Jim introduces Redline Under The Hood and waxes nostalgic with audio clips from his and Eric’s Dragon*Con Parsec Awards Adventure.
Under The Hood is where we’ll talk Redline news and share interviews with cast members, writers, and other contributors. Future episodes will also talk about what goes into a Redline Theatre production and music score.
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New York Times best-selling author Scott Sigler just ran our promo on his latest podcast, posted on Halloween night! This was a special treat for the gang here at Redline Theatre. Thanks to Scott for letting his audience know about our show. For those of you visiting us for the first time, downloading our premier episode is a great way to keep that spooky Halloween feeling long after October has passed. Please be sure to comment and subscribe after listening (we’re also on iTunes); we would love to hear from you. If you like what you hear, please also follow us on Facebook and Twitter. We’re the new kids in town, and we’re here to stay. Our next episode is coming November 10th. Hope everyone had a Happy Halloween!
Rick Stringer of podcast Variant Frequencies has listened to our first episode and was kind enough to tweet about it a couple times! Many thanks to Rick and VF for the shout outs. If you haven’t started following us on Twitter (or our Facebook Page), now would be an excellent time to start. We’re having a blast making our show and we want to share it with you. Have a great weekend everybody!
Welcome to Redline Theatre! Jim Bultas, Eric Schulte and Justin Warner (along with other generous contributing talents) have joined forces to create this new audio podcast series. We are writing, performing and producing all the content you will experience here. Give us a listen and let us know what you think. Your ears will kick your ass if you don’t. Trust us.
Our mission is simple. We will regularly provide brand-new audio dramas for your listening pleasure. We are not limiting our content to a specific genre. If a story is compelling enough to tell, that’s reason enough for us to share it. Despite our sincerest efforts to remain immature, this flexibility also means that our podcast will occasionally contain mature themes, sexual situations, violence, and possibly even existential ennui. Other times, it will not. This means we could conceivably do an episode about unicorns sharing lemonade on a nice spring day. Of course, if the unicorns start copulating, then goring each other with their horns while questioning their respective places in the universe, don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Though our home is RedlineTheatre.com, you can also find us elsewhere on the web. Be sure to subscribe to our RSS feed; we’re also on iTunes. We’ve got a Facebook Page to check out, so please join the others and click our “like” button. Plus, we’ll be sending news via Twitter, so be sure to follow us there. You can expect each of these places to be updated when we’ve uploaded a new podcast episode, plus we’ll add other updates between episodes. Sometimes we’ll be on topic (episode discussions, site updates, and more) and other times we’ll share bits of off-topic awesomeness that simply make the world a better place in which to live.
There’s one more vital element we’re adding to the podcast today, and that’s you. Those of you reading this now are the ones who will make this podcast something special. When you listen to an episode or read a blog entry, be sure to also leave your comments on our website, our Twitter feed, or our Facebook Page. Got some feedback? Thoughts? Fondue recipes? Whatever it is, let us know. This is YOUR podcast.
Thanks for visiting us! Episode 001 is coming soon. Today.