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Published: Thu, 05 Jul 2012 03:46:24 +0000

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Texas Radio Theatre 61 - Cruise To Die For 2

Thu, 05 Jul 2012 03:46:24 +0000

Rod Renegade: The Cruise to Die For

PART 2

Written by Richard Frohlich and DB Humphries
Produced by Shannan Frohlich and the TRTC
Recorded in studio June 2010
Featuring the voice talents of:

AJ Glendenning,
Rebecca Jordan
Joe Porter
Susan McMath Platt
Reg Platt
Ken Raney
Dona Safran
and
Kelly Scott

Additional Voices (recorded during a previous production) Lee Dunkleberg, Mary Macery and Jarod Mitchell

Rod Renegade is a special agent for the department of Homeland Security. Severely wounded in Afghanistan, he was fitted with a special computerized brain implant called "SIS" which restores his body to slightly better than normal.  SIS is also a complete artificial intelligence, communications and data bank that he can talk to mentally, but several 'bugs' haven't been worked out.  After his first few missions, Rod is given a "cat walk" assignment to monitor the first nuclear powered cruise submarine - as usual, Rod never gets the convensional definition of "cake walk"


This is part 2 of 4
Runtime: approx 22 minutes 25.4Mb


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/Texas_Radio_Theatre_61_-_Cruise_To_Die_For_2.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 60 - Cruise To Die For 1

Mon, 25 Jun 2012 05:13:00 +0000

Rod Renegade: The Cruise to Die For

Written by Richard Frohlich and DB Humphries

Produced by Shannan Frohlich and the TRTC
Recorded in studio June 2010

Featuring the voice talents of:

AJ Glendenning,
Rebecca Jordan
Joe Porter
Susan McMath Platt
Reg Platt
Ken Raney
Dona Safran
and
Kelly Scott

Additional Voices (recorded during a previous production) Lee Dunkleberg, Mary Macery and Jarod Mitchell

Rod Renegade is a special agent for the department of Homeland Security. Severely wounded in Afghanistan, he was fitted with a special computerized brain implant called "SIS" which restores his body to slightly better than normal.  SIS is also a complete artificial intelligence, communications and data bank that he can talk to mentally, but several 'bugs' haven't been worked out.  After his first few missions, Rod is given a "cat walk" assignment to monitor the first nuclear powered cruise submarine - as usual, Rod never gets the convensional definition of "cake walk"

This is part 1 of 4
Runtime: approx 17 minutes 19.4Mb


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/Texas_Radio_Theatre_60_-_Cruise_To_Die_For_1.mp3?dest-id=3489




Scorched Earth 09 - Homecoming

Sat, 09 Jun 2012 14:33:00 +0000

The Scorched Earth
A serialized Science Fiction Radio Drama By Bruce R. Coleman

Cast of Characters

Ridge Prothro:     Rick Espiallat
Pete Hertwig:      Max Swarner
Luanne Bellman:    Lisa Anne Haram
Ray Purcell:       Blake Blair
Doc Martinez:      Adrian Godinez
Alice Tisdale:     Arianna Movassagh
Micah:             Heath Billups
Lydia Vossburgh:   Lee Jamison
Frank Lassiter:    Daylon Walton

Guest Voices:

Greggory Lush:   Scorpio Blank
Miriam:  Corey Cleary-Stoner


The I-35 Radio Rep proudly presents 'THE SCORCHED EARTH,' written by Bruce R. Coleman, a Science Fiction Radio Drama that focuses on the lives of a small group of ordinary people living in the Texas town of Makepeace ( 40 miles west of Decatur, circa 1976.)

Those lives are threatened when a mysterious and desperate stranger materializes out of a dark summer night along a deserted stretch of highway outside of MakePeace, located in North Central Texas.

His discovery changes the lives of a small group of locals, propelling them into a confrontation with the nature of physics, greed, disease, mortality, family, time and the potential annihilation of the human race.

The final episode, Episode Nine: Homecoming

Written and directed by Bruce R. Coleman with music by Gregory Lush. Sound Engineering by Richard Frohlich. Thanks to S.T.A.G.E., The Texas Radio Theatre Company and KatHäus Studios.
THE SCORCHED EARTH was performed by THE I-35 RADIO REP COMPANY.

Thanks for listening.
Please look for us on FaceBook
and Twitter

(c) 2012


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/Scorched_Earth_09_-_Homecoming.mp3?dest-id=3489




Scorched Earth 08 - Reunion

Sun, 03 Jun 2012 22:04:00 +0000

The Scorched Earth
A serialized Science Fiction Radio Drama By Bruce R. Coleman

Cast of Characters

Ridge Prothro:     Rick Espiallat
Pete Hertwig:      Max Swarner
Luanne Bellman:    Lisa Anne Haram
Ray Purcell:       Blake Blair
Doc Martinez:      Adrian Godinez
Alice Tisdale:     Arianna Movassagh
Micah:             Heath Billups
Lydia Vossburgh:   Lee Jamison
Frank Lassiter:    Daylon Walton

The I-35 Radio Rep proudly presents 'THE SCORCHED EARTH,' written by Bruce R. Coleman, a Science Fiction Radio Drama that focuses on the lives of a small group of ordinary people living in the Texas town of Makepeace ( 40 miles west of Decatur, circa 1976.)

Those lives are threatened when a mysterious and desperate stranger materializes out of a dark summer night along a deserted stretch of highway outside of MakePeace, located in North Central Texas.

His discovery changes the lives of a small group of locals, propelling them into a confrontation with the nature of physics, greed, disease, mortality, family, time and the potential annihilation of the human race.

Episode Eight: Reunion

Written and directed by Bruce R. Coleman with music by Gregory Lush. Sound Engineering by Richard Frohlich. Thanks to S.T.A.G.E., The Texas Radio Theatre Company and KatHäus Studios.
THE SCORCHED EARTH was performed by THE I-35 RADIO REP COMPANY.

Join us again next time for THE SCORCHED EARTH, Episode Nine: Homecoming
Please look for us on FaceBook
and Twitter

(c) 2012


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/Scorched_Earth_08_-_Reunion.mp3?dest-id=3489




Scorched Earth 07 - Caught

Sat, 26 May 2012 04:47:04 +0000

The Scorched Earth
A serialized Science Fiction Radio Drama By Bruce R. Coleman

Cast of Characters

Ridge Prothro:     Rick Espiallat
Pete Hertwig:      Max Swarner
Luanne Bellman:    Lisa Anne Haram
Ray Purcell:       Blake Blair
Doc Martinez:      Adrian Godinez
Alice Tisdale:     Arianna Movassagh
Micah:             Heath Billups
Lydia Vossburgh:   Lee Jamison
Frank Lassiter:    Daylon Walton

The I-35 Radio Rep proudly presents 'THE SCORCHED EARTH,' written by Bruce R. Coleman, a Science Fiction Radio Drama that focuses on the lives of a small group of ordinary people living in the Texas town of Makepeace ( 40 miles west of Decatur, circa 1976.)

Those lives are threatened when a mysterious and desperate stranger materializes out of a dark summer night along a deserted stretch of highway outside of MakePeace, located in North Central Texas.

His discovery changes the lives of a small group of locals, propelling them into a confrontation with the nature of physics, greed, disease, mortality, family, time and the potential annihilation of the human race.

Episode Seven: Caught

Written and directed by Bruce R. Coleman with music by Gregory Lush. Sound Engineering by Richard Frohlich. Thanks to S.T.A.G.E., The Texas Radio Theatre Company and KatHäus Studios.
THE SCORCHED EARTH was performed by THE I-35 RADIO REP COMPANY.

Join us again next time for THE SCORCHED EARTH, Episode Eight: Reunion
Please look for us on FaceBook
and Twitter

(c) 2012


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/Scorched_Earth_07_-_Caught.mp3?dest-id=3489




Scorched Earth 06 - Dreams

Sat, 19 May 2012 07:17:00 +0000

The Scorched Earth
A serialized Science Fiction Radio Drama By Bruce R. Coleman

Cast of Characters

Ridge Prothro:     Rick Espiallat
Pete Hertwig:      Max Swarner
Luanne Bellman:    Lisa Anne Haram
Ray Purcell:       Blake Blair
Doc Martinez:      Adrian Godinez
Alice Tisdale:     Arianna Movassagh
Micah:             Heath Billups
Lydia Vossburgh:   Lee Jamison
Frank Lassiter:    Daylon Walton

The I-35 Radio Rep proudly presents 'THE SCORCHED EARTH,' written by Bruce R. Coleman, a Science Fiction Radio Drama that focuses on the lives of a small group of ordinary people living in the Texas town of Makepeace ( 40 miles west of Decatur, circa 1976.)

Those lives are threatened when a mysterious and desperate stranger materializes out of a dark summer night along a deserted stretch of highway outside of MakePeace, located in North Central Texas.

His discovery changes the lives of a small group of locals, propelling them into a confrontation with the nature of physics, greed, disease, mortality, family, time and the potential annihilation of the human race.

Episode Six: Dreams

Written and directed by Bruce R. Coleman with music by Gregory Lush. Sound Engineering by Richard Frohlich. Thanks to S.T.A.G.E., The Texas Radio Theatre Company and KatHäus Studios.

THE SCORCHED EARTH was performed by THE I-35 RADIO REP COMPANY.

Join us again next time for THE SCORCHED EARTH, Episode Seven: Caught
Please look for us on FaceBook
and Twitter


(c) 2012


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/Scorched_Earth_06_-_Dreams.mp3?dest-id=3489




Scorched Earth 05 - Fuguatives

Sat, 12 May 2012 23:26:00 +0000

The Scorched Earth
A serialized Science Fiction Radio Drama By Bruce R. Coleman

Cast of Characters

Ridge Prothro:     Rick Espiallat
Pete Hertwig:      Max Swarner
Luanne Bellman:    Lisa Anne Haram
Ray Purcell:       Blake Blair
Doc Martinez:      Adrian Godinez
Alice Tisdale:     Arianna Movassagh
Micah:             Heath Billups
Lydia Vossburgh:   Lee Jamison
Frank Lassiter:    Daylon Walton
Special Guest:     Corey Stoner

The I-35 Radio Rep proudly presents 'THE SCORCHED EARTH,' written by Bruce R. Coleman, a Science Fiction Radio Drama that focuses on the lives of a small group of ordinary people living in the Texas town of Makepeace ( 40 miles west of Decatur, circa 1976.)

Those lives are threatened when a mysterious and desperate stranger materializes out of a dark summer night along a deserted stretch of highway outside of MakePeace, located in North Central Texas.

His discovery changes the lives of a small group of locals, propelling them into a confrontation with the nature of physics, greed, disease, mortality, family, time and the potential annihilation of the human race.

