March 30-April 1, SpyCon – Our debut performance at this convention making its own debut! Presenting The Adventures of the Crimson Hawk: Dark Hero along with Essential Equipment and The Ignorants
April 13-15, 221B Con – Presenting Lady Holmes in the Case of the Dancing Cadavers. In a separate performance, a dramatic reading of P. G. Wodehouse’s Jeeves and Wooster story, Sorting Out Young Cyril
June 7-10, HEAR Now Festival, Kansas City, MO – Presenting Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: The Colour of the Shadow of the Outsider Over the Mountains of Madness Out of Space as part of Audio Tonight at this audio drama festival!
August 30-September 3, Dragon Con – Presenting Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne, adapted for audio by David Benedict and Brad Strickland. Our second show included A.L.I.C.E. by Elisabeth Allen, The Dead Watcher by Kelley S. Ceccato, and Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope – The Story so Far by David Benedict.
November 16-18, CONjuration – Presenting ParaNOIRmal Encounters by Paige Steadman. Also included, Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope – Shelf Space by David Benedict.
December 15-16, Tucker Recreation Center – An Atlanta Christmas – Featured in this 19th consecutive year of this annual performance was The Role of a Lifetime by Brad Strickland, Davy Crockett and Me by Thomas E. Fuller, The Ultimate Christmas Play by Thomas E. Fuller, Cut-Out Christmas by Thomas E. Fuller, Are You Lonely Tonight? by Thomas E. Fuller, The Santa Claus Blues by Thomas E. Fuller, Some Assembly Required (The Bicycle) by Daniel Taylor, The Legend of the Poinsettia by Brad Strickland, and Blue Hannukchristmas Carol by Sketch MacQuinor.
Saturday, April 8, 221B Con – The Crimson Hawk: The Widow’s Web, ParaNOIRmal Encounters: Where’s Sarah?, Multiverse Travel, and At the DMV
Saturday, July 1, LibertyCon – At the DMV; The Three Galaxateers: The Sunday Beast; Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: Cattle-Pen of the Republic; Nairobi Jack and the Lost Gold of the Atlantimengani: Episode 1 “Hunter’s Rest” and Episode 2 “Visions of Atlantis” combined.
Saturday, March 5 Atlanta SF and Fantasy Expo, North Dekalb Mall – A selection of short subjects including Introduction: King Kong, Unresolved Mysteries: UFO Abductions part 1, The Lovelorn Connection, I Believe This, Unresolved Mysteries: UFO Abductions part 2, Hooked on Phonics, The Adventures of the Armadillo: Armadillos and Tigers and Bears, Oh My!, Unresolved Mysteries: UFO Abductions part 3, The En-Rich-Ifier, Collins Best Coffee Commercial, The Haunter Hunters
Saturday, April 2 221B Con – Commonplaces by Naomi Novik, adapted by Sketch MacQuinor, and The Game is Afoot!: Game the Fourth: The Ultimate Ultimatum by Sketch MacQuinor
Saturday, April 16 Treklanta – An evening with Rory Rammer, Space Marshal! Featuring Enemy of the People, The Planetoid of Doom, and The Colour of the Shadow Over the Mountains of Madness Out of Space
Thursday through Monday, September 2-5 Dragon Con – The Goblins and the Golden Rose by Kelley S. Ceccato with special guests the Harry Strange Radio Drama; All Hallows’ Moon by Thomas E. Fuller; Comics Track: Kevin and Kell – The Great Bird Conspiracy by Bill Holbrook, adapted by Brad Strickland and The Captain America Adventure Hour, featuring Wonder Woman by William Alan Ritch; Paranormal Track: The Haunter Hunters by Thomas Berry and Unresolved Mysteries, Solved While U Wait: A Very SpecialCreation by Ron N. Butler;Tolkien Track: Smith of Wootton Major by J. R. R. Tolkien, adapted by Trudy Leonard
Saturday and Sunday, October 29-30, Academy Theatre-Hapeville – ARTC’s Inferno – The Terrible Old Man and Beyond the Wall of Sleep by H. P. Lovecraft; ParaNOIRmal Encounters by Paige Steadman; Worst! Halloween! Evar! by Ron N. Butler; Dani’s Inferno by Retta Bodhaine
Saturday and Sunday, December 17-18, GOOD Acting Studio – An Atlanta Christmas
Sunday, November 2 CONjuration – Candle Magic; Ghost Dance
Saturday and Sunday, December 13-14 Academy Theatre, Stockbridge – An Atlanta Christmas (original playbill)
Saturday, February 23 Anachrocon – Dr. Geoffry Stanhope, Investigator of Occult Phenomena: A Vision of Vampires, Nairobi Jack Rackham: The Lost Gold of the Atlantimengani, parts 1 and 2 (original playbill)
Saturday and Sunday, March 16-17 Academy Theatre – Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea; Dr. Geoffry Stanhope, Investigator of Occult Phenomena: A Vision of Vampires (original playbill)
Sunday, April 14 221B Con – Dr. Geoffry Stanhope, Investigator of Occult Phenomena: The Maker of Dreams, Dr. Will Ward, Science Wizard: Sherlock Gnomes, How Watson Learned the Trick, Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: Murder by Meteor (original playbill)
