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Narada Radio Company Audio Drama

Graduating from "Pulp-Pourri Theatre", the Narada Radio Company will be presenting a variety of series in the coming years. We begin with "The Cellar", a planned series of one dozen episodes in the horror/suspense genre. Produced and directed by Pete Lutz.
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Now displaying: July, 2018
Jul 29, 2018

Howdy, buckaroos! Welcome back, an' here's the ninth chapter of the Jake Dimes saga, "Suspected of Murder!" After Jake is found unconscious alongside three dead payroll riders, the whole town is clamoring for justice -- but is our hero guilty of this heinous crime? Listen now an' find out!

CAST:

JAKE DIMES: Dana Gonsalves

BRIAR BUCK: Austin Beach

SHERIFF CONROY: Jeff Niles

BETTY JO: Kristy Glick

CHRIS GREENSLATE: Victoria Fancki

FRED GREENSLATE: Joe Stofko

LUPE: Debby Leal-Ramirez

HICKAM: Tommy Gragg

JOE: Mark Kalita

BRAX: Lothar Tuppan

OPENING ANNOUNCER: Glenn Higbee

ANNOUNCER: Darren Rockhold

 

"Jake Dimes, Range Detective" was written, produced and directed by Pete Lutz.

The Jake Dimes Theme was composed by Pete Lutz, and arranged/performed by Dr. Ross Bernhardt. 

 

IN OTHER NEWS: I hope you have subscribed to "The Sonic Society", and have been listening to this year's Sonic Summerstock Playhouse". Some very talented producers have been working hard to bring you a vast selection of Old-Time Radio remakes. The Narada Radio Co.'s first (of four) for this year was "Stamped for Murder", an episode of The New Adventures of Nero Wolfe; coming this Tuesday is our production of NBC Best Plays' "Arsenic and Old Lace"; and last week's selection was produced by our very own Lothar Tuppan, "A Comedy of Danger", an historical and important piece, in that it was the first-ever English-language radio drama, from the 1920s! There's lots more in store, so go to iTunes or sonicsociety dot org, and subscribe!

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