The Sonic Society

Showcasing the very best in new Audio Drama

Listen to the Children of the Night!

| October 29, 2015

Our old friends at Quicksilver Radio Theater are at it again! This time with a performance tonight of the eternal Dracula at Episcopal Actors’ Guild.  Ticket includes a wine and cheese reception following the show. Proceeds will benefit the charitable programs of EAG, which offers financial support to New York performers “of all faiths, and none.” So […]

Biff Straker- The Pool of Death, Episode Four

| October 29, 2015

Biff and his new friends from Nova Command are captured by the Rahoad and find themselves facing “THE POOL OF DEATH”  

I Want to Drink Your Audio!

| October 28, 2015

Christmas has its Claus. Halloween has its own incredible iconic figures. One of the most important of course is the eternal Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Hamilton-Gibson Productions brings their own Dracula adaptation for the audio drama. Get your tickets while you can and enjoy the frights!  

Reinventing for the Future?

| October 28, 2015

Sibby Wieland, from Sound Stages Radio has been a long time advocate and champion of the amazing medium we all know and love- audio drama. Her seminal works along with those of Pete Lutz from Pulp-Pourri Theatre, Richard “Captain Radio” Summers, and our own efforts here at the Sonic Society have pressed to provide World Audio […]

Episode 443- Visitations from Mars

| October 27, 2015

The phenomenal 40th anniversary love letter to War of the Worlds is written and produced by the brilliantly inventive Steve Bellinger and our feature tonight after its 1978 premiere on American Public Radio. With thanks to Captain Radio, Jack and David present this classic on the week of World Audio Drama Day. May we all live […]

Shadows From the Past Walk

| October 24, 2015

Debuting on October 29th, just in time for Halloween, Petaluma Radio Players resurrect the iconic Shadow in a live performance of the old time radio series in a Petaluma barn. Go grab your tickets for the back to back performances of “Flames of Death” and “Death in the Tomb” by going to the Petaluma 360.

Splitting the Sonic

| October 22, 2015

Little John (Peter Greenall) tells the backstory of Robin Hood and his merry men in this fantastic BBC Radio drama. As the Daily Post says: Peter, inspired to become an actor thanks to his mother, Mary, who taught English and ran the drama group at Prestatyn High School, said: “For me, Little John was largely […]

Episode 442- Jack 2

| October 20, 2015

Jack and David showcases an adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut’s 2BR02B from Pulp-Pourri Theatre and The Adventures of Jack Nimble from Matt Leong!  

The Sounds of the Wild!

| October 16, 2015

As reported in Chart Attack: The Macaulay Library at Cornell University, home of the world’s largest and oldest collection of nature recordings, just uploaded the whole, totally searchable, archive online for free. 9,000 species from across the world are documented in 150,000 audio recordings, totaling 10 terabytes and a run time of 7,513 hours. The […]

The Unmade Gets Made

| October 15, 2015

BBC4 is providing some unique opportunities to listen to plays this month. Check out the article at newsonnews: BBC Radio 4 has announced that one of the plays would be the broadcast premiere of Arthur Miller’s unproduced screenplay The Hook. It has also announced that the series will also feature world premieres of Heart Of […]