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  • Sat
    21
    Feb
    2015
    Sun
    22
    Feb
    2015

    Atlanta Science Fiction and Fantasy Expo

    3:00pm and 7:30pm

    Challenges Games and Comics at North Dekalb Mall

    Atlanta SF and Fantasy Expo

    A presentation of live action motion comics, featuring The Gilded Age published by Terminus Media and Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: The Planetoid of Doom along with an episode of The Crimson Hawk: Kraken!

    This performance will be in a storefront near GNC! Two performances: 3:00pm and 7:30pm! Look for us near Challenges Games and Comics!

    This is a FREE show!

  • Sat
    28
    Mar
    2015
    Sun
    29
    Mar
    2015

    Continuance: A Benefit for the American Brain Tumor Association

    8:00pm and 2:30pm

    Academy Theatre - Hapeville
    599 N. Central Ave.
    Hapeville, GA 30354

    Get advance tickets here! 2015-02-26-Continuance-web
    $10 in advance
    $15 at the door
    Special group rate! $45 for 6 tickets!
    100% of all ticket revenue to be donated to the American Brain Tumor Association in memory of long-time ARTC performer Bill Kronick.


    ARTC, with our newest Partner in Imagination the American Brain Tumor Association, is pleased to present an evening focusing on the future!

    In every story there is a beginning, a middle, and an end. But with the best stories, you want to savor the middle for as long as possible. In this very special ARTC performance, we will be bringing you selected episodes from several of our extensive catalog of serials.

    Rory-estoreYou can expect such long-time favorites as Bumpers Crossroads, Rory Rammer, Space Marshal, and The Crimson Hawk, as well as one of our newer serials The Challenges of Brave Ragnar!Ragnar-digital

    In each, you will be treated to only a portion of the story. In each, there will still be more to come. In each, there is more story to be told in the future.

    The mission of the American Brain Tumor Association is to advance the understanding and treatment of brain tumors with the goals of improving, extending and, ultimately, saving the lives of those impacted by a brain tumor diagnosis.

    In short - to provide them and their families with a future with more stories to be told.

  • Fri
    10
    Apr
    2015
    Sun
    12
    Apr
    2015

    221B Con

    ATLANTA MARRIOTT PERIMETER CENTER

    246 Perimeter Center Parkway NE
    Atlanta, GA 30341

    221B_Con_Logo - transparentThe year is 1899 and the nefarious James Moriarty is plotting a crime on a scale never seen before. It's big. No, bigger! It's even bigger than that! It's the crime of the century! Can the famous Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson stop him in time with Irene Adler's help? And will they finally settle, once and for all, the question of who is the smartest man in London?

    Come see the audio premiere of this musical originally written for the stage by Thomas E. Fuller and Doug Kaye with music by Andrew Thomas and Alton Leonard, Directed by Juliana Finch!

  • Thu
    07
    May
    2015
    Sun
    10
    May
    2015

    World Horror Convention

    Atlanta Marriott Marquis

    265 Peachtree Center Avenue
    Atlanta, GA 30303

     

    ARTC is pleased to present The Passion of Frankenstein at this year's World Horror Convention!

    The Passion Of Frankenstein-digital cover

    Schloss Frankenstein is haunted by a monster.

    Through countless movies and one immortal book he has stalked its halls and hidden passageways. And the hero has always arisen to protect the maiden from the monster's misdirected love.

    But darkness can hide heroes. And monsters can walk in the light. And sometimes, not even the maiden can tell them apart.

     

    Preview The Passion of Frankenstein!

  • Fri
    26
    Jun
    2015
    Sun
    28
    Jun
    2015

    LibertyCon

    The Chattanooga Choo-Choo
    1400 Market Street
    Chattanooga, TN 37402

     

    ARTC is pleased to present The Passion of Frankenstein at this year's Liberty Con!

    The Passion Of Frankenstein-digital cover

    Schloss Frankenstein is haunted by a monster.

