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Redfield Arts Audio presentsPoeForevermore Radio TheaterThe Haunting of the Poe House Part One Baltimore, October, 1938.The City is planning to demolish a tiny row house on the west side. But The Poe Society has found historic evidence the American author Edgar Allan Poe once lived there, and they want the house to be preserved. John Sullivan is ta…
 
An interview with Gordon B. Shriver, author of “Boris Karloff, The Man Remembered”. Redfield chats with Shriver, two “Monster Kids”, about the life and work of beloved actor Boris Karloff, and Shriver’s life-long fandom and research into Karloff’s life. The interview was conducted by phone in April, 2022. The book, “Boris Karloff, The Man Remembere…
 
William Shakespeare Selections Performed By Mark Redfield (Ep 22-5)- One MUST include Shakespeare- The Drunken Porter From ”Macbeth” (1606)- William Shakespeare’s Villains- Richard III Tells Us His (Twisted) Mind. Richard III (1593)- The Caliban Scene from "The Tempest"Recorded by Bill DicksonSound Design by Bill DicksonAdditional Music and sound d…
 
On this podcast, Krista asks Mark about his work producing audio books and audio drama. Also, about the novels “Cult of the Nosferatu” (co-authored with Stuart Voytilla), and “The Chaney Murder Case”. We thank Krista for permission to share this interview with you on our podcast. The interview was recorded in late November, 2021. For more great aud…
 
An Interview With Actor Anthony Skordi His play “An Evening with Onassis”The Paramount series “The Offer”His work in theatre, film and TelevisionHost Mark Redfield chats with Anthony about his one person play “An Evening with Onassis”. A tour-de-force performance where Skordi brings Aristotle Onassis to life on stage. The actors also discuss Skordi…
 
Redfield Arts Audio Presents:A Sneak Preview!Meet Detective Terri ToddThe First 6 Minutes of “Frankenstein Mobster”! Meet Detective Terri Todd, voiced by Debbie Rochon. Also in this excerpt from our audio drama adaptation of Mark Wheatley’s acclaimed graphic novel FRANKENSTEIN MOBSTER is Mike Gold as Captain Burns, and Nathanyael Grey as Detective …
 
An audio essay set to music that looks at Edgar Allan Poe, his life, his loves, and his losses.What is love? What are all the colors and shadings of love? Also featured in this piece are the voices of Caroline Munro, Jennifer Rouse, and Mary Anne Perry. Written and narrated by Mark Redfield.Original music by Jennifer Rouse.Thanks for subscribing to…
 
Poe's THE RAVEN And How He Got That WayE.A. Poe's famous poem THE RAVEN was first published with the poet's name credited on 29 January, 1845. Join Mark Redfield as he explores the pop culture popularity of this narrative of the heart-broken student and the broken-record bird who for over 150 years croaked "Nevermore" to thrilled readers and listen…
 
The Gift Of The Magi By O. Henry - Narrated By Mark Redfield and Mackenzie MenterThe classic Christmas tale of love and giving from the heart.The Gift of the MagiMark Redfield and Mackenzie Menter tell the holiday tale of Jim and Della, a young New York couple just barely getting by. It’s Christmastime, and they want to give each other gifts that t…
 
Daniel Roebuck stars as the voice of "Frankie" in our audio drama adaptation of Mark Wheatley’s acclaimed graphic novel FRANKENSTEIN MOBSTER.After a recording session at The Invisible Studios in Los Angeles, we found we had a little time left and started chatting about working together, filmmaker Larry Blamire, our careers in film, audio drama, and…
 
O. Henry's "Two Thanksgiving Day Gentlemen" As Told By Mark Redfield (Ep 21-39)''Two Thanksgiving Day Gentlemen'' is a story about Thanksgiving traditions, and it has the plot twist, or surprise, at the end that O. Henry is known for. The story follows Stuffy Pete, a poor man in New York City, through his Thanksgiving Day.DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!…
 
MICKEY MOUSE THEATRE ON THE AIR! 1938 “Snow White Day” Radio Show!November 18th marks the birthdays of Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse!November 18th was chosen as the anniversary date (by the late Disney historian and archivist Dave Smith) as that’s the date that “Steamboat Willie” (by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks) was released. It’s the first “talkie” …
 
