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Pulp-Pourri Theatre is an all-new audio drama anthology series that has its origins in vintage pulp fiction but presents its stories in the modern way. Produced and directed by Pete Lutz, and starring the Narada Radio Company.
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Dec 11, 2016

Welcome to Episode 2 of the Narada Audio Drive-In, the Pulp-Pourri Theatre Season Four Extra! In this special new format, we will present a triple-feature with every installment! So park your car, prop the speaker in the window, sit back, and enjoy the show! We've included some historic recordings from drive-in movies for your entertainment.

THIS EPISODE'S FEATURES:

1. (G) The Consumer Review: Just in time for Christmas, our consumer reviewer, Armhurst Suyderhoud, brings to our attention a child’s plaything with potential hazards.

2. (PG-L) Jake Dimes, Range Detective - Chapter 2: "Taming the Man-Killer"

Jake attempts to impress his boss and win over the opinions of his fellow ranch hands, by performing a dangerous task.

Music by Pete Lutz and Ross Bernhardt.

3. (PG-LV) Pulp-Pourri Theatre: "Black Roses", a study in terror. Written by Mark Slade.

A group of friends and thieves steal a valuable object and unleash an ancient creature, who is rather hungry.

Music by Tom Parsons. PPT Theme by Rich Wentworth.

Dec 4, 2016

 

Orig. rel. 12/18/14, "Karpen" was adapted from the Pulp Fiction story by Robert Neal Leath. This was Episode 3 of Season 2 of "Pulp-Pourri Theatre", an anthology series created in the style of Old-Time Radio. This is a contemporary retelling of the 16th-century "Wandering Jew" legend, set during Christmastime, 1938. Adapted, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz, and starring the Narada Radio Company. All materials such as sound effects and incidental music in this production were sourced from the public domain. Commercials for fictitious products were written and produced by Pete Lutz.

ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala

JOHN ALBERTSON/KARPEN/STURMER: Pete Lutz

JACK MURPHY: Christian Ferris

SILVERSTEIN: Jack Ward

BRENDA KARPEN: Tanja Milojevich

ELEVATOR BOY/COP: Kyle Bauer

BAHKMETEFF/CALLIERI: Dana Gonsalves

TAGUCHI: Skeeter Ullman

TELEPHONE VOICE #1: Nancy Gaugler

TELEPHONE VOICE #2: Bubba Jones

Nov 29, 2016

Orig. rel. 9/11/15, "The Shadow's Legacy" is an original play by Pete Lutz, as an homage to the original Shadow radio series, based on characters appearing in those programs. This was Episode 9 of Season 2 of "Pulp-Pourri Theatre". Adapted, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz, and starring the Narada Radio Company. Certain music passages by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com. All materials such as sound effects and incidental music in this production were sourced from the public domain. Commercials for fictitious products were written and produced by Pete Lutz. 

THIS PROGRAM IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY, AS A LOVING TRIBUTE TO THE ORIGINAL, AND NO INFRINGEMENT IS INTENDED.
 
CAST:
ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala
MONTY CRANSTON: Austin Hanna
LAMONT CRANSTON: Pete Lutz
MARGO LANE: Kendra Womack
TRAIN CONDUCTOR: Micah R. Blain
TRAIN PORTER: Gene Giggy
GINNY WOOD: Alisha Strand-Mueller
THREE THUGS: Derek Rhein (1), Pete Lutz (2 & 3)
WALTER KONTREIT: Dana Gonsalves
COCKTAIL PARTY HOSTESS: Aileen Corpos
DR. SERGEI DEMIDOFF: Pete Lutz
ROBERT "DIRTY WORK" BROWNING: Pete Lutz
TRUCK DRIVER: Aaron Kenigsberg
NEWS REPORTER: Cheyenne Gibbs
SGT. KIRK WESTON: Joseph Cable
HOSPITAL ORDERLY: Pete Lutz
ARMY DOCTOR: Alan Clower
COMMERCIAL ANNOUNCERS: Christian Ferris, Geri Elliff, Pete Lutz, Nancy Bueler
Nov 27, 2016

Orig. rel. 3-20-15, "A Trip to Eternity" is an all-new adventure of The Shadow, written by Scott Leslie. This was Episode 5 of Season 2 of "Pulp-Pourri Theatre". Adapted, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz, and starring the Narada Radio Company. Certain music passages by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com. Includes all of "Etude for Solo Violin" by James C. Burke, Ph.D. All materials such as sound effects and incidental music in this production were sourced from the public domain. Commercials for fictitious products were written and produced by Pete Lutz. This production is for entertainment purposes only, and is not to be sold. It is intended as an homage to the original radio series, and no infringement is intended.

