ARTC returns to the Atlanta SF and Fantasy Expo with a set of madcap short audio dramas guaranteed to amuse!
Here's the offerings for this great performance:
There is Adventure in Sound!
Atlanta Marriott Perimeter Center
246 Perimeter Center Parkway NE
Atlanta, GA 30341
Adapted by Sketch MacQuinor, Commonplaces continues the story of Sherlock Holmes and possibly fills in a few blanks of what happened after his apparant death at the great Reichenbach Falls.
The original short story for Commonplaces can be found in The Improbable Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
DoubleTree by Hilton
4156 Lavista Rd
Tucker, GA 30084
Created and written by Ron N. Butler, Rory Rammer tells the story of an intrepid Space Marshal and his sidekick, Cadet "Skip" Sagan, as they guard the rule of law and the rights of the innocent from the skies of Earth to the orbit of the Moon!
With nearly 30 episodes available in this series, picking adventures for this show was an adventure in itself! But you can look forward to the thrilling escapades of Rory and Skip in Enemy of the People, The Planetoid of Doom, and The Colour of the Shadow Of the Outsider Over the Mountains of Madness [breath] Out of Space! Plus, a Rory Rammer retrospective with a 5000 year old radio science fiction writer (minus 4915 years) and a look at what may be in store for the series in the future!
Showtime: Saturday at 6:45pm (subject to change - check convention listings for the final showtime)
The Chattanooga Choo-Choo
1400 Market Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402
Mother Lode, New Mexico is a ghost town, haunted by the living. A small handful of people remain, each waiting for the dawn when they will finally leave Mother Lode, and their town will finally die.
But the stormy night is interrupted by a young woman who might or might not be from Boston, a gunfighter who might or might not be dead, and a gambler who might or might not be the Devil himself.
Come thrill to this award winning occult western written by the late, great Thomas E. Fuller.
Westin Peachtree Plaza
(map directions are to the Hyatt)
265 Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 30303
Here's the final Dragon Con schedule for ARTC!
Friday, 9/2, 1:00pm - Hyatt International North - Comics Track
Kevin and Kell: The Great Bird Conspiracy by Bill Holbrook, adapted for audio by Brad Strickland
The Captain America Adventure Hour: Woman of Wonder, a celebration of the 75th anniversaries of Wonder Woman and Captain America by William Alan Ritch
Friday, 9/2, 7:00pm - Hyatt Regency VI-VII
The Goblins and the Golden Rose by Kelley S. Ceccato
Special Guests: The Harry Strange Radio Drama
Saturday, 9/3 8:30pm - Sheraton Savannah 1-3 - Paranormal Track
The Haunter Hunters by Thomas Berry
Unresolved Mysteries Solved While U Wait: A Very Special Creation by Ron N. Butler
PLUS Q&A with ARTC cast and writers about our use of the paranormal in our work!
Sunday, 9/4, 7:00pm - Hyatt Regency VI-VII
Monday, 9/5, 1:00pm - Marriott L401-403 - Tolkien Track
Dramatic readings from Smith of Wootton Major by J. R. R. Tolkien, prepared for performance by Trudy Leonard
Academy Theatre, Hapeville
599 N. Central Ave.
Hapeville, GA 30354
Come thrill to some spooky audio drama in the spirit of Halloween. There's a chill in the air and we'll put a chill down your spine with plays guaranteed to spark your imagination and haunt your nightmares. Advance tickets here!
And to top it all off, we'll be performing on World Audio Drama Day, October 30!
We'll have a selection of original work by ARTC's own writers with Paige Steadman's ParaNOIRmal, Ron N. Butler's Worst. Halloween. Evar!, and Retta Bodhaine's Dani's Inferno.
We'll also treat everyone to TWO adaptations by the master of cosmic horror, H. P. Lovecraft with The Terrible Old Man adapted by Lawrence Barker and Beyond the Wall of Sleep adapted by Ron N. Butler.
Saturday, 10/29 - 8:00pm
Sunday, 10/30 - 3:00pm
Good Acting Studio
507 Roswell Street
Marietta, Ga 30060
Welcome! Welcome one and all to our family Christmas, to every family Christmas that ever was and ever will be!
For the 17th 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, so if you've seen it before, you haven't seen it quite like this. Add this unique tradition into your holiday season!
Saturday, December 17 at 8:00 pm and Sunday, December 18 at 2:30 pm.TICKET INFORMATION - Buy advance tickets here!
Purchase the CD in advance of the show, or pick it up there!
TICKET INFORMATION - Buy advance tickets here!
We will be observing the 12 days of An Atlanta Christmas this year, with pricing as follows:
Days leading up to December 5 - $5
December 6 - $6
December 7 - $7
December 8 - $8
December 9 - $9
December 10 - $10
December 11 - $11
December 12 - $12
December 13 - $13
December 14 - $14
December 15 - $15
December 16 - $16
December 17 - $17 until two hours before showtime
$20 at the door