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MEM makes, supports, and reports on the making and supporting of all forms of media.

    Ep. 24: TIME SOUP:: Documentary Debt

    Ep. 24: TIME SOUP:: Documentary Debt

    Episode 24 of Make Every Media is 24 minutes long and time-hops around March 2021, 2020, 2017, and 2016, all with the amazing MICHELLE DAHLENBURG!

    The music for this episode was crafted by the inimitable Scooter Holliday and lovingly interwoven thru the conversation vortex by Michael Ferstenfeld.

    More Music from Scooter Holiday
    soundcloud.com/ScooterSings
    @ScooterSings on social
    www.scooterholiday.com

    Catch TIME SOUP, the Live Twitch Stream June 22nd, 2021, from 2-9pm, as we give a full Media Hatchery Update and premiere Steal Every Media, Genderbots, Two Old Cats, and Teaching in the Time of Covid:
    twitch.tv/MakeEveryMedia
    www.MakeEveryMedia.com/Hatchery

    Special Thanks to
    Amber Quick
    Jenny Larson and Bobby Longoria for the clip from their SVT short:


    Salvage Vanguard Theatre
    www.salvagevanguard.com

    The Off Center
    www.rudemechs.com

    The Institution Theatre
    www.theinstitutiontheater.com

    This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department and sponsored by Austin Creative Alliance.

    • 24 min
    Jarrott Productions: The Speaker Speaks - Act III

    Jarrott Productions: The Speaker Speaks - Act III

    Sam Rayburn of Texas served as Speaker of the U.S. House longer than any person before or since his time. During World War II, Mr. Sam spoke directly to America via public radio; and in this series of episodic audio theatre acts, he will again.

    Written by Clay Nichols, The Speaker Speaks was adapted and performed by David R. Jarrott, and produced by Will Douglas.

    This audio-theatre presentation is based upon The Public Domain Theatre Company’s 1999 stage production of The Speaker Speaks: An Evening with Sam Rayburn, directed by Robi Polgar.

    Sound design, mixing and editing by Craig Brock.

    Additional support from: Natalie Garcia, Carlo Garcia and Erin Scialabba, and our friends at www.MakeEveryMedia.com

    The Speaker Speaks is available free to our patrons. We kindly ask if you are able to make a donation to continue supporting our work, that you please go to our donation platform at www.amplifyatx.org/organizations/jarrott-productions

    This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department

    • 20 min
    Jarrott Productions: The Speaker Speaks - Act II

    Jarrott Productions: The Speaker Speaks - Act II

    Sam Rayburn of Texas served as Speaker of the U.S. House longer than any person before or since his time. During World War II, Mr. Sam spoke directly to America via public radio; and in this series of episodic audio theatre acts, he will again.

    Written by Clay Nichols, The Speaker Speaks was adapted and performed by David R. Jarrott, and produced by Will Douglas.

    This audio-theatre presentation is based upon The Public Domain Theatre Company’s 1999 stage production of The Speaker Speaks: An Evening with Sam Rayburn, directed by Robi Polgar.

    Sound design, mixing and editing by Craig Brock.

    Additional support from: Natalie Garcia, Carlo Garcia and Erin Scialabba, and our friends at www.MakeEveryMedia.com

    The Speaker Speaks is available free to our patrons. We kindly ask if you are able to make a donation to continue supporting our work, that you please go to our donation platform at www.amplifyatx.org/organizations/jarrott-productions

    This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department

    • 19 min
    Jarrott Productions: The Speaker Speaks - Act I

    Jarrott Productions: The Speaker Speaks - Act I

    Sam Rayburn of Texas served as Speaker of the U.S. House longer than any person before or since his time. During World War II, Mr. Sam spoke directly to America via public radio; and in this series of episodic audio theatre acts, he will again.

    Written by Clay Nichols, The Speaker Speaks was adapted and performed by David R. Jarrott, and produced by Will Douglas.

    This audio-theatre presentation is based upon The Public Domain Theatre Company’s 1999 stage production of The Speaker Speaks: An Evening with Sam Rayburn, directed by Robi Polgar.

    Sound design, mixing and editing by Craig Brock.

    Additional support from: Natalie Garcia, Carlo Garcia and Erin Scialabba, and our friends at www.MakeEveryMedia.com

    The Speaker Speaks is available free to our patrons. We kindly ask if you are able to make a donation to continue supporting our work, that you please go to our donation platform at www.amplifyatx.org/organizations/jarrott-productions

    This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department

    • 20 min
    Ep. 23: The Virtual Stage

    Ep. 23: The Virtual Stage

    MEMisode 23, a mini-memisode with Michael Ferstenfeld and Amber Quick, catching you up with a quickness!

    Announcing the launch of our Virtual Stage series, featuring "The Speaker Speaks" from Jarrott Productions: http://jarrottproductions.com

    And also the release of Episode 2 of "Come and Take It" with Ken Webster from Hyde Park Theatre, written by Beth Webster (no relation): http://soundcloud.com/MakeEveryMedia/mem022

    And also THE INFINITE IDES OF MARCH, coming this March 15th to twitch.tv/MakeEveryMedia!

    Music in this episode from:
    Chris Owen (@forgottendiscovery on soundcloud)
    Aundre Wesley (@RudKnow on soundcloud)
    Paul Wainright (@waynechamplagne on soundcloud)

    Preview of "The Speaker Speaks" edited by Craig Brock
    Introduced by Natalie Garcia,
    Performed by David Jarrott

    This memisode made possible in part by support from the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.

    • 7 min
    Ep. 22: Come and Take It, Chapter 2

    Ep. 22: Come and Take It, Chapter 2

    Chapter 2 of a narrative podcast with historical elements from the brain of Beth Webster, and featuring the voice of Ken Webster (no relation), the Artistic Director Hyde Park Theatre in Austin, TX. What begins as a mission to repatriate a Texas flag from Mexico sends one Texan on a journey across the globe.

    Written by Beth Webster
    Voiced by Ken Webster
    Produced and Edited by Make Every Media

    With local musics from Austin,TX - @jlcudd
    And Stock Musics provided by Andian Music, James Paul Mitchell, and Cross Gate Productions / Pond5

    Listen to Episode 1:
    https://soundcloud.com/makeeverymedia/mem018

    This episode of COME AND TAKE IT is brought to you as a part of The MEM Podcast Hatchery. For more information about the hatchery program, listen to episode 14 of Make Every Media, visit www.patreon.com/MakeEveryMedia or MakeEveryMedia.com

    This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department. To find out more about how you can stay connected while staying at home check out: www.austintexas.org

    • 7 min

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