Private Ear Audio Theatre (PEAT) presents live performances of classic and original works of audio drama in Brooklyn, New York. These productions are recorded so listeners may view them as intended in the Theatre of the Mind, bringing the sensibilities of the Golden Age of Radio to the modern era. PEAT champions the power of the audience’s imagination.
Ask an Alchemist, "Scuba, O.J. and Volcanoes"
Hey kids, ready to get scientific? Join Cornelius and his familiar, Janine, as they try to turn lead into gold and answer the big questions. Script by Jona Tarlin.
Ep. 6: The Smoker, "Crime Warp"
Dr. Dead's execution at the Big City Women’s Penitentiary was going off without a hitch...until she disappeared without a trace. Warden Knox blames her vanishing act on spontaneous combustion, but Virginia Dale's detective work soon uncovers Dr. Dead's true whereabouts, as well as her when-abouts. Story by Ross Wade.
Solved in Sixty Seconds, "The Case of the Empty Cage"
When Detective Dick is on the case, it's sure to be "Solved in Sixty Seconds"! Script by Ross Wade.
Ep. 5: The Smoker, "Crime and Punishment"
A book convention comes to Big City. The main attraction? A lost manuscript penned by none other than Fyodor Dostoevsky. Meanwhile, an axe-wielding lunatic haunts the city streets. But why? Only Virginia Dale can unravel the mystery behind the menace, and only The Smoker can stop it. Or can he? Story by Jona Tarlin.
Drama...After The Beep, "Abduction From Quadrant X"
When Prince Vortimer is kidnapped by Heldra the Space Witch, it's up to intergalactic mercenary Venus Darknova to answer the call. Script by Ross Wade.
Ep. 4: The Smoker, "The Deadly Dig"
Shady industrialist Felix Young has the bigwigs of Big City eating out of his hand following a mysterious dinner party, leaving only Virginia Dale to foil his wicked plot to turn her fair metropolis into a subterranean dystopia. Story by Taylor Pavlik.
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