Saturday and Sunday, March 3-4 Academy Theatre – The Time Machine; Mildly Exciting Tales of Astonishment: The Time Board, Dr. Will Ward, Science Wizard: The Wells of Time, Wikihistory, The Game is Afoot!: The Tick Tock Dick (original playbill)
Sunday, April 15 STEAM Fest Academy Theatre – Candle Magic
Saturday, May 5 Free Comic Book Day Criminal Records – Brotherhood of Damn Sassy Mutants, Mildly Exciting Tales of Astonishment
Saturday, May 10 Hearts for Heroes – The Adventures of the Crimson Hawk: Dark Hero, parts 3 and 4
Saturday, June 9 Wedding reception for one of our members! – Mack McKnight, PI: The Tale of the Runaway Groom
Saturday, July 21 LibertyCon – Live Free or Die: The Maple Syrup Wars, Dr. Will Ward, Science Wizard: Taxing our Patience, Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: The Murder of Skip Sagan, USO Christmas
Friday and Sunday, August 31 and September 2 Dragon*Con – A Tribute to Ray Bradbury, The Wood-Bound Werewolf; Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: The Murder of Skip Sagan, The Rats in the Walls (with Matthew Trautwein) (original playbill)
Every weekend in October Academy Theatre – Lovecraft’s Nightmares – A different Lovecraftian tale each weekend! Featuring music by The Ghosts Project (original playbill)
Saturday, February 26 Anachrocon – Candle Magic with Rafe Rathbone, Constable of the Ether: The Adventure of Sir Isaac’s Monocle, Infinitely Regressive Insurance: The Time Machine, and The Game is Afoot!: Episode 1, the Phantom Chippendale (original playbill)
Saturday April 30 and Sunday May 1 Academy Theatre – The Dancer in the Dark (with The Ghosts Project), The Triumph of Natural Justice, and Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: Luna Shall Be Dry! (original playbill)
Saturday, July 16 LibertyCon – Sarabande for a Condemned Man, He Walked Around the Horses, Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: Murder at the Purge, Bryce and Bigmouth, A Boy and His Griffin Part 2: Now What Do I Do? (original playbill)
Friday and Sunday, September 2 and 4 Dragon*Con – The Game is Afoot!: The Tick Tock Dick, Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: Murder at the Purge, Episode 13; Sarabande for a Condemned Man, The Music of Erich Zann (with The Ghosts Project), Dr. Will Ward, Science Wizard (original playbill)
Saturday and Sunday, October 29-30 Academy Theatre – The Horseman of the Hollow, part of the Sleepy Hollow Ride Across America, with 3 Bad Writers, Bumpers Crossroads: Hallowe’en, Dr. Will Ward, Science Wizard: Ghosts in the Machine, On the Wheel of Justice, Killing Edgar, and Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: Slaves of the Zombie-Tron (original playbill)
Saturday and Sunday, March 6-8 Academy Theatre – Our 25th Anniversary performance! With Blues for Johnny Raven, a King Kong introduction, Bumpers Crossroads: Bargains, a poetry reading by ARTC founder William L. Brown of The Mountain Whippoorwill, Mildly Exciting Tales of Astonishment: Baby Boom, Unresolved Mysteries Solved While U Wait: Phrenotherapy, An Arkham Home Companion, and Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: The Asteroid of Love. All that with musical guest Juliana Finch! (original playbill) (photos from the 25th Anniversary Performance)
Saturday, May 24 TimeGate – Terra Tarkington, Interstellar Nurses’ Corps: Switch on the Bull Run with Wikihistory, Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: Set Loose the Dogs of Time, and Haunter Hunters (original playbill)
Saturday, July 12 LibertyCon – The Gargoyle’s Shadow with Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: The Atomic Graveyard, Haunter Hunters, The National Endowment for Space Art, and Wikihistory (original playbill)
Friday and Saturday, February 24-25 Stage Door Players – The Brides of Dracula with assorted other Valentine-related subjects including Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: The Asteroid of Love and The Shape of Things to Come (original playbill)
Friday and Saturday, April 28-29 Stage Door Players – All You Zombies… with assorted VERY short subjects, including The Crocodile Pit, The En-Rich-Ifier, The Adventures of the Earworm, and Meet Mr. Omniscient (original playbill) (photos from All You Zombies…. 2007)
Friday, July 20 Barnes and Noble Perimeter – Harry Potter and the Magic of Radio – Our last foray into the realm of Harry Potter as we celebrated the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows with staged readings, trivia contests, costuming, and a midnight reading from the new book!
Saturday, July 28 LibertyCon – All You Zombies… and A Ship Named Francis
Saturday, May 06 Camp Willoway – One of our most fun and rewarding performances for children who are visually impaired!
