Our Halloween show this year is the Gothic horror trilogy Tomes of Terror: Lenore, and if you ever wanted to stand behind the microphone, you’re in luck, because audition slots are now available. Audition slots are at 7, 8, and 9pm on the evenings of Monday, August 7, and Tuesday, August 8. (Callbacks, if needed, will be that Thursday.) Our Auditions page has information about the process and a link to the form to sign up for a slot.
One of our first Summer Mysteries Sherlock Holmes in "The Sign of Four" is now available for purchase! You can get the digital version here: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/postmeridianradioplayers18 or pick up the physical CD at our performances.
This Friday at 8pm and Saturday at 2pm and 8pm, we’ll be reprising our Arisia performance of our gender-swapped interpretation of the clasisc Star Trek episode, “The Naked Time”. This is an unticketed free event (although we gladly accept donations) and reservations are not required, but if you’d like to let us know you’re coming the event page has a link to a reservation form. Note that this event is at Unity Somerville rather than Responsible Grace.
And next month between the 14th and 22d (at Responsible Grace Church) we’ll be presenting our summer mysteries for 2017, featuring original adaptations for radio-drama of Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes tale “A Scandal in Bohemia” and a gender-swapped version of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Murders in the Rue Morgue”, considered by some the first modern detective story. You can buy tickets in advance or make a reservation on our tickets page. (The performance on Thursday, June 20th, is a pay-what-you-can performance.)
We are delighted to announce that we are looking for voice actors, Foley artists, and crew for our upcoming summer mystery show, Murders and Scandals: Poe and Doyle, featuring original adaptations of Arthur Conan Doyle’s “A Scandal in Bohemia” featuring Sherlock Holmes and Edgar Allan Poe’s “the Murders in the Rue Morgue” — the latter gender-swapped and featuring Charolotte Dupin. See our auditions page for more information and for the link to sign up for an audition slot. Auditions will be Monday, May 15th, and Tuesday, May 16th, 2017 at Responsible Grace Church in Davis Square, Somerville, and performances will be in mid-July. (The roles of Holmes and Watson are pre-cast.)
Hi! If you’ve signed up for an audition slot for Peter Pan, you’ll be glad to know that the audition sides are available to download peruse or practice now, as well as a couple of paper forms that you may want to fill out and bring with you to your addition. (If you forget, we’ll have extras there.) And if you haven’t signed up for an audition slot yet, it’s not too late!
We are delighted to announce that we are looking for voice actors, Foley artists, and crew for our upcoming Spring show, Peter Pan. This will be an original adaptation of the beloved J. M. Barrie novel by Michael Lin, and directed by Jess Viator. See our auditions page for more information and for the link to sign up for an audition slot. Auditions will be Monday, February 6th, and Tuesday, February 7th, 2017 at Responsible Grace Church in Davis Square, Somerville, and performances will be in late April.
The Post-Meridian Radio Players are thrilled to announce that Gender-Swapped Star Trek will return at the Arisia 2017 science-fiction convention in Boston. Our gender-swapped take on the classic Star Trek episode “The Naked Time” will be on Saturday, January 14th at 10pm in Grand Ballroom AB. (A convention membership or day pass is required. If you can’t attend at the con, watch for our reprise in the spring!)
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In 1943, during World War II, four US Army chaplains aboard the SS Dorchester sacrificed their lives saving others as the ship sank. PMRP has retold their story in an original radio-drama adaptation by Chris Lockeardt, and our recording is now available for purchase at CD Baby. (Audio downloads are available now; a CD is forthcoming.) You can also listen to a trailer or view or download the program brochure from our Four Chaplains project page. (You can also learn more about the Four Chaplains and the Dorchester’s sinking by a German U-boat on Wikipedia.)