We just released the first part of our four-part Season 2 finale, “Pattern Language.” This is the third of six new episodes that we are releasing biweekly this summer, representing “Phase III” of the second season. This story is part of the second season of The Gray Area. You can follow the overarching story through this episode guide.
(In addition, we also received an NYFA grant to put on a live show, which will be staged sometime in the early fall. The show will take place somewhere between Seasons 2 and 3, will be free to the public, and will feature numerous members of our remarkably talented cast.)
Here are a number of useful links: (The Gray Area website) (the iTunes feed) (the Libsyn RSS feed) (the Podchaser feed)
Here’s the synopsis:
Pat Goras and Lucy Didas are a happy couple living in a fantastical suburban realm preparing for a delightful dragon brisket barbeque with their neighbors. But when a strange portal opens in their backyard, their lives and roles become permanently altered within the very Gray Area itself! (Running time: 20 minutes, 54 seconds)
Written, produced, and directed by Edward Champion.
Pat Goras/The Fajita Demon: Pete Lutz
Lucy Didas/The Cunning Demon: Leanne Troutman
The Neurotic Demon: Melissa Medina
The Counting Demon: Vlasto Pejic
The Angsty Demon: Nick Boesel
Miss Gaskell: Chris Smith
and Zack Glassman as The Receptionist
Creature Voices by Samantha Cooper and Rachel Baird
Incidental music licensed through Neosounds and MusicFox.
Additional music composed by Edward Champion
Sound design, editing, engineering, and mastering by a bald man in Brooklyn who once considered reciting Dr. Seuss’s Green Eggs and Ham in Latin.
Thank you for listening!
Behind the Scenes:
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Pardon my laughter, but @glassmanegerie always cracks me up, so much so that I often end my recording sessions with him with a pain in my chest from holding in my laughter (because you can't get this on tape!). This afternoon, the Receptionist returned to record lines for the season finale. Here, Zack turned my goofy dialogue about beer pong into something strangely poetic. This role continues to become more complicated and it's all thanks to the fun exuberant nuances that Zack brings here. Thank you, Zack! #audiodrama #acting #recording #voiceover #character #poetry #beerpong #salmon #metaphor #actors #comedy #laughter