nick DePinto
Wiktoria Sałkiewicz Lydia Kraniotis
Peeps: Yasmin Tuazon
“Big Mike” Dalton: Joel Snyder
Nicky Morris:  Ricardo Padilla
Wilmer Crick: Christopher Walker
Newscaster: Bob Hurley
Detective Betty:  Kim Davenport
Mr. King: Pete Papageorge
Mr. Queen: Joel Snyder
Ms. Rook: Faith Potts
Mr. Bishop: Brian Crane
Ms. Knight: Anna Fitzgerald
Secret Dealer: Anna Coughlan

Crew

Recorded at WERA-LP 96.7 FM Radio Arlington
Supplemental recording at Tohubohu Productions in Burke, Virginia
Music by Brooks Tegler
Dialogue and sound effects editing, mastering and final mixing by William R. Coughlan
Production support by Anna Coughlan and Kim Davenport
Produced by Bjorn Munson
Written and directed by William R. Coughlan

Music Selections

Early in the Morning
composed by Clyde Hunt
performed by Brooks Tegler’s Hot Jazz
from the album And Not Only That!
Amazon | iTunes | CD Baby

Listen to the Episode LIVE!

Length: 28:00

Rated AD-PG (Audio Drama “PG”)Rated AD-PG, so parental guidance is suggested
Contains uses of JC’s name in vain, “son of a Bitch,” gun-play, horrendously unsafe driving, and some deep, deep conspiracies.

Listen Online! Rogue Tyger – Episode 15: Uninvited Guests, Part 5 of 5

Rogue Tyger cover by William R. Coughlan

Aidan, Enling, and Tormar are fighting to escape a wrecked courier, aided by a mysterious robot, while Grainne and Reg look for an opening to rescue their crewmates.

 

 

 

Cast (in order of speaking):

Announcer: William R. Coughlan
Rikken: Yasmin Tuazon
Jochi Bortay: Bjorn Munson
Sylvia Malabar: Carol McCaffrey
Aidan Vosky: Nick DePinto
Tormar: Phil Amico
The Robot: William R. Coughlan
Shen Enling: Yasmin Tuazon
Grainne Kochowa: Erin Goldstein
Reg Macorum: Brooks Tegler
Chinnery: Brooks Tegler
Redback: William R. Coughlan
Walsh: Phil Amico
Nicoli: Nick DePinto
Computer: Kim Davenport

Crew:

Recorded at Big Ben Studios by Matt Bostaph.
Music was composed by John Maestri and arranged by Jason Chmiola.
Supplemental Recording at Tohubohu Productions in Burke, Virginia.
Dialogue editing by Maurice Malde.
Sound effects editing by William R. Coughlan.
Written and directed by Bjorn Munson.

Listen to the Episode!

Length: 14:55
Rated AD-G for general audiences. Contains explosions, decompression, and people earnestly trying to kill one another. This is an adventure after all.

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