Thursday, June 24, 2021 8:00 PM CDT
Atlanta Radio Theatre Company Presents "Lady Sherlock and the Case of the Woman in Red"
Artists: David Benedict
Description: A woman in red hires Lady Sherlock Holmes and her automaton, Doctor John Watson, to find her stolen diary. After a visit from Sherlock’s brother, Mycroft, Sherlock believes there is more to this woman than her licentious lifestyle.
Set in a world where England and France sail among the stars in Outer Atmospheric Ships, Lady Sherlock is a non-traditional hero in a universe filled with automatons, directed-energy beams, and analytical engines.
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Voice actor and Foley Master for ARTC. A love of performing and storytelling from a young age, Alice began seriously studying voice acting in 2018, joining ARTC in late 2019. One day you might even hear her voice in an animated film or video game!
Ariel Kasten is a film, stage, and voice actor in Atlanta, GA. She has performed with the Atlanta Radio Theatre company for 15+ years, including All You Zombies at the Heinlein Centennial celebration and Hephzibah Crane in Sleepy Hollow: The Ride Across America. Some of her other past credits include Winnifred in Once Upon a Mattress, Simon the Zealot in Jesus Christ Superstar, and Hedy La Rue in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. She is also the co-host of the Large Nerdron Collider Podcast on iHeartRadio.
William Alan Ritch has been working in audio theatre for nearly forty years now. He started out as writer, adapting the stories of others into audio drama. He has spent most of his time behind the scenes as a sound tech, producer, director, audio editor, and editor for recorded sound effects. He is the president of the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company.
Brian E. Smith
Brian E. Smith (Technical Director; Director - “Mildly Exciting Tales of Astonishment”) has been working with ARTC since 2018. An award-winning actor, director and sound designer, he is currently directing/producing ARTC’s first web series and overseeing the company’s expansion into online performance. He has previously worked in theatre, both regionally and in Los Angeles, as well as in TV/film. Outside of ARTC, he is a voiceover artist and audiobook narrator/producer.
This is Cailin Hurley's first time working on a radio theatre production, and she couldn't be more excited! She is new to the area, moving here after earning a B.S. in theatre from Middle Tennessee State University. Her credits and awards include The Adding Machine, The Blue Martini, and Best Director in the Ten Minute Play Festival at KCACTF Region 4. She is thankful to learn from this amazing group of artists! Enjoy the show!
Chris Jones has been teaching, directing, and acting in a wide variety of Theatrical venues from 1981 - to today; In such cities as New Orleans LA; Vienna, Austria; and Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, before coming to Atlanta. He has a B.A. from the College of Charleston in Arts Management. He was the Director of the Performing Arts Center of Indian River County, FL teaching Stagecraft and technical theater. For the last 5 years he has been Acting, Directing, Producing, and Writing for ARTC, while working to further their educational programs, local show offerings, and studio work.
Ellie Cook has been acting, writing and directing with the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company for three years. In addition to playing Lady Sherlock, she has also appeared as Conseil in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, written the noir series Fallen Angel, composed the music for ARTC’s most recent production of The Maltese Omelet, and directed The Dunwich Horror, a co-production with The Georgia Ensemble Theatre. She has also acted in and been a contributing writer for ARTC’s daily podcast, Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope.
Fiona K. Leonard has been with ARTC for over 25 years. She holds a degree in Theater from the University of Georgia and has performed in various shows and musicals around Atlanta. She has also spent an inordinate amount of time working in themed outdoor entertainment with Six Flags Over St Louis, Stone Mountain Park, and the Georgia Renaissance Festival. She is also the owner and operator of “The Toast of Christmas Past”, a Victorian a capella caroling group that performs during the holidays.
Hal has appeared in numerous ARTC productions over the past 15 years including the NATF live show in 2018. He did some audiobooks ten years ago but decided that it was wayyyy too much work... He has a day job as a Civil Engineer but is willing to entertain real offers of employment as an audio actor..... preferably highly paid cameos in A-list game titles.... Demo tape available on request!
Kailey Graziotto is new to the radio theatre scene, but nonetheless thrilled to participate! She will be a senior at Emory University in the fall, double majoring in English and Creative Writing and Theater Studies. There, she has stage managed The Arsonists and The Last Five Years, and written several original plays. Kailey is so grateful to the whole ARTC team for the chance to grow her technical theatre skills!
Stephen Miller reitred from the United States Air Force in 2018, after 22 years of service. Since his return to the Atlanta area he has appeared in several ARTC productions, as well as a digital staging of the play "Beau Geste" aired in July of 2020. His debut novel, “The White Rose and the Black City,” is available through Amazon.
Thomas Cage has been a fixture of Atlanta radio off and on for the past 20 years, first as a board operator and then an on-air personality on WKLS FM, 96 Rock, then later as a news anchor for WSB-AM. He is a commercial voice actor and former spokesperson on multiple stations up and down the dial, and the host / producer of the syndicated program, "The Swing Shift Radio Show - The Future of Retro Radio," and the award winning "Cocktails & Karaoke" show.
Since early 2018 Thomas has been a member of the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company, performing at numerous conventions and recording multiple programs for release on Audible.com.
Tony Sarrecchia is a storyteller whose tales include the award-winning Harry Strange Radio Drama, Lady Sherlock Holmes Adventures, and Scarlett Hood Chronicles; all full-cast audio dramas. He's written TV pilots, feature films, novellas, and short stories.At conventions and book signings he discusses writing, audio drama, B-movies, and popular culture. And dogs... he always wants to about his dogs and your dogs. Keep up with his projects at http://www.tsarecchia.com