CAST:

LAMONT CRANSTON/THE SHADOW: Pete Lutz

MARGOT LANE: Kendra Womack

COMMISSIONER WESTON: Paul J. Patterson

EDWARD JORDAN: Kevin Schuster

ANNA JORDAN: Cheyenne Gibbs

DR. HEINRICH: Dana Gonsalves

STEPHEN HEINRICH/POLICE SGT.: Jason D. Johnson

MICHAELS: John Valadez

THE BUTLER: Derek Lutz

POLICE FILE CLERK: Merilee Robinson

ANNOUNCERS: Darren Rockhold, Derek Rhein, Lisa Ayala, Pete Lutz

 

Nov 19, 2016

Orig. rel. 10-27-13, this is the very first episode of Pulp-Pourri Theatre, adapted from a short story by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. which first appeared in the 01/54 issue of Galaxy Science Fiction magazine. In the not-too-distant future, science has eliminated old age and death, but nobody thought ahead to the most important result: where are you going to put all these people who are now living forever?

Re-released as a tribute to the memory of Father Eduardo "Eddie" Garcia, who appears in the role of the Turnkey. Eddie passed away the week of November 14, 2016. Since he was a founding member of the Narada Radio Company, and since this was the only role I could nail such a busy, beloved man down for, we present this program, with all its faults. 

CAST:

ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala

EDDIE FORD: Philboyd Studge

GRAMPS FORD: Gene Giggy

COMMENTATOR 1: Michele Cotter

COMMENTATOR 2: Kevin Schuster

EMERALD FORD: Debby Leal-Ramirez

LOU FORD: Larry Hutchison

WILLY FORD: Andres Elizondo II

MORTY FORD: Jordan Bruster-Campo

TV ANNOUNCER 1: Micah Blain

TV ANNOUNCER 2: Wendy Sauer

TURNKEY: Eddie Garcia

 

Adapted, produced and directed by Pete Lutz. All music and SFX obtained thru a Creative Commons license and/or the public domain.

Nov 13, 2016

Like the title says, this live show was performed and recorded in 1989, staged as a mock radio broadcast to entertain the ladies of "WAVES National", an organization whose members had served or were still serving in the U.S. Navy. This show marks the first time I created an audio performance, and it would be roughly a dozen years before I did it again.

The performers are 26-year-old me and my good friend at the time, John Bayer, who was about the same age, probably. He shared my love of old-time radio and we had a lot of fun putting on this show, playing all of the characters the way radio comedy pioneers Bob & Ray would. 

I lost touch with John Bayer after leaving Atlanta, but I hope he finds out about this and gets a chance to listen to it. Likewise, I hope you enjoy the younger version of myself, who was serving in the Navy at the time.

WAVES, by the way, stands for Women's Auxiliary Volunteer Emergency Service, which goes back to World War I. Nowadays all women serving in the Navy are full-fledged Sailors, serving on combat-ready ships and on submarines.

The comedy sketches in this program were written by Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding, with filler written by me. 

Nov 6, 2016

Orig. rel. 5/6/14,  "The Better Man" is adapted from an Untamed Frontier-Fiction short story of the same name by Harold DePolo, currently in the public domain.  This is Season 1, Episode 7 of "Pulp-Pourri Theatre", which is adapted, directed and produced by Pete Lutz.  All materials such as sound effects and incidental music in this production were sourced from the public domain. 

