Jabberwocky Audio Theater (aka JAT) is a group of storytellers writing, recording, and podcasting out of Deepest Springfield. Inspired by the classic shows of Radio’s Golden Age, JAT aims to create well-crafted tales to entertain and engross modern audiences.
Learn more about us at www.jabberaudio.com.
We hope you join us on the journey.
JAT Jot # 9
A new year and a new update for what's up in Deepest Springfield for January 2021.
Don't forget to follow us on Twitter @JabberAudio.
And check out the bio and character portrait of Dr. Shen Enling at: https://www.jabberaudio.com/2021/01/10/imperium-encyclopedia-in-depth-shen-enling/
JAT Jot # 8
An update for December 2020. We briefly update what we've been up to including new entries in the Encyclopedia of the Imperium on jabberaudio.com.
If you want the specific link to Aidan Vosky's expanded encyclopedia entry, it's at: https://www.jabberaudio.com/2020/12/09/imperium-encyclopedia-in-depth-aidan-vosky/
JAT Jot # 7
An update for November 2020. We talk about some of the added entries to Rogue Tyger's Encyclopedia of the Imperium and other goodies you can check out on our website, jabberaudio.com.
If you want the specific link to Reg Macorum's expanded encyclopedia entry, it's at: https://www.jabberaudio.com/2020/11/16/imperium-encyclopedia-in-depth-reg-macorum/
Through a Glass, Darkly - Ep 6
“The Raven” by Edgar Allen Poe (originally published 1845)
“The Masque of the Red Death” by Edgar Allen Poe (originally published 1842)
Both performed by William R. Coughlan
Rated AD-PG, parental guidance suggested. “The Raven” is essentially typical Poe existential dread which, unless you’ve recently seen Hitchcock’s “The Birds” should be fine. “The Masque of the Red Death,” however, may be upsetting to people hit hard by the global pandemic due to its depiction of the ti
JAT Jot # 6
An update for October 2020. We have an update on our Fall schedule and what's in the works for 2021 and beyond.
Through the Looking Glass - Ep 16: Prince Prigio, part 6 of 6
Enjoy the sixth and final part of "Prince Prigio" our special multi-part, multi-voice fairy tale (that comments on fairy tales) for "Through the Looking Glass," performed by Bjorn Munson and the JAT Players.
Rated AD-G for general audiences. Contains harumphs, tears, laugher, and fairy-tale style (vs. Lovecraft style) reanimation, which makes the death of a pet more palatable.
Customer ReviewsSee All
This is an amazing audio theater group! Everything they broadcast is great. Their mystery series Quorum was 10/10 but I think I like Rogue Tyger a even better than that. This medium of entertainment really deserves to be revived as Jabberwocky is trying to do. They appear to be doing it on a shoestring budget which just speaks to the creative spirit and energy they bring to the table. Too much entertainment these days is just canned and repetitive, selling to the lowest common denominator. Jabberwocky has made some seriously amazing stuff and I can’t wait for them to release more!!!
Great attention to detail
I listened to Rogue Tyger and Quorum and I am now a diehard fan. Rogue Tyger is exactly the kind of space adventure throwback I love while Quorum, surprised me by being a stealth neo-noir with an uncommonly down to earth plot, sprinkled with loads of real world details. I googled the factoid about the sewers because I had a hunch that the show was pulling from a real world setting and I was right. The action is great, the characters are competent and trade witty banter, and the villains give them a good run for their money. Excellent work!
Proud to be a part of this cast
I have had such a fun time with this group as part of the Quorum cast. As an avid drama and radio drama follower, listening to the series on my drives is by far the prefered entertainment. Thanks guys!