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Dash Cardigan part 7 – The Forces of the Dark

Another abbreviated edition of the Centauri Express this month as we prepare additional content and consider what our listeners would like to hear in their Audio Magazine.

The big news this month is the release of Brad Strickland’s five-part adaptation of the Robert Louis Stevenson classic Treasure Island. Listen up for the discount code being offered to our podcast listeners and ways to get even bigger discounts! But act fast – the codes all expire on March 1, 2017!

Be sure to review us on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you found us. Those reviews help others find us, plus we just like hearing what you have to say. You can also contact us directly and let us know what you think of the Express. We’re here for YOU, so let us know what you want from this audio magazine!

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Dash Cardigan part 6 – Allies for Earth

A bit of an abbreviated edition of the Centauri Express this month as we prepare additional content and consider what our listeners would like to hear in their Audio Magazine.

Be sure to review us on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you found us. Those reviews help others find us, plus we just like hearing what you have to say. You can also contact us directly and let us know what you think of the Express. We’re here for YOU, so let us know what you want from this audio magazine!

And, of course, last but not least, if you’re enjoying the Express and want to hear more great programs like it, support us on Patreon! There’s other options, too, so pick what works best for you! And thanks!

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Centauri Express, V02 Issue03 – Dash Cardigan 03

Sorry for the late podcast tonight, folks, but I’m on the road! Three weeks in an RV seeing the American southwest. Austin, Carlsbad Caverns, Roswell, Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta, the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park, and Pike’s Peak! On the way home now, but had to get the podcast up…and that involved finding some decent wi-fi, which has been somewhat challenging on this trip.

On this issue of the Express, we bring you episode three of Dash Cardigan – Enter the Dark by Thomas E. Fuller.

Following that, we’ll have a short interview with Bill Holbrook regarding our recent adaptation and performance of his storyline from Kevin and Kell, The Great Bird Conspiracy at Dragon Con.

carlsbad-caverns01balloon-fill-albuquerque-balloon-fiesta01zion-national-park01And lastly, we’ll wrap things up with a special segment here on the Express. Here on the road there are lots of sounds and we’re bringing you just a few of them. A bit of insect life from an RV park in Austin, TX, some footsteps and cave swallows at Carlsbad Caverns, the filling of a hot air balloon (and surrounding crowd) at the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta, and a couple of hikers coming out of The Narrows at Zion National Park, dragging a wooden walking stick on a dirt-strewn concrete walkway.

If you enjoy these in-the-field segments, let us know and we’ll do more!

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Centauri Express, V02 Issue02 – Dash Cardigan 02

Thomas-E-FullerWelcome to the second issue of the Centauri Express! In this edition we continue Thomas E. Fuller‘s Dash Cardigan with episode 2, Earth Central Needs You. We also continue the panel discussion from Sci Fi Summer in 2016 with William Brown, Bill Ritch, and Anthony Fuller.

If you’re enjoying the Express, be sure to leave a review wherever you found us and a little bit of support on Patreon would be much appreciated.

And don’t forget, we’re accepting submissions for the Express in the form of reviews, news, trailers, previews, and whatever else sounds good.

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31 Years of ARTC: Dragon Con 2010 part 2

Continuing our look back at ARTC’s 31 years (thusfar!) with photos from our live performances. You can get a look at our whole history of combining adventures in sound with the thrill of live performance in our Chronology!

In this installment we bring you our appearance at Dragon Con 2010 (Sunday night edition) where we presented Time and Time Again by H. Beam Piper, adapted by Ron N. Butler and At the Mountains of Madness by H. P. Lovecraft, adapted by Thomas E. Fuller, and featuring music by The Ghosts Project. Check out all the pictures on our Flickr album.

It’s a short update this week, folks, as I am flying out to Kansas City, MO, later today to attend the HEAR Now Festival. But this was a momentous show because it marked the beginning of our long-standing relationship with The Ghosts Project, who have since gone on to play with us on several other productions, including The Shadow Over Innsmouth, The Dunwich Horror, The Island of Dr. Moreau, and The Rats in the Walls!