CAST:

ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala

THE OLD-TIMER: Gene Giggy

CHET RAND: Matthew Willoughby

GEORGES "BULLY" LAFITTE: Derek Lutz

SALLY DONOVAN "SQUARE DEAL" O'BRIEN: Geri Elliff

ROUX REGRETTE: Katherine Crawford

PROSPECTOR: Juan Perez

HALF-BREED JEAN: Dana Gonsalves

JIM THE TRAPPER: Micah Blain

ADDITIONAL VOICES: Teddi Giggy, Michele Cotter, Skeeter Ullman, Philboyd Studge

 

SPECIAL FEATURES CAST:

Derek Lutz, Darren Rockhold, Katherine Crawford, Philboyd Studge, Keane Lutz

Oct 30, 2016

A special presentation of 11th Audio Productions Southwest, for World Audio Drama Day 2016. Adapted by Pete Lutz from a 1932 Weird Tales story by R. C. Sandison. Greek legend tells of the vrykolakas, a vampiric creature somewhat different from the Slavic bloodsuckers we know. And in a Southwestern U.S. city, when a Greek gangster comes back to life to hunt down his murderer, bullets and blood drops fly!

One of five 11th Hour Audio Productions in 2016. Seek out the others at 11thhouraudio.com

Directed by Pete Lutz

Mixing and post-production by Sibby Wieland

CAST:

ANNOUNCER: Shannon Bladow

KIP HOLLISTER: Diana DeHoyos

EDITOR: Peter M. Howard

JINX SANTELLI: Pete Lutz

SPIKE ROMERO: Jason D. Johnson

DINK MALONE: Nick Wommack

KYRIE: Peter M. Howard

THE GIRL: Evy Elizondo

FATHER MITROS: Nick Wommack

ANGELOS SPIRIDON: Jason D. Johnson

RITZY: Dana Gonsalves

THE GANGSTER: Bill Hollweg (of Brokensea Audio)

MICK: Shannon Bladow

PEPITA: Evy Elizondo

MRS. DAGO JOE: Shannon Bladow

DAGO JOE: Shannon Bladow

THE DRIVER: George Hatfield

COPY BOYS: Katie Loftin, Alex Moore

KELSEY: Pete Lutz

MRS. KYRIE & MRS. SPIRIDON: Alex Moore

ADDITIONAL VOICES: Various members of the cast

Oct 30, 2016

Orig. rel. 12-08-14 by 63audio, "The Pin-Up Murder Mystery" is an original play written in the Pulp Fiction style by Pete Lutz.  This is Part 2 of a 2-part episode of Season 2 of "Pulp-Pourri Theatre", an anthology series inspired by or adapted from vintage pulp fiction. Written, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz, and starring the Narada Radio Company. All materials such as sound effects and incidental music in this production were sourced from the public domain. Commercials for fictitious products were written, performed and produced by Pete Lutz. 

RATED PG FOR LANGUAGE, ADULT SITUATIONS AND DEPICTIONS OF VIOLENCE.

This play was selected as Finalist in the 2015 Mark Time Awards' "Nick Danger Prize" for best mystery audio drama!

CAST OF CHARACTERS (in order of appearance):

ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala
NEWSIES: Keane Lutz, Juan Perez
DIRK JONAS: Jason D. Johnson
PEG KELLEY: Darrin Ruiz
APRIL NAIAD: Kendra Womack
HOTEL CLERK: Jack Ward
LT ANDY ELIZONDO: Pete Lutz
PATROLMAN McGILL: Carl Yowell
SHAY SURREY: Brontë Smith
DESK COP: Larry Hutchison
LEEDS BERRY: Dana Gonsalves
ELEVATOR BOY: Juan Perez
RECEPTIONIST: Geri Elliff
LAMONT HAMPTON: Skeeter Ullman
BIBI LIBERTY: Debby Leal
BARTENDER: Carl Yowell

 

Oct 23, 2016

Orig. rel. 11-28-14 by 63audio, "The Pin-Up Murder Mystery" is an original play written in the Pulp Fiction style by Pete Lutz.  This is Part 1 of a 2-part episode of Season 2 of "Pulp-Pourri Theatre", an anthology series inspired by or adapted from vintage pulp fiction. Written, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz, and starring the Narada Radio Company. All materials such as sound effects and incidental music in this production were sourced from the public domain. Commercials for fictitious products were written, performed and produced by Pete Lutz. CATCH PART 2 NEXT WEEK!

