Hey, sorry for the delay, folks, but never fear, your weekly foray into the soundscape is finally here courtesy of the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company.
This week we bring you an amalgam of various short pieces culled from various venues. First up, Nikki’s Place: Into the Blue Forest by Gerald W. Page, performed at Stone Mountain Park in 2004. Next,Standing Peachtree by Ron N. Butler, performed at the Tomato Festival at Stone Mountain Park in 2004, and we finish up with another Ron N. Butler classic, Rory Rammer, Space Marshal in Eye in the Sky performed at Sci Fi Summer in 2003.
Back in 2004 we did a show at Stone Mountain Park called “Frontier Days”. We got a lot of great new material out of it because the theme of the festival was Georgia between the Revolutionary War and the Civil War…not exactly a haven for our usual SF and Fantasy stuff. We also performed it outdoors…predictably, it rained. But we still got a good show, and we’re bringing it to you in installments.
This time we bring you The Turn Out by Augustus Baldwin Longstreet, adapted for audio by Daniel Taylor. It takes place at Easter, which we missed by about a month, but it also deals with school, and with school about to let out for summer, we thought this would still be a good time to trot this out.