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    Episode 21 - 4 - The Cask Of Amontillado Live Audio Drama With Mark Redfield And Chris Pfingsten

    Episode 21 - 4 - The Cask Of Amontillado Live Audio Drama With Mark Redfield And Chris Pfingsten

    Episode 21-4 - "The Cask Of Amontillado" Audio Drama Starring Mark Redfield and Chris Pfingsten

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    Recorded before a live audience at Baltimore Theatre Project, THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO stars Mark Redfield as "Montresor" and Chris Pfingsten as "Fortunato". The play was adapted from Poe's short story and directed by Tony Tsendeas. Mike Moran created the live sound effects and Dave Crandall created the electronic ambience. Music by Jennfer Rouse and the audio engineer is Bill Dickson of Drat Productions.

    Poe's "The Cask of Amontillado" was published in November 1846, in Godey's Lady's Book.

    Cast & Crew
    "Montresor" is played by Mark Redfield
    "Fortunato" is played by Chris Pfingsten
    Announcer: Chris Pfingsten
    Adapted and Directed by Tony Tsendeas
    Sound Design is by David Crandall.
    Sound Effects: Mike Moran
    Music: Jennifer Rouse
    Album art design: Jennifer Rouse
    Recording Engineer/Technical Director is Bill Dickson of Drat Productions.

    THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO is a new adaptation, written and directed by Tony Tsendeas.

    © The Mark Redfield Company

    • 36 min
    Episode 21 - 3 - THE DRUM MAJOR For Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2021

    Episode 21 - 3 - THE DRUM MAJOR For Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2021

    Redfield Arts Audio Presents

    THE DRUM MAJOR
    A Palatine Hill production

    With Michael Mack as the voice of Martin Luther King, Jr.
    Narrated by Jim Pollack and Leslie Willson
    Music and Sound by Jennifer Rouse
    Recorded at Drat Productions. Audio Engineer, Bill Dickson
    “Canaan Land” performed by Donal Leace
    Special Thanks to Jeff Herberger
    Produced by Michael Mack and Jim Pollock
    Written and Directed by Michael Mack.

    THE DRUM MAJOR explores the last and most challenging year in the life of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Written and Directed by Michael Mack (HOUSE OF CARDS, HEAD OF STATE, STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION), THE DRUM MAJOR features narration by producer Jim Pollock, with Leslie Willson, Music and Sound Design by associate producer Jennifer Rouse, and a special performance of the song CANAAN LAND by folk music legend Donal Leace, who marched with Dr. King in the 1960s. “Mack,” who portrays the Voice of Dr. King, “is a compelling actor” raves The Washington Post.

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    • 22 min
    Episode 21 - 2 - A Poe Legacy & “The Pit and the Pendulum” Suspense Radio Drama

    Episode 21 - 2 - A Poe Legacy & “The Pit and the Pendulum” Suspense Radio Drama

    Episode 21-2: Vincent Price - A Poe Legacy & “The Pit and the Pendulum” Suspense Radio Drama

    In this podcast, listen to Mark Redfield’s audio essay of Price’s life and career, and his legacy of work performing adaptations of Poe. Included is the 1957 radio program “The Pit and the Pendulum”

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    • 48 min
    Episode 21 - 1 - An Interview With JEFF SAVOYE Of The Edgar Allan Poe Society

    Episode 21 - 1 - An Interview With JEFF SAVOYE Of The Edgar Allan Poe Society

    A Conversation with Jeffrey A. Savoye of The Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore.

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    Let’s celebrate the anniversary month of Poe’s birth eavesdropping on this phone conversation between Mark Redfield and Jeffrey A. Savoye.

    Thank you for listening to The Redfield Arts Audio podcast.
    Please subscribe to our podcasts, and never miss a show! This program copyright The Mark Redfield Company.