RATED PG FOR LANGUAGE, ADULT SITUATIONS AND DEPICTIONS OF VIOLENCE.

This play was selected as Finalist in the 2015 Mark Time Awards' "Nick Danger Prize" for best mystery audio drama!

CAST OF CHARACTERS (in order of appearance):

ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala
NEWSIES: Keane Lutz, Juan Perez
DIRK JONAS: Jason D. Johnson
PEG KELLEY: Darrin Ruiz
APRIL NAIAD: Kendra Womack
HOTEL CLERK: Jack Ward
LT ANDY ELIZONDO: Pete Lutz
PATROLMAN McGILL: Carl Yowell
SHAY SURREY: Brontë Smith
DESK COP: Larry Hutchison
LEEDS BERRY: Dana Gonsalves
ELEVATOR BOY: Juan Perez
RECEPTIONIST: Geri Elliff
LAMONT HAMPTON: Skeeter Ullman
BIBI LIBERTY: Debby Leal
BARTENDER: Carl Yowell


 

Oct 16, 2016

RATED G (pts. 1 & 2) and R (pt. 3)

Welcome to the Narada Audio Drive-In! As a special new format for PPT Season 4, we will present a triple-feature with every installment! So park your car, prop the speaker in the window, sit back, and enjoy the show! We've included some historic recordings from drive-in movies for your entertainment.

TONIGHT'S FEATURES:

1. (G) Insomnia Theatre: "Heroes' Haven", a spoof of Japanese anime

    Featuring the voices of more than a dozen actors who normally appear in many other podcasts!

2. (G) Jake Dimes, Range Detective - Chapter 1: "Meet Jake Dimes"

    This is the winner of the 2016 Marion Thauer Brown Audio Drama Scriptwriting Award.

3. (R) Pulp-Pourri Theatre: "Fingers", a study in horror.

(contains adult language, discussion of violent criminal activity, depictions of violence)

Oct 9, 2016

Orig. rel. 1/24/14, 'By Order of Buck Brady' was adapted for audio by Pete Lutz from a Western story by W. C. Tuttle, originally published in the July, 1928 issue of Adventure Magazine. Starring the Narada Radio Company. Directed and produced by Pete Lutz.

CAST OF CHARACTERS:

ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala

BEN DOLAN: Andres Elizondo II

BUCK BRADY: Dana Gonsalves

BUD HICKMAN: Austin Hanna

PETE ASHER: Matthew Willoughby

COWBOY 1: Keane Lutz

COWBOY 2: Larry Hutchison

COWBOY 3: John Valadez

COWBOY 4: Micah Blain

Oct 5, 2016

Special message from Pete Lutz with info about our new season, coming later this month! Groovy stuff is happening and you don't wanna miss it.

Oct 2, 2016

Orig. rel. 3/6/14, "Lights" is a tale of the supernatural adapted by Pete Lutz from the pulp-fiction story by Philip Fisher. Starring the Narada Radio Company. Music by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech dot com. Set in China in the 1920s, it involves the crew of a U.S. Navy destroyer and the court-martial of two of her officers. One of the officers claims he saw something...everybody else says whatever it was he saw wasn't there. 

CAST OF CHARACTERS:

ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala

COURT PRESIDENT: Darren Rockhold

JUDGE ADVOCATE: Matthew Willoughby

CAPT. KENNART: Andres Elizondo II

LT. WARREN CAREY: Jordan Bruster-Campo

LCDR. RICHARD FELDHAUS, MD: Philboyd Studge 

YEOMAN BENSON: Skeeter Ullman

LOOKOUT: Dana Gonsalves

HELMSMAN: Austin Hanna

QUARTERMASTER: Juan Perez

BOATSWAIN: Larry Hutchison

Sep 24, 2016

Orig. rel. 2/6/15, “12 Angry Men” is Pete Lutz’s audio adaptation of the Reginald Rose screenplay. It is intended as an homage to the film and no infringement is intended. This was episode 4 of Season 2 of Pulp-Pourri Theatre, directed and produced by Pete Lutz and starring the Narada Radio Company. This re-release was edited slightly for time and available bandwidth. Featured in the cast:

