Monday, December 31, 2007

Rejection Slip Theater 23a

Hey, kids, wake up! It's time for Rejection Slip Theater ©, podcast Episode 23a, first aired on radio in 1994.
In this episode we meet Henry and Peaches played by Michael Cornelison and Linda Blakely in a radio drama written by Paul Berge.
And, as always, we take the Garden State Parkway, Exit 168--or 165 if you want to save a dime--to Westwood, New Jersey to visit Artie Azzetti and the Gang ©, as they enter a secret society.
These Mind Movies are only a click away: Remember, kids: Tell your friends where you heard it--for free--on Rejection Slip Theater Podcast Radio ©. Credits: Rejection Slip Theater (original © 1993), was created and produced by Joseph Pundzak and Paul Berge. Michael Meacham, Technical Director. This episode's Rejection Players cast features: Michael Meacham, Michael Cornelison, Linda Blakely and Joseph Pundzak.
Joseph Pundzak, Executive Producer. Original music by Jamie Poulsen. All Artie Azzetti And The Gang © stories were written and performed by Paul Berge, all rights reserved. All original written stories remain the copyrighted property of the authors, used with permission by Rejection Slip Theater, which retains all rights to the audio productions. Most performers are available for voice work through Radio Garage in Urbandale, Iowa: (
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Write "RST scripts" in the subject bar. No: attachments, Fwd, viri or embedded messages, please, or the US Librarian of Congress will shush you so fast, sister, it'll...well, it'll do nothing. Our podcast guru is Dan Wardell. More RST podcasts at: RST web site and Contact Us: Iowa Caucus coverage at "...and I've been your host, Paul Berge. Good night...or good morning. Whatever works." *** Artie Azzetti and the Gang ©, by Paul Berge, all rights reserved. All wrongs righted.

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