Episode Five: Fugatives

Written and directed by Bruce R. Coleman with music by Gregory Lush. Sound Engineering by Richard Frohlich. Thanks to S.T.A.G.E., The Texas Radio Theatre Company and KatHäus Studios.

THE SCORCHED EARTH was performed by THE I-35 RADIO REP COMPANY.

Join us again next time for THE SCORCHED EARTH, Episode Six: Dreams

Please look for us on FaceBook
and Twitter

(c) 2012


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/Scorched_Earth_05_-_Fugatives.mp3?dest-id=3489




Scorched Earth 04 - Confessions

Sat, 05 May 2012 12:42:46 +0000

The Scorched Earth
A serialized Science Fiction Radio Drama By Bruce R. Coleman

Cast of Characters

Ridge Prothro:           Rick Espiallat
Pete Hertwig:             Max Swarner
Luanne Bellman:        Lisa Anne Haram
Ray Purcell:               Blake Blair
Doc Martinez:             Adrian Godinez
Alice Tisdale:             Arianna Movassagh
Micah:                       Heath Billups
Lydia Vossburgh:        Lee Jamison
Frank Lassiter:           Daylon Walton

Special Guest: Gregory Lush

The I-35 Radio Rep proudly presents its Innaugural Production,'THE SCORCHED EARTH,' written by Bruce R. Coleman THE SCORCHED EARTH is a Science Fiction Radio Drama debuting This Friday, with new episodes appearing every week! The story focuses on the lives of a small group of ordinary people living in the Texas town of Makepeace ( 40 miles west of Decatur, circa 1976.) Those lives are threatened when a mysterious and desperate stranger materializes out of a dark summer night.
A young man is discovered wandering along a deserted stretch of highway outside of MakePeace, located in North Central Texas. His discovery changes the lives of a small group of locals, propelling them into a confrontation with the nature of physics, greed, disease, mortality, family, time and the potential annihilation of the human race.

Episode Four: Confessions

Written and directed by Bruce R. Coleman with music by Gregory Lush. Sound Engineering by Richard Frohlich. Thanks to S.T.A.G.E., The Texas Radio Theatre Company and KatHäus Studios.

THE SCORCHED EARTH was performed by THE I-35 RADIO REP COMPANY.

Join us again next time for THE SCORCHED EARTH, Episode Four: Confessions

Please look for us on FaceBook

and Twitter

(c) 2012


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/Scorched_Earth_04_-_Confessions.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 59 - Battleship3D

Sun, 29 Apr 2012 04:49:57 +0000

Battleship 3D: The Movie Trailer

Written by Richard Frohlich and recorded in front of a studio audience during our STUDY IN SCARLET audio play:

Oct 16th 2011

Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art

Executive Producer:  Shannan Frohlich   
Director:  Richard Frohlich
Production Manager:  Ken Raney 

Featuring the Voice Talents of:

Ric Spiegel, Bryan Douglas, Andrew Kasten, Bryan Lockett and Reg Platt

Live Sound Effects by Ken Raney

Engineering, Music and Sound Patterns by Richard Frohlich


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/Battleship3D.mp3?dest-id=3489




Scorched Earth 03 - Blood

Fri, 27 Apr 2012 05:00:00 +0000

The Scorched Earth
A serialized Science Fiction Radio Drama By Bruce R. Coleman

Cast of Characters

Ridge Prothro:           Rick Espiallat
Pete Hertwig:             Max Swarner
Luanne Bellman:        Lisa Anne Haram
Ray Purcell:               Blake Blair
Doc Martinez:             Adrian Godinez
Alice Tisdale:             Arianna Movassagh
Micah:                       Heath Billups
Lydia Vossburgh:        Lee Jamison
Frank Lassiter:           Daylon Walton

The I-35 Radio Rep proudly presents its Innaugural Production,'THE SCORCHED EARTH,' written by Bruce R. Coleman THE SCORCHED EARTH is a Science Fiction Radio Drama debuting This Friday, with new episodes appearing every week! The story focuses on the lives of a small group of ordinary people living in the Texas town of Makepeace ( 40 miles west of Decatur, circa 1976.) Those lives are threatened when a mysterious and desperate stranger materializes out of a dark summer night.
A young man is discovered wandering along a deserted stretch of highway outside of MakePeace, located in North Central Texas. His discovery changes the lives of a small group of locals, propelling them into a confrontation with the nature of physics, greed, disease, mortality, family, time and the potential annihilation of the human race.

Episode Three: Blood

Written and directed by Bruce R. Coleman with music by Gregory Lush. Sound Engineering by Richard Frohlich. Thanks to S.T.A.G.E., The Texas Radio Theatre Company and KatHäus Studios.

THE SCORCHED EARTH was performed by THE I-35 RADIO REP COMPANY.

Join us again next time for THE SCORCHED EARTH, Episode Four: Confessions

Please look for us on FaceBook

and Twitter

(c) 2012


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/Scorched_Earth_03_-_Blood.mp3?dest-id=3489




Scorched Earth 02 - Parasite

Fri, 20 Apr 2012 05:46:03 +0000

The Scorched Earth
A serialized Science Fiction Radio Drama By Bruce R. Coleman

Cast of Characters

Ridge Prothro:           Rick Espiallat
Pete Hertwig:             Max Swarner
Luanne Bellman:        Lisa Anne Haram
Ray Purcell:               Blake Blair
Doc Martinez:             Adrian Godinez
Alice Tisdale:             Arianna Movassagh
Micah:                       Heath Billups
Lydia Vossburgh:        Lee Jamison
Frank Lassiter:           Daylon Walton

The I-35 Radio Rep proudly presents its Innaugural Production,'THE SCORCHED EARTH,' written by Bruce R. Coleman THE SCORCHED EARTH is a Science Fiction Radio Drama debuting This Friday, with new episodes appearing every week! The story focuses on the lives of a small group of ordinary people living in the Texas town of Makepeace ( 40 miles west of Decatur, circa 1976.) Those lives are threatened when a mysterious and desperate stranger materializes out of a dark summer night.
A young man is discovered wandering along a deserted stretch of highway outside of MakePeace, located in North Central Texas. His discovery changes the lives of a small group of locals, propelling them into a confrontation with the nature of physics, greed, disease, mortality, family, time and the potential annihilation of the human race.

Episode Two: Parasite

Written and directed by Bruce R. Coleman with music by Gregory Lush. Sound Engineering by Richard Frohlich. Thanks to S.T.A.G.E., The Texas Radio Theatre Company and KatHäus Studios.

THE SCORCHED EARTH was performed by THE I-35 RADIO REP COMPANY.

Join us again next time for THE SCORCHED EARTH, Episode Three: Blood

Please look for us on FaceBook

and Twitter

(c) 2012


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/Scorched_Earth_02_-_Parasite.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 58 - Titanic II: The Revenge

Sun, 15 Apr 2012 17:47:36 +0000

Titanic II: The Revenge

"This time you won't know how it ends!"

Written by Richard Frohlich and recorded in front of a studio audience during our REVENGE of the HALKMEN audio play: July 18th, 2003

Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art

Executive Producer:  Shannan Frohlich   
Director:  Richard Frohlich
Production Manager:  Ken Raney 

Featuring the Voice Talents of:

Tim Wardell, Dona Safran, Bill Flynn, Rich Baker, Spencer Prokop, Mitch Carr, Gary Layton,
Ken Raney and Larry Groebe


Live Sound Effects by Jennifer Parson and Ken Raney



Engineering and Sound Patterns by Richard Frohlich


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TitanicII.mp3?dest-id=3489




Scorched Earth 01 - A Stranger Among Us

Fri, 13 Apr 2012 04:14:00 +0000

The Scorched Earth
A serialized Science Fiction Radio Drama By Bruce R. Coleman

Cast of Characters

Ridge Prothro:           Rick Espiallat
Pete Hertwig:             Max Swarner
Luanne Bellman:        Lisa Anne Haram
Ray Purcell:               Blake Blair
Doc Martinez:             Adrian Godinez
Alice Tisdale:             Arianna Movassagh
Micah:                       Heath Billups
Lydia Vossburgh:        Lee Jamison
Frank Lassiter:           Daylon Walton

The I-35 Radio Rep proudly presents its Innaugural Production,'THE SCORCHED EARTH,' written by Bruce R. Coleman THE SCORCHED EARTH is a Science Fiction Radio Drama debuting This Friday, with new episodes appearing every week! The story focuses on the lives of a small group of ordinary people living in the Texas town of Makepeace ( 40 miles west of Decatur, circa 1976.) Those lives are threatened when a mysterious and desperate stranger materializes out of a dark summer night.

A young man is discovered wandering along a deserted stretch of highway outside of MakePeace, located in North Central Texas. His discovery changes the lives of a small group of locals, propelling them into a confrontation with the nature of physics, greed, disease, mortality, family, time and the potential annihilation of the human race.

Episode One: A STRANGER AMONGST US

Written and directed by Bruce R. Coleman with music by Gregory Lush. Sound Engineering by Richard Frohlich. Thanks to S.T.A.G.E., The Texas Radio Theatre Company and KatHäus Studios.

THE SCORCHED EARTH was performed by THE I-35 RADIO REP COMPANY.

Join us again next time for THE SCORCHED EARTH, Episode Two: PARASITE!!

Please look for us on FaceBook

and Twitter

(c) 2012


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/Scorched_Earth_01_-_A_Stranger_Among_Us.mp3?dest-id=3489




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Texas Radio Theatre 57 - Blowing the dust off

Thu, 15 Sep 2011 05:16:05 +0000

October marks the Texas Radio Theatre Company's 10th anniversary.

We haven't released an audio play on our podcast for over a year, so maybe it's time to blow the dust off this thing and give you a sampling of why we love doing what we do.

A couple of live shows are scheduled before 2011 ends... and I'm sure there will be more between now and October 2012

Stay tuned to our podcast, our website and our facebook page for all sorts of stuff.


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_057_return.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 56 - The Final Problem (Part 3)

Sun, 01 Aug 2010 23:45:09 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art present the conclusion of:

"Sherlock Holmes and the Final Problem"

Adapted by Julie Barrett
Directed by Richard Frohlich

Featuring the voice talents of:
Robert Clover Brown
Margot Copel
David Grant
Sheela Kadam
Bryan Lockett
Richard Milla
Spencer Prokop,
and Ken Raney

Live sound effects by Ken Raney.  Original Music courtesy of Lucien Désar
      
Recorded in front of a studio audience in November 2007

The Texas Radio Theatre presents an audio adaptation of one of Sherlock Homles' 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.

Part 3 of 3
Runtime approximately 19:42     22.7MB

© 2007 Richard Frohlich


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_056_FinalProb3.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 55 - Final Problem (Part 2)

Mon, 26 Jul 2010 03:38:51 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art present:
"Sherlock Holmes and the Final Problem"

Adapted by Julie Barrett
Directed by Richard Frohlich

Featuring the voice talents of:
Robert Clover Brown
Margot Copel
David Grant
Sheela Kadam
Bryan Lockett
Richard Milla
Spencer Prokop,
and Ken Raney

Live sound effects by Ken Raney.  Original Music courtesy of Lucien Désar
      
Recorded in front of a studio audience in November 2007

The Texas Radio Theatre presents an audio adaptation of one of Sherlock Homles' 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.