CAST OF CHARACTERS:

JUROR NO. 8:   Alan Clower

JUROR NO. 3:   Pete Lutz

JUROR NO. 10: Andres Elizondo II

JUROR NO. 7:   Jason D. Johnson

JUROR NO. 4:   Kevin Schuster

JUROR NO. 1 (FOREMAN): John Valadez

JUROR NO. 9:   Skeeter Ullman

JUROR NO. 12: Derek Rhein

JUROR NO. 2:   Jordan Bruster-Campo

JUROR NO. 5:   Jake Salinas

JUROR NO. 11: Dana Gonsalves

GUARD:           Lisa Ayala

JUDGE:            Nancy Gaugler

ANNOUNCER:   Darren Rockhold

Sep 18, 2016

FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY (Implied sexual content, language, violence)

Orig. rel. 7/6/15, "Nymph of Damnation" is adapted from the story of the same name by William B. Rainey, originally published in Dime Mystery Magazine, sourced from the public domain. This is Episode 7 of Season 2 of "Pulp-Pourri Theatre", an audio drama anthology series. Adapted, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz, and starring the Narada Radio Company. Certain music passages by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com. All materials such as sound effects and incidental music in this production were sourced from the public domain. Special features between the acts and commercials for fictitious products were written and produced by Pete Lutz.

CAST:

ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala

JANE CAMERON: Aileen Corpos

JOHN CAMERON: Jason D. Johnson

NIKA: Alisha Strand-Mueller

McCORY: Derek Lutz

THE MAID: Kendra Womack

MARIAN REYNOLDS: Leanne King

THE COOK: Inia Campbell

THE HOOKER: Geri Elliff

THE DOCTOR: Alan Clower

THE GYPSY: Lisa Espinoza

BLIND BEN: John Washington

 SPECIAL FEATURES CAST:

Geri Elliff, Darren Rockhold, Derek Lutz, Pete Lutz, Jordan Bruster-Campo, Nick Wommack, Austin Hanna

Sep 11, 2016

Orig. rel. 4/6/14, this tale of the macabre was adapted from a "Dime Mystery Magazine" story by Henry Treat Sperry. With the voice talents of Dana Gonsalves, Geri Elliff, Michele Cotter, Nancy Bueler, Pete Lutz and Adriana Fontanez. Music by Kevin MacLeod.

Sep 9, 2016

With 2016 being the 15th anniversary of the Twin Towers terrorist attack on September 11th, I wanted to present the man-on-the-street interview segment that I compiled and produced back in 2001, during the week following that tragedy. These are real people, not actors. Warning: handkerchiefs or tissues may be helpful as you listen. 

Sep 4, 2016

Orig. rel. 10-30-14, "MACBETH" is an adaptation of Shakespeare's classic tragedy by Pete Lutz.  These are Acts IV and V only. Acts I-III were released earlier. Adapted, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz.  Starring the Narada Radio Company. All materials such as sound effects and incidental music in this production were sourced from the public domain. Certain passages of music by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com.

See cast list in previous episode listing.

Read more at http://naradaradio.libsyn.com/#5svgPAEKuvyUFlYF.99

Aug 30, 2016

Coming in October to iTunes is a new interview podcast, hosted by Pete Lutz, that showcases voice actors. Get to know your favorites from the most popular audio drama podcasts out there! Our inaugural show features the cast of Audioblivious Productions' "Wynabego Warrior" and in future episodes we'll be chatting with familiar voices like Joe Stofko, David Ault, Barbra Dillon, Lauren Shippen and Alex Moore. Don't miss SAVE THE LAST WORD FOR ME, coming in October from 63audio and Pete Lutz! 

Aug 28, 2016

Orig. rel. 10-30-14, "MACBETH" is an adaptation of Shakespeare's classic tragedy by Pete Lutz.  These are the first three acts only. Acts IV and V will follow next episode. Adapted, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz.  Starring the Narada Radio Company. All materials such as sound effects and incidental music in this production were sourced from the public domain. Certain passages of music by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com.

CONGRATULATIONS to the cast of this episode, for their win in the 2015 Audio Verse Awards! Macbeth won for Best Fan/Adaptation Stand-Alone Production!

