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DR. JEKYLL & MR. HYDE (2002) Music Suite by Nalin Taneja From the Motion Picture Soundtrack
DR. JEKYLL & MR. HYDE (2002) Music Suite by Nalin Taneja
From the Motion Picture Soundtrack
A Film by Mark Redfield
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ABOUT THE FILM:
Based on the novella by Robert Louis Stevenson
Adapted by Mark Redfield and Stuart Voytilla
Directed by Mark Redfield
Dr. Henry Jekyll experiments with scientific means of revealing the hidden, dark side of man and releases a murderer from within himself.
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Exclusive! An Interview With Pluto, Poe's Grumpy Black Cat (Ep 23-17)
Exclusive! An Interview with Pluto, Poe’s Grumpy Black Cat
Edgar Allan Poe’s famous tale of perverse terror “The Black Cat” was published in 1843. Redfield Arts Audio presents an exclusive audio interview with the cat who inspired it!
Mark Redfield is an actor, voice actor, writer, director, filmmaker and artist.
Redfield Arts Audio produces audio books and original audio dramas. Titles available on Audible worldwide, and other platforms, include “Frankenstein Mobster” with Daniel Roebuck and Debbie Rochon, “Nevermore: An Evening with Edgar Allan Poe” starring Jeffrey Combs, “Sinbad and the Pirate Princess” starring Caroline Munro and Martine Beswicke, and many others. The Redfield Arts Audio Podcast can be heard weekly on all podcast platforms.
Film and TV work include “Fall of the House of Usher” (Netflix 2023), “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” (2002), Larry Blamire’s “Dark and Stormy Night”, and many other indie films and television programs. In theatre, Redfield has acted in or directed over 200 plays professionally. He studied at Towson University, and UNESCO’s Theatre of Nations.
Redfield has been a voice actor for many years, narrating audio books, voicing commercials, video games, and narrating documentaries.
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The Making of COLD HARBOR Commentary with Director Tom Brandau and Producer Mark Redfield (Ep 23-16)
On this podcast: we present Producer-Actor Mark Redfield and Writer-Director Tom Brandau (1960-2021) discussing the making of their first indie feature film COLD HARBOR.
When an old man ends his life by throwing himself into the icy winter surf near his seaside home, his four estranged sons are left to deal with their memories, feelings of loss and betrayal, and unsettling family issues. As they pick through and pack up his belongings, they discover the missing puzzle pieces of their own lives, gradually recognizing themselves and each other in the remnants of their father's life.
Starring Mark Redfield (The Death Of Poe, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde,Dark and Stormy Night, The Fall of the House of Usher- Netflix ) COLD HARBOR is a tough, touching drama full of gritty, honest moments and dark, humorous situations. Writer-director Tom Brandau draws upon real-life events to craft this award winning film about loss and family mythology and, ultimately, about burying the dead and getting on with life.
Richard M. Lopez…Rick
with Britta Jepsen, Stanley Morstein, E. John Edmonds, Mike Lane, Kerry Wynn, Reid Hill, Lisbeth Sabol, Ernie Boston, Brooke Spottiswoode, Chuck Richards, and Dianah Gibson.
Photography by Peter Mullett
Music by Nalin Taneja
Edited by Wayne Hipley and Mike Flanagan
Production Manager Kathi Ash
"Playing It Dead" Song by Mike Lane
Produced By Mark Redfield
Written and Directed by Tom Brandau
WINNER Best Feature Film - Annapolis Reel Cinema Festival 2004
WINNER Best Feature Film - Forx Film Festival 2005
"For the viewer, the emotional recognition is only a frigid wave crash away" - Baltimore City Paper
J. R. Lyston (2 October 1932- 8 August 2023) & Mark Redfield - Two Theatre Kids Kibitzing (Ep 23-15)
This conversation with the late J. R. Lyston and me was totally unplanned. Completely impromptu. We had just recorded a Sherlock Holmes audio drama, and I suggested that we do an interview to talk about our many years of collaborating and acting together. At the time of this recording, we’d worked together for 36 years.
Well…we rambled. Went down rabbit holes. Talked over and interrupted each other… (J. R. wasn’t very good about using his hearing aids in his last years…)
And so, now, in 2023, it’s been about 40 years of working together. In plays, films, and audio drama. J. R. Lyston passed away on 8 August 2023. I’ve felt the loss heavily. I love him, and loved working with him dearly.
We present this unpublished “interview” as a tribute to J. R. and a way for me to share his own story, his journey in the theatre arts, and as a teacher. I’m not sure what folks will get from listening to the two of us babble and kibbutz, but for Baltimore theatre folk, many of the names and places should ring familiar bells.
I miss J.R. and I know I’ll miss him for the rest of what’s left in my life. When I think about future audio projects, I will still think to call him up and ask him to the studio. So many characters left to do…
I thank you all who listen to us…two theatre kids kibitzing.
- Mark Redfield
John R. Lyston
OCTOBER 2, 1932 – AUGUST 8, 2023
Photo: a publicity photo of Mark Redfield as Milo Tindle and J. R. Lyston as Andrew Wyke in the play “Sleuth” by Anthony Shaffer.
OLD TIME RADIO REVISITED - "The Fall Of The City" by Archibald MacLeish (Ep 23-14)
“The Fall of The City” by Archibald MacLeish Starring Orson Welles and Burgess Meredith
Fascism is a slippery word. It’s meaning changes and is nuanced with each incarnation. Fascist leaders copy other fascists , and use what is expedient to control the people.
We present the audio drama “the Fall of the City” by Archibald MacLeish.
Produced by the Columbia Workshop for CBS Radio and presented on April 11th, 1937.
This experimental radio play was a sensation when broadcast in the spring of 1937, and made an overnight radio star of 22 year-old Orson Welles. The New York Times selected “the Fall of the City” as one of the best radio broadcasts of 1937.
The Fall of the City
By Archibald MacLeish
Recorded at the drill hall of the Seventh Regiment Armory in New York City on April 11th, 1937.
Broadcast by CBS radio.
A production of The Columbia Workshop.
The Cast includes:
House Jameson as the studio director
Orson Welles as the Announcer
Adelaide Klein as the Voice of the Dead Woman
Carleton Young as the First Messsenger
Burgess Meredith as The Orator
With 200 extras to voice the crowds
“the City has fallen” was directed by Irving Reis with music by Bernard Herrmann.
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OLD TIME RADIO REVISITED With Martin Grams, Jr. - GANGBUSTERS - The Battle Of Alcatraz (Ep 23-13)
Redfield Arts Audio presents
Martin Grams’ Old Time Radio Revisited
Gangbusters “The Battle Of Alcatraz”
We present a classic Old Time Radio Drama monthly, with commentary by author and Old Time Radio historian Martin Grams Jr.
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ORIGINAL AIR DATE: May 11, 1946
FRANKENSTEIN MOBSTER Available now on Audible at:
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Fascism is actually far left as it’s the same thing as communism.
Nice Collection, terrible commentary
The shows were significant without your kindergarten interpretation. Stop trying to influence everyone and use someone else’s art and works. Make your own or let theirs stand as they presented it.
Professionally done through & through, this podcast feeds all the "Old Time" radio addictions in all the right ways!