Jack | March 21, 2017
David Ault returns to the Sonic Society tonight after his tour with the No Sleep Podcast Live show, and we’re proud to feature a creepy tale to celebrate: Campfire Radio Theater’s Abduction at Willow Woods from John Ballentine! P.S. Check out the old promo at the beginning!
Jack | March 19, 2017
This week on the Twilight Zone Podcast, host Tom Elliot begins his review of season three of the Twilight Zone with the episode Two starring Charles Bronson and Elizabeth Montgomery. Our Jack chimes in with his favourite memories of Rod Serling and the zone in a little audio feedback. Fascinating when you consider how similar […]
Jack | March 18, 2017
You may want to Save the Last Word for Pete Lutz, but this episode of the new interview show from the create of Pulp-Pourri Theatre and Narada Radio is interviewing our Jack Ward about his life and memories as an actor no less. Stranger things can and continue to happen. In the meantime, check out and […]
Jack | March 14, 2017
This week on the Sonic Society our feature is “Boothill” from Wesley Critchfield’s Club 40 Audio. Great western adventures. It’s Audio Drama Time!
Jack | March 11, 2017
This week on the Department of Nerdly Affairs, Jack is a guest while the regular hosts Rob and Don talk about death and the way it affects all of us nerdly folk. Subscribe today and get prepared!
Jack | March 11, 2017
This New York Times article answers the age long question every audiophile says after hearing their voice: “Do I really sound like that?” According to William Hartmann, a physics professor from Michigan State University, there’s multiple ways you get to hear your own voice. More often than not, you sound higher. Check out the original article […]
Jack | March 7, 2017
With Sonic Society Season 11 looming next week, David Ault hosts a special Summerstock extra- Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart” an OTR short directed and starring David Ault, edited and co-starring Jack Ward, and special guest stars David Cummings from The No Sleep Podcast, and showcasing the heart-stopping terror-filled of Sharon Bee.
Jack | March 6, 2017
The incredible Snow White from Voices in the Wind Theatre has gotten a fantastic reception south of the border. Chatham This Week reported: There’s nothing quite like closing your eyes and feeling yourself swept away by the sounds of wind and trees and birds chirping, as two people race along on horseback through dense underbrush. […]