17 episodes

The actors of Foley Marra Studios re-voice the classic 1940's radio plays.

Quiet Please (2020‪)‬ Foley Marra Studios

    • Fiction
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

The actors of Foley Marra Studios re-voice the classic 1940's radio plays.

    The Ticket Taker

    The Ticket Taker

    Fate has a way of showing up no matter how careful you are. Beware the Ticket Taker.

    Written by: Wyllis Cooper
    Directed & Produced by: Chuck & Megan Marra
    Executive Producer & Sound Design: Todd Gajdusek
    Co-Executive Producer & Sound Editing: Cat Hammons
    Produced by: Foley Marra Studios (thefoleymarrastudios.com)

    Featuring
    Chuck Marra - Ernie
    Anton Prather - The Ticket Taker
    Margaux Mireault - Ruby
    Todd Gajdusek - Jock
    Voice - KC White
    Policeman - William Attaway

    Quiet Please Theme & Other Music licensed through Soundstripe
    "Kingdoms"
    Written By: Stephen Keech
    Performed By: Third Age

    Underscoring licensed through Ghosthack
    Sound Effects licensed through Adobe & Soundstripe
    Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/fmstudios)

    • 29 min
    Twelve to Five

    Twelve to Five

    Strange things can happen on the overnight shift at a radio station.

    Written by: Wyllis Cooper
    Directed & Produced by: Chuck & Megan Marra
    Executive Producer & Sound Design: Todd Gajdusek
    Co-Executive Producer & Sound Editing: Cat Hammons
    Produced by: Foley Marra Studios (thefoleymarrastudios.com)

    Featuring
    Susan Damante - Connie
    Todd Gajdusek - Herbie
    Cat Hammons - Cronkite
    Margaux Mireault - Lucy
    Anton Prather - Milton
    Chuck Marra - Bob

    Quiet Please Theme & Other Music licensed through Soundstripe
    "Kingdoms"
    Written By: Stephen Keech
    Performed By: Third Age

    "Firestone"
    Written & Performed by: Pete Stewart

    "Keep it Hidden"
    Written by: Aaron Sprinke , Adrian Dominic Walther
    Performed by: Snow Bones

    "Every Word"
    Written by: Brendan St. Gelais
    Performed by: Timber Choir

    "Maybe in the Next Life"
    Written & Performed by: Ian Kelosky

    "Back To Milos"
    Written by: Adrian Dominic Walther
    Performed by: Moments

    Underscoring licensed through Ghosthack
    Sound Effects licensed through Adobe & Soundstripe
    Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/fmstudios)

    • 27 min
    Inquest

    Inquest

    A story about a woman and a murder

    Written by: Wyllis Cooper
    Directed & Produced by: Chuck & Megan Marra
    Executive Producer & Sound Design: Todd Gajdusek
    Co-Executive Producer & Sound Editing: Cat Hammons
    Produced by: Foley Marra Studios (thefoleymarrastudios.com)

    Featuring
    Margaux Mireault - Ross
    Cat Hammons - Coroner
    Chuck Marra - Duncan
    Susan Damonte - Eileen
    Anton Prather - Arthur

    Quiet Please Theme & Other Music licensed through Soundstripe
    "Kingdoms"
    Written By: Stephen Keech
    Performed By: Third Age

    " A Simple Gesture"
    Written by: Matthew Wigton
    Performed by: Shimmer

    "Darkness Approaches"
    Written by: Louis Howes
    Performed by: Louis Lion

    "Witches Brew"
    Written by: Marshall Usinger
    Performed by: Be Still the Earth

    Underscoring licensed through Ghosthack
    Sound Effects licensed through Adobe & Soundstripe
    Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/fmstudios)

    • 27 min
    Three

    Three

    Wyllis Cooper always wanted to write a story with a number instead of a title.  One week before the broadcast aired, even though he had not yet written the script for "3," he thought it might be interesting.
     
    Written by: Wyllis Cooper
    Directed & Produced by: Chuck & Megan Marra
    Executive Producer & Sound Design: Todd Gajdusek
    Co-Executive Producer & Sound Editing: Cat Hammons
    Produced by: Foley Marra Studios (thefoleymarrastudios.com)

    Featuring
    William Attaway - Sebastian
    Susan Damante
    Todd Gajdusek
    Cat Hammons
    Margaux Mireault
    Anton Prather

    Quiet Please Theme licensed through Soundstripe
    "Kingdoms"
    Written By: Stephen Keech
    Performed By: Third Age

    Underscoring licensed through Ghosthack
    Sound Effects licensed through Adobe & Soundstripe
    Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/fmstudios)

    • 22 min
    Mirror Mirror on the Wall

    Mirror Mirror on the Wall

    We have the story of a murderer by proxy, and the fate that overtakes him.

    Written by: Wyllis Cooper
    Directed & Produced by: Chuck & Megan Marra
    Executive Producer & Sound Design: Todd Gajdusek
    Co-Executive Producer & Sound Editing: Cat Hammons
    Produced by: Foley Marra Studios (thefoleymarrastudios.com)

    Featuring
    Todd Gajdusek - Oliver/Reflection
    Margaux Mireault - Caroline
    Chuck Marra - Everwein
    Voice - KC White

    Quiet Please Theme licensed through Soundstripe
    "Kingdoms"
    Written By: Stephen Keech
    Performed By: Third Age

    Underscoring licensed through Ghosthack
    Sound Effects licensed through Adobe & Soundstripe
    Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/fmstudios)

    • 30 min
    Three Sides to a Story

    Three Sides to a Story

    They say that there are two sides to every story.  This week goes the saying one better.

    Written by: Wyllis Cooper
    Directed & Produced by: Chuck & Megan Marra
    Executive Producer & Sound Design: Todd Gajdusek
    Co-Executive Producer & Sound Editing: Cat Hammons
    Produced by: Foley Marra Studios (thefoleymarrastudios.com)

    Featuring
    Anton Prather - Clyde
    Susan Damante - Frances
    William Attaway - Victor

    Quiet Please Theme licensed through Soundstripe
    "Kingdoms"
    Written By: Stephen Keech
    Performed By: Third Age

    Underscoring licensed through Ghosthack
    Sound Effects licensed through Adobe & Soundstripe
    Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/fmstudios)

    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

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6 Ratings

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The cast uses the original QP scripts to create mesmerizing shows. I’m a fan.

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