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Narada Radio Company Audio Drama

The Narada Radio Company, produced and directed by Pete Lutz, presents audio dramas from nearly every genre, plus a regular OTR discussion podcast called "Old-Time Radio Essentials". Enjoy horror, comedy, adventure, mystery, film/stage adaptations and more. Celebrating 10 years in 2023!
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Mar 12, 2017

A special re-release from the vaults, this one is a show I created for Mark Slade's "The Hangman's Dozen" anthology series. It's called "Four Minus One", and was originally released as a co-production of 63audio and 4077th/All Better Audio, on 2/26/16.

Set during the days when "Old Time Radio" was just "Radio", Four Minus One is about actress Marjorie Vining, longtime star of the hit radio series, "The Librarian of Coreyville". When she senses her co-star is scheming to steal her role, Marjorie seeks assistance from a local gypsy fortuneteller, who takes her down a long road of curses and revenge.

OUR CAST:

Spirit Voice: JASON D. JOHNSON

Radio Show Announcer: REX GABRIEL

Bill Baker: PETE LUTZ

Lina McNally: KATIE LOFTIN

Marjorie Vining: KRISTY GLICK

Gypsy: GERI ELLIFF

Frankie: NICK WOMMACK

Wink Winkler: ALAN CLOWER

Stationmaster: DANA GONSALVES

Addie: GRIFFIN GREENE

Studio Engineer: CHRISTIAN FERRIS

End Credits: FEDERAL STONECIPHER

“The Librarian of Coreyville” Theme composed and performed by DR. ROSS BERNHARDT

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