Part 2 of 3
Runtime approximately 14:40     16.8MB

© 2007 Richard Frohlich


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_055_FinalProb2.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 54 - Final Problem (Part 1)

Mon, 19 Jul 2010 03:31:00 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art present:
"Sherlock Holmes and the Final Problem"

Adapted by Julie Barrett
Directed by Richard Frohlich

Featuring the voice talents of:
Robert Clover Brown
Margot Copel
David Grant
Sheela Kadam
Bryan Lockett
Richard Milla
Spencer Prokop,
and Ken Raney

Live sound effects by Ken Raney.  Original Music courtesy of Lucien Désar

Recorded in front of a studio audience in November 2007

The Texas Radio Theatre presents an audio adaptation of one of Sherlock Homles' 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.

Part 1 of 3
Runtime approximately 29:43     29.4MB

© 2007 Richard Frohlich
 Listen here: http://texasradio.rnn.beta.libsynpro.com/rss  or visit our page on iTunes


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_054_FinalProb1.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 53 - Chaos for Hire (Part 3)

Sat, 10 Jul 2010 20:53:13 +0000

Rod Renegade: Chaos for Hire (part 3)
Written by DB Humphries and Richard Frohlich, Produced by Shannan Frohlich and the TRTC
Recorded in front of a studio audience at the Arlington Museum of Art on July 18th, 2004

This is the third part and the conclusion to this Rod Renegade adventure.

Rod Renegade is a special agent for the department of Homeland Security. Severely wounded in Afghanistan, he was fitted with a special computerized brain implant called "SIS" which restores his body to slightly better than normal.  SIS is also a complete artificial intelligence, communications and data bank that he can talk to mentally, but several 'bugs' haven't been worked out.  During one of Rod's test he meets Taipan, an international criminal who's soon to become Rod's greatest nemesis.

This is part 3 of 3
Runtime: approx 26 minutes  35Mb

Featuring the voice talents of Rich Baker, Caitlin Tiffany Glass, Larry Groebe, Drew Hampton and Stephanie Wulfe.   Live sound effects were created by Angie Payne and Ken Raney.

This audio play won the 2004 Mark Time Honorable Mention


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_053_RodRen3.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 52 - Chaos for Hire (Part 2)

Sun, 04 Jul 2010 20:05:29 +0000

Rod Renegade: Chaos for Hire (part 2)
Written by DB Humphries and Richard Frohlich, Produced by Shannan Frohlich and the TRTC
Recorded in front of a studio audience at the Arlington Museum of Art on July 18th, 2004

Rod Renegade is a special agent for the department of Homeland Security. Severely wounded in Afghanistan, he was fitted with a special computerized brain implant called "SIS" which restores his body to slightly better than normal.  SIS is also a complete artificial intelligence, communications and data bank that he can talk to mentally, but several 'bugs' haven't been worked out.  During one of Rod's test he meets Taipan, an international criminal who's soon to become Rod's greatest nemesis.

This is part 2 of 3
Runtime: approx 19 minutes  26Mb

Featuring the voice talents of Rich Baker, Caitlin Tiffany Glass, Larry Groebe, Drew Hampton and Stephanie Wulfe.   Live sound effects were created by Angie Payne and Ken Raney.

This audio play won the 2004 Mark Time Honorable Mention


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_052_RodRen2.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 51 - Chaos for Hire (Part 1)

Sat, 26 Jun 2010 16:26:00 +0000

​Rod Renegade: Chaos for Hire
Written by DB Humphries and Richard Frohlich, Produced by Shannan Frohlich and the TRTC
Recorded in front of a studio audience at the Arlington Museum of Art on July 18th, 2004

Rod Renegade is a special agent for the department of Homeland Security. Severely wounded in Afghanistan, he was fitted with a special computerized brain implant called "SIS" which restores his body to slightly better than normal.  SIS is also a complete artificial intelligence, communications and data bank that he can talk to mentally, but several 'bugs' haven't been worked out.  During one of Rod's test he meets Taipan, an international criminal who's soon to become Rod's greatest nemesis.

This is part 1 of 3
Runtime: approx 22 minutes  30Mb

Featuring the voice talents of Rich Baker, Caitlin Tiffany Glass, Larry Groebe, Drew Hampton and Stephanie Wulfe.   Live sound effects were created by Angie Payne and Ken Raney.

This audio play won the 2004 Mark Time Honorable Mention


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_051_RodRen1.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theare 50 - Virus - Son of Schlock Audio Theatre

Tue, 22 Jun 2010 05:03:38 +0000

This is the first step alien love child (son) of Schlock Audio Theatre.  The film we poke fun at is Kinji Kukasaku’s VIRUS, a dreadfully bleak film due to its being cut to ribbons for an international audience.  Virus was made in 1980 and originally starred Masao Kusakari, George Kennedy, Robert Vaughn, Chuck Connors, Olivia Hussey, Edward James Olmos, Ken Ogata, Sonny Chiba and Glenn Ford.

Fermented, written, recorded, mixed and edited by Richard Frohlich
Produced by Shannan Frohlich and the Texas Radio Theatre Company.
Recorded in Irving Texas

Vocally interpreted by: Mitch Carr, Bryan Douglas, Doug Goodrich, Larry Groebe, Rebecca Jordan, Bryan Lockett, Tiffany Lonsdale-Hands, Susan McMath Platt, Reg Platt, Joe Porter, Ken Raney, Dona Safran, Kelly Scott, Ric Spiegel and Jordan Willis

Runtime 63:30 min  - 87.2 MB

© 2009 Richard Frohlich


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Texas Radio Theatre 49 - Spunky MacLean (Part 2)

Sun, 22 Nov 2009 21:47:35 +0000

Spunky Maclean in: “Murder at the Rockford Theatre”
Written and Directed by Sonny Bynum.
Set in the mid-1950’s, it’s an original story of a soft-boiled Greenwich Village detective named Spunky.  While on a routine trail of a few unscrupulous characters, he suddenly discovers a bizarre murder.

This is part 2 of 2

Runtime: approx. 46 minutes


T H E   C a s t (in alphabetical order)

Shannon Atkinson - Fleurelle

Rich Baker - Dr. Hyrum Dickens, Officer Edwards, Zack Kelso, J.C. Guthries, Leonard Spivey, Ticket Seller, Annc 3

Kristina Denapolis - Rhonda Carlisle

Matt Ducey -  Mr. Roberts, Luther Chesterton, Sailor, Bouncer

Desirée Fultz - Barbara Davies

Elliott Gilbert - Roger Edelsen, Julius Freeman, Red, Usher, Opera Man, Announcer 1

Rachel Golden - Darlene Lovejoy, Freddy, Scream

Peggy Bott-Kirby - Mama Rosette, Mamma Diana, Opera Woman

Jess Price - Officer Clemens, Dr. Preston, 'Sweet Bobby' Tyrell, Sylvester Underhill, Mario, Cabby, Announcer 2

Ken Raney - Sgt. William O'Doyle, Mr. Jackson, Enraged Patron

Holland Sanders - Darren, Jennifer Cromwell

Rodd Wayne - Spunky MacLean


T H E   C R E W

Rich Frohlich - Creative Director and Executive Producer

Joshua Cox - Sound FX Chief and Sound Engineer

Brandon Brown - Musical Performance and Music Engineer

Sonny Bynum - Writer, Director and Conductor


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Texas Radio Theatre 48 - Spunky MacLean (Part 1)

Sat, 14 Nov 2009 22:52:01 +0000

Spunky Maclean in: “Murder at the Rockford Theatre”
Written and Directed by Sonny Bynum.
Set in the mid-1950’s, it’s an original story of a soft-boiled Greenwich Village detective named Spunky.  While on a routine trail of a few unscrupulous characters, he suddenly discovers a bizarre murder.

Runtime: approx. 43 minutes


T H E   C a s t (in alphabetical order)

Shannon Atkinson - Fleurelle

Rich Baker - Dr. Hyrum Dickens, Officer Edwards, Zack Kelso, J.C. Guthries, Leonard Spivey, Ticket Seller, Annc 3

Kristina Denapolis - Rhonda Carlisle

Matt Ducey -  Mr. Roberts, Luther Chesterton, Sailor, Bouncer

Desirée Fultz - Barbara Davies

Elliott Gilbert - Roger Edelsen, Julius Freeman, Red, Usher, Opera Man, Announcer 1

Rachel Golden - Darlene Lovejoy, Freddy, Scream

Peggy Bott-Kirby - Mama Rosette, Mamma Diana, Opera Woman

Jess Price - Officer Clemens, Dr. Preston, 'Sweet Bobby' Tyrell, Sylvester Underhill, Mario, Cabby, Announcer 2

Ken Raney - Sgt. William O'Doyle, Mr. Jackson, Enraged Patron

Holland Sanders - Darren, Jennifer Cromwell

Rodd Wayne - Spunky MacLean


T H E   C R E W

Rich Frohlich - Creative Director and Executive Producer

Joshua Cox - Sound FX Chief and Sound Engineer

Brandon Brown - Musical Performance and Music Engineer

Sonny Bynum - Writer, Director and Conductor


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Texas Radio Theatre 47 - Dragon Song

Sat, 07 Nov 2009 06:23:27 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art presents "Dragon Song" recorded in front of a studio audience on June 21st 2002.

Written by D.B. Humphries and directed by Louann Chapman.

Featuring the voice talents of Connie Crow, Robert (Bob) Erickson, Kathi Funston, Elliott Gilbert, Stephanie Knapp, Christine, Bernadette Muegel, Bill Shelton, Rodd Wayne

Live sound effects by Libby Millron

Guitar and original Music performed by Kyle MacConnell

Dragon Song is a story about Mothers and Mothering. They give so much to birth-love and give much more when they let that love wing away. But many times during the intermediate - they look up to the sky in frustration and wail, "What did I do to deserve this?" Then, they look once more upon the little Dragons that caused the frustration and fall in love all over again.

That's the Magic of Mothers and... Dragon Song.

This play runs approximately 1 hour.


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Texas Radio Theatre 46 - The Brazilian Cat

Fri, 30 Oct 2009 05:52:42 +0000

The Brazilian Cat
Adapted for audio by Jim Cort from a short story by Arthur Conan Doyle.

One of the many stories Doyle wrote outside his famous Sherlock Holmes works. It's a horror-adventure story that begins with a young man with aristocratic connections, but no money hoping to live with, and possibly fend off some creditors with the help of his wealthy first cousin, a man who has the curious hobby of collecting strange and dangerous exotic pets. The short story is part of Doyle's "Tales of Terror and Mystery" collection.

