The Ancient Radio Players
A troupe of radio theatre performers who do live and studio shows, ranging from adventure-serials to horror, comedy and variety.
Atlanta Radio Theatre Company
Best known for their adaptations of the works of H.P. Lovecraft, the ARTC "performs, records, and broadcasts fully dramatized, fully sound-scaped audio dramas." Their catalog includes everything from the horror of Lovecraft, to the seminal science fantasy of H G Wells, to their own original works in dark fantasy, science fiction, romance, pulp adventure, and comedy. The site includes a good index of links to other radio drama sites.
A resource page for finding audio theater and producing it.
Crunchy Frog Comedy
Crunchy Frog Comedy is a comic "radio" show inspired in large part by Monty Python's Flying Circus. The show features original comedies (sketches and plays) written and performed by the Crunchy Frog Players, many of whom are also involved in Shoestring Radio Theatre.
Independent Radio Drama Productions
A non-profit company in the UK which is dedicated to helping new writers and to spreading the word about radio drama.
Radio Repertory Company of America
"Producers of Original Suspense/Comedy for the Audio Medium." Titles include "The Stealer of Souls" with special appearance from "Married with Children" star Katey Sagal, "Garson Krebs: Private Eye" which aired on NPR Playhouse, and "The Brooke Sisters" in which two wonderfully eccentric ex-criminals help solve murders.
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Tony Palermo's RuyaSonic Site
Info related to radio drama including script writing/formatting, music, sound effects, engineering, directing, old radio shows and more. Hosted by Tony Palermo, a radio dramatist, director and composer living in Los Angeles, California. He has written, adapted and scored numerous radio plays for the Museum of Television & Radio's Los Angeles branch.
Staff Web Sites
Visit the personal web sites of SRT staff members!
Erik Deckers' Laughing Stalk
Writer Erik Deckers (who wrote our Slick Bracer P.I. comedy series) has a web site which contains several humor pieces he's written for The Wakarusa Tribune and The Mishawaka Enterprise, two small papers in Northern Indiana.
This web site by writer/director/webmaster Randy Parker offers quick novelties and diversions.
Nico Pemantle: Singer/Songwriter
Writer-director Nico Pemantle is also a singer/songwriter. His web site includes a biography, information on his two albums (and how to mail order them), and six songs which you can listen to online.