REDFIELD ARTS AUDIO PRESENTS The Great Storytellers: Bram StokerDON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!Listen to more great audio at:http://www.redfieldartsaudio.comCelebrate Bram Stoker! In this 75 minute program, we look at the life and work of Bram Stoker, the Irish author of “Dracula”.With Commentary by David J. Skal and Ted Newsom.Hosted by Mark Redfield.T…
 
Redfield Arts Audio's 2021 HALLOWEEN SHOW! (Ep 21-36)DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!Dare you tour Edgar Allan Poe's Haunted House Of Usher?Featuring the works of Alfred Hitchcock, Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft, a very special haunted house, Halloween history and facts, and much more!Narrated by Mark Redfield and Jennifer RouseMusic and sound design by…
 
Poe died on October 7th, 1849, in Baltimore. The mystery of what brought him to death’s door will never be solved. His genius, poetry and tales live on beyond his brief forty-years on Earth.This miniature audio portrait was written and narrated by Mark Redfield. Original Music and Sound Design by Jennifer Rouse. Narrated by Redfield, it features th…
 
Poe's Poetic Principle - Three Poems On The Death Of A Beautiful WomanFind more great audio at www.RedfieldArtsAudio.com______________In “The Philosophy of Composition" , an 1846 essay written by Edgar Allan Poe , he gives his theory about how good writers write, when they write well. He concludes that length, "unity of effect" and a logical method…
 
Drawing in the Dark at Baltimore Theatre Project. On artist Micheal Iampieri, with John C. Wilson, Anne Cantler-Fulwiler, and Philip Arnoult. Artist Michael Iampieri drew during live performances of theatre, dance, and music for more than 30 years. John C. Wilson’s book, “Drawing in the Dark: The Art of Michael Iampieri” celebrates the legacy of Ba…
 
“The Fall of The City” by Archibald MacLeish Starring Orson Welles and Burgess MeredithFascism 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 Co…
 
“PLAGUE” How Golden Age Radio Dramatized Pandemic & PlagueDON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!For More Great Audio Visit:http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.comMark Redfield presents three audio dramas from the Golden Age of Radio Drama that dramatize how we confront and deal with plague, pestilence and pandemic, reflecting from the standpoint today’s Coronavirus P…
 
Ep 21-30 - In Conversation with Caroline MunroDON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!Find more great audio at:http://www.redfieldartsaudio.comMark Redfield chats with Caroline Munro, the star of “The Golden Voyage of Sinbad” and “The Spy Who Loved Me” about her recent film work, and about recent film projects like Joshua Kennedy’s “House of the Gorgon”. Carolin…
 
Three audio dramas that make every day Friday the 13TH, and makes new converts to the superstitious.Host Mark Redfield introduces you to - - Frank Lovejoy, playing hard-boiled reporter Randy Stone in “The Black Cat” from November 3rd, 1950, from the NBC radio show NIGHT BEAT. Our second offering stars Caroline Munro in “The Black Cat”, loosely adap…
 
In Conversation With MARTINE BESWICKEDON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!For More Great Audio Visit:http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.comThis interview between Mark Redfield and Martine Beswicke took place early in 2020. They discuss how Martine got her start as a model and actress as well as how she got roles in such films as James Bond 007 "Thunderball", "From …
 
“Casey at the Bat” The Great American Pastime Poem by Earnest Thayer Read by Mark RedfieldDON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!For more Great Audio Visit:http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.comAh! Baseball! In this episode, Mark Redfield pines for baseball season, and performs Thayer’s famous 1888 poem, “Casey at the Bat”. Along the way, Redfield gets a little help …
 
DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!For More Great Audio Visit:www.RedfieldArtsAudio.comThe Curse of Black AggieAn Original Audio Drama Written by Stuart VoytillaFeaturing the voice talents of:Susan Stroupe,Chris Pfingsten,Mike Moran,Mara Neimanis,Rebecca Eastman,David Crandall,and Mark Redfield.Original Music by Jennifer Rouse. Soundscape and Sound Effects …
 
This conversation you are about to listen to, between Mike Flanagan and Mark Redfield, was conducted by phone while Flanagan was editing “Before I Wake” in 2015, and Flanagan was on pins and needles waiting on word that Stephen King would give his blessing for him to make “Gerald’s Game”.Writer-director-editor Mike Flanagan made his first splash wi…
 