Voice talents by David Grant, Kevin Nash, Dale Lena Evans, Larry Groebe and Gary Layton.
Music by Lucien Désar.
Directed and Mixed by Richard Frohlich

Recorded in studio July 2004, in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art


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Texas Radio Theatre 45 - The Time Machine

Sat, 24 Oct 2009 06:35:36 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company adapts H.G. Wells' classic story, where we travel to the year 100,080 and a world where beauty and terror live side-by-side.  Suddenly the time machine, our only exit, is missing.  Could the docile and weak inhabitants called Eloi be something other than what they appear, or is there something lurking in the shadows.

This audio play was recorded at the Arlington Museum of Art on May 30th 2009 in front of a studio audience and includes the voice talents of Larry Groebe, Gary Layton, Tiffany Lonsdale-Hands, Ken Raney, Kelly Scott and Ric Spiegel.

Ken Raney provides the live sound effects and Richard Frohlich directs and engineers.

The play runs approximately 38 minutes.


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Texas Radio Theatre 44 - Syndrome Johnny (Tales of Tomorrow)

Sat, 17 Oct 2009 05:57:00 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company recreates this lost ABC radio Tales of Tomorrow episode called "Syndrome Johnny" by Charles Dye about the world ravaged by pandemic after pandemic.

This radio play was recorded at the Arlington Museum of Art on May 30th 2009 in front of a studio audience and includes the voice talents of Larry Groebe, Gary Layton, Tiffany Lonsdale-Hands, Ken Raney, Kelly Scott and Ric Spiegel.

Ken Raney provides the live sound effects and Richard Frohlich directs and engineers.

The play runs approximately 30 minutes.


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Texas Radio Theatre 43 - Teenagers from Outerspace - Schlock Audio Theatre

Sat, 10 Oct 2009 16:35:24 +0000

Schlock Audio and Texas Radio Theatre have teamed up a second time to poke holes in the cheesiest efforts of cinema.  Our newest target is the cheaply made, yet admirably ambitious "Teenagers from Outer Space" (1959 - Tom Graeff)

Hosts Victor and Begore take you on an audio journey through the finer points (and holes) of the (alleged) plot, in half the time it takes you to get through the actual film.  

It was adapted by Charles E Pratt Jr.  It was directed recorded and edited by Richard Frohlich and featured the voice Talents of Reg Platt as Victor, Grandpa, Captain and Cop 1 / Bryan Douglas as Begore / Bryan Lockette as Derek / Kelly Scott as Betty /  Larry Groebe as Thor, Astronomer and Cop 2 / Richard Milla as the Gas Station Attendant, Morel and Joe / Susan McMath Platt as Saul, an anonymous car driver  and the Power Guy / Robert Clover Brown as Dr. Mason, Dr Johnson and Supreme Excellence / Ken Raney as the Driver of Thor's Ride and an unnamed detective / Margo Copel as Alice / And Finally Mitch Carr as the Radio Announcer.

Thank you for listening to Schlock Audio Theatre - please visit texasradiotheatre.com for more information about future productions, and links to past shows.

Enjoy the cheesy goodness, and remember to strap those audio goggles on - it never hurts to be too careful.

This Production - © 2008 Charles E Pratt Jr.


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Texas Radio Theatre 42 - Robot Monster - Schlock Audio Theatre

Sat, 03 Oct 2009 18:33:00 +0000

In 2007 Texas Radio Theatre Company joined forces with Schlock Audio Theater to produce new audio send-ups to the best worst movies of all time.

Recorded at a secretly concealed audio installation deep in the heart of Colleyville, Texas

Adapted by Charles E. Pratt Jr.
Directed and Recorded by Richard Frohlich

Featuring the voice talents of:
Reg Platt ..................... Viktor, Ro-Man
Bryan Douglas ................. Begore, Professor
Kelly Scott ................... Johnny
Susan McMath Platt ............ Carla, Martha
Richard Milla ................. Roy
Dona Safran ................... Alice
Mitch Carr .................... Great Guidance

Recorded, mixed and edited by Richard Frohlich

Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with Schlock Audio Theatre.

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Texas Radio Theatre 41 - Cliff Proton and the Pan Dimensional Commissary

Fri, 10 Apr 2009 01:45:03 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art present:

Cliff Proton and the Pan Dimensional Commissary: PART 3
by Richard Frohlich

In part two of the Pan Dimensional Commissary, Cliff, Doctor Heterodyne and Robot went to get breakfast at Arnolds when they discovered it was closed. Hungry, they ate at a nearby restaurant called Moffin’s IDC when it exploded. Thinking there was a connection, the three climbed onto the restaurant’s matter transference device – which took them to the planet Ebay... Cliff was in prison... and Robot and the doctor attempted a daring rescue, only to find they had the wrong prisoner, leaving Cliff to be tortured at Widow Granny Moffin’s leisure. Will the Doctor and Robot try to rescue Cliff a second time? Just how many beanie babies are on Planet Ebay and will anyone ever get a decent breakfast ever again. Find out in Part three of Cliff Proton and the Pan Dimensional Commissary!

Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art
TRTC Executive Producer: Shannan Frohlich
Director: Richard Frohlich
Production Manager: Ken Raney
Featuring the Voice Talents of: Jonathan Cooper, AJ Glendenning, David Grant, Larry Groebe, Jerry Hall, Pamela Heath and Ken Raney.
Live Sound Effects performed by: Bob White & Ken Raney
Sound Patterns and Engineering by Richard Frohlich
Length: 25:02 min, Size: 17.1 MB

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Texas Radio Theatre 40 - Cliff Proton and the Pan Dimensional Commissary

Thu, 02 Apr 2009 23:47:13 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art present:

Cliff Proton and the Pan Dimensional Commissary: PART 2
by Richard Frohlich

In part one of the Pan Dimensional Commissary, Cliff, Doctor Heterodyne and Robot went to get breakfast at Arnolds when they discovered it was closed. They ate at a nearby restaurant called Moffin’s IDC when Arnolds building suddenly exploded... Will Cliff and his friends find out what happened to Arnold? Will they find out how his restaurant blew up? Will they ever get a decent breakfast? Find out in episode two!!!

Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art
TRTC Executive Producer: Shannan Frohlich
Director: Richard Frohlich
Production Manager: Ken Raney
Featuring the Voice Talents of: Jonathan Cooper, AJ Glendenning, David Grant, Larry Groebe, Jerry Hall, Pamela Heath and Ken Raney.
Live Sound Effects performed by: Bob White & Ken Raney
Sound Patterns and Engineering by Richard Frohlich
Length: 21:30 min, Size: 14.7 MB

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TRTC Storytelling 01 - Fire

Wed, 01 Apr 2009 03:10:22 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with Various Indian Peoples Publishing Co. present:

The Origin of Fire
From "Grandfather's Stories" - adapted by Gregg Howard

The oldest form of audio theatre is storytelling. This episode, our first in a series of storytelling programs, is performed by Gregg Howard.

Produced by the VIP Publishing
Recorded and Edited by Richard Frohlich

Adapted and Voiced by Gregg Howard


Recorded in 1994
Length:  9:33 min, Size: 6.7 MB

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Texas Radio Theatre 39 - Cliff Proton and the Pan Dimensional Commissary

Fri, 27 Mar 2009 02:27:16 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art present:

Cliff Proton and the Pan Dimensional Commissary
by Richard Frohlich

The
In his forth adventure, Cliff, our fearless intrepid and slightly accident prone space ranger returns with Doc and Robot to confront the diabolical plans of Gran Berry Moffin... an evil chef bent on universal domination.

Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art
TRTC Executive Producer:  Shannan Frohlich    
Director:  Richard Frohlich
Production Manager:  Ken Raney  

Featuring the Voice Talents of:

Jonathan Cooper, AJ Glendenning, David Grant, Larry Groebe, Jerry Hall, Pamela Heath and Ken Raney.

Live Sound Effects performed by:  Bob White & Ken Raney
Sound Patterns and Engineering: Richard Frohlich

Length:  21:00 min, Size: 14.8 MB

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Texas Radio Theatre 38 - The Charado

Tue, 24 Mar 2009 06:45:20 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art present: The Charado written by Richard Frohlich The Charado, a strange super powered visitor from another world. Unable to speak American, but willing to use is inhuman powers to fight for truth - justice and freedom. Today's adventure - "The Gorilla Next Door" sponsored by Tart Pops, the only candy that looks like Brittany Spears. Recorded in front of a studio audience in January 2005 Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art TRTC Executive Producer: Shannan Frohlich Director: Richard Frohlich Production Manager: Ken Raney Featuring the Voice Talents of: Joe Berryman, Jerry Hall, Chris Messersmith, Christopher Nash, Ken Raney, Dona Safran and Bob White. Live Sound Effects were performed by Hina Padihar and Angie Payne. Sound Patterns and Engineering: Richard Frohlich Length 7:00 min Size 5.4 MB http://www.texasradiotheatre.com/ http://txradiotc.blogspot.com/


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Texas Radio Theatre 37 - The Adventures of Sidekick Shane

Sun, 25 May 2008 03:50:00 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art and The Creative Arts Theatre and School present:The Adventures of Sidekick shaneby Richard FrohlichThe story of The Solo Kid (a typical western hero), as told through the eyes of his sidekick.   After a short stop in Luckenbach, Texas, Shane and Solo are summoned to a small cowtown and find themselves up against Lonesome Clyde, the thievenest, rottenest, shootenest hombre south of the Red River. This time Clyde goes too far and steals everything in town including it's sheriff, and now Solo's got to arrest him.Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of ArtTRTC Executive Producer:  Shannan Frohlich    Director:  Richard Frohlich Production Manager:  Ken Raney  Featuring the Voice Talents of:Allyn Carrell ........... Miss KittenRebecca Dalton  ......... Kid in CommercialKevin Hollaway  ......... Sidekick ShaneDavid Jaramillo  ........ The Solo KidJohn Kelly   ............ BartenderMichael Sean Matthews.... Lonesome ClydeKen Raney ............... Your Program AnnouncerLive Sound Effects performed by:  Jennifer Parson and Ken RaneyOriginal Banjo Compositions:  Dan GibsonSound Patterns and Engineering: Richard FrohlichLength:  25:37 min, Size: 11.7 MBvisit us on line at texasradiotheatre.com  and Our Weblog[...]


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Texas Radio Theatre 36 - The Monkey's Paw in Texas

Sun, 18 May 2008 03:46:00 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art and The Creative Arts Theatre and School present:

The Monkey's Paw in Texas
adapted by Tim Wardell and Richard Frohlich

A reworked updated version of W.W. Jacobs classic story about the care people should take in what they wish for.

Recorded in front of a studio audience October and November of 2003

Produced by Shannan Frohlich and the Texas Radio Theatre Company.  

