Archive | October 2009
Billed as "The Second Annual International Festival of Radio Horror Plays."
I'll be doing a reading from "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies."
More info here.
UPDATE: A review: "The funniest parts of the evening were executed by actors who didn’t broadcast that they were in on the joke. Thespian Lance Baker’s reading of a selection from “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,” author Seth Grahame-Smith’s Jane Austen meets George Romero mash-up, was pitch-perfect. Baker opted for straight man, narrating the text in grand Austen fashion, his stuffy British voice steady, even as he read a passage detailing a brutal zombie attack at an evening party, made all the funnier thanks to his measured delivery." Piet Levy, Trueslant.com
UPDATE: A very rough and unauthorized recording has emerged. Intro by Aaron Christensen, foley by Brian Amidei.