- KTWU Productions
Live, televised 1940′s-style radio drama…it’s radio you can see, complete with actors, music and a crew of sound effects technicians, creating it all right before your eyes.
Three mysterious and macabre tales from Edgar Allan Poe form the basis of TWISTED TALES OF POE presented like a live radio-style drama. The three classic stories are “The Tell-Tale Heart,” “The Cask of Amontillado,” and “The Raven.”
2009 Regional EMMY Award Winner
It is 1888 and, in Whitby, England, Lucy Westenra has fallen ill. Her fiance, Jack Seward has brought her to his sanitarium and called in a battery of physicians, but her condition worsens. Desperate, Jack sends for Van Helsing, a specialist in obscure diseases. Van Helsing’s visit coincides with that of Jonathan Harker and his wife, Mina, who had been Seward’s nurse, but resigned to care for Jon during his recent illness. Jon’s law firm has purchased, for one of its clients, the old Abbey next door to the sanitarium. The client’s name is Count Dracula.
2011 Regional EMMY Award Nominee
THE PLOT: Mrs. Hudson (Kirsten Goodman), landlady to master Sleuth Sherlock Holmes (Philip Grecian) and Dr. Watson (Cliff Alfrey) ushers in Dr. Mortimer (Shawn Trimble) and Sir Henry Baskerville (Russ Hutchison) who tell a tale of a family curse placed upon the Baskerville family. Mortimer relates the history of a demon hound, which killed Sir Hugo Baskerville on the moors near Baskerville Hall over two centuries before, and has haunted the family, dispensing death, ever since. It’s latest victim: Sir Charles Baskerville, found late one night at the edge of the moor surrounded by the footprints of the gigantic hound.
Victor Frankenstein set out to create life – using corpses stolen from graveyards. During a raging storm, he is successful but, too late, realizes he has created a misshapen, inarticulate horror. And so begins a haunting tale of creature vs. creator.
Journey back to the The beloved Charles Dickens’ tale of Scrooge and the lessons learned by a lonely, forlorn old curmudgeon — all presented with live sound effects like a classic radio-style drama the all-new “A Christmas Carol”