We’ve dug through our archives and discovered a rare live recording never heard by human ears! Tomorrow, we’ll be posting and podcasting a new performance of one of our favorite adventures: Duel with Death.
Recorded live at Arcade Comedy Theater on June 12, 2013 (as part of a double-feature with a second show we’ll be podcasting next week), Duel with Death follows our heroes on a ghostly mystery through the Vicary Mansion in Freedom, Pennsylvania. The adventure is filled with mysterious cults, cloaked stalkers, ghostly sounds, and a very cantankerous vice president.
Check back here tomorrow or refresh your podcast feed! And don’t forget, a brand new adventure awaits on November 21.
Mike and James are hard at work for a brand new, full-length adventure of Dodge Intrepid and the Pages of Time. While their previous season has yet to be released via podcast (in time, in time…), this new tale is a fresh slate. Picking up after World War II ends, our heroes find themselves returning to a live far different than what they once knew.
This new adventure takes place five years after our previous tale, The Madness Beyond Time, and features a brand new villain unlike anything Dodge and Pluck have faced!
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be announcing the show’s official title and a new poster. Until then, mark your calendars for Friday, November 21 at 8pm. And if you dare, get tickets today!
As part of our Arcade Radio Mysteries show last July, Dodge Intrepid and the Pages of Time presented two-acts of hilarious pulp. The first was the debut installment of our new spin-off series, Postal Ops. The second was a 45-minute, tightly-wound improv set inspired by very real radio show titles from the ’30s, ’40s, and ’50s.
Now, for your auditory pleasure, we’ve whittled down and cleaned up the Foley & Follies improv set for a quick and fun online release — as we had hoped, many of the scenes played out just like real radio plays!
The recording features performances by Mike Rubino, James Catullo, John Feightner, Kristy Nolen, Jethro Nolen, Jerome Fitzgerald, and our announcer Zach Simons.
It’s the debut of the Dodge Intrepid spin-off series POSTAL OPS, written by Mike Rubino and James Catullo.
Jerry and Wilson Topplebottom are fresh recruits to the Beaver County chapter of the United States Postal Service crime unit: Postal Ops. Can these two World War I veterans learn the ropes and follow the rules? Or will their thirst for mail-justice be too much to handle? Find out in this premiere mystery: Signed, Sealed, Deceased.
Recorded live at Arcade Comedy Theater, Pittsburgh PA.
In honor of this Saturday’s brand new Arcade Radio Mysteries show, we’re releasing a special recording from our show last October. It’s the Foley & Follies homage to The Shadow, where we performed the classic radio serial’s most surprising and politically incorrect episode “Death Shows the Way.”
Featuring voicework by John Feightner, Abby Fudor, Liz Labacz, James Catullo, Mike Rubino, Kristy Nolen, and Zach Simons as announcer and organist.
Saturday, July 12 at 10pm, James and Mike are returning to Arcade Comedy Theater for a brand new installment of Arcade Radio Mysteries — their pulpy variety that blends radio adventure and improv! This special show marks the debut of a new Dodge Intrepid and the Pages of Time spin-off series: POSTAL OPS.
Tailored after noir and procedural police serials, POSTAL OPS is a Prohibition-era comedy detective series following Wilson and Jerry Topplebottom. They’re fresh recruits to the Beaver County chapter of the United States Postal Service crime unit: Postal Ops. Can these two World War I veterans learn the ropes and follow the rules? Or will their thirst for mail-justice be too much to handle?
Don’t miss this brand new chapter in the Dodge Intrepid universe!