Featuring the voice talents of Stacy Meier, Dona Safran, Mitch Carr, Rich Baker and Gary Layton. 

Jennifer Parson created the live sound effects and Ken Raney was production manager and main announcer.

Length:  29:41 min, Size: 13.6 MB

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Texas Radio Theatre 35 - The Shot

Sat, 10 May 2008 18:42:00 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art presents:

The Shot
Part 2 of Three Little Sureshots
written by DB Humphries and Richard Frohlich

Recorded in front of a studio audience April and May of 2004"

Three Little Sure Shots" is a collection of short plays based on the life and spirit of Annie Oakley.  The second play, "The Shot" is about Annie Oakley's first meeting with Thomas Edison in his kinetograph (motion picture) studio.

Produced by Shannan Frohlich and the Texas Radio Theatre Company.  

Directed by Richard Frohlich

Ken Raney is the production manager

Featured in the cast: Taffy Geisel as Annie Oakley, Michael Sean Matthews as Frank Butler. 

Also in the cast:  Carley Carpenter, Joey Geisel, John Kelly, Eric Knapp, Curt Mega and Elise Perea.

Live sound effects were performed by Jennifer Parson and Ken Raney

Length:  18:16 min, Size: 8.4 MB

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Texas Radio Theatre 34 - Domingo Siete

Sat, 03 May 2008 05:10:00 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art presents:

Domingo Siete
adapted by Richard Frohlich

Recorded in front of a studio audience March and April of 2004

Domingo Siete is based on a folktale with roots in Texas, Mexican and Irish cultures.  A story of two hunchbacks who live in the same village, but soon meet magical faires, cursed villages, spooky forests and mean nasty orgres.

Produced by Shannan Frohlich and the Texas Radio Theatre Company.  

Directed by Richard Frohlich

Ken Raney is the production manager

Featuring the voice talents of:

Allyn Carrell, Rebecca Dalton, Kevin Hollaway,
David Jaramillo, John Kelly, Michael Sean Matthews and
Ken Raney

Live sound effects were performed by Jennifer Parson

Original Banjo soundtrack: Dan Gibson

Length:  39:03 min, Size: 18.3 MB

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Texas Radio Theatre 33 - The Bride Comes to Yellowsky

Sat, 26 Apr 2008 15:58:00 +0000

The Bride Comes to Yellowsky
by Stephen Crane
Adapted by Jim Cort

Set at the end of the 19th century in a town called Yellow Sky, the story concerns the marshal, Jack Potter, and his unnamed bride and the effect their marriage has on the town.

Produced by Shannan Frohlich and the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art

Directed and Engineered by Richard Frohlich

Production Manager: Ken Raney

Featuring the voice talents of:
Earl Browning
Taffy Geisel
Gary Layton
Ivy Price
Spencer Prokop
Suzy Zimmerman
Ken Raney

Live sound effects were created by Libby Milliron

Recorded in front of a studio audience February 2003

(c) 2003 Jim Cort & Richard Frohlich

Length:  31:49 min, Size: 14.3 MB

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Texas Radio Theatre 32 - Earthday Special

Wed, 23 Apr 2008 00:25:00 +0000

Three audio shorts produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company brought to you today in honor of Earth Day!

The Day After Doomorrow
A story about rosy tomorrows after all heck breaks loose.
    Written by Richard Frohlich
    Featuring the Voice Talents of:
    David Grant
    Bill Otstott
    Kristen Rice
    Sound effects were created by Angie Payne and Hina Padihar
    Recorded June 2004

Mutual Life of Armageddon Insurance
No matter what happens, are you covered to the end of time?
    Written by Richard Frohlich, Rodd Wayne and Richard Baker
    Featuring the Voice Talents of:
    Ramond Banda    
    Deanna King
    Jessica McKenzie
    Davette Shands
    Sherri Small Truit
    Sound Effects were created by Jennifer Parson
    Recorded August 2003

Gravity
The mysterious unsee-able force... will you use it wisely?
    Written by Richard Frohlich and Louis Wahl
    Featuring the Voice Talents of:
    David Grant
    Cynthia Matthews
    Adam Dietrich
    Kevin Grammar    
    Sound Effects were Created by Jennifer Parson
    Recorded December 2003

Length:  9:21 min, Size: 4.3 MB

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Texas Radio Theatre 31 - Cliff Proton - Quantum Suit - Part 3

Sat, 19 Apr 2008 05:21:00 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company, in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of  Art performs the THIRD Cliff Proton Adventure called âThe Quantum Suit's Loose Thread of Time".

We follow Cliff Proton, his robot, the Doctor and Sarah on another action-packed adventure set in the far and distant future where everyone lives, flies and eats out of tubes...

Chapter 3 - Cliff, having locked his key inside his space ship has attempted to use his modified Quantum suit to go back in time to retrieve them, only to imprisoned in the interdimensional vortex by the high priestess of Jolee.  Having escaped her alluring clutches, he finds himself in an alternate dimension where men are women - women are men and robots are in charge.... the horror.  How will he finally get back to his own dimension AND unlock his spaceship?  Find out in this next episode of Cliff Proton, Space Ranger.

This is the conclusion of TRTC program number 68 - recorded June 2005 in front of a studio audience.

It was written and directed by Richard Frohlich, produced by Shannan Frohlich and the TRTC in cooperation with Arlington Museum of Art.  

Production Manager is Ken Raney.

It featured the voice talents of A.J. Glendenning, David Grant, Jonathan Cooper, Terrisa Cossak, Shannan Atkinson, Larry Groebe, Sheryl Livesay, Jerry Hall, Ken Raney, and Bob White.

Live Sound effects were performed by Jerry Hall, Bob White and Rhiannon McMillon.

Length:  33:21 min, Size: 15.2 MB

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Texas Radio Theatre 30 - Cliff Proton - Quantum Suit - Part 2

Sat, 12 Apr 2008 22:14:00 +0000

Texas Radio Theatre Company, in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art performs the THIRD Cliff Proton Adventure

called âThe Quantum Suit's Loose Thread of Time".

We follow Cliff Proton, his robot, the Doctor and Sarah on another action-packed adventure set in the far and distant

future where everyone lives, flies and eats out of tubes...

Chapter 2 - In the previous chapter, Cliff's chain-drinking of Robotine Robot Colas and the discovery of his new ship's

lack of washrooms make it necessary that they make an emergency landing on planet or asteroid with 'suitable gravity'...

What horrific series of events will force Cliff to unlock the mysterious forces of time... find out in this next episode of

Cliff Proton, Space Ranger.

This is TRTC program number 68 - recorded June 2005 in front of a studio audience.

It was written and directed by Richard Frohlich, produced by Shannan Frohlich and the TRTC in cooperation with Arlington

Museum of Art.  Production Manager is Ken Raney.

It featured the voice talents of A.J. Glendenning, David Grant, Jonathan Cooper, Terrisa Cossak, Shannan Atkinson, Larry

Groebe, Sheryl Livesay, Jerry Hall, Ken Raney, and Bob White.

Live Sound effects were performed by Jerry Hall, Bob White and Rhiannon McMillon.

Length:  39:59 min, Size: 18.3 MB

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Texas Radio Theatre 29 - Cliff Proton - Quantum Suit - Part 1

Sat, 05 Apr 2008 15:07:00 +0000

Texas Radio Theatre Company, in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art performs the THIRD Cliff Proton Adventure called âThe Quantum Suit's Loose Thread of Time".

We follow Cliff Proton, his robot, the Doctor and Sarah on another action-packed adventure set in the far and distant future where everyone lives, flies and eats out of tubes... This time, Cliff gets a ship made by the Hydnan empire - and soon discovers it's missing a key piece of hardware - forcing them to make an emergency landing in a place with suitable gravity.

This is TRTC program number 68 - recorded June 2005 in front of a studio audience.

It was written and directed by Richard Frohlich, produced by Shannan Frohlich and the TRTC in cooperation with Arlington Museum of Art.  Production Manager is Ken Raney.

It featured the voice talents of A.J. Glendenning, David Grant, Jonathan Cooper, Terrisa Cossak, Shannan Atkinson, Larry Groebe, Sheryl Livesay, Jerry Hall, Ken Raney, and Bob White.

Live Sound effects were performed by Jerry Hall, Bob White and Rhiannon McMillon.

Length:  22:17 min, Size: 10.5 MB

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Texas Radio Theatre 28 - Some Words With a Mummy

Sat, 29 Mar 2008 20:31:00 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with  The Arlington Museum of Art present:

Edgar Allen Poe's "Some Words with a Mummy"
Adapted, and directed by Richard Frohlich

What happens when two amateur 19th century Egyptologists from Boston apply a small electric current to a perfectly preserved, completely hydrated 5000 year old mummy?

Hilarity of course... or wouldn't you expect that from Poe.

Featuring the voice talents of:

Luis Alford
Mitch Carr
Doug Luke
David Moore

Live soundeffects by Jennifer Parson, Dona Safran and Ken Raney

Recorded November 2003 in Arlington Texas


Length:  approx 27 min  Size 12.4 M

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http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_mummy.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre - Cliff Preview 2 April '08

Tue, 25 Mar 2008 04:10:00 +0000

Second Promo for the next live performance of the Texas Radio Theatre Company

Cliff Proton returns in his seventh adventure: The Loose Jelly at the Edge of the Galaxy

Sponsored by Robotine Robot Cola!

Performances in the Dallas/Fort Worth area on April 25th, 26th and 27th
Check texasradiotheatre.com  for specific locations and times

Come Hear us if you can... the full show will be about 75 minutes of this kind of stuff!

Written Directed and Engineered by Rich Frohlich

Featuring the voice talents of: A.J. Glendenning, David Grant, Jonathan Cooper, Richard Milla and Angelyn Zephyr and Ric Spiegel who provided us with the awesome announcer voice

Length:  4:55 min,


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_Cliff_Proton_Promo_2.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 27 - The Last Brushcat 3

Sat, 22 Mar 2008 06:25:00 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with  The Arlington Museum of Art present:

Part 3 of Colonel Nickels and the Last Brushcat from Punto Oreos
A comedy written by Richard Frohlich with Rodd Wayne and Rich Baker
 
Colonel Nickels, the most celebrated adventurer of the 19th and 20th century is in Punto Oreos to find the ferocious brushcat...  Part 3 finds him about to enter the impenetrable jungle along with Carmella and Johnson, a foreman of the local N. Tensions coffee plantation and part time jungle guide.

Grab those machetes, dust off that pith helmet and chug a cup of N. Tenschenâs brand âSwellâ coffee as we accompany Colonel Nickels' on this thrilling adventure.

Recorded in front of a "studio" audience in Arlington Texas, July 21st, 2002

Featured in the cast were Rich Baker, Bill Flynn, Eliot Gilbert, Hina Pahiar, Ken Raney and Laura Reeves - live sound effects were performed by Libby Miliron, Hina Padhiar and Laura Reeves.

