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.
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
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!
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: 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,
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
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.
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
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
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.
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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 KingSPECIAL FEATURES CAST:
Orig. rel. 10/26/15, "Defense Mech", adapted from a short story by Ray Bradbury, was Episode 10, the Season 2 finale of "Pulp-Pourri Theatre". Adapted, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz, and starring the Narada Radio Company. Music in this production was sourced from the public domain, except where indicated. All materials such as sound effects and incidental music in this production were sourced from the public domain. Includes commercials for such fictitious products and services as the Central Tool Rental Center, Crazy Crambone's Discount Warehouse, and the Turnbuckle Television Cartel; also includes a new Philboyd Studge interview with another person with a very strange, yet real, occupation; all written and produced by Pete Lutz.
ANNOUNCER: Lisa Ayala
HERB HALLOWAY: Austin Hanna
CAPTAIN: Andy Moore
PSYCHIATRIST: Rich Wentworth (of "The Hadron Gospel
GUS BARTZ: Bill Hollweg (of "Brokensea Audio")
BERMAN: Merilee Robinson
CREW MEMBER 1: Griffin Taylor Greene
CREW MEMBER 2: Lisa Espinoza
SPECIAL FEATURES CAST:
Melody Gaines, Pete Lutz, Derek Rhein, Kristy Glick, John Washington, Ross Bernhardt. Music for "The Brotha from M.U.T.H.A." sketch specially composed and performed by Ross Bernhardt.
An all-new production from 63audio, “Tiger Cat” is a strange tale of revenge and murder. Adapted from a pulp-fiction story by David H. Keller, first published in a 1937 issue of "Weird Tales" magazine. Adapted, produced and directed by Pete Lutz.
Cast: Lisa Ayala, Austin Hanna, Derek Rhein, Jackie Ayers, Pete Lutz, Tamara Merson Wren, Dana Gonsalves, Nick Wommack, Jason D. Johnson, Alan Clower
Includes original comedy sketches, written and produced by Pete Lutz:
A Bunch of Texas Lawyer Guys (fict. commercial)
Cast: Pete Lutz, Drew Profit, Jeremy Hennessy, Joseph Ruiz
Doctor Mister Science Wizard (fict. TV show)
Cast: Pete Lutz, Darrin Ruiz, Eliot Ruiz
The Brutha From M.U.T.H.A. #2 (fict. TV promo)
Cast: Pete Lutz, Jason D. Johnson, Alex Moore, Kristy Glick, John Washington
Emergency Apothecary #3 (fict. TV promo)
Cast: Pete Lutz, Andres Elizondo II, Micah Blain
Originally released 02/03/16, “The Time-Cutter” is an original story by our producer-director, Pete Lutz. Originally written and produced as a live “radio” drama on the stage at Harbor Playhouse in 2001, Pete revised the script for Pulp-Pourri Theatre in 2014. This production is sponsored by Ō-Sha-Lene Motor Fuel and stars the Narada Radio Company.
John Dark lives in the year 2050 but believes he somehow got unstuck in time and originally comes from another era, one in the past. He makes a living in Celestial City as a time-traveling private detective, calling himself “The Time-Cutter”. This episode of Pulp-Pourri Theatre outlines John Dark’s latest case, which could, on a very personal level, be called his strangest. Listen and enjoy!
Originally released 10/30/15, this is the Season Three Premiere of Pulp-Pourri Theatre! "The Trunk" is an original play by Pete Lutz, the series creator/director/producer, which was named the First Prize winner of the 2015 Marion Thauer Brown Audio Drama Scriptwriting Award. It is a story of the supernatural that centers around, of course, a trunk. Music by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech dot com. Starring the Narada Radio Company. Special features between-the-acts also written by Pete Lutz.
“The D.N.A. Pit” is an original story by our producer-director, Pete Lutz. Originally written and produced as a live “radio” drama on the stage at Harbor Playhouse in 2001, Pete revised the script for Pulp-Pourri Theatre in 2014. This production is sponsored by Dromedary Cigarettes and stars the Narada Radio Company. SPECIAL NOTE: This production goes hand-in-hand with S3E4, "The Time-Cutter", available at https://archive.org/details/PPTS3E4TimeCutter or here on Libsyn and iTunes.
Dr. Philip Schaefer is a geneticist in Celestial City who has invented what's being called an Earth-shattering device: The D.N.A. Pit, which is capable of altering any living creature's DNA. Dr. Schaefer wants to use his device for the good of mankind, but forces beyond his control may try to subvert his miraculous device to their own twisted ends! Listen and enjoy!
CAST OF CHARACTERS (In order of appearance):
VENESSA SANTOS: Aileen Corpos
DR. PHILIP SCHAEFER: Dana Gonsalves*
DR. DARREN McCORMICK: Austin Hanna
COMPUTER VOICE: Angela Elgueda Young*
STERLING STEELE: Mark Hacala
HOMELESS MAN/HENCHMAN: Juan Perez
"The Noose" is an original play by guest playwright Alan Stolzer, produced and directed by Pete Lutz and starring The Narada Radio Company. Set in the Deep South of the United States, this is a story of vengeance and the struggle to maintain family loyalties in this fast-paced modern era. An old woman who witnessed a brutal act as a young girl attempts to make her jet-setting granddaughter understand her need to even the score before she passes on. Listen and enjoy!