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Red Shift: Interplanetary Do-Gooder (Crisis of the Cuddlykins)

by Post-Meridian Radio Players

PMRP presents their scifi comedy Red Shift: Interplanetary Do-Gooder in another adventure that both parodies and pays homage to the pulp sci-fi serials of the 30s and 40s.
Genre: Spoken Word: Radio Drama
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Album Notes
It’s Go Time!

Red and the crew find themselves embroiled in a civil war for merchandise rights and are forced to side with either the ghastly, disgusting, nine-foot-tall shambling insects, or the bad guys. Will our heroes keep their spirits up and their bile down long enough to save the day?

Recorded live in April 2013 as part of the Spring Sci-Fi Spectacular 2 performance.

Regular Cast
Red Shift: Michael McAfee
Lumpy: Chris Chiampa
Penny Parker: Liz Adams
Dr. Alberts: Rob Noyes
The Narrator: Tom Russell

Guest Cast
Millie/Slate: Jonathan Clegg
Spike/Turk: Karen Sarao
Harriet/Mauve: Caitlin Mason
Melvin/T.C.: Lauren Robinson
Special Guest Kid: Mare Freed

Foley Artists/FX Team:
Alissa Lerman
Natasha Mogilevskaya
Austen Wright

Writer/Director: Rob Noyes
Producer: Chris DeKalb
Sound Design and Graphics: Neil Marsh
Sound Post-Production: Chris Cebelenski

Red Shift: Interplanetary Do-Gooder is writer/director Rob Noyes’ vision of the World of Tomorrow. Not the bleak, post-nuclear wasteland or industrial urban dystopia of 1980s science-fiction, but the clean, modernist utopia imagined by the 1939 World’s Fair: a future which, through industry and hard work, promised to be streamlined, prosperous and bright; and beyond it lay the Cosmos, just waiting for exploration and colonization. Red Shift and Lumpy lived in just this kind of Universe, and Dr. Alberts and Penny Parker were keen to travel there. It turned out, however, to be just slightly off-center from what they were expecting.

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