Lovecraft's Nightmares!: Radio Theater Productions of Lovecraft Stories
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The last date listed for Lovecraft's Nightmares! was Sunday October 28, 2012 / 2:30pm.
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Great show, even for those unfamiliar with Lovecraft's works. However, I was a bit disappointed that the last show did not actually include any Lovecraft stories, other than a single poem. The last story though, "Special Order", was thoroughly...continued
October 6-7: The Rats in the Walls by H. P. Lovecraft, adapted for audio by Brad Strickland.
Also this weekend: The Maple Syrup War by John Ringo, adapted for audio by Daniel Taylor *
October 13-14*: The Shadow Over Innsmouth by H. P. Lovecraft, adapted for audio by Thomas E. Fuller and Gregory Nicoll.
Also this weekend: The Wood-Bound Werewolf by Kelley S. Ceccato
October 20-21: The Dunwich Horror by H. P. Lovecraft, adapted for audio by Thomas E. Fuller.
Also this weekend: The Music of Erich Zann by H. P. Lovecraft, adapted for audio by Jonathan Horton and David Benedict, and Haunter Hunters by Thomas Berry.
October 27-28: Special Order by Henry Lee Forrest, adapted for audio by Daniel Taylor.
Also this weekend: Rory Rammer, Space Marshal: The Colour of the Shadow Over the Mountains of Madness Out of Space by Ron N. Butler and An Arkham Home Companion by Brad Strickland.
_*Parental Guidance: *This event may not be suitable for children. _
About the Ticket Supplier: Atlanta Radio Theatre Company
Since 1984, the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company has been performing, recording, and broadcasting dramatic audio — fully dramatized, fully sound-scaped audio drama, far beyond the readings and “audio books” you can find in every bookstore. They like to think that what they do is classic “old-time radio”, as it would sound with today’s technology and dramatic techniques.