It was written by Rich Frohlich, Rod Wayne and Rich Baker,  engineered and directed by Richard Frohlich.

Length:  27:03 min, Size: 12.7 MB

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and Our Weblog


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_Brushcat_3.mp3?dest-id=3489




Schlock Audio - Promo

Thu, 20 Mar 2008 04:30:00 +0000

Schlock Audio Theatre and Texas Radio Theatre Company presents:

The new and swell smelling episodes of Schlock Audio Theatre.

Visit www.schlockaudio.com to hear the Cheesy Goodness!

Runtime: Approx 90 seconds


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/Schlock_Promo.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre - Cliff Preview April '08

Tue, 18 Mar 2008 22:42:00 +0000

Promo for the next live performance of the Texas Radio Theatre Company

Cliff Proton returns in his seventh adventure: The Loose Jelly at the Edge of the Galaxy

Sponsored by Robotine Robot Cola!

Performances in the Dallas/Fort Worth area on April 25th, 26th and 27th
Check texasradiotheatre.com  for specific locations and times

Come Hear us if you can... the full show will be about 75 minutes of this kind of stuff!

Written Directed and Engineered by Rich Frohlich

Featuring the voice talents of: A.J. Glendenning, David Grant, Jonathan Cooper, Richard Milla and Angelyn Zephyr and Ric Spiegel who provided us with the awesome announcer voice

Length:  4:42 min,


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_Cliff_Proton_Promo_1.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 26 - The Last Brushcat 2

Sat, 15 Mar 2008 16:02:00 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with  The Arlington Museum of Art present:

Part 2 of Colonel Nickels and the Last Brushcat from Punto Oreos
A comedy written by Richard Frohlich with Rodd Wayne and Rich Baker
 
Colonel Nickels, the most celebrated adventurer of the 19th and 20th century is in Punto Oreos to find the ferocious brushcat...  Part 2 finds him about to crew an expedition up the treacherous Amazing River.

Grab those machetes, dust off that pith helmet and chug a cup of N. Tenschenâs brand âSwellâ coffee as we accompany Colonel Nickels' on this thrilling adventure.

Recorded in front of a "studio" audience in Arlington Texas, July 21st, 2002

Featured in the cast were Rich Baker, Bill Flynn, Eliot Gilbert, Hina Pahiar, Ken Raney and Laura Reeves - live sound effects were performed by Libby Miliron, Hina Padhiar and Laura Reeves.

It was written by Rich Frohlich, Rod Wayne and Rich Baker,  engineered and directed by Richard Frohlich.

Length:  24:06 min, Size: 11.3 MB

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and Our Weblog


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_Brushcat_2.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre - Promo 2008

Sun, 09 Mar 2008 05:10:00 +0000

Texas Radio Theatre Podcast Promo

After listening to this, you will be strangely compelled to find one of the links to our podcasts on: Liberated Syndication, I-Tunes, Podcast Pickle and more...

Engineered by Rich Frohlich

Special guest professional movie style announcer voice:  Ric Spiegel

Length:  1:25 min, Size: 1.7 MB

visit us on line at texasradiotheatre.com 
and Our Weblog


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_Promo3.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 25 - The Last Brushcat 1

Sat, 08 Mar 2008 06:28:00 +0000

The Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with  The Arlington Museum of Art present:

Part 1 of Colonel Nickels and the Last Brushcat from Punto Oreos
A comedy written by Richard Frohlich with Rodd Wayne and Rich Baker
 
Turn back the pages of history to 1913, when his name alone was synonymous with adventure!  With his wits and determination, Colonel Nickels risks his life tracking through impenetrable jungles, to learn about strange creatures, to discover the secrets of  lost civilizations and to boldly set out on his never ending quest for the unknown.

Find your machetes, dust off your pith helmets and grab a cup of N. Tenschenâs brand âSwellâ coffee as we accompany Colonel Nickels' on his  next thrilling adventure.

Recorded in front of a "studio" audience in Arlington Texas, July 21st, 2002

Featured in the cast were Rich Baker, Bill Flynn, Eliot Gilbert, Hina Pahiar, Ken Raney and Laura Reeves - live sound effects were performed by Libby Miliron, Hina Padhiar and Laura Reeves.

It was written by Rich Frohlich, Rod Wayne and Rich Baker,  engineered and directed by Richard Frohlich.

Length:  23:12 min, Size: 10.8 MB

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and Our Weblog


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_Brushcat_1.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 24 - The Glass Dog

Sat, 01 Mar 2008 05:10:00 +0000

adapted by Richard Frohlich
 
From a short story by L.Frank Baum, The Glass Dog is about a city dwelling wizard who wants to be left alone, an artist who wants money, a wealthy young lady who wants to have pretty things and a little glass dog that wants to rip your leg off.  
 
This play features the voice talents of: Larry Groebe, Dona Safran, Jeff Butler, JÄd Saxton, and Robert David and Ken Raney.  Live sound effects by Shane Brown and members of the cast.

It was recorded in front of a studio audience on January 20th, 2006

Length:  41:18 min, Size: 19.4 MB

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and Our Weblog


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_Glass_Dog_x.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 23 - Cliff Proton - Space Vikings - Part 3

Sat, 23 Feb 2008 05:10:00 +0000

Texas Radio Theatre Company performs part one of a Cliff Proton Adventure called âThe curiously familiar space vikings from dimension Q".

After being accused of mutiny by the Borgen-controlled, brain-flushed Cliff Proton... Sarah, Robot and the Doctor are thrown in the brig.  Thanks to Robot, they escape and take control of the ship by means of Auxiliary Control.  In an effort to stop the ship from giving away the location of earth, (and to possibly cause damage to the pursuing Borgen Longships) â the doctor releases the ship's hyper drive pods in flight, timing them for detonation!

It was recorded in front of a studio audience in June of 2004.

Space Vikings was written by Richard Frohlich and produced in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art.  Executive Producer is Shannan Frohlich.  Production Manager is Ken Raney.

It featured the voice talents of Joe Berryman, Jonathan Cooper, A.J. Glendenning, David Grant, Bill Otstott, Kristen Rice, and Drew Wallace.

Live sound effects were created by Angie Payne and Hina Padihar.

Length:  22:20 min, Size: 10.4 MB

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and Our Weblog 


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_Cliff_Proton_Vikings_3.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 22 - Cliff Proton - Space Vikings - Part 2

Sat, 16 Feb 2008 05:10:00 +0000

Texas Radio Theatre Company performs part two of a Cliff Proton Adventure called âThe curiously familiar space vikings from dimension Q".

By going full power in the ion trail of another ship, Cliff Proton accidentally rips open a dimensional zipper between Alpha Space (where we are) and Dimension Q.  This allows the formally banished Space Vikings (also known as the Borgen) to  return and attempt to take over the galaxy.  Surrounded by hundreds of Borgen long ships, Cliff has no choice but to surrender.  But to Cliff - surrender doesn't necessarily mean to give up.  Imprisoned on the heavily guarded Borgen flagship - BS CabbagePatch he begins to devise his cunning plan for escape!

It was recorded in front of a studio audience in June of 2004.

Space Vikings was written by Richard Frohlich and produced in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art.  Executive Producer is Shannan Frohlich.  Production Manager is Ken Raney.

It featured the voice talents of Joe Berryman, Jonathan Cooper, A.J. Glendenning, David Grant, Bill Otstott, Kristen Rice, and Drew Wallace.

Live sound effects were created by Angie Payne and Hina Padihar.

Length:  31:49 min, Size: 14.9 MB

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and Our Weblog 


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_Cliff_Proton_Vikings_2.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 21 - Cliff Proton - Space Vikings - Part 1

Sat, 09 Feb 2008 05:10:00 +0000

Texas Radio Theatre Company performs part one of a Cliff Proton Adventure called âThe curiously familiar space vikings from dimension Q".

We follow Cliff Proton, his robot, the Doctor and Sarah on another action-packed adventure set in the far and distant future where everyone lives, flies and eats out of tubes... This time, Cliff accidentally opens a dangerous sub-space-quantum-temporal-tachyon-zipper to dimension Q, letting an entire armada of Earth-hating Space Viking longships into alpha space.

It was recorded in front of a studio audience in June of 2004.

Space Vikings was written by Richard Frohlich and produced in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art.  Executive Producer is Shannan Frohlich.  Production Manager is Ken Raney.

It featured the voice talents of Joe Berryman, Jonathan Cooper, A.J. Glendenning, David Grant, Bill Otstott, Kristen Rice, and Drew Wallace.

Live sound effects were created by Angie Payne and Hina Padihar.

Length:  27:01 min, Size: 12.7 MB

visit us on line at texasradiotheatre.com 
and Our Weblog 


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_Cliff_Proton_Vikings_1.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 20 - Terror of the Hawkmen Part 3 of 3

Sat, 02 Feb 2008 05:30:00 +0000

Flash Gordon and the Terror of the Hawkmen part 3 of 3

Adapted by Richard Frohlich and Bruce Humphries

The Conclusion of Texas Radio Theatre's Flash Gordon experiment - After escaping the Radium furnaces, rescuing Dale and fighting King Vultan, Zarkov repairs the city's levitation beams earning the friendship of King Vultan.  While everyone celebrates their new friendship, they are shocked to see Emperor Ming's airship closing in on the cloud city.  With no escape Flash, Dale and Zarkov come face to face with their destiny in this adventure based on the original radio series!

Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art

Executive Producer:  Shannan Frohlich    
Director:  Richard Frohlich
Production Manager:  Ken Raney  

Featuring the Voice Talents of:

Tim Wardell...........Flash Gordon
Dona Safran...........Dale Arden
Bill Flynn............Dr. Zarkov
Rich Baker............Prince Barin
Spencer Prokop........Ming the Merciless
Mitch Carr............King Vultan the Mighty
Mary Ann McCarty......Princes Aura
Gary Layton...........Prince Thun
Ken Raney.............Announcer 1
Larry Groebe..........Announcer 2

Live Sound Effects by Jennifer Parson and Ken Raney

Engineering and Sound Patterns by Richard Frohlich

Length:  22:55 min, Size: 10.8 MB

The Texas Radio Theatre Company is dedicated to preserving the art of audio theatre where audience members are invited to create the story's imagery within their own mind.

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and Our Weblog


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/TRTC_Flash_Gordon_Terror_of_the_Hawkmen_3.mp3?dest-id=3489




Schlock Audio 1 - Teenagers from Outerspace Blooper Reel

Sun, 27 Jan 2008 00:11:00 +0000

Schlock Audio Theatre and Texas Radio Theatre Company presents something in the way of a preview of our next feature:

Teenagers from Outerspace.

This is a series of bloopers from our recording.

Final version of Teenagers should be ready in a week or so.

