The Elysium Project
By Natalie Van Sistine
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The Elysium Project follows those who are pulled into the world of a powerful formula that allows its subjects to manipulate the world around them based on thought and desire.
||Episode 6 – Shatter||The Elysium Project Episode 6: Shatter Written and produced by Natalie Van Sistine Kate’s attempt to create her own version of the formula takes a dramatic turn, as the rest of the escaped subjects begin to consider the road ahead.||11/13/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Mini-Episode 6 – [Meyer, Evan] Entry 14||From the personal audio logs of Dr. Evan Meyer, “Elysium Project” Phase 2. Written and produced by Natalie Van Sistine Zach Holzman as Evan Meyer Michelle Deco as Julia Reese||6/29/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Mini-Episode 5 – [ Meeting ] Grayson, Meyer – 001||From audio logs category “Meeting”, “Elysium Project” Phase 2. Written and produced by Natalie Van Sistine Russ Gold as James Zach Holzman as Evan Meyer||5/3/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Mini-Episode 4 – [ Subject 3 ] Week 1||From Subject #3 audio logs, “Elysium Project” Phase 2. Written and produced by Natalie Van Sistine Natalie Van Sistine as Kate||12/29/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode 5 – Crisis||The Elysium Project Episode 5: Drift Written and produced by Natalie Van Sistine Nick is swept up into the chaos of the UN peace talks, while Catherine is preparing for the worst. Ian and Emma are not far away,||10/28/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Mini-Episode 3 – [ Meyer, Evan ] Selections from Entries 2-6||From the personal audio logs of Dr. Evan Meyer, “Elysium Project” Phase 2. Written and produced by Natalie Van Sistine Zach Holzman as Evan Meyer||9/23/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Mini-Episode 2 – [ Reese, Julia ] Notes on Final Interviews||Notes on Final Interviews with Subjects, “Elysium Project” Phase 2. Written and produced by Natalie Van Sistine Michelle Deco as Julia Reese||8/24/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Mini-Episode 1 – [ Meyer, Evan ] Entry 1||From the personal audio logs of Dr. Evan Meyer, “Elysium Project” Phase 2. Written and produced by Natalie Van Sistine Zach Holzman as Evan Meyer||7/6/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode 4 – Drift||The Elysium Project Episode 4: Drift Written and produced by Natalie Van Sistine Emma realizes that her father is unwilling to tell her the truth, even at the cost of her safety, while Nick tries to find out how to help her. Meanwhile,||1/25/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode 3 – Family||The Elysium Project Episode 3: Family Written and produced by Natalie Van Sistine Emma struggles to find normalcy after the attack, but realizes that her situation may be more dangerous than it originally seemed.||6/27/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode 2 – Aftermath||The Elysium Project Episode 2: Aftermath Written and produced by Natalie Van Sistine The escaped test subjects find themselves in hiding and uncertain of where to turn next, while Bastios waits to make his next move. Emma and Nick are safe,||3/2/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Episode 1 – Escape||The Elysium Project Episode 1: Escape Written and produced by Natalie Van Sistine James Greyson attempts to leave the Elysium Project behind, but finds that leaving is more complicated than he anticipated. Meanwhile,||1/2/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
A Fantastic Addition to Audio Drama
Natalie Van Sistine has created a very solid story that features a talented cast and is well produced. It deserves a listen from any who enjoy great audio entertainment. There is a lot of fine young talent here, and I'm excited to see where this goes!
Compelling & extremely well-executed.
The plot is fantastic, intricate, and driving. The characters are interesting & clearly quite fleshed out (although some of the voices do blend together). The audio engineering is the best I have ever heard from a podcast produced by an individual rather than a conglomerate and I am beyond blown away by the quality. I can't wait for more episodes!
I simply love this audio-play so far. It has all the crispness of a movie and all the inner workings of a audio-play. It very well voice acted and the sound design is so believable I could imagine where they were in each scene. Story is really intriguing. I had put off listening till there was more, but I couldn’t resist and now am begging for more. It’s defiantly worth a listen.