My Jimi Hendrix ExperienceJimi, My Mom and DadListen to highlights of a 1970 Jimi Hendrix concert in Baltimore, MD at The Baltimore Civic Center, recorded on June 13, 1970.In this audio essay, Jennifer Rouse looks at the legendary Hendrix, and her parents first date.DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!For more great audio visit:http://www.redfieldartsaudio.c…
 
Boris Karloff And The Creation Of The Screen Actor's GuildDON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!Find more great audio at:www.redfieldartsaudio.comIn this edition of AN ACTOR'S NOTEBOOK, Mark Redfield looks at the life and career of actor Boris Karloff and Karloff's participation in the creation of The Screen Actor's Guild in 1933.© Mark Redfield StudiosMusic a…
 
Recorded at Westminster Hall in Baltimore, MDPoe’s tale of revenge, served ice cold, was published in the November 1846 issues of the magazines “Godey’s lady’s Book” and “The New England Weekly Review”.Our production was adapted and directed by Tony Tsendeas, with incidental music and sound scape by David Crandall.Our star , John Astin, has perform…
 
In Conversation with Carol M. Ford, biographer of Hogan’s Heroes star Bob Crane.Mark Redfield chats with Bob Crane biographer Carol M. Ford about her research and surprising discoveries writing “Bob Crane: The Definitive Biography”.Popular and beloved actor Bob Crane was best known for the CBS comedy “Hogan’s Heroes”, which ran from 1965 to 1971. C…
 
Mark Redfield interviews Debbie Rochon interviews Mark Redfield! On the podcast, the two hyphenates and raconteurs talk about Independent Filmmaking, new projects, acting, directing, and working on new audio drama projects together! Debbie Rochon is a Canadian actor, writer, director and podcaster best known for her work in independent films and co…
 
Our guests are author-artist John C. Wilson and Baltimore Theatre Project Founder Philip Arnoult, talking about the art of Michael Iampieri. The interviews were conducted by telephone in the Spring of 2021.Baltimore Theatre Project was founded by Arnoult in 1971. Born during a tumultuous time of social change in America, Theatre Project grew to be …
 
The Mark Wheatley InterviewOf Monsters, Mobsters, Pulp & PoetryDon't forget to subscribe to our weekly podcasts!For More great audio visit:http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.comArtist-Writer-Illustrator Mark Wheatley chats with Mark Redfield on their collaboration “Songs of Giants: The Poetry of Pulp”, and Wheatley’s acclaimed graphic novel “Frankenstein…
 
Act One of The Redfield Arts Audio production of Eugene O’Neill’s Pulitzer Prize winning play “Anna Christie”.With Mackenzie Menter as Anna, Ben Dawson as Mat, J.R. Lyston as Chris, and Lois Bailey DeVeas as Marthy. Adapted for audio theatre and directed by Mark Redfield. Original Music and Sound Design by Jennifer Rouse. “Leave Her Johnny” sung by…
 
Sean Paul Murphy tells Mark Redfield all about his adventures in screenwriting for the Faith-based film market. This conversation on screenwriting took place by telephone in May, 2021Sean Paul Murphy is an award-winning screenwriter with fourteen produced feature film credits including the faith-based favorites "Hidden Secrets," "Sarah's Choice," a…
 
Elana Gartner talks with Mark Redfield about playwriting, and her new 2021 play “Runtime Error”, and its first public reading with Transformation Theatre in May of 2021. This interview was conducted by telephone, May 2021. For more great audio visithttp://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.comAbout Elana Gartner:Internationally produced and recognized playwrigh…
 
AN INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR BRUCE G. HALLENBECK On His New Book“Poe Pictures – The Film Legacy of Edgar Allan Poe”Author Bruce G. Hallenbeck talks with Mark Redfield about his new book “Poe Pictures – The Film Legacy of Edgar Allan Poe”, published by Tomahawk Press. Hallenbeck has impressive credentials, having authored numbers books on film, Hammer F…
 
Collaboration. Writer-director Mark Redfield and Composer-sound designer Jennifer Rouse talk about their long friendship and the work they’ve done together. Eavesdrop on this unscripted question-and-answer dialogue, as Redfield and Rouse discuss collaborating in the past, planting seeds that will grow into fruitful collaborations on future audio dr…
 
