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An Atlanta Christmas part 6

Size: 4M Duration: 8:52

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Hey, folks, technical difficulties are forcing me to post this week’s installment without intro or outro crediting information.  Hopefully this is just temporary, but we’ll see.

This week’s episode is from an extremely recent show.  Like this past weekend.  Yes, from December 8, 2007 at 4pm to be exact, we present “Cut-Out Christmas” by Thomas E. Fuller, adapted for audio by Daniel Taylor and featuring the voices of Veronica Byrd and Burt Tanner.  Foley effects created by Sonya with Caran Wilbanks.  Music by Brad Weage.

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Blazing the Trail of Tears part 2 of 2

Size: 4M Duration: 8:47

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Back in 2004 ARTC performed an outdoor show at Stone Mountain Park for their Frontier Days festival.  We’ve brought you some of that material here in the podcast before and today we revisit it with Mike Langford’s Blazing the Trail of Tears in two parts.  The timing of this story for this podcast is not lost on us.  It is not a proud part of Georgia or American history, but it is an important one.  We hope you enjoy the presentation.

Next week we will begin bringing you segments from An Atlanta Christmas, originally written by Thomas E. Fuller and continually expanded by a host of our other writers.

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Blazing the Trail of Tears part 1 of 2

Size: 6M Duration 12:25

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Back in 2004 ARTC performed an outdoor show at Stone Mountain Park for their Frontier Days festival.  We’ve brought you some of that material here in the podcast before and today we revisit it with Mike Langford’s Blazing the Trail of Tears in two parts.  The timing of this story for this podcast is not lost on us.  It is not a proud part of Georgia or American history, but it is an important one.  We hope you enjoy the presentation.

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Memorial Day part 2 of 2

Length: 27:26  Size: 12.8M

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Last week we celebrated the upcoming Memorial Day holiday with a few timely pieces, and this week we conclude that celebration with a wonderful piece entitled Unaccustomed to Fear, written by Terry Quinn, performed at Stone Mountain Park’s Memorial Hall on May 29, 2005.

Unaccustomed to Fear was originally performed at the National Audio Theatre Festivals audio theatre workshop in June of 2002 and it made quite an impression on me.  When an opportunity for us to perform at Stone Mountain on the Memorial Day weekend, I knew this was the perfect piece for us to bring to our audience.  I contacted the author and was luckily able to negotiate the rights to perform it again.  Unfortunately I was not able to reprise my role as the narrator as my cousin was getting married in Boston at the time.  The story is based on true events and we hope you enjoy it.

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Dr. Geoffry Stanhope, Investigator of Occult Phenomena: The Dweller in the Depths part 2 of 2

Duration: 17:32 Size: 8.25M

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St. Patrick drove the snakes out of Ireland (but not on a plane…unless you mean a 2-dimensional surface…nevermind).  But did he miss one?  Just what is the Loch Ness Monster?  Assuming it even exists.

Last week we brought you part one of The Dweller in the Depths, by Thomas E. Fuller, recorded live at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, GA.  This week we bring you part two of the story, but this performance was recorded at Stone Mountain Park in 2005.