Tag Archives: Warp’d Space

Now Playing… August 2, 2010

This Week…

Dead On You Studios says “Lets Put a Smile On That Face” and release the newest episode of their Zom -Com one day early! Misfits Audio Productions faces their “Fear” and rides with the Lone Ranger once again while Icebox Radio Theater explores “The Sounds Of History”! No Line Radio heads back to a galaxy far far away, and decides its time to “Fight or Flight”, while Pendant Productions gets a case of “The Hook Ups” and gives birth to “The Brainchild of Friedemann Freudenberg”! Science Fiction takes center stage as Hole with a Rock Around It Productions heads into Warp’d Space to celebrate “Peace Day” while Kung Fu Action Theatre Ends Book Two of Twin Stars with a good old fashioned “Showdown”! Then Spirit Blade Productions must “Search The Night” and shine a light on many dark mysteries, as The McCroskey Internet Playhouse goes into “Denial”! The Texas Radio Theatre Company solves the case of “Sherlock Holmes and The Final Problem” while Radio Drama Revival’s “Troll Story Wraps Up with a Farewell to Rio”! And finally, Bells in the Batfry met the Hypnotist while “Death Danced at Midnight” with The Red Panda on Decoder Ring Theatre!

And Its All… Now Playing!


Dead On You Studios Presents

You’ve Got Dead On You:

Episode 18 –

“Lets Put a Smile On That Face”

August 2, 2010

The couples awaken from their third night in the zombie apocalypse, ready to venture out to an uncertain future. Will Craig and Faith put aside their differences? Will They reach their destination? Will the couples stop for a bite to eat? Tune in and find out!


Icebox Radio Theater Presents

“IBRT Summer Season”

August 2, 2010

The Summer Season continues with another great short from ‘Sounds of History’. This week, it’s a touching story of life after the war told through the eyes of a young housewife living in the new ‘paradise’ of suburbia. But it’s not always easy to leave the past behind, even when it is tragic. Ashley Hasbargen, Scott Walsh, Justin Kapla and Rachel Adams star.


Kung Fu Action Theatre Presents

Twin Stars: Book Two Episode 11 –

“Showdown” Part 3

August 2, 2010

Death, tragedy and betrayal lay waiting as Ping An and Commodore Vasquez duel in the skies over Hannah’s World.


Spirit Blade Productions Presents

Of The Night: Episode 2 –

“Search The Night”

August 2, 2010

James Elysian is a former policeman recovering from the death of his fiancee. But is she truly dead, or merely transformed into a creature… of the night?
(This audio series contains content recommended for ages 16 and older.)


Misfits Audio Productions Presents

Misfit Monday August 2, 2010

The Lone Ranger:

Episode 2 – “Fear”

“The Lone Ranger and Tonto help a frightened new Sheriff deal with an arrogant outlaw.”


Pendant Productions Presents

The Dixie Stenberg and Brassy Battalion Adventure Theater:

Episode 47: “The Brainchild of Friedemann Freudenberg”

August 02, 2010

Freudenberg takes a trip through his past and Brassy Battalion corners the Beast!


No Line Radio Presents

Star Wars Marvels: Episode 3 –

“Fight Or Flight”

August 1, 2010

A new enemy emerges against the heroes and their Fight or Flight instincts kick in!


John Bell Presents

Bell’s In The Batfry: Episode 109

August 1, 2010


Plus an explanation of why its been a while….


Decoder Ring Theatre Presents

Plat It Again!

“Death Danced At Midnight”

August 1, 2010

Holy cats, Decoder Ringers, two “Red Panda” Play It Agains in a row? It’s almost like we’re saving a Black Jack for the summer’s big finale in a couple of weeks… But in the meantime, what could be better than an old-school creepy mystery with the cast stood on its head? Kevin Robinson as the Red Panda! Andrea Lyons as the Flying Squirrel! Chris Mott as a Newsie! Get ready for Death Danced at Midnight as we…. Play It Again!


Hole With A Rock Around It Productions Presents

Warp’d Space: Episode 5 –

“Peace Day”

August 1, 2010

The Crew of the Drake celebrates the anniversary of the end of the worst conflict in living memory – the war that broke up all cohesion in the human galaxy. On this day, the crew and passengers commemorate those who died to end the conflict, and look forward to future peace, all while trying to get back to their original plotted course.


Texas Radio Theatre Company Presents

“Sherlock Holmes and The Final Problem” – Part 3

August 1, 2010

The Texas Radio Theatre presents an audio adaptation of one of Sherlock Holmes’ most notorious cases, featuring literature’s first super villain – Professor James Moriarty. How great must Holmes’ sacrifice be to rid the world of such a complete and diabolical menace?

This podcast is dedicated to the memory of Spencer Prokop.


