We've been in the bowels of Dixon Place for the last couple days, gearing up for tonight's premiere pairing of Joe Maggio's "Ram King" and my very own "Like Father, Like Son" for Glass Eye Pix's radio play series Tales from Beyond the Pale. It's been a blast putting these shows together with Glenn McQuaid (I Sell the Dead) and Larry Fessenden (The Last Winter). And hell… It's not every day you get to hang out with the likes of Vincent D'Onofrio, hearing him rock your script out.
Beyond tonight's performance, there will be three more nights of radio plays for your listening pleasure by Jeff Buhler, Ashley Thorpe, Simon Barrett, Kim Newman, McQuaid, and Fessenden himself all throughout the month of October. And then…? Well, fingers crossed, the recordings of our plays will make up the second season of Tales ready for listening at your own home!
Hope to see you tonight… 9:30 at Dixon Place!
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