Frank Gadsden:Personal Injury Lawyer Of The Future
A Restraining Order for Leibowitz
Yes, I know it’s been a long time. We were putting out our first production, Beware The Moon Wraith: The Orb of Phoebe. We had a release party and everything. Then, silence.
You see, there is this thing called Real Life. You know, jobs, school, family, all that stuff. Now Real Life sometimes can be enjoyable but it is time consuming. And it hit us hard. Frankly, it pretty much derailed us. Curious Echo Radio theater was down… but not out.
Our resident scribe, Louis Gutierrez, was busy. He had been busy not only writing scripts for The Moon Wraith along with Frank Gadsden: Personal Injury Lawyer of the Future and Shadows West. He also set up a home studio to record these scripts. For the last few months, we have been busy recording and editing some programs for you to listen and enjoy.
So the first Frank Gadsden adventure, Time Wounds All Heels will be up in the next few days. And new adventures will soon follow after that. So please tell us what you think of the new material. Tell your friends. Talk about us on your favorite social media site. Thanks in advance.
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Yes, Beware The Moon Wraith: The Orb Of Phoebe is at the CD publisher and will be available soon. We even have a promo for it below.
Here’s a nice little video showing some pics from rehearsals and the recording of Beware The Moon Wraith. Unlike most montages, it is not set to a 80′s song and it unfortunately did not take several weeks of effort and shorten it to five minutes. It did many weeks of rehearsals, recording, and post-production. Still, the result was well worth it.