31 Days of Audio Drama Pt, er, 31! Decided to end things of with Larry Fessenden’s CAPER (2012)! There’s a few reasons.. Apart from having fine memories of recording this baby LIVE in front of an audience and in ONE TAKE with about 15 of us onstage, Caper is actually set on Halloween night, and I like the concept a lot— criminals break into a seemingly distorting mansion. Fine performances, music, sound design and Foley, and Larry’s direction, tone and sax shine darkly. I love that Tales is (mostly) original material (Stuart Gordon’s H.P Lovecraft’s The Hound being the obvious exception), that’s something we’ve always pushed for— write it produce it and get it out, and I think patterns begin to emerge in our work, for instance, I think Caper and The Vampire Party are clearly the work of the same artist exploring sound and space in interesting ways. My own The Crush, The Ripple at Cedar Lake and Die Sleeping My Sweet! are all part of a little trilogy within Tales, I like that there are theses little weaves happening within the greater project. So there you have it, 31 Audio Dramas, all gobbled up over the past month, it was really good fun actually and I’m more excited by the medium’s potential than ever and ready to lean the fuck into it and try some new things. #talesfrombeyondthepale#audiodrama#glasseyepix#larryfessenden#glennmcquaid#31daysofaudiodrama
It's Alive! 200 years interpreting the haunting tale of Mary Shelley are explored with delightful insight at the Morgan Library @themorganlibrary thru Jan. 27th. Pages from the original manuscript, Elsa's hairpiece from Bride and dozens of other pieces will get your heart racing!
This snippet from #larryfessenden, check out the whole frankin' piece at glasseyepix.com #frankenstein#maryshelley#classichorror