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Pulp-Pourri Theatre Audio Drama

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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Apr 1, 2018

PRESENTING...our S4 and Series Finale!

RATED R. "The Bird and the Snake" comes from a 1959 issue of Adam Magazine, a slick "girlie-mag", so not technically a pulp story, yet Clem Hanlon's tale of a Polish-American cop in Chi-town really smacks of the pulp style. It took a long time to get us to this point, but I'm proud of this episode, and feel that we're sending Pulp-Pourri Theatre out with a real bang, and not a whimper. I hope you feel the same after hearing it.

Our theme, and transitional music, for this episode was specially composed by Katharine Seaton. I hope you listened to the theme when we posted it as a teaser earlier -- I absolutely love what she did for this episode. Find more of her music here: 

https://soundcloud.com/katie-seaton-565873597

HERE'S OUR CAST:

SOPHY SIENKIEWICZ: Geri Elliff

JERCZY “SINK” SIENKIEWICZ: Pete Lutz

JANI YANKOWSKI: Nick Wommack

LENA MARKOWA: Rachel Craig of Evil Kitten Productions

POLICE LT.: Kevin Schuster

DOORMAN: Derek Lutz

HOODS: Christian Ferris, Derek Lutz

MAN: George Hatfield

WANDA MARKOWA: Ebony Rose

ALICE YANKOWSKI: Jessica Matthews

INTRO BY: RHIANNON MCAFEE of "Rex Rivetter, Private Eye" audio drama series

COMING SOON: Four special entries in the Sonic Summerstock Playhouse series -- Old-time Radio re-creations.

AND AFTER THAT: Our new horror series, "THE CELLAR"!

1 Comments
  • over two months ago
    jackie seaton
    Thank you very much. I really enjoyed this episode. A faithful recreation of the pulp style. The music was a-mazing!!