ATC119: Review of For The Temple from Heirloom Audio & The Screwtape Letters from FPA

Today we review For The Temple from Heirloom Audio's Extraordinary Adventures of G.A. Henty series. This is a fabulous, high-quality au...

Today we review For The Temple from Heirloom Audio's Extraordinary Adventures of G.A. Henty series. This is a fabulous, high-quality audio drama that we highly recommend. JD also reviews a stage version of The Screwtape Letters and compares and contrasts it with the Radio Theatre adaptation. Roy brings a newscast, we address feedback from Bob, Jaxon, Garrett, Gabe, and Dominic, and in the midst of it all is lots of laughter and references to European vacations. Don't miss this episode!

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Newscast Segment

Augustine Institute has released The Legends of Robin Hood.

Saturday Morning Media has released albums of Season 1 and 2 of the Tales of Deputy Guppy and Season 1 of The Mysterious Mysteries of Toby Taylor, The Fruit Magician.

Base Camp Adventures has launched a crowdfunding campaign to help them continue the series and produce three more volumes.

Review Segment 1

The Screwtape Letters by Fellowship for Performing Arts

Adapted by Max McLean and Jeffrey Fiske
Brent Harris as Screwtape
Tamala Bakkensen as Toadpipe
Original Music & Sound Design by John Gromada
Scenic Design by Cameron Anderson
Costume Design by Michael Bevins
Lighting Design by Jesse Klug

This acclaimed and faithful stage adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ satiric masterpiece follows Screwtape, a senior tempter in Hell, as he schemes to capture the soul of an unsuspecting human on earth; and reveals spiritual warfare in vivid, humorous and powerful ways.

Run Time: 90 minutes; no intermission.
Age Recommendation: Recommended for ages 13 and older. Children under age 4 not admitted.

Photo Credit: Jeremy Daniels

Photo Credit: Jeremy Daniels

Photo Credit: J.D. Sutter

Review Segment 2

The Extraordinary Adventures of G.A. Henty: For The Temple

Executive Producer - Bill Heid
Producer and Director - Todd Busteed
Writer - Darby Kern
Recording Engineer - Nathan Rix
Sound Designer and Foley - Todd Busteed
Composer - John Campbell

Wikipedia page on the siege of Jotapata
Wikipedia page on the siege of Jerusalem

Feedback Segment

Garrett has a question for us about Mr. Skint.

Email from Jaxon about a voice actor in Jonathan Park.

Gabe asks if we have ever made any audio drama.
Greenhorn Tales
The Crossmaker
Babe of the Worlds

Bob wants our opinions on the best audio drama episode of all time.

Dominic congratulations us on the launch of ATC Backstage.

Audio Drama Tidbits Segment

Update from Ian Bultman on some characters from the Heartsong episode of Brinkmans

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