The McCroskey Memorial Internet Playhouse Presents


August 1, 2010

Boulder, Colorado-based documentary filmmaker William Harford takes us on a tour of the life of Ari Fleischman, global warming skeptic, intelligent design booster, and Holocaust denier. Ari has lived his life in passionate pursuit of truths, seldom thinking of the consequences…


Fred Greenhalgh Presents

Radio Drama Revival: Episode 184 –

“Troll Story Wraps Up with a Farewell to Rio”

July 30, 2010

Things are not quite over in the Troll of Stony Brook… the troll didn’t make out so well, last we heard, but Jamie is dedicated to honoring him and while on a mountain hilltop, encounters some magical things he never expected.

And, in another “sweet sorrow to part” moment, we heard the end of Tom Lopez’s Fallen Angels that Bounce. Begging the answer to the question – what will Little Leroy do with his cockroach army?


Pendant Productions Presents

The Kingery:

Episode 4 Season 2:

“The Hook Ups”

July 30, 2010

Regina confesses to Roberts and Maddie makes new friends while Devi pounces Hooks!


In The News… June 10, 2010

Misfits Audio Impresses The Press!

May 23, 2010

Captain John Tadrzak, CEO of Misfits Audio was recently interviewed by the mainstream news site The First Arkansas News. The article was not only about Captain John and the Misfits but also briefly touched  upon the state of modern audio theater. Its wonderful to see the hard working Misfits get some much deserved mainstream attention. This coverage along with Fred Greenhalgh’s now infamous write up in The Wall Street Journal is a sign that more folks are  slowly re-discovering audio drama in America. Congratulations to everyone at Misfits Audio. If you haven’t heard any of The Misfits work, like original series such as Jim Nolan Private Eye,  the Strange Stories anthology series, and old time radio recreations such as The Lone Ranger and Classic Radio Restored, which remasters and cleans up the audio of old radio shows. Check them out today and hear what all the talk is about!


William Shatner To Make TekWar Audio Drama?

May 24, 2010

A big thank you goes out to Fred Greenhalgh of Radio Drama Revival for pointing this story out to us.

William Shatner recently expressed a desire  to make an Audio Drama out of his TekWar Series during an interview at a recent Anaheim Comic-Con, according to The Los Angeles Times. Mr. Shatner is no stranger to audio drama himself, and is noted for performing in the Alien Voices project, which dramatized great works of science fiction such as H.G. Wells “The First Men on the Moon” and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s “The Lost World” along with other Star Trek veterans such as Leonard Nimoy and John De Lancie.

The idea of an American  celebrity making a professional audio drama is quite appealing and it wouldn’t be  the first time either. Claudia Christian of Babylon 5 fame went on to star as Anne Manx, a sci-fi audio drama series produced by the Radio Repertory Company of America. If William Shatner manages to get Tek War  produced as an audio drama series either on CD or mp3 it would be great, but even more appealing would be hearing this on satellite radio because of its  huge listener base. Getting TekWar on the airwaves would be great for the medium as a whole and raise the general public’s awareness that audio drama is alive  in the modern age.


We’re Alive Hits #1 on Zune &

The Leviathan Chronicles Hits #11 on iTunes

May 28, 2010

Christof Laputka’s The Leviathan Chronicles an epic sci-fi story of immortality and freedom has climbed its way to #11 in the Literature Podcasting Section of iTunes, while “We’re Alive – A Story of Survival” in the aftermath of the Zombie Apocalypse continues to skyrocket toward success, and is now the #1 download  in the Entertainment/Everything Else category of the Zune Marketplace! This demonstrates the current popularity not just of these two shows, but of  audio drama in general. One thing is for certain, Fans are in for a treat as we watch these two shows climb the charts and break records…


The Makers of Warp’d Space Warp into Audio Stories

June 5, 2010

Kimberly Poole founder of Hole With A Rock Around It Productions and creator of the sci-fi series Warp’d Space, entered the dramatized short story/audiobook arena and premiered Warp’d Stories. This irregularly scheduled series will consist of dramatized short stories. Warp’d Stories will not be a regular part  of the schedule. Instead, it will be  used to fill in the gaps of the production schedule for Warp’d Space.

The first short story in the series is “The Yillian Way” by Keith Laumer which  is part of Project Guttenberg, and in the public domain.


Habit Forming Films Is Heading Back To Wormwood!

June 7, 2010

Habit Forming Films, the producers of Wormwood: A Serialized Mystery recently announced on their Facebook page that writing has resumed on the final episodes of their show. Wormwood had been on Hiatus since the completion of their “Five Fingers Of Glory” Short Stories which chronicled much of the backstory of Wormwood. This last phase of Wormwood’s third and final season will consist of eight episodes and is being called Wormwood: Revelation. Could this mean that the end is fast approaching for this popular mystery series?… Fans will have to wait and find out.