The Sonic Society

Showcasing the very best in new Audio Drama

Sonic Echo 202: Lights Out!

| October 19, 2017

Tonight Lothar Tuppan leads the Amigos- Jeff Billard and Jack Ward in a discussion about the classic horror “Valese Triste” from Arch Oboler and Lights Out!

Sonic Echo- 0200- Danger!

| August 29, 2017

Jeff Billard, Lothar Tuppan, and Jack Ward look at more old time radio shows beginning season 2 with “Danger” or “A Comedy of Danger” from the Columbia Radio Workshop.  

By Crom: Escape from New York

| August 24, 2017

The Amigos introduce a Bill’s incredible adaptation of the John Carpenter’s eighty classic Escape from New York including the magical audio artistry of Stevie K. Farnaby!

By Crom 6: The Night Stalker

| August 10, 2017

This week the Broken Sea Audio, The Amigos, and special guest Jeffrey Adams from Radio Icebox bring us Bill Hollweg’s incredible series Kolchak: The Night Stalker and “The All Saints Archives”  

By Crom 3- Sanctuary!

| July 20, 2017

Tonight the Amigos present one of Broken Sea Audio’s earliest series “Logan’s Run” adapted by Paul Mannering, and post produced by Paul Mannering, David Sobkowiak and Bill Hollweg.  

By Crom 2: Black Sun Rising

| July 13, 2017

Jeff Billard and Lothar Tuppan sit down with Jack to reflect and remember Bill’s original science fiction opus: 2109- Black Sun Rising.  

Bill’s Shiny Premiere

| July 6, 2017

Lothar Tuppen and Jeff Billard joins Jack to look back at the first of this special season of the best of Bill Hollweg beginning with a double feature including “X-Minus One’s The 7th Victim” and the first episode of “Amity- Dark Waters” all with the thanks of Broken Sea Audio and Howl-O for the music!

Sonic Summerstock Playhouse S08E01: Blast Off!

| July 4, 2017

Our Sonic Summerstock Playhouse opens with a classic tale from X-Minus One. “The Amigos” Collective Audio Group present, “The Knock” in remembering their brother- Bill Hollweg.  

Behind the Sounds

| May 8, 2017

This great OnStage article was shared on Facebook by our amigo, Jeff Billard a grand thaumaturge in both the audio and stage dramatic varieties. It suggests that all actors should spend some time behind the scenes understanding what goes on from the purposes of stage managing. As usual, we ask the question. Should all audio […]