Saturday, September 13 Old English Festival - An unknown episode of Dr. Geoffry Stanhope, Investigator of Occult Phenomena
Friday, September 26 Southeast Antique Radio Show - More Stanhope and other short subjects
Saturday, October 11 Necronomicon - Country of the Blind, Two's a Crowd
Saturday, October 25 Friends of Old-Time Radio - Geoffry Stanhope: Hour of the Wolf - Daniel Taylor as Geoffry Stanhope, Thomas E Fuller as Colonel Horatio Fitzwilliams, Clair Kiernan as Maria von Ritter, Daniel Kiernan as Burgomeister Hugo Brassner, Terry Sanders as the announcer, and Ron Butler as the rest of Germany.
Saturday, August 27 DeepSouthCon - Birmingham AL: Armadillo Radio Hour, featuring King Kong, The Shape of Things to Come, Bumpers Crossroads: Hide, the Cow's Outside, A Case of Abuse, The Armadillo and the Karaoke of Doom
Friday, September 02 Props Restaurant
Saturday, September 03 Burroughs Dum-Dum - Nadir of the Apes, Rory Rammer: Green Man's Burden
Saturday, October 15 NecronomiCon - Rory Rammer: Eye in the Sky, Rory Rammer: Green Man's Burden, Special Order
Saturday, October 22 UGA Theater of the Mind - The Countess, directed by Himan Brown (not an ARTC production, but featuring many of our personnel), performed at the Morton Theatre and broadcast over WUOG.
Tuesday, November 01 WREK - Saturdays at 5:30, November-December, Your Radio Rialto
Saturday, April 17 PhoenixCon - Armadillo Radio Hour: The Armadillo Inside Out
Friday, May 28 Little Five Points Coffeehouse - Monthly venue, in the Horizon Theater / WRFG building on Euclid Avenue. May '93 through April '94. This is where many of our best-loved serials originated, including Bumpers Crossroads, Rory Rammer, and The Crimson Hawk.
Saturday, July 17 Dragon*Con 7 - Ole Doc Methuselah: The Great Air Monopoly
Friday, July 23 Callanwolde - ARTC Tenth Anniversary performance
Sunday, June 14 WGKA - WGKA Summer Series, 13 hours
Monday, June 15 Centauri Express - Release of Centauri Express Audio Magazine #1.The cassette periodical published four more issues, the last in 1990. Centauri Express, and ARTC, continued to publish its programs on tape (and later CD), but never again attempted a regular schedule.
Tuesday, July 14 Dragon*Con 1 - The Call of Cthulhu by H. P. Lovecraft, adapted by Gerald W. Page. Sadly, this performance and the script that allowed it have been lost to antiquity. Our current version was written by Ron N. Butler.
Friday, August 29 Confederation / WorldCon - Creation is a Circle (not an ARTC production, but featuring ARTC personnel)
Friday, June 14 Peach State Public Radio - SouthernAire Radio Workshop