2009 † DEATHSCRIBE 2010
The First Annual International
of Radio Horror Plays
October 6th † Music
Deathscribe is an extraordinary
evening of live performances of original
short radio plays, written by horror enthusiasts and professionals from all
around the globe. The thrill of watching skilled foley
artists creating sound effects live, right in front of you, is truly like
no other. With live musical accompaniment, special guest directors and a celebrity
panel to judge the best in the fest, the festival was magical.
WInner of the 2008 Bloody Axe:
"Dark and Stormy",
written by Albert Gerber,
directed by Don Hall (founding director, WNEP Theater)
Albert Gerber with the 2008 Deathscribe Bloody Axe
2008 FESTIVAL PROGRAM
Written by Doug Lamoreux
Directed by Adam Kozlowski (Lifeline Theatre, WildClaw Theatre )
Written by Jenn Udoni
Directed by Jeff Christian (award winning actor and director, Seanachi Theatre
and Shakespeare Project company member)
Written by Charles M. Kline
Directed by Lindsay Porter (Running With Scissors, Powertap Theatre)
Written by Albert Gerber
Directed by Don Hall (founding director, WNEP Theater)
Written by Chris Hainsworth
Directed by Tom Mula (award-winning playwright, actor, and director with too
many credits to list here)
Poster design by Paul Foster
engaging, imaginative, thoroughly enjoyable night of entertainment. An
--Nick Digilio, WGN Radio Chicago
"A superb homage to the classic horror radio plays
--Adam Rockoff, author of Going to Pieces:
The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film
to hear the first installment
of last year's DEATHSCRIBE 2008!
all the DEATHSCRIBE 2008/2009
podcast installments on BLOOD
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