Friday, June 09 Mythic Journeys – A rare performance that featured something we didn’t write. Snow Glass Apples by Neil Gaiman, by special permission. The recording for this performance is locked in our archives and we can’t even podcast it. Also heard, Plato’s Cave by Ron N. Butler (original playbill)
Friday, June 16 Sci-Fi Summer 2006 – ARTC will present Here’s the Pitch, featuring new chapters of Brotherhood of Damn Sassy Mutants and Mildly Exciting Tales of Astonishment, plus an episode of Rory Rammer, Space Marshal and a genre-bending main attraction that defies description. (which turned out to be Time for Station Identification) (original playbill) (photos from Sci Fi Summer 2006)
Friday, May 13 Georgia Gazette – Actual radio appearance! They ran SWATting the Books by Ron N. Butler
Sunday, May 29 Memorial Day show at Stone Mountain! – A celebration of heroes, culminating with Unaccustomed to Fear by Terry Quinn (original playbill)
Friday, June 10 Sci-Fi Summer 2005, Roswell GA – A double bill that started with Mildly Exciting Tales of Astonishment, and then, after the kids had gone to bed, The Brotherhood of Damn Sassy Mutants (original playbill)
Friday, July 15 Harry Potter and the Theater of the Mind – Book release party for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince! at the Barnes and Noble Perimeter location
Saturday, July 30 LibertyCon 2005, Chattanooga TN – The Weapons Shop
Friday, September 02 Dragon*Con 2005, Atlanta GA – The Weapons Shop, plus a selection of stories by our newer writers that we dubbed Fresh Blood. These included M.E.T.A. and B.D.S.M, plus The Challenges of Brave Ragnar and Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: The Angel of Destruction (original playbill) (photos from Fresh Blood) (photos from The Weapons Shops)
Sunday, September 18 Talk Like a Pirate Day – More piratey shenanigans with the Pirate Hunter books by Brad Strickland and Thomas E. Fuller at the Barnes and Noble Perimeter location (National Talk Like a Pirate Day photos)
Sunday, October 30 Hallowe’en at Stone Mountain Park – Another trip Into the Labyrinth with Armada Rising, Penny Dreadful, and M.E.T.A.: Sweet Revenge (original playbill) (Halloween 2005 photos)
Saturday, May 01 Frontier Days – An exploration of the early years in Georgia, between the Revolutionary War and the Civil War, this pioneering performance has been written especially for this event. Join us as we blaze new trails through the soundscape and learn more about what makes Georgia what it is today. An outdoor performance, and one of the reasons we don’t perform outdoors much anymore. Ask us about it when you see us! (original playbill) (photos from the show)
Friday, June 11 Sci Fi Summer – Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: Murder by Meteor and Luna Shall be Dry!, Terra Tarkington, Interstellar Nurses Corps: Bitch on the Bull Run, The Crimson Hawk: The Widow’s Web (original playbill) (photos from the show)
Saturday, October 30 Into the Labyrinth at Stone Mountain – A selection of Halloween-related audio dramas presented throughout the evening at Stone Mountain Park (original playbill) (photos from the show)
Sunday, March 09 Fellowship of Reason – Guerrilla Radio Theatre featuring A Case of Abuse (original playbill)
Friday, May 30 Sci-Fi Summer 2003 – To Dine With the Devil; Blues for Johnny Raven (original playbill)
Friday, June 20 Harry Potter and the Theater of the Mind – The release party for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix held at the Barnes and Noble Perimeter location. A grand event, with staged readings of selected chapters from the previous books culminating with a reading from chapter one of the new book at midnight. We introduced a ton of young people to audio drama that night and had a great time doing it in costume! (photos from the show)
Friday, January 18 8 1/2 x 11 at Dad’s Garage – Eight and a half directors present pieces in 11 minutes. ARTC contributed a different piece each night (and we were the half of a director, so we only had 5.5 minutes), consisting of the following: The Shape of Things to Come, I Am/You Are/He Is: Men Who Morph, The Jane Handley-Page Show: The Most-Pierced Man in America, The Blair Cream Adventure, Suspense, Mystery, Cowboy and Indian Hour, Unresolved Mysteries: Phrenotherapy and Rory Rammer: Martian Mafia, Bumpers Crossroads: Hide, a Cow’s Outside, Bubblewrap, and assorted commercial parodies.
Saturday, April 28 Georgia Libertarian Party Convention – Inhuman Rights, A Case of Abuse, The Menace From Earth
Saturday, May 12 Parkview High School – A selection of short subjects, including Chief Burnley, Rory Rammer, Space Marshal, and A Case of Abuse by Ron N Butler, and featuring Thomas E. Fuller’s fantasy Chronos Beach and Robert A Heinlein’s The Menace From Earth
Monday, June 18 NATF 2001 – Chronos Beach
Saturday, July 07 Sci-Fi Summer 2001 – The Shape of Things to Come by Daniel Taylor; Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: The Asteroid of Love by Ron N Butler; Robert A Heinlein’s The Menace From Earth
Saturday, July 14 Birmingham Radio Theater Workshop