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In 2189, Earth narrowly won a war against extraterrestrials. The Strange Case of Starship Iris is about what comes after. It's a story of outer space, survival, espionage, resistance, identity, friendship, found family, romance, and secrets. (Also, there’s jokes.) For more info, visit http://procyonpodcasts.com/starship-iris

The Strange Case of Starship Iris Jessica Best (Procyon Podcast Network)

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In 2189, Earth narrowly won a war against extraterrestrials. The Strange Case of Starship Iris is about what comes after. It's a story of outer space, survival, espionage, resistance, identity, friendship, found family, romance, and secrets. (Also, there’s jokes.) For more info, visit http://procyonpodcasts.com/starship-iris

    2.05.5 Interlude

    2.05.5 Interlude

    Summary: As Arkady, Krejjh, and Brian fly farther and farther away on their way to their mission on the Dwarnian home world, they and the remaining crew on the Iris 2 find ways to keep in touch.

    No content warnings on this one.

    A transcript of the episode is available at: https://www.procyonpodcastnetwork.com/post/the-strange-case-of-starship-iris-2-05-5-interlude

    
The Strange Case of Starship Iris, Episode 5.5: Interlude. Starring:

    
Rukhmani Desai as Sana Tripathi

    
Brittony LeFever as Krejjh

    
Jamie Price as Brian Jeeter

    
Cindy Chu as Violet Liu

    
Ishani Kanetkar as Arkady Patel

    
Jackie Andrews as RJ McCabe

    
Ella Whomersley as ELLA

    
Sound design, mixing, and editing by Hannah Cross and Erin Baumann

    DIrected by Rachel Kellum

    Written by Jessica Best


    Ending credits music is “Rocket Science” by David Devereux of Tin Can Audio.

    2.05.25 Cultural Enrichment

    2.05.25 Cultural Enrichment

    Checking in with a few old friends, and everyone’s favorite space alien soap opera

    A transcript of the episode is available at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VunliTm08U7WEpppVrFzdhf-bwUY1ho6zp0fKpN0IcM/edit?usp=sharing

    Content warnings: drug mention, food mention, mild allusions to sex

    CREDITS

    Davell Toles as Hreshfal

    Lee LeBreton as Chiss’Vatham

    Brittony LeFever as Krejjh

    Jamie Price as Brian Jeeter

    Jackie Andrews as RJ McCabe

    Chris Choi as Jin Seon Park

    Sound design, mixing, and editing by Hannah Cross and Erin Baumann

    Written by Jessica Best

    Directed by Rachel Kellum

    "Hreshfal and Chiss'Vatham's Theme" composed by Jamie Price with instrument sounds designed by Sneha Deo.

    2.05 The Museum Heist

    2.05 The Museum Heist

    To get a lead in solving the mystery, it’s time for a good old-fashioned caper.

    An episode transcript is available here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Id02I90zdKG8800ZGauq7eYByWADmpMaMzaT80bPLLM/edit?usp=sharing

    Content warnings
    * swearing
    * brief instance of toxic masculinity (from an unnamed character)
    * discussion of fraught family dynamics

    Starring

    Cody as Dwarnian Crew Member

    Davell Toles as Hreshfal

    Lee LeBreton as Shrefgel (Secretly Chiss’Vatham)

    Brittony LeFever as Krejjh

    Jamie Price as Brian Jeeter

    Chris Choi as Jin Seon Park

    Jackie Andrews as RJ McCabe

    Ishani Kanetkar as Arkady Patel

    Rukhmani Desai as Sana Tripathi

    Cindy Chu as Violet Liu

    Julia Morizawa as Piper Tanaka

    Lucille Valentine as Kestrel Colvin

    Jesse Michael Hann as Museum-Goer

    Alex Montgomery as Officer Clemens

    Jo Chiang as Other Violet

    Sound design, mixing, and editing by Hannah Cross and Erin Baumann

    Written by Jessica Best

    Directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner

    Opening credits music is “Fear for the Storm,” written by Jessica Best and S.E. Winters and performed by Chiron Star with Erin Bauman on vocals. Ending credits music is “Rocket Science” by David Devereux of Tin Can Audio.

    This episode of Sh’th Hremreh was written by Ella Moira Seet and directed by Rachel Kellum.

    2.04 Ties

    2.04 Ties

    Tensions come to a head one rainy night in San Ramos.