Enjoy.

Runtime: Approx 6 min


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/teensbloops.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 19 - Terror of the Hawkmen Part 2 of 3

Sat, 26 Jan 2008 06:24:00 +0000

Flash Gordon and the Terror of the Hawkmen part 2 of 3

Adapted by Richard Frohlich and Bruce Humphries

After their escape from Ming the Merciless, our friends are captured by Vultan, King of the Hawkmen.  Flash, Barin and Zarkov are sent to work in the mysterious cloud city's radium furnaces, while Dale is the object of the head hawkman's heart.  Can Flash escape his imprisonment and rescue Dale?  Find out in this adventure based on the original radio series!

Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art

Executive Producer:  Shannan Frohlich    
Director:  Richard Frohlich
Production Manager:  Ken Raney  

Featuring the Voice Talents of:

Tim Wardell...........Flash Gordon
Dona Safran...........Dale Arden
Bill Flynn............Dr. Zarkov
Rich Baker............Prince Barin
Spencer Prokop........Ming the Merciless
Mitch Carr............King Vultan the Mighty
Mary Ann McCarty......Princes Aura
Gary Layton...........Prince Thun
Ken Raney.............Announcer 1
Larry Groebe..........Announcer 2

Live Sound Effects by Jennifer Parson and Ken Raney

Engineering and Sound Patterns by Richard Frohlich

Length:  20:47 min, Size: 9.7 MB

The Texas Radio Theatre Company is dedicated to preserving the art of audio theatre where audience members are invited to create the story's imagery within their own mind.

visit us on line at texasradiotheatre.com
and Our Weblog


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/flashpod4.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 18 - Terror of the Hawkmen Part 1

Sun, 20 Jan 2008 04:04:00 +0000

Flash Gordon and the Terror of the Hawkmen

Adapted by Richard Frohlich and Bruce Humphries

Stranded on planet Mongo, Flash, Dale and Doctor Zarkov escape from Ming's grasp only to find themselves taken prisoner by someone even more dangerous: Vultan, King of the Hawkmen. Join Flash and his alies as they battle strange aliens and thwart the evil plans of Ming the Merciless in this adventure based on the original radio series!

Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art

Executive Producer:  Shannan Frohlich    
Director:  Richard Frohlich
Production Manager:  Ken Raney  

Featuring the Voice Talents of:

Tim Wardell...........Flash Gordon
Dona Safran...........Dale Arden
Bill Flynn............Dr. Zarkov
Rich Baker............Prince Barin
Spencer Prokop........Ming the Merciless
Mitch Carr............King Vultan the Mighty
Mary Ann McCarty......Princes Aura
Gary Layton...........Prince Thun
Ken Raney.............Announcer 1
Larry Groebe..........Announcer 2

Live Sound Effects by Jennifer Parson and Ken Raney

Engineering and Sound Patterns by Richard Frohlich

Length:  23:46 min, Size: 11.16 MB

The Texas Radio Theatre Company is dedicated to preserving the art of audio theatre where audience members are invited to create the story's imagery within their own mind.

visit us on line at texasradiotheatre.com
and Our Weblog


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/flashpod3.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 17 - Too Close to the Flame Part 2

Sat, 12 Jan 2008 05:38:00 +0000

"Too Close to the Flame" by David Wharton

PART TWO

Recorded in front of a studio audience  Friday November 15th, 2002 at the Arlington Museum of Art

Directed by Richard Frohlich  
Featuring the voice talents of: Starla Anderson, Allyn Carrel, Adam Dietrich, Elliott Gilbert, Jim Innocent, Gary Layton, Ken Raney, Bill Shelton and Leigh Tomlinson. 

Original music composed by Lincoln Apeland.
 
The Story: For Private Investigator Aaron Danes, it had started as a simple missing persons case. Little did he know that it would lead him to the man responsible for a string of deadly arsons throughout the city of Dallas.  Now the culprit is dead, the city considers him a hero, and Danes is ready for a vacation. But his holiday may have to wait, thanks to a late-night phone call that threatens to blow the case wide open, exposing a web of blackmail, betrayal, and murder.

Length:  49 min, Size: 23.1 mb

The Texas Radio Theatre Company is dedicated to preserving the art of audio theatre where audience members are invited to create the story's imagery within their own mind.

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and Our Weblog


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/flame2_pod.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 16 - Too Close to the Flame Part 1

Sat, 29 Dec 2007 17:00:00 +0000

"Too Close to the Flame" by David Wharton

Recorded in front of a studio audience  Friday November 15th, 2002 at the Arlington Museum of Art

Directed by Richard Frohlich  
Featuring the voice talents of: Starla Anderson, Allyn Carrel, Adam Dietrich, Elliott Gilbert, Jim Innocent, Gary Layton, Ken Raney, Bill Shelton and Leigh Tomlinson. 

Original music composed by Lincoln Apeland.
 
The Story: For Private Investigator Aaron Danes, it had started as a simple missing persons case. Little did he know that it would lead him to the man responsible for a string of deadly arsons throughout the city of Dallas.  Now the culprit is dead, the city considers him a hero, and Danes is ready for a vacation. But his holiday may have to wait, thanks to a late-night phone call that threatens to blow the case wide open, exposing a web of blackmail, betrayal, and murder.

Length:  38 min, Size: 17.8 mb

The Texas Radio Theatre Company is dedicated to preserving the art of audio theatre where audience members are invited to create the story's imagery within their own mind.

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and Our Weblog


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/flame1_pod.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 15 - Biscotti Family Christmas

Sat, 22 Dec 2007 05:05:00 +0000

"A Biscotti Family Christmas"
 
written and directed by Richard Frohlich

Recorded in front of a studio audience at the Arlington Museum of Art - December 2005

Produced by Shannan Frohlich and the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art and the Contemporary Theatre of Dallas

Featured in the cast were:  Luis Alford, Lee Dunkelberg, Cynthia Matthews, Susan McMath-Platt, Reg Platt and Ken Raney.

Live Sound effects were performed by Alex Boyd Rodgers, and Sarah Morales

Ken Raney was the program announcer.

Recorded December 2005

Sam is the boss of the Biscotti family business, a shady organization in the city.  Sam is dropped off at this nightclub where he believes his annual Christmas party is about to take place. He had left all the planning to Frankie, his son. Frankie is using the opportunity to get rid of his father and take over the family business. All the plans are suddenly âmessed upâ when Amaretta, a disoriented old lady, wanders onto the scene and changes everyoneâs lives forever.

Length:  63 min, Size: 28.8 mb


The Texas Radio Theatre Company is dedicated to preserving the art of audio theatre where audience members are invited to create the story's imagery within their own mind.

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and Our Weblog


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/biscotti_pod.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 14 - Trailer Trash Christmas

Sat, 15 Dec 2007 05:10:00 +0000

"A Trailer Trash Christmas Carol"
 
by Jamie and Eric Knapp

Recorded in front of a studio audience at the Contemporary Theatre of Dallas

Produced by Shannan Frohlich and the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art and the Contemporary Theatre of Dallas

Directed and Engineered by Richard Frohlich

Featured in the cast were:  Adam Dietrich, Kevin Grammer, David Grant, Cyndi Matthews, Alice Montgomery, Dona Safran, Dixie Sedgwick and Kevin Thrasher

Live Sound effects were performed by Jenifer Parson, Hina Padhiar and Angie Payne.

Ken Raney was the program announcer.

Recorded December 2003

Length:  58 min, Size: 27.5 mb


The Texas Radio Theatre Company is dedicated to preserving the art of audio theatre where audience members are invited to create the story's imagery within their own mind.

visit us on line at texasradiotheatre.com
and Our Weblog


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/Trailer_pod.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 13 - Snowman

Sat, 08 Dec 2007 06:00:00 +0000

Hans Christian Andersen's
"The Snowman"

Adapted, directed by Richard Frohlich
Produced by Shannan Frohlich and The Texas Radio Theatre Company
in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art

Featured in the cast were
Rich Baker, Adam Dietrich, Dale Leena Evans, Cheryl Livesay,
Kara Metzger and Caitlin Miller.

Original sound effects by Ken Raney and Angie Paine

Recorded January 2002

Length:  35 min, Size: 16.4 mb


The Texas Radio Theatre Company is dedicated to preserving the art of audio theatre where audience members are invited to create the story's imagery within their own mind.

visit us on line at texasradiotheatre.com
and Our Weblog


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/snowman_pod.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 12 - Doyle's Diary

Sat, 01 Dec 2007 05:30:00 +0000

Sir Arthur Conan Doyleâs Sherlock Holmes in
The Case of Doyle's Diary
An original audio play by Erik Knapp. 

Directed by Richard Frohlich and Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company.  Recorded in front of a studio audience November 2006.

Holmes and Watson must track down a missing journal containing state secrets AND possible proof of the exsitence of supernatural beings. AND the journal belongs to none other than Arthur Conan Doyle himself.

Featuring the voice talents of:
David Grant as Sherlock Holmes, Robert Clover Brown as Dr. Watson, Richard Milla as Arthur Conan Doyle, Allison Davies as Mrs. Hudson and Winston, Larry Groebe as Gruber and Billie, Bryan Douglas as Eddie Peters and the Constable and Ken Raney as the Announcer.  Live sound effects created by Ken Raney and Larry Groebe

Original Music by Lucien Desar
Richard Frohlich -- Engineering, Prerecorded Music and SFX
Shannan Frohlich -- Executive Producer

Special Thanks to the Arlington Museum of Art

Length:  58 min, Size: 27.1 mb

The Texas Radio Theatre Company is dedicated to preserving the art of audio theatre where audience members are invited to create the story's imagery within their own mind.

visit us on line at texasradiotheatre.com
and Our Weblog


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/doylesdiary_podcast.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 11 - The Abercrombie Forgery

Sat, 24 Nov 2007 05:30:00 +0000

Sir Arthur Conan Doyleâs Sherlock Holmes in
The Abercrombie Forgery
An original audio play by Julie Barrett. 

Directed by Richard Frohlich and Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company.  Recorded in front of a studio audience November 2005.

Featuring the voice talents of:
David Grant as Sherlock Holmes and Reg Platt as Hercule Poirot.  Additional voices by Larry Groebe, Erik Knapp, Cynthia Matthews, Curt Mega, Susan McMath Platt, and Ken Raney. 

Live sound effects by Rhiannon McMillan, Larry Groebe and Ken Raney

Original Music by Lucien Desar
Richard Frohlich -- Engineering, Prerecorded Music and SFX
Shannan Frohlich -- Executive Producer

Special Thanks to the Arlington Museum of Art

Length:  63 min, Size: 29.8 mb

The Texas Radio Theatre Company is dedicated to preserving the art of audio theatre where audience members are invited to create the story's imagery within their own mind.

visit us on line at texasradiotheatre.com
and Our Weblog


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/Ambercrombie_podcast.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 10 - The Sign of Four

Sat, 17 Nov 2007 05:30:00 +0000

Sir Arthur Conan Doyleâs The Sign of Four

An original audio play adapted by Julie Barrett.  Directed by Richard Frohlich and Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company.  Recorded in front of a studio audience November 2004.

