Many of us here at Needcoffee have their own projects. For example, Widge has his upcoming book There’s A Zombie In My Treehouse and Minister of Music J. M. Tuffley has his music podcast Radiowerks. As for me, I have Curious Echo Radio Theater.
What is Curious Echo Radio Theater?
This made the audience rather unhappy, as they were all trying to listen to the show.
Nevertheless, the two persevered, and found that they could not, in fact, “do that.” They would need help. So they dragged in their loved ones and invited other funny, exhibitionist, writerly- and improvisationally-inclined geeks to help. The result was curious.
I was one of the ‘geeks’. I guess exhibitionist is a nice way of saying attention whore.
Curious Echo has performed live ‘radio’ shows for local audiences here in Tallahassee and even at Necronomicon 2004 in Tampa. We’ve put up the recordings for our Sunday show, Elizabethan Radio, in our Listening Room.
[ad#shortpost]The last couple of years, we have been working on recording our material so we can have the whole world as our audience. Our first creation is Beware The Moon Wraith: The Orb Of Phoebe.
An unseen enemy who knows how to wield it.
A hero who can manifest his special ability three nights a month.
A recipe for action and suspense or an open invention to a butt kicking? Find out in “Beware the Moon Wraith: The Orb of Phoebe”, a ten part serial that pits the Moon Wraith, a vengeful ghost for justice, against cosmic forces contained within a sphere fashioned by the gods. Actually, a god. Okay, not a god but a titan, which is not quite a god but still pretty impressive. And the Moon Wraith is not really a ghost but a ….
Want to learn more? Head over to Curious Echoes, our website. You can listen to our materials, keep up on our doings, and subscribe to our podcast.
So remember: Curious Echo Radio Theater: It’s like a breath mint for your mind.