    A transcript of the episode is available at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nEHaceMS26voxVC6Q2Ts62TcqPGAcCFkztQ4muzFBXo/edit?usp=sharing

    Content warnings: https://iriscasefiles.tumblr.com/post/643124044479283200/content-advisories-for-204-ties

    Starring
    Julia Morizawa as Piper Tanaka

    Lucille Valentine as Kestrel Colvin

    Jeremy Smith-Sebasto as Officer Martin

    Jade Rose as Officer Emerson

    Rae Tay as Juniper Liu

    Sabrina Sonner as Officer Perry

    Ricky Harris as Campbell

    Jackie Andrews as RJ McCabe

    Chris Choi as Jin Seon Park

    Rukhmani Desai as Captain Sana Tripathi

    Brittony LeFever as Krejjh

    Jamie Price as Brian Jeeter

    Ishani Kanetkar as Arkady Patel

    Cindy Chu as Violet Liu

    
Written by Jessica Best

    Directed by Rachel Kellum

    Sound design, mixing, and editing by Hannah Cross and Erin Baumann

    Opening credits music is “Fear for the Storm” written by Jessica Best and S.E. Winters and performed by Chiron Star with Erin Bauman on vocals. Ending credits music is “Rocket Science” by David Devereux of Tin Can Audio.

    2.03 Deep Breath

    2.03 Deep Breath

    A sickness, a gamble, an emergency landing.

    A transcript of the episode is available at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZOcwTWLYu4fahciEqlrqurzq8mT_I1AQaxQNz60uGos/edit?usp=sharing

    Content warnings:
    Portrayal of a respiratory condition
    Discussion of drinking
    Swearing


    Credits
    Brittony LeFever as Krejjh

    Cindy Chu as Violet

    Ishani Kanetkar as Arkady Patel

    Rukhmani Desai as Sana Tripathi

    Jamie Price as Brian Jeeter

    Chris Choi as Jin Seon Park

    Jackie Andrews as RJ McCabe

    Ella as E.L.L.A.

    Julia Morizawa as Piper Tanaka

    Ricky Harris as Ignatius Campbell

    Sabrina Sonner as Officer Perry

    Angelique Lazarus as Dr. Robinson

    Jo Chiang as Other Violet

    Sound design, mixing, and editing by Hannah Cross and Erin Baumann

    Written by Jessica Best, with contributing writer Emily Jade Lomax.

    Directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner

    Opening credits music is Fear for the Storm, performed by Chiron Star and Erin Baumann. Ending credits music is “Rocket Science” by David Devereux of Tin Can Audio.

    The featured track in this episode is courtesy of Hi I’m Case. For more, visit soundcloud.com/hiimcase

    2.02 The Hard Sell

    2.02 The Hard Sell

    Some smugglers walk into a bar…

    This episode was sponsored by Kitty Poo Club. For 20% off your first order, set up auto-ship at kittypooclub.com, offer code IRIS.

    A transcript of the episode is here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/13FFENPRwsEWTVvfrp1t8OzyKY8QSUQP8xryssi1Mr8E/edit?usp=sharing

    Content advisories:
    Swearing
    Portrayal of the inside of a bar
    Discussion of violence
    Interpersonal conflict
    Portrayal of a respiratory condition (coughing)

    STARRING
    Nate Dufort as Max Gavins

    Ricky Harris as Ignatius Campbell

    Jeremy Jay Smith Sebasto as Officer Martin

    Chris Choi as Jin-Seon Park

    Jackie Andrews as RJ McCabe

    Rukhmani Desai as Sana Tripathi

    Brittony LeFever as Krejjh

    Jamie Price as Brian Jeeter

    Ishani Kanetkar as Arkady Patel

    Cindy Chu as Violet Liu

    Directed by Rachel Kellum

    Sound design, mixing, and editing by Hannah Cross and Erin Baumann

    Written by Jessica Best

    Opening credits music is Fear for the Storm, written by Jessica Best and S.E. Winters, and performed by Chiron Star, with Erin Baumann on vocals. Ending credits music is “Rocket Science” by David Devereux of Tin Can Audio.

    This episode features music by Chiron Star. For more, visit https://chironstar.bandcamp.com

Kundenrezensionen

4.9 von 5
22 Bewertungen

22 Bewertungen

littleconnections ,

What a delightful story!!

Definitely listen if you like sci-fi podcasts

woywod ,

Recommendable only a minor flaw

The format is well made and the overall dramaturgy is good and I would recommend it.
I would like to point out one minor flaw: the dialogue feels awkward and stiff sometimes, as if written for a teen drama. It is most apparent in the protagonist‘s parts, where the voice actor‘s performance seems to suffer under this. I‘m not sure if it‘s because her character lacks depth or the writer is too focused on the progression of the story. However, the story itself is captivating and does not fail to surprise with original ideas.

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