Featuring the voice talents of:

Alison Davies -- Mrs Hudson, Mrs. Burnstone, Mrs Forrester
David Grant -- Sherlock Holmes
Erik Knapp -- Shalto, Toby, Athelany Jones
Sean Matthews -- Major Shalto
Spencer Prokop -- Dr Watson, Jonathan Small
Lorna Woodford - Mary Morstan, Miss Smith, Wiggens

Original Music by Lucien Desar

Live sound effects by:  Hina Padihar & Angie Payne
Richard Frohlich -- Engineering, Prerecorded Music and SFX
Shannan Frohlich -- Executive Producer

Special Thanks to the Arlington Museum of Art

Length:  79 min, Size: 37.2 mb

The Texas Radio Theatre Company is dedicated to preserving the art of audio theatre where audience members are invited to create the story's imagery within their own mind.

visit us on line at texasradiotheatre.com
and Our Weblog



Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/signoffour_podcast.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 09 - Hound of the Baskervilles

Wed, 14 Nov 2007 05:30:00 +0000

Sir Arthur Conan Doyleâs The Hound of the Baskervilles

An original audio play adapted by Julie Barrett.  Directed by Richard Frohlich and Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company.  Recorded in front of a studio audience November 2003

The Cast (in alphabetical order):

Luis Alford -- Dr. Watson
Brandi Andrade -- Beryl Stapleton / James / Mrs. Barrymore / Laura Lyons
David Grant -- Sherlock Holmes / Mr. Barrymore / Postmaster / Coachman 
Gary Layton -- Sir Henry Baskerville
Spencer Prokop -- Dr. Mortimer / Stapleton / Lestrade
Ken Raney -- Announcer

The Crew:
Jennifer Parson / Ken Raney -- Live Sound Effects
Richard Frohlich -- Engineering, Prerecorded Music and SFX
Shannan Frohlich -- Executive Producer

Special Thanks to the Arlington Museum of Art

Length:  74 min, Size: 33.8 mb

The Texas Radio Theatre Company is dedicated to preserving the art of audio theatre where audience members are invited to create the story's imagery within their own mind.

visit us on line at texasradiotheatre.com
and Our Weblog


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/hound_podcast.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 08 - Red Headed League

Sat, 10 Nov 2007 16:06:00 +0000

Sir Arthur Conan Doyleâs The Red Headed League

A radio recreation originally adapted by Edith Miser.  Directed by Richard Frohlich and Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company.  Recorded in front of a studio audience November 2002


The Cast (in alphabetical order):

Bill Flynn -- Sherlock Holmes
Gary Layton -- Dr. Watson
Keven Nash -- Jebez Wilson / Merryweather
Jess Price -- Vincent Spaulding / John Clay
Ken Raney -- Announcer

The Crew:
Hina Padhiar / Ken Raney -- Live Sound Effects
Richard Frohlich -- Engineering, Prerecorded Music and SFX
Shannan Frohlich -- Executive Producer

Special Thanks to the Arlington Museum of Art and the Coffee Haus at Lincoln Square

Length: 28:31 min, Size: 13.4mb

The Texas Radio Theatre Company is dedicated to preserving the art of audio theatre where audience members are invited to create the story's imagery within their own mind.

visit us on line at texasradiotheatre.com
and Our Weblog



Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/redheadleague_podcast.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 07 - Cliff Proton I - part 3

Sun, 27 Aug 2006 05:00:00 +0000

CLIFF PROTON and the CREATURE FROM QUADRANT FIVE

Part 3 of 3

A sci-fi comedy adventure about a Space Ranger, loosely based on all the other sci-fi adventures (both comedic and dramatic) about a Space Ranger.

Written and Directed by Richard Frohlich
Produced by Shannan Frohlich and the Texas Radio Theatre Company.  It was recorded in front of a studio audience in Arlington Texas, September 2002

Featured in the cast:
A J Glendenning as Cliff Proton: Space Ranger,
Bill Flynn as Dr. Heterodyne,
Gary Layton as the Robot - Mark 1
Ken Raney as The Creature
Brandi Andrade as Sarah Jones,
Raymond Branda as the Announcer and General Coverage,
Carol Anne Gordon as Roan the warrior priestess,
and Drew Wallace as the Announcer, Mark X-X-I, Mission Ctrl and the Computer.

Live sound effects were created by Libby Milliron and Janet White.  Sound Design and engineering by Richard Frohlich and Larry Groebe.

Very Special Thanks to:
The Arlington Museum of Art


Length: 22:59 min, Size: 10.5mb

The Texas Radio Theatre Company is dedicated to preserving the art of audio theatre where audience members are invited to create the story's imagery within their own mind.

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Texas Radio Theatre 06 - Cliff Proton I - part 2

Sun, 20 Aug 2006 05:00:00 +0000

CLIFF PROTON and the CREATURE FROM QUADRANT FIVE

Part 2 of 3

A sci-fi comedy adventure about a Space Ranger, loosely based on all the other sci-fi adventures (both comedic and dramatic) about a Space Ranger.

Written and Directed by Richard Frohlich
Produced by Shannan Frohlich and the Texas Radio Theatre Company.  It was recorded in front of a studio audience in Arlington Texas, September 2002

Featured in the cast:
A J Glendenning as Cliff Proton: Space Ranger,
Bill Flynn as Dr. Heterodyne,
Gary Layton as the Robot - Mark 1
Ken Raney as The Creature
Brandi Andrade as Sarah Jones,
Raymond Branda as the Announcer and General Coverage,
Carol Anne Gordon as Roan the warrior priestess,
and Drew Wallace as the Announcer, Mark X-X-I, Mission Ctrl and the Computer. 

Live sound effects were created by Libby Milliron and Janet White.  Sound Design and engineering by Richard Frohlich and Larry Groebe.

Very Special Thanks to:
The Arlington Museum of Art

Length: 22:32 min, Size: 10.3mb

The Texas Radio Theatre Company is dedicated to preserving the art of audio theatre where audience members are invited to create the story's imagery within their own mind.

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and Our Weblog


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Texas Radio Theatre 05 - Cliff Proton I - part 1

Sun, 13 Aug 2006 20:48:00 +0000

CLIFF PROTON and the CREATURE FROM QUADRANT FIVE

Part 1 of 3

A sci-fi comedy adventure about a Space Ranger, loosely based on all the other sci-fi adventures (both comedic and dramatic) about a Space Ranger.

Written and Directed by Richard Frohlich
Produced by Shannan Frohlich and the Texas Radio Theatre Company.  It was recorded in front of a studio audience in Arlington Texas, September 2002

Featured in the cast:
A J Glendenning as Cliff Proton: Space Ranger,
Bill Flynn as Dr. Heterodyne,
Gary Layton as the Robot - Mark 1
Ken Raney as The Creature
Brandi Andrade as Sarah Jones,
Raymond Branda as the Announcer and General Coverage,
Carol Anne Gordon as Roan the warrior priestess,
and Drew Wallace as the Announcer, Mark X-X-I, Mission Ctrl and the Computer. 

Live sound effects were created by Libby Milliron and Janet White.  Sound Design and engineering by Richard Frohlich and Larry Groebe.

Very Special Thanks to:
The Arlington Museum of Art


Media Files:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/texasradio/Cliff1-1.mp3?dest-id=3489




Texas Radio Theatre 04 - Little Sure Shot - The Match

Fri, 26 May 2006 05:50:00 +0000

LITTLE SURE SHOT: THE MATCH


This is the first (chronologically) of three plays that D.B. Humphries (Columbia Audio Theatre and Schlock Audio Theatre) and Richard Frohlich colaborated on about the life and spirit of Annie Oakley.


"The Match" is based on how Annie Oakley met and bested her future husband, Frank Butler at a Thanksgiving shooting match in Ohio.

This play was recorded April and May 2004 in front of a studio audience in Arlington and Fort Worth Texas.  It was produced by  Shannan Frohlich and the Texas Radio Theatre Company.  Directed and Engineered by Richard Frohlich.

Featured in the cast: Taffy Geisel as Annie Oakley, Michael Sean Matthews as Frank Butler.  Also in the cast:  Carley Carpenter, Joey Geisel, John Kelly, Eric Knapp, Curt Mega and Elise Perea.

Live sound effects were performed by Jennifer Parson and Ken Raney
Length: 16:46 min, Size: 7.9mb

The Texas Radio Theatre Company is dedicated to preserving the art of audio theatre where audience members are invited to create the story's imagery within their own mind.

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Texas Radio Theatre 03 - Jack Hardcastle - Sacred Cold Cream

Thu, 18 May 2006 03:51:00 +0000

Jack Hardcastle is a hard-boiled, gritty cosmetics salesman who owns a shop that's open 24 hours - providing health and beauty aids to a city that pretends it doesn't care.

In this episode, recorded February 2005, Jack finds himself in the middle of a twisty turny murdery mystery surrounding a sacred cold cream and the supernatural powers it might have.

This podcast runs just under 30 minutes.

Enjoy.

The Texas Radio Theatre Company is dedicated to preserving the art of audio theatre where audience members are invited to create the story's imagery within their own mind.

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Texas Radio Theatre 02 - Flash 02

Tue, 13 Dec 2005 05:22:00 +0000

Our Flash Gordon continues where One Act Players left off. We recorded this in January 2003, as part of our recreation series.

Tim Wardell is Flash, Kara Metzger plays Dale and Princess Aura (our original Dale was sick), Bill Flynn plays Dr. Zarkov and Ming. Gary Layton, Louanne Chapman, Ken Raney and Rich Baker provide additional voices. We added our own twist to this recreation, and dramatized a few things that were only hinted at in the narration. As a result, our version is roughly twice as long as the original script.

Enjoy.

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Texas Radio Theatre 01 - Lone Ranger recreation

Wed, 07 Dec 2005 06:00:00 +0000

Recorded in front of a studio audience February 2003 in honor of it's 70th anniversary we present:
THE LONE RANGER: EPISODE ONE

Before there was Tanto. Before the masked rider of the plains (as we know him) became emblazoned in the history and lexicon of the old West. There was a simple story about a swashbuckling solo avenger who laughed in the face of danger on the savage frontier.

Produced by the Texas Radio Theatre Company in cooperation with the Arlington Museum of Art

Executive Producer Shannan Frohlich
Engineered and Directed by Richard Frohlich
Live Sound Effects Directed by Libby Milliron

Featuring the voice talent of: Earl Browning, Taffy Geisel, Gary Layton, Spencer Prokop, Ivy Pryce, Ken Raney, Suzi Zimmerman, Libby Milliron.

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