MACBETH
DRAMATIS PERSONAE

MACBETH: Pete Lutz
LADY MACBETH: Leanne King
BANQUO: Jason D. Johnson
FLEANCE: Cara Lesniewicz
DUNCAN: Ross Bernhardt
MALCOLM: Austin Hanna
DONALBAIN: Jordan Bruster
MACDUFF: Carl Yowell
LADY MACDUFF: Alex Moore
LENNOX: Tabitha Hill
ROSS: Maurice Curran
MENTEITH: Nick Wommack
ANGUS: Larry Hutchison
CAITHNESS: Keane Lutz
SIWARD: Micah Blain
YOUNG SIWARD: Tristin Bonasse
YOUNG MACDUFF: Kendra Womack
THE WEIRD SISTERS (in order): Lisa Ayala, Michele Cotter,
Sherri Davis
MESSENGER: Susan Turpin
PORTER: Gene Giggy
SERVANT: Lisa McGrew
ATTENDANT: Merilee Robinson
DOCTOR: Kevin Schuster
GENTLEWOMAN: Tamara Merson Wren
SEYTON: Teddi Giggy
TWO MURDERERS: Rae Garza, Derek Rhein
THREE APPARITIONS (in order): Christian Ferris, Cheyanne
Lesniewicz, Cheyenne Gibbs
INTERLOCUTOR: Greg Lhamon
ANNOUNCER: Nicole Sanchez

Aug 21, 2016

Orig. rel. 8-10-14, "Convince Me, I Said" is based on a War-Fiction short story of the same name by Craig Ellis, currently in the public domain.  This is Season 1 Episode 12 of "Pulp-Pourri Theatre", an anthology audio drama series, each based on a different pulp fiction genre. Adapted, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz.  All materials such as sound effects and incidental music in this production were sourced from the public domain. Special features between the acts written by Pete Lutz.

CAST:

Sailor 1: John Valadez

Sailor 2: Jason D. Johnson

Sailor 3: Dana Gonsalves

Sailor 4: Skeeter Ullman

SPECIAL FEATURES CAST:

"BIX BIXBY BOOK REVIEW": Pete Lutz, Nick Wommack, Austin Hanna

"W.O.L.F." Telethon: Pete Lutz

"EMERGENCY APOTHECARY #1": Pete Lutz, Andres Elizondo II, Micah Blain

"INSOMNIA THEATRE: The Kaiser of New York": Pete Lutz, Jason D. Johnson, John Valadez

Aug 14, 2016

Orig. rel. 5/24/14, "Tame Me This Beast" is based on a Jungle-Fiction short story of the same name by Robert Moore Williams, currently in the public domain.  This is Season 1, Episode 8 of "Pulp-Pourri Theatre", a continuing anthology series, each based on a different pulp fiction genre, and created in the style of Old-Time Radio. Adapted, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz.  All materials such as sound effects and incidental music in this production were sourced from the public domain. SPECIAL NOTE: All characters in this audio play are portrayed by two actors alone.  See if you can guess who plays whom!

Includes the first two Philboyd Studge interviews: the one with a crack-filler on Mount Rushmore, and the one with the man who has the single most difficult name to pronounce in the world. Also includes a spot for Crazy Crambone's Discount Warehouse in Sandusky Ohio.

Philboyd Studge: Pete Lutz; ZVBXRPL Fingerman: Derek Lutz

Aug 7, 2016

S3 Finale! Two James Thurber stories, fully dramatized in the Pulp-Pourri Theatre style by the Narada Radio Company. First off is Thurber's 1942 classic, "The Catbird Seat", telling of the troubles of Mr. Martin, an office worker, who must defend himself against the machinations of a so-called efficiency expert. How Martin deals with her is something you don't want to miss. After that comes "The Topaz Cufflinks Mystery" from 1932, a vignette about a man, a woman, a cop, and a very strange experiment. Together these stories are comedy gold! 

Includes the special feature "To Look for America" plus commercials from Toddler Tech Support, Arrowhawk Real Trail Mix and other sponsors. 

