Final dress rehearsal for The War of the Worlds: The Untold Story!
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Welcome back to the podcast! A bit of trivia about this performance…
The Time Machine was part of ARTC’s cassette catalog for a long time. When we started the process of converting our offerings to CD, however, we decided that this piece needed a new treatment in the studio. Thomas Fuller had done a rewrite of the script after the original cassette had been released and had considered the new script to be the superior version. So, at the moment, The Time Machine is considered out of print, but we have big plans to bring it back into the studio! Also on that out of print version was Brad Strickland’s A Glitch In Time. We’ll be bringing that back, too, possibly sooner rather than later.
This installment of the podcast, The Time Machine, will be presented in four parts. Written by H. G. Wells and adapted by Thomas E. Fuller, The Time Machine is one of the most well-known examples of classic science fiction.
The Atlanta History Center is a unique campus that houses the Atlanta History Museum, Centennial Olympic Games Museum, Swan House, Smith Family Farm, six historic gardens, and the Kenan Research Center. The Atlanta History Center also includes the Margaret Mitchell House, located off-site at our Midtown campus.
Coming soon from the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company – The Dancer in the Dark – a five-part serial by Thomas E. Fuller from the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company.
Presented live in a one-hour format for years, if you think you’ve heard The Dancer in the Dark, you haven’t heard anything yet!
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The way is prepared…and the Dancer is coming.