Sandbox Radio Live
About This Show
The "made in Seattle" radio variety show - original plays, songs, poetry, adaptations of classic literature, public service announcements, special guest storytellers and more, all scored with original live music and sound effects and recorded in front of a live audience. Dig deeper: http://www.sandboxradio.org.
Most Recent Episode
"Chimes at Midnight" 10/30/2017
Recorded at The Bathhouse Theater Seattle on Oct 30, 2017: guests Theresa Homes and Edd Key, Classical King FM's Marta Zekan. Featuring writing by Scot Augustson, Kelleen Conway Blanchard, Edward Gorey, Lisa Halpern, Peggy Platt, Edgar Allan Poe and Wayne Rawley; 0:40 Intro; 2:49 "Grandfather Clock" by Lisa Halpern; 13:87 "Daddy" by Kelleen Conway Blanchard; 25:00 Sponsor Break - 14/48; 25:45 "Vermin Note #1" by Scot Augustson; 28:19 "Sandbox Radio: Interlude" by Jose "Juicy" Gonzales; 29:42 "The Black Cat" by Edgar Allan Poe, adapted by Law/Ziman, with "Bad Moon Rising" by John Fogerty arr. by Edd Key, featuring Theresa Holmes, Edd Key and the Sandbox Radio Orchestra; 49:54 "The Gashlycrumb Tinies" by Edward Gorey, adapted by Law/Ziman; 55:26 "Mythical kingsdoms and Long Lost Dogs" by Scot Augustson; 1:09:59 PSA - Zombie Elections by Peggy Platt; 1:13:16 "If I Had You" by Campbell/Connelly/Shapiro, featuring Jose "Juicy" Gonzales (vocals/piano), Dave Marriott (trombone), Dave Pascal (bass), Dan Tierney (drums); 1:19:45 "Camp Lake Sunnylake" by Wayne Rawley. Visit sandboxradio.org for a complete list of performers and credits for this and prior episodes. Music Direction and original music by Jose 'Juicy' Gonzales; Engineered by Luke Kehrwald, Recorded by Brian Moynihan, Podcast Mixed by Dave Pascal; Produced and Directed by Leslie Law and Richard Ziman; Stage Managers: Susy Butler, Shigeko Calos-Nakano; Production Assistants: Lizzy Burton, Shelby Lautzenheizer. Become a sustaining donor through Patreon at http://www.patreon.com/sandboxradio; Make a tax deductible donation to support Sandbox Radio at www.sandboxradio.org; Sandbox Radio is supported in part by The Seattle Mayor's Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs and 4Culture
Rated 5 out of
This show never fails to entertain me. Riveting and fun!
Date published: 2013-12-30