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Oct 30, 2009

The Brazilian Cat
Adapted for audio by Jim Cort from a short story by Arthur Conan Doyle.

One of the many stories Doyle wrote outside his famous Sherlock Holmes works. It's a horror-adventure story that begins with a young man with aristocratic connections, but no money hoping to live with, and possibly fend off some...

Oct 24, 2009

The Texas Radio Theatre Company adapts H.G. Wells' classic story, where we travel to the year 100,080 and a world where beauty and terror live side-by-side.  Suddenly the time machine, our only exit, is missing.  Could the docile and weak inhabitants called Eloi be something other than what they appear, or is...

Oct 17, 2009

The Texas Radio Theatre Company recreates this lost ABC radio Tales of Tomorrow episode called "Syndrome Johnny" by Charles Dye about the world ravaged by pandemic after pandemic.

This radio play was recorded at the Arlington Museum of Art on May 30th 2009 in front of a studio audience and includes the voice talents of...

Oct 10, 2009

Schlock Audio and Texas Radio Theatre have teamed up a second time to poke holes in the cheesiest efforts of cinema.  Our newest target is the cheaply made, yet admirably ambitious "Teenagers from Outer Space" (1959 - Tom Graeff)

Hosts Victor and Begore take you on an audio journey through the finer points (and holes)...

Oct 3, 2009

In 2007 Texas Radio Theatre Company joined forces with Schlock Audio Theater to produce new audio send-ups to the best worst movies of all time.

Recorded at a secretly concealed audio installation deep in the heart of Colleyville, Texas

Adapted by Charles E. Pratt Jr.
Directed and Recorded by Richard...