    A big thanks to Jeffrey A. Savoye for his time. Please visit The Poe Society of Baltimore’s website at http://www.www.eapoe.org/

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 68 -The Blue Carbuncle – A Sherlock Holmes Christmas Mystery

    Episode 68 -The Blue Carbuncle – A Sherlock Holmes Christmas Mystery

    Episode 68 - The Blue Carbuncle – A Sherlock Holmes Christmas Mystery

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    The Blue Carbuncle – A Sherlock Holmes Christmas Mystery
    Dramatized and Directed by Mark Redfield.
    Original Music and Sound Design by Jennifer Rouse.
    Sherlock Holmes – Mark Redfield
    Dr. Watson – J.R. Lyston
    Mrs. Hudson – Carol Mason

    London. The 27th of December, 1892, two days after Christmas. Dr. John Watson drops by his old digs at Baker Street to wish his former room-mate Sherlock Holmes the compliments of the season. He finds Holmes keenly contemplating a seemingly inconsequential, old, battered bowler hat. From this ordinary object, an adventure unfolds as the detective-duo unravels the strange series of events and solve the mystery of the theft of the coveted, rare jewel – the Blue Carbuncle!

    “The Blue Carbuncle – A Sherlock Holmes Christmas Mystery” is based on the story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, originally published in The Strand Magazine in January, 1892.

    THE CAST
    Sherlock Holmes- Mark Redfield.
    Dr. Watson- J.R. Lyston
    Mrs. Hudson- Carol Mason.
    Peterson, Henry Baker, Landlord, Breckinridge, and James Ryder- Mark Redfield.

    Adapted from the 1892 short story “The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, appearing in the series “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes”, as published in The Strand Magazine.
    This recording, audio script, performances and music copyright © The Mark Redfield Company. All Rights Reserved.

    Holmes and Watson will return in the Redfield Arts Audio production “The Crimes of Sherlock Holmes”.

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    • 43 min
    Episode 67 - Season 13 "A Seattle Christmas Carol" Act 2

    Episode 67 - Season 13 "A Seattle Christmas Carol" Act 2

    Redfield Arts Audio Presents
    “Season 13 – A Seattle Christmas Carol” Act Two

    Starring Rik Deskin as Nick Papadakis, Mark Redfield as Jack Fairbanks, Brinke Stevens as Victoria Fairbanks, and Andi Shrem as Jane Bigelow.

    Written and Directed by Mark Redfield.

    “Compulsion” Written and Performed by Mike Lane.

    Music and Sound Design by Jennifer Rouse.

    A spirited comedy about a very haunted theater!

    The Story:
    Theatrical Stage Manager Nick Papadakis (Rik Deskin) - call him “Pop”, everybody does - takes a new job at the infamously haunted Majestic Theatre in Seattle one week before they open their annual holiday cash-cow ‘A Seattle Christmas Carol’.

    Legend has it that The Majestic is haunted by dead film and stage star Jack Fairbanks (Mark Redfield), his beautiful wife, Victoria (Brinke Stevens) and company (Joshua Kennedy and Brian Chetelat).

    It’s the theater’s 13th season, and Nick walks into a maelstrom of chaos - -
    IS all-business Managing Director Jerry Jerome (Matthew Bowerman) and flamboyant Artistic Director Stan Flanagan (B. Thomas Rinaldi) actively sabotaging the show?
    WILL Nick and Co-Stage Manager Jane Bigelow (Andi Shrem) fall in love and get the show open?
    WHICH living actors will get pink eye or go to jail- - uncured ham Chip Bateman (Steve Treacy), sarcastic Rosemary-Margaret (Stephanie Graham) or mumble-mouthed Herb (Mike Moran)?
    And what SECRETS does the cranky receptionist Miss Aggie (Lois Bailey DeVeas) keep?

    THE CAST
    Rik DESKIN as Nick Papadakis
    Mark REDFIELD as Jack Fairbanks
    Brinke STEVENS as Victoria Fairbanks
    Andi SHREM as Jane Bigelow
    Mary Anne Perry as DJ Donna
    Matthew Bowerman as Jerry Jerome
    B. Thomas Rinaldi as Stan Flanagan
    Lois Bailey DeVeas as Miss Aggie
    Naomi Glick as Amanda Reese
    Steve Treacey as Chip Bateman
    Mike Moran as Herb Goldschmidt
    Stephanie Graham as Rosemary-Margaret Stubb
    Joshua Kennedy as Roland
    Jennifer Rouse as Nick’s Mom, Myrna, Elska, and DJ Janet
    Olivia McMahon as Sally
    Kim Deskin as Bea
    And Brian Chetelat as Otto Blump

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    © The Mark Redfield Company.

    • 55 min

Customer Reviews

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5 Ratings

5 Ratings

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Nice Collection, terrible commentary

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Top Notch!

Professionally done through & through, this podcast feeds all the "Old Time" radio addictions in all the right ways!

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