CAST OF "THE CATBIRD SEAT":

Dana Gonsalves as the NARRATOR and JOEY HART

Pete Lutz as MR. MARTIN

Lisa Ayala as MRS. BARROWS

Nicole Sanchez as MISS PAIRD and

Skeeter Ullman as MR. FITWEILER 

With additional voices by: Alan Clower, Kevin Schuster and Pete Lutz

CAST OF "THE TOPAZ CUFFLINKS MYSTERY":

Andres Elizondo II as THE COP

Kristy Glick as THE WOMAN and

John Valadez as THE MAN

Your Announcer was Darren Rockhold

SPECIAL FEATURES CAST:

TODDLER TECH SUPPORT: Emily Carpenter, Christin Sanchez, Adriana Fontanez, Sarah Golding

BROUGHT-TO-YOU-BY: Merilee Robinson

ARROWHAWK REAL TRAIL MIX: Ashley Carroll

TO LOOK FOR AMERICA:

ANNOUNCER: Kristy Glick

MILBURN CURTIS: Carl Yowell

NATHONIA O'ROURKE: Michele Cotter

JASPER: Pete Lutz

All spots and special features are written by Pete Lutz. Toddler Tech Support came from an idea suggested by Jennie Lucio.

Musical selections in the Catbird Seat include the following historical recordings of “bird” songs:

LISTEN TO THE MOCKINGBIRD performed by The Dukes of Dixieland

WHEN THE RED, RED ROBIN COMES BOB, BOB, BOBBIN’ ALONG performed by The Ben Selvin Orchestra

BYE, BYE BLACKBIRD performed by Gene Austin

THE WOODPECKER SONG and MISTER MEADOWLARK performed by the Glenn Miller Orchestra

A NIGHTINGALE SANG IN BERKELEY SQUARE sung by Vera Lynn

TICO TICO NO FUBÁ performed by Carmen Miranda

Two versions of SKYLARK, one performed by Paul Desmond and the other by Dinah Shore

LITTLE WHITE DUCK sung by Danny Kaye

BLUEBIRD OF HAPPINESS sung by Jimmy Durante

And PARK AVENUE BEAT by Fred Steiner

Stings by Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech dot com.

The theme for The Topaz Cufflinks Mystery was, fittingly, MYSTERY by Paul Biese’s Orchestra.

In the case of both the stories in our episode and the musical selections, they are for entertainment purposes only and no infringement is intended.

The Pulp-Pourri Theatre Theme was composed and performed by Rich Wentworth

Opening announcements by Gene Lutz and Rich Wentworth

Episodes six thru ten of this season were dedicated to the loving memory of my pop, Gene Lutz.

If you found us on iTunes, we hope you’re a subscriber, and if you are, please take a few moments to leave a review of the series. Reviews keep us relevant and draw more listeners to the show, and we hope you’ll do your part. Thank you from all of us in the Narada Radio Company.

 

 

 

Aug 1, 2016
Originally released 8-9-15, "2-B-R-0-2-B" is adapted from the story of the same name by Kurt Vonnegut Jr, sourced from the public domain. This is Episode 8 of Season 2 of "Pulp-Pourri Theatre", an anthology series created in the style of Old-Time Radio. Adapted, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz, and starring the Narada Radio Company. Certain music passages by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com. All materials such as sound effects and incidental music in this production were sourced from the public domain or other sources, were used for entertainment purposes only, with no infringement intended. Special features between the acts and commercials for fictitious products were written and produced by Pete Lutz.
 
 
CAST OF CHARACTERS:
 
ANNOUNCER: Lisa Marie Ayala

VONNEGUT: Christian Ferris 

EDWARD K. WEHLING, JR: John Valadez 

DR. BENJAMIN HITZ: Jason D. Johnson 

LEORA DUNCAN: Wendy Sauer

COP: Derek E. Lutz

PAINTER: Pete Lutz 

NURSE: Darrin Ruiz

HOSPITAL ORDERLY: Dana Gonsalves

ETHICAL SUICIDE HOSTESS: Leanne King

SPECIAL FEATURES CAST:
Chip Lutz, Andy Schmillen, Ken Schmillen, Chris Hawkins, Stephanie Jordan, McKenna DeYoung, Maggie Strain, Cheyenne Gibbs
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