Fiona K. Leonard

It’s completely mind-blowing

Paul Mercer and Davis Petterson

The Ghosts Project, Paul Mercer and Davis Petterson

Brian Troxell

“Don’t forget, you can own this recording of this historic performance.”

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31 Years of ARTC: LibertyCon 2010

Continuing our look back at ARTC’s 31 years (thusfar!) with photos from our live performances. You can get a look at our whole history of combining adventures in sound with the thrill of live performance in our Chronology!

In this installment we bring you our appearance at LibertyCon where we presented Time and Time Again by H. Beam Piper, adapted by Ron N. Butler, The Competitor (first live performance!) by Brad Linaweaver and William Alan Ritch, and Bryce and Bigmouth: A Boy and His Griffin by Henry Lee Forrest. Check out all the pictures on our Flickr album.

LibertyCon 2015 is almost full! If you’re coming up to Chattanooga and haven’t gotten your membership yet, we recommend that you move with alacrity!

The cast and Foley team for LibertyCon 2010!

The cast and Foley team for LibertyCon 2010!

Brian Troxell and Bryce Lucyshyn

Brian Troxell and Bryce Lucyshyn cope with the sudden appearance of a griffin (not pictured)!

Bryce Lucyshyn and Clair W. Kiernan

Clair W. Kiernan imitates the griffin (still not pictured).

William Alan Ritch

William Alan Ritch presents the cast to the audience. As if this group of hams couldn’t have taken care of presenting themselves.

Ron N. Butler, Alton Leonard, and Clair W. Kiernan

Ron N. Butler, Alton Leonard, and Clair W. Kiernan in “Time and Time Again”.

Lili Bilbao and Mary C. Ward at the Foley table.

The Foley team. Makin’ noise. Like you do.

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Dash Cardigan part 4 of 4

Size: 9.3M Duration: 16:24

We now bring you the concluding chapter of the short version of Dash Cardigan!

It’s been a pleasure bringing you another year of free audio drama! Don’t forget us when it comes time for gift-giving and those tax-deductible charitable donations. You do know we’re a 501(c))(3), right? Lots of options on our donate page, so pick the method and the budget that’s right for YOU.

Thanks for listening! We’ll see you all again in 2015!

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Dash Cardigan part 3 of 4

Size: 11M Duration: 19:19

In the “better late than never” category, this month we present Dash Cardigan part 3 of 4, by Thomas E. Fuller.

We’d like to offer some standard advice to our fine listeners – take care of yourselves! Being sick is no picnic, and it’s what caused this episode to be delayed a bit. So take it from the fine folks at ARTC: get plenty of rest, wash your hands frequently, take your vitamins, and stay healthy!

If you’re enjoying the podcast, why not head on over to Patreon.com/artc. and lend us your support? You can also see other ways of ensuring the podcast keeps coming with a few other donation options. Thanks!

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30 Years of ARTC: All You Zombies… 2007

This being our 30th anniversary, we thought we’d dip back into the past and recap some of our previous performances, triumphs and tragedies, in a series of posts. And don’t forget our Chronology for a look at our 30 (and counting!) years of live performance!

This week we bring you our appearance at Stage Door Players in 2007. Check out all the pictures on our Flickr album.

In 2007 we made our second performance at Stage Door Players in Dunwoody with All You Zombies… by Robert A. Heinlein.

Stage setup at Stage Door Players

Stage setup at Stage Door Players

Sadly for many of our fans, there are no actual zombies in All You Zombies… Instead, it is the classic time travel paradox story of a man who probably knows himself a little too well.

Stage setup with actors

Stage setup with actors

The show is a ton of fun and we hope to get it into the studio someday!

Stage setup with tech

Stage setup with tech

In the meantime, we still need to write some stories with actual zombies before the zombie craze is behind us.

Backstage setup

Backstage setup. Note the highly nutritious snacks.

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Dash Cardigan part 2 of 4

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This month we continue with Dash Cardigan by Thomas E. Fuller. If you’re enjoying the podcast, please let us know!

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