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The Time Machine, part 4 of 4

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Welcome back to the podcast!

It’s hard to pin down which was the first time travel story (if you know, be sure to let us know or post about it in the forums!) but it’s undeniable the influence and effect that H. G. Wells’s The Time Machine has had on the general idea. Having the Time Traveller go so far into the future avoids the temptation to try to guess at what today’s modern trends and fashions would have evolved into in favor of exploring a completely alternate reality, while also taking a stab at the ultimate fate of mankind.

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 original playbill for the performance.  Illustration by Lindsay Archer!

Atlanta History Center logo

The Time Machine was performed live at the Academy Theatre on March 3 and 4, 2012, as a benefit for the Atlanta History Center.

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.

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The Time Machine, part 3 of 4

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The Time Machine - small poster

Welcome back to the podcast!

The Time Machine has been adapted for audio at least 5 times, including our own rendition, by various companies around the world since 1948. There have also been no fewer than 4 movies or teleplays and it has inspired countless other media, including books, television shows, movies, comics, animation, and much more! If you like ours, be sure to let us know or post about it in the forums!

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 original playbill for the performance.  Illustration by Lindsay Archer!

Atlanta History Center logo

The Time Machine was performed live at the Academy Theatre on March 3 and 4, 2012, as a benefit for the Atlanta History Center.

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.

 

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The Time Machine, part 2 of 4

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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 original playbill for the performance.  Illustration by Lindsay Archer!

Atlanta History Center logo

The Time Machine was performed live at the Academy Theatre on March 3 and 4, 2012, as a benefit for the Atlanta History Center.

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.

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The Time Machine, part 1 of 4

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The Time Machine - small poster

Welcome to the very first podcast published here at ARTC.org!  If you’ve been visiting us on the blog page at podcast.artc.org, we’ll be phasing that out over time.  The podcast will continue to be hosted at the same location and we’ll be making sure everyone’s RSS feeds continue to work, but here’s where all the info is going to be.

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 original playbill for the performance.  Illustration by Lindsay Archer!

Atlanta History Center logo

The Time Machine was performed live at the Academy Theatre on March 3 and 4, 2012, as a benefit for the Atlanta History Center.

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.

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Christmas Rose

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Well, here we are.  The end of another year of podcasting for ARTC.  Ok, fine, we didn’t exactly podcast for the whole year, but the point is that we took some needed time off and came back with a better situation than we had before.  We’re looking forward to podcasting at least monthly and more often when we can.

This week we bring you Christmas Rose by Kelley S. Ceccato, performed live at the Academy Theatre in Avondale Estates, GA, on December 6 and 7, 2008.

This story is one of my personal favorites of Kelley’s.  She’s written lots of stuff for us and continues to improve in her craft and we are very lucky to have her.  We hope you enjoy it.

As we move into the New Year we at ARTC hope that all of you enjoy all of the magic that your imaginations can provide.  Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone and we’ll see you next year!

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Nothing-At-All Part 2 of 2

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This month we bring you Nothing-at-All, written for the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company by Kelley S. Ceccato, performed live at the Academy Theatre in Avondale Estates, GA on October 25 and 26, 2008.

As promised, this month we bring you a second podcast with part two of Nothing-at-All by Kelley S. Ceccato.

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Nothing-At-All Part 1 of 2

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This month we bring you Nothing-at-All, written for the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company by Kelley S. Ceccato, performed live at the Academy Theatre in Avondale Estates, GA on October 25 and 26, 2008.

Due to length, this podcast will be in two parts.  But, in the spirit of the upcoming holiday season, we’re giving you the gift of TWO podcasts this month.  Tune in here this time next week for the concluding part of Nothing-at-All.

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The Long Road: Red Butte Run

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Welcome back!  The hiatus is over!  …sort of.

After over six months of being off the air the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company is bringing its podcast back on a monthly schedule.  Why monthly?  Because we’re still not done with the archiving, but we couldn’t bear to be away any longer.  How long will the monthly updating last?  We’ll have to see.

Thanks so much to everyone who has hung in there.  For now we’re going to shoot for the second Thursday of every month by 8pm and in between I’ll try to report any news that may be of note.

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An Atlanta Christmas part 7

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Welcome everyone to the last Christmas podcast of the year.  We conclude the season with another very recent show, Sunday, December 23 to be exact.  And we are proud to bring you a segment of An Atlanta Christmas that has never been presented before.  “Civil War Triptych”, written by Thomas E. Fuller, follows the Christmas stories of three characters, each with an entirely different situation and take on the season.

Again, technical reasons prevented me from including the performer’s names in the audio, but they are Clair W. Kiernan, Veronica Byrd, and Jeff Montgomery.  Assisting with the song at the end are Dawn Marie and Sarah Taylor.  Special thanks to our performance coach, Doug Kaye.

We hope you’ve enjoyed our annual presentation of An Atlanta Christmas.  We look forward to doing it again next year.