Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Rejection Slip Theater Episode 5b, The Mystery Show

Hey, kids, wake up! It's time for Rejection Slip Theater ©, podcast Episode 5b, The Mystery Radio Show, first aired on radio in 1994...or 1995...possibly 1996. We say that in all confidence because, frankly, we lost the notes and can't recall what's on this episode. It's a mystery. So, do us all a favor here at the Rejection Radio Ranch, listen to the broadcast, take notes and drop us a line ("These two guys walk into a bar..."). Let us, the producers, know just what we produced all those years ago.
Despite this momentary lapse, we assume that this episode will be filled with radio drama, adventure, romance, comedy--maybe a talking horse or a singing pig wearing a bikini--and, probably, another visit to Westwood, New Jersey (Exit 168 on the Garden State Parkway, take #165 if you want to save a dime), where we'll meet up with those kids from St. Anthony's Elementary School, Artie Azzetti and the Gang.
But, that's all conjecture unless you listen to the entire episode and write to us in the Comments section below. You won't get paid for this; few in radio ever are, except Rush Limbaugh, who, we need to point out is not gay. Not that there'd be anything wrong with Rush Limbaugh being gay, which he reportedly is not. We're just saying...
Meanwhile, enjoy the show, and for those keeping score, here are the 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, Richard Choate, Patty Choate and Joseph Pundzak...and probably Morgan Halgren, Greg Anderson, Linda Blakely and many more truly talented actors. We just won't know until you listen.
We do know that Joseph Pundzak is the 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.
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"...and I've been your host, Paul Berge. Good night...or good morning. Whatever works."
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