    Through countless movies and one immortal book he has stalked its halls and hidden passageways. And the hero has always arisen to protect the maiden from the monster's misdirected love.

    But darkness can hide heroes. And monsters can walk in the light. And sometimes, not even the maiden can tell them apart.

     

    Preview The Passion of Frankenstein!

  • Thu
    03
    Sep
    2015
    Mon
    07
    Sep
    2015

    Dragon Con

    Downtown Atlanta!

     

    ARTC returns to the biggest convention of its kind in the southeast with more audio drama!

    Our biggest shows of the year and we're bringing our best, as befits the great audiences we get at this tremendous convention.ARTC-DC15

    Here's the schedule as we have it. Watch for changes - after all, this is being presented in CST (Convention Standard Time):

    Friday, September 4, 7:00pm
    Blues for Johnny Raven, Episode One: The Ambiance Man by Thomas E. Fuller
    A noir like you've never heard before! Join Private Detective Johnny Raven as he investigates who is trying to kill Gloria Kinsolving. Is it notorious ambiance dealer Lorenzo Gold? Or is there some other sinister force at work?

    Also at this performance, Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: Queen of the Spaceways by Ron N. Butler.
    Terrorists are targeting commercial spaceliners! Can Rory, Skip, and special agent Michiko Sakai find the culprits?

    Saturday, September 5, 8:30pm
    Readings from Captain Marvel as part of the Comics Track, adapted by Daniel Taylor
    Not a fully soundscaped performance, but dramatic readings with live Foley effects celebrating the long history of the character more commonly known as SHAZAM!

    Sunday, September 6, 7:00pm
    The Passion of Frankenstein by Thomas E. Fuller
    Schloss Frankenstein is haunted by a monster. Through countless movies and one immortal book he has stalked its halls and hidden passages, and the Hero has always arisen to save the Maiden from the Monster's misdirected love. But darkness can hide heroes, and monsters and walk in the light, and sometimes not even the maiden can tell them apart.
    We've performed this several times this summer, but this performance will feature music by The Ghosts Project. So if you heard it before, come hear it again for the first time!

    Monday, September 7, 1:00pm
    Readings from Bored of the Rings as part of the Tolkien Track, adapted by Matt Gwaltney
    Not a fully soundscaped performance, but dramatic readings from this classic parody of the even more classic novels by J. R. R. Tolkien.

  • Fri
    13
    Nov
    2015
    Sun
    15
    Nov
    2015

    CONjuration

    ConjurationCon
    Marriott Century Center
    2000 Century Blvd NE
    Atlanta, GA 30345

    The Magic of Radio is right at home in this magically themed convention, and we've got just the thing to keep you spellbound!

    At this convention, we will present Kelley S. Ceccato's Nothing-at-All, a story of a girl with no name, a sickly young boy, and his father who will do anything to keep him safe. Plus, a mysterious Wind Spirit...

    Also on the bill, a Canadian import, Alba Salix, Royal Physician. This will mark one of the rare times when ARTC performs a script that wasn't written by one of our own writers, but when we heard this one we just had to bring it to our audiences. This performance will feature Episode The First: Well Met.

  • Sat
    12
    Dec
    2015
    Sun
    13
    Dec
    2015

    An Atlanta Christmas 2015

    8:00pm and 2:30pm

    Academy Theatre
    Academy Theatre logo

    146 Burke Street
    Stockbridge, Georgia 30281 
    404-474-8332


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    Atlanta Christmas - small squareWelcome! Welcome one and all to our family Christmas, to every family Christmas that ever was and ever will be!

    For the 16th consecutive year, ARTC brings you a selection of audio dramas that reveal the special celebrations of the holidays as seen through Southern eyes. Every year's show is different, as we have expanded upon Thomas E. Fuller's original vision.

    Saturday, December 12 at 8:00 pm and Sunday, December 13 at 2:30 pm. Tickets: $10 and available in advance here!

    Preview the studio version of  An Atlanta Christmas

    Purchase the CD in advance of the show, or pick it up there!