The Eye of Van Gogh

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Meatball Fulton, the creator of Jack, Ruby, The Android Sisters, and many others, was asked by "Hear Now: The Audio Fiction & Arts Festival," to put together a retrospective for the festival. He selected scenes from his favorite stories, starting with "The Fourth Tower of Inverness," and on through the decades. In fact, he created quite a lavish production, weaving in his comments along with Tim Clark's music. It's also a nice sampler of our stories, especially for those who are not familiar with our productions. And it's Free!

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Dave Adams

During a recent film shoot, Dave Adams (Mojo) came up from Philadelphia to be filmed in our studio. Dave talked about working with Robert Lorick (Jack) over all these years, what it meant to him, and how deeply it affected him. Before the interview began, Dave read a few of the letters we received after Robert’s passing. It’s very touching.