9 episodes

Born out of the necessity for a form of theatre during the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of sound design students and their teacher at University of Central Florida in the Theatre Department are exploring new ways to create in a time where live theatre is on standby. Please enjoy this educational exploration into how sound design can lend itself to storytelling and entertainment.

Knights' Ghostlight Podcast Sound Hounds of Theatre UCF

    • Fiction

Born out of the necessity for a form of theatre during the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of sound design students and their teacher at University of Central Florida in the Theatre Department are exploring new ways to create in a time where live theatre is on standby. Please enjoy this educational exploration into how sound design can lend itself to storytelling and entertainment.

    Mini Mystery 3: Death Calls at Dinner

    Mini Mystery 3: Death Calls at Dinner

    Originally aired in the 1940's, Death Calls at Dinner was part of the Five Minute Mini Mysteries series.

    Sam has died right in the middle of dinner! Was it a heart attack? Or could it be more sinister? Sergeant Barker will need to uncover every clue her can to solve the case. Tune in to find out!

    Credits:

    Producer/Story Adapter/Theme Music Composer: Lindsay Putnam

    Sound Designer/Editor/Mixer: Kaitlyn Gamory and Lukas Royer

    Roles:

    The Announcer: Dunstan Ashe

    Mary Brown: Maddy La Roche

    George Taylor: Richard Rentz

    Sgt. Barker: Drew Stark

    Mike Grady: Raymond Bromante

    • 6 min
    Mini Mystery 2: My Pal Patsy

    Mini Mystery 2: My Pal Patsy

    Originally aired in the 1940's, My Pal Patsy was part of the Five Minute Mini Mysteries series.

    Gatti's friend Pats has died in a mysterious accident! Dr. Melville and town do-it-all Lem must rush to the scene to help uncover the truth behind his death. Could it be that maybe he was murdered?! Tune in to find out!

    Credits:

    Producer/Story Adapter/Theme Music Composer: Lindsay Putnam

    Sound Designer/Editor/Mixer: Erica Fox and Alyssa Marrero

    Roles:

    The Announcer: Autumn Kreidler

    Dr. Melville: Emily Williams

    Lem: Edd Gordon

    Gatti: Kaitlyn Gamory

    • 6 min
    Mini Mystery 1: The Murder of Mrs. Brooks

    Mini Mystery 1: The Murder of Mrs. Brooks

    Originally aired in the 1940's, The Murder of Mrs. Brooks was part of the Five Minute Mini Mysteries series.

    Mrs. Brooks has been found murdered! Leaving behind only 3 initials to help the police catch her killer, who could it be? Her husband? Her friend? Tune in to find out!

    Credits:

    Producer/Story Adapter/Theme Music Composer: Lindsay Putnam

    Sound Designer/Editor/Mixer: Raymond Bromante

    Roles:

    The Announcer: Raymond Bromante

    Jim: Richard Rentz

    Alice: Maddy La Roche

    Police Officer: Lukas Royer

    • 7 min
    The Thing on the Fourble Board

    The Thing on the Fourble Board

    Originally aired on August 9, 1948, The Thing on the Fourble Board was produced by Quiet Please Radio Show and was written by Wyllis Cooper.

    Sit down with Porky, a retired oil-drill worker who wants to tell you the story of one mysterious night where he used to work. Billy the geologist and Porky found something that night on the fourble board, but what exactly was it? Oh! You will also get to meet his wife Maxine and learn how they met. Tune in to find out more about the thing on the fourble board!

    Credits:

    Producer/Story Adapter/Director/Theme Music Composer: Lindsay Putnam

    Sound Designer/Editor/Mixer: Autumn Kreidler

    Creature Sound Effects: Lukas Royer

    Assistant Music Design/Research: Kaitlyn Gamory

    Assistant Dialog Editing: Erica Fox

    Sound Effects Editing/Research: Raymond Bromante and Alyssa Marrero

    Roles:

    Porky: Giuseppe Pipicella

    Billy: Emily Williams

    Ted: Drew Stark

    Police Officer: Dunstan Ashe

    • 26 min
    The Outer Limit

    The Outer Limit

    Originally aired on April 8, 1950, The Outer Limit was produced by Dimension X Radio Show. The story was by Graham Doar and it was adapted for radio by Ernest Kinoy.

    Travel into the future and discover what lies beyond the Outer Limit! After a routine outer limit space research mission goes awry, Heather Hansen struggles with locating her pilot Steve Weston after he goes missing in outer space with only 10 minutes fuel left. Her troubles don't end there when after 10 hours of being gone, he someone makes it back... alive! How did he extend his fuel? And what is the urgent message that he has for the entire world?! Tune in to find out what lies beyond The Outer Limit!

    Credits:

    Producer/Story Adapter/Director/Theme Music Composer: Lindsay Putnam

    Sound Designer/Editor/Mixer: Autumn Kreidler

    Assistant Director/Dramaturgical Research: Kaitlyn Gamory

    Assistant Music Design/Research: Erica Fox

    Assistant Dialog Editing: Raymond Bromante and Alyssa Marrero

    Sound Effects Editing/Research: Lukas Royer

    Roles:

    The Announcer & Speaker Voice: Lindsay Putnam

    Heather Hansen: Emily Williams

    Steve Weston: Drew Stark

    Charlie Clapper & Operator 1: Dunstan Ashe

    Tech: Raymond Bromante

    Sarge: Erica Fox

    Elsie & Undersecretary Ames: Athena Jean-Etienne

    Dr. Donaldson: Lukas Royer

    Operator 2: Autumn Kreidler

    • 35 min
    The Topaz Flower

    The Topaz Flower

    Originally aired in 1947, The Topaz Flower was produced by The Crime Club. The story was by Charlotte M. Russell and it was adapted for radio by Wyllis Cooper.

    Who stole the Topaz Flower? More importantly, who killed Harrison Sloane to get to it?! What is the Topaz Flower anyway?!

    Tune in to find out the outcome of this exciting "whodunit" story!



    Credits:

    Producer/Story Adapter/Director/Theme Music Composer: Lindsay Putnam

    Sound Designer/Editor/Mixer: Autumn Kreidler

    Assistant Director/Dramaturgical Research: Raymond Bromante

    Assistant Music Design/Research: Lukas Royer

    Assistant Dialog Editing: Alyssa Marrero

    Sound Effects Editing/Research: Erica Fox and Kaitlyn Gamory

    Roles:

    The Librarian & Dorn: Lindsay Putnam

    Captain Tam Bane: Athena Jean-Etienne

    Wally Kent: Jackson Lee

    Natalie Sloane: Maddy La Roche

    Bower: Greyson Phillips

    Maria Sloane: Emily Williams

    Raymond Sloane: Giuseppe Pipicella

    Clarinda Bell: Dunstan Ashe

    Joe Bannister: Drew Stark

    Officer Jarboe: Raymond Bromante

    • 34 min

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