We’re back with another on-the-road episode of Midnight Audio Theatre tonight! Coming to you from the South-Eastern end of the U.S., but with a mind towards everyone enduring another winter storm back in Ohio and the rest of the Midwest-Northeast. Take care everyone and stay warm.
For tonight’s selections we’re bringing you a small sampling of ‘Our Fair City‘ and a large portion of ‘The Minster of Chance‘. Hartlife Productions shares with us Episode 8, “Discretion is the Better Part of Labor”, where our protagonists Neal Henderson and Nathan Rourke at Al’s Bar to discuss their budding partnership. After that, we’ll be reunited with Kitty and the Minister as they trek through another world, in search of the Sage of the Waves, while budding events in Tantos begin to stir things up. It’s the third episode of ‘The Minister of Chance’, “Paludin Fields”[audio https://app.box.com/shared/static/auvcl6p4bqjvrjwpb40u.mp3]
But Wait, There’s More! If you’re a scriptwriter and missed out on our competition last year, never fear! Two more are going on right now that you’ll want to check out:
Misfits Audio is holding a script competition for their 2014 holiday season. Winning entries selected will be produced and featured on Misfits Audio, and is open to all newcomers (anyone who has not written for/been featured on Misfits before). If you’ve got a story for a Halloween or Christmas audio drama, be sure to check out their Facebook page for more information! Entries are due February 28th.
The Marion Thauer Brown Audio Drama Scriptwriting Competiton is returning for a second year! Submissions are open to anyone, as long as it’s an original work, “family friendly” language, an action/plot-driven script and a running time of 25-30 minutes. Winners will be announced at the HEAR Now Festival on June 21st, 2014. Deadline for submissions is May 28th; there is a submission fee of $25.
We’ll try to keep you updated with more audio-drama-related competitions and events as we learn about them! Be sure to check out the ‘Events’ Page to find out more! Good luck, scriptwriters!