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By Atlanta Radio Theatre Company

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Description

Since 1984, the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company has been performing, recording, and broadcasting dramatic audio -- fully dramatized, fully sound-scaped audio drama. We like to think that what we do is classic "old-time radio", as it would sound with today's technology and dramatic techniques. From our archives, we proudly present the recordings of our live performances. Also visit us at artc.org.

Customer Reviews

Wow! Who are these guys?

They say they've been around for more than 20 years, but where have they been hiding? I just stumbled on them, and what a find! Superbly written and produced radio theater in the classic sense - all their shows are performed in front of live audiences. The material ranges from adaptations of classic science fiction and horror stories (my personal favorites) to hilarious comic book spoofs (e.g., Brotherhood of Damn Sassy Mutants). My only complaint is that you can't tell from some of the descriptions just what you are downloading until you hear it. But so far, every show I've tried has been superb. If you like radio drama, don't miss these guys!

Radio drama in the United States is still alive and well

While perhaps missing some of the improvised and unpolished aspects from the live radio shows from the 1930s and 1940s, ARTC certainly brings back those days of yore. For a real treat, try the live performance of Terry Pratchett's "Guards! Guards!" with John Rhys-Davies. For a real chill, "The Brides of Dracula" will send a tingle down your spine. But my favorite is still "To Dine With The Devil," the theme and tones of which recall the ancient terrors and wonders of the oldest of fairy tales. So if you have never experienced radio drama as it could be, switch off the TV, turn down the lights, hit play and let your imagination show you things you'll never see with your eyes.

Excellent!

I have really enjoyed the Lovecraft podcasts. Excellent work! Please, please do more horror and science fiction! Poe, Blackwood, Wells, MR James, etc. Keep up the great work!

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