I'm so happy to be part of the show, and just like the audience, can't wait to see where this exciting journey takes us.
My radio drama podcast: Lightningbolt Theater of the Mind.
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allowed me to react differently based on what I anticipated the other
actors would say. I was given the chance to say the line multiple ways
and in different tones. It lets me create subtext for a given line and
then it's up to the producer/writer to decide if the takes work or if
he needs something said differently. I've also been working with this
cast for years now and can anticipate how they will react in a given
situation. I know my character and ask questions if I have them.
Yes, I did all of my lines remotely. It can be challenging to only
record by myself sometimes but if I get stuck I will listen to old
episodes and pick up on voice patterns which helps me in creating
reactions for that moment.
more podcasters are getting into the medium now and it will continue
to grow. There will always be varying shows and quality differences
but the amount available for listeners will continue to increase.
Radio drama is snowballing its way into popularity again. We may see
another silver (not golden this time) age of radio drama on platforms
like podamatic, iTunes, Amazon Echo, Google Home, etc. The AI's of the
world now have the capability to play podcasts in the home; just like
in the golden age of radio when families would gather around their
radios. I'm hopeful about the future. We live in an exciting time of
radio drama expansion. I'm glad to be contributing to the amount of
entertainment out there.