Combs chats candidly about his early acting career, the 1985 film “ReAnimator”, his long friendship collaboration with Director Stuart Gordon, the fascination with Edgar Allan Poe that lead to the one-man show “Nevermore”, and so much more. A must-listen for fans of Jeffrey Combs! Eavesdrop into this unscripted, free-wheeling actor-to-actor convers…
 
An Interview with Novelist and Filmmaker Sean Paul Murphy On The Redfield Arts Audio Podcast- Sean Paul Murphy chats with Mark Redfield in-depth about his debut novel “Chapel Street”, a contemporary tale of haunting and demonic possession. Sean Paul Murphy is a writing instructor at Towson University in Maryland, and has has a long career in film a…
 
DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!For more great audio visit:www.RedfieldArtsAudio.comTHE POE FAMILY COMES FROM IRELAND!It begins, as far back as can be reliably traced, to Edgar’s great-great-grandfather David Poe in the town of Dring, County Cavan, Ireland, about 75 miles north of Dublin. (There are going to be a few “Davids” in our brief re-cap, so get …
 
Dennis Paoli is a screenwriter and playwright known for his work on horror films, specifically those directed by Stuart Gordon. He has written or co-written five of Gordon's films, including Re-Animator (1985) and From Beyond (1986). He has also collaborated with Gordon on the stage productions of Bleacher Bums, Re-Animator: The Musical, and "Never…
 
"Sinbad And The Pirate Princess" Music Suite By Jennifer RouseFull cast and sound effects audio drama on the seas available now on Audible and other fine audio platforms!More info at http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.comStarring Caroline Munro, Martine Beswicke, and Mark Redfield as "Sinbad"A ferocious pirate roams the Arabian Sea, and Sinbad must stop …
 
Edgar Allan Poe's BERENICE Performed By Tony Tsendeas Live at Westminster Hall June 28, 2013DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!For more great audio visit:http://www.RedfieldArtsAudio.comReaders were disturbed by the story, and some outraged. Complaints flooded the office of the Southern Literary Messenger. But more so - subscriptions rose!In "Berenice", Poe…
 
Jennifer Rouse composed the soundtrack for the enhanced audiobook reading of Oscar Wilde's "The Canterville Ghost". Here is a sample suite of the music!ABOUT THE AUDIOBOOK:Oscar Wilde’s delightful story comes to life with vivid performances by Mark Redfield and Mackenzie Menter (as Virginia), with an original music score by Jennifer Rouse. One of t…
 
Episode 21-7 - "The Resurrectionist" - An Original Audio Drama By Tony TsendeasFor more great audio dramas visit http://www.redfieldartsaudio.comRecorded before a live audience at Westminster Hall in Baltimore (where Edgar Allan Poe is buried!), THE RESURRECTIONIST stars Tony Tsendeas as "Frank" and Mark Redfield as "The Interviewer". The play is a…
 
Mark Redfield takes us behind-the-mic and the making of our audio-comedy “Season 13”! With cast members Rik Deskin, Brinke Stevens, and others, listen to the story of the inspiration and process of creating “Season 13”.AVAILABLE NOW!Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Season-13-Audiobook/1645553779Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Season-13/dp/B08VV5L…
 
Redfield Arts Audio Previews of Coming Attractions For 2021Join Mark Redfield as he presents the eclectic upcoming slate of podcasts, audiobooks and audio drama from Redfield Arts Audio!Coming to your favorite listening device on our weekly podcast, in addition to our exciting mix of interviews with creative actors, writers, musicians authors, and …
 
Episode 21-4 - "The Cask Of Amontillado" Audio Drama Starring Mark Redfield and Chris PfingstenDON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!For more great audio visit:www.RedfieldArtsAudio.comRecorded 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…
 
Redfield Arts Audio PresentsTHE DRUM MAJORA Palatine Hill productionWith Michael Mack as the voice of Martin Luther King, Jr.Narrated by Jim Pollack and Leslie WillsonMusic and Sound by Jennifer RouseRecorded at Drat Productions. Audio Engineer, Bill Dickson“Canaan Land” performed by Donal LeaceSpecial Thanks to Jeff HerbergerProduced by Michael Ma…
 
Episode 21-2: Vincent Price - A Poe Legacy & “The Pit and the Pendulum” Suspense Radio DramaIn 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”DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!For More Great Audio Visit:www.Red…
 
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