Part 1 of LYDIA'S FUNERAL, an hour long audio-noir suspense drama.
Jerome and April meet at the funeral of a mutual friend, Lydia. The closer they get to each other, the darker and more sinister becomes the relationship as their lives spiral downward... all centered around the mysterious woman Lydia.
This radio theater peice involves mystery and romance, raw emotions, lies and secrets, submission and domination, seduction and twisted eroticism. Contains profanity, nudity, drug use, voilence, and kinky sexual content, (however most of this occurs in part 2...)
An annual (usually around late August or early September) four-hour-long variety show mixing live and pre-recorded performances of dada, surrealism, and many of their diverse offspring drawing on both classic and new material, all transposed for radio and performed by KBOO volunteers, enthusiasts, and artists of the genre from the local to the international. If you have any interest in participating (in any way: actor, singer, musician, reader, director, writer, editor) in the production of Desolo Luna Vox Theatrum please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The final part of the Ubu Xmas Special for 2008 gives us this rather depressing radio theater peice about some poor guy spending Chrismas alone, and unable to reach his friends or family. We've also tacked on the credits and stuff for the rest of the show.
It's the final Christmas at the Tush Whitehouse. Dubya's mother, Babs, gets to work rallying relatives to appropriate all the furnishings before the new first family moves in, while Prick Cheney works Dubya overtime in signing over everything to their corporate allies. It's the final chapter in the Ubu Hour's hilarous but tragic look at the Tush Administration. Everyone has been asking us, what is the Ubu Hour going to do, now that we don't have these clowns to make fun of anymore.
Santa Claus Is Coming, Part 2 of the Ubu Hour's 2008 Xmas Special. What can we say? Rudolf is drunk and puking, Santa is a mean old grump who whips his reindeer too hard, Homeland Security stops him for flying over American air space, and Jesus even makes an appearance in this irreverent, profanity-laced Christmas story that ends with Santa hanging out with a bunch of ho ho hos. WARNING: This radio theater peice contains sex, violence, vomiting and other material that may be objectional to some listeners.