Staff at Misfits
Steve Carter is the writer-producer-actor composer responsible for the MisfitsAudio play for children Rapunzel. Originally from Canton, Ohio, Steve has lived in New York City since the mid 1980s where he has been involved in various performance activities. He is the singer in the band called Jolly Ramey as will as his solo multi-media efforts Tickled to Death. He has written for and performed in NY theater and is currently acting in film. He is a member of AFTRA.
Steve is committed to the wonderful art form of audio drama and will be producing more things for children and adults in the near future. He feels that audio drama is a very good imaginative from of entertainment for young children far superior to moving image and hopes to convince others of this. He is an avid listener to BBC Radio 4 audio plays. Steve Carter Facebook.
Writer: Adventures of Captain Kendrick, Father Christmas Letters, Help! I Tripped On My Cloak & Dagger! Hogan’s Heroes, Horatio Hornblower, Kelmah, Miranda, Nutcracker Mania, Pristinely Ungifted, Reign of Zoulvisia, Sir Philip de Barry, Torchwood: 1901
Post-Producer: Father Christmas Letters, Hogan’s Heroes, Miranda, Pristinely Ungifted
Chipman has a bachelor of fine art from Dominican University. She has worked backstage in the theatre since 1990 with companies such as Peninsula Ballet Theatre, Redwood Empire Ballet, Marin Ballet and Marin Dance Theatre. Her stage production credits include The Chronicles of Narnia, The Great Divorce, Bijoux, Nutcracker, The Last Unicorn and more. She has been involved in independant film since 2000, and has published the book Far & Away: History of Lady Washington as well as several novels. She began writing and acting in online audio drama at Darker Projects in November, 2007 and has since assisted BrokenSea, MisfitsAudio and others.
Stevie K. Farnaby
Post-Producer: Torchwood: 1901
Voice Actors: Doctor Who: Leela, Snape’s Diaries, Torchwood: 1901
He is a Northern English male, with a massive interest in sci-fi / fantasy, music, artwork and photography. He owns his own home recording studio, and trained as a sound engineer / producer. In that capacity he worked for a number of years at a local commercial studio, and also engineered bands in a live environment as well. He worked with numerous artists across a variety of genres, some famous, and some not so famous. He simply adores making sound effects, and voicing characters for audio dramas. He is currently producing the ‘Maudelayne’ series, and have just released a new Music-based EP: Electric Grasshopper.
Post-Producer: Help! I Tripped On My Cloak & Dagger Episode 2
Voice Actor: Miranda
He is based near Cambridge in the UK and came across modern audio drama through Darker Projects’ The Section 31 Files. This led to his involvement in the LA based Hidden Frontier and Scotland based Star Trek Intrepid online Star Trek fan films, whose web sites he now runs. Hudson began mixing audio productions, such as Jack and the Beanstalk, Federation One for Hidden Frontier, Star Trek Diplomatic Relations for Frontline Productions and Tom Crean. His voice acting credits include shows at BrokenSea, Darker Projects, Gypsy Audio, Pendant Productions, Frontline Productions, Temporal Studios, Necropolis Studios, Kung Fu Action Theatre and others.
Writer: Jim Nolan, PI, Strange Stories
Mike holds a BS in Journalism from Suffolk University in Boston. He began writing audio scripts in 2007. He has written a number of scripts for his series with Misfits Audio, Strange Stories and Jim Nolan, Private Eye [which he co-created with Arlene Osborne]. In 2008, Mike won second place in a script-writing competition for the Friends of Old-Time Radio. The following year, Strange Stories was nominated for three Parsec Awards; the “Takeover at the Toymart” episode was itself nominated for a Uni Award. In 2009, Mike received two honorable mention awards from Imagination Theater’s script-writing contest, one for “A Heavenly Price,” which became an episode of Strange Stories. In 2010, his series with The Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air, Solutions, Inc., will premiere. He resides in Medway, Massachusetts, with his son, Zachary.
Writer: Animé Christmas
Post-Producer: Animé Christmas
Voice Actor: Snape’s Diaries
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Charles W. “Chuck” Russell
Writer: Sally’s Daddy vs. The Alligator
Chuck is a fairly normal, mild-mannered kind of guy. But beneath his placid exterior beats the heart of a 1930s and 1940s style pulp writer. He has written for Shoestring Radio Theater, Darker Projects (Tales from the Museum) and one story for Misfits, so far. He also won the Friends of Old Time Radio script contest in 2006. Right now, his biggest ambition is to figure out how to get paid for doing this.
Writer: Lady From Day
Post-Producer: Nutcracker Mania, Sally’s Daddy vs. The Alligator, Snape’s Diaries, Tom’s Diary
Voice Actor: Pristinely Ungifted, Torchwood: 1901, Jim Nolan, Small Worlds
April Sadowski is a full-time graphic and web designer with a degree in Applied Business in Advertising Art from SAA, and is the owner of Aibrean’s Studio. She is also a writer, voice actor, and producer. She has written five novels (The Great Marriage of Lunamae, Lady from Day, The Cycle, Underland, and Moments in Time), one of which has been adapted for radio (www.ladyfromday.com) and has been aired on Sonic Society. Her voice acting is extensive with various roles in on-going productions at TWERP, Darker Projects, Imagination Lane, MisfitsAudio, Pendant, and BrokenSea Audio Productions and has done professional voice work as well. In her down time she enjoys listening to music, writing, reading, and working on her other hobby- making hemp jewelry (www.hempharbor.com). She lives in Ohio with her husband and three devious cats.
Steven “Sash” Scott
Illustrator: Green Lantern, Harvey Klaxon, The Lone Ranger
Steven “Sash” Scott is a graduate from the Art Institute of Philadelphia and a writer residing in Suitland Maryland where he used to teach martial arts. He plies his craft as a freelance artist, illustrating children books such as The Adventures of Diggle, Boogie, and LoLo, by Eric Kellum, The Gift of Blessing, by Connie Akpan and several others. In addition he has lent his artistic talent to Gaia’s Voyages, The Spirit Blade Underground, and Darker Projects. He has penned work for theatrical and audio productions for Dominion Church of Washington DC’s Drama Ministry and The Spirit Blade Underground. He has also designed and constructed stage sets and special effects for various dramatic productions for Dominion Church.
A diehard fan of science fiction, Shakespeare, animé, and bible stories, Steven combines these interests in creator-owned comic strips and graphic novels. He has a passion for and talent in, almost all genres of art. He has been a listener of long standing to BBC7′s Seventh Dimension. His introduction to fan-based audio productions was BrokenSea Audio Production’s adaptation of, The Planet of the Apes and Doctor Who.
Post-Producer: The Adventures of Archie Andrews, George & Gracie, Little Moccasin Foot, ROB, Star Rabbit Tracks
A graduate of Brock University in St Catharines, Ontario Canada, Jim worked in Alberta as Technical Manager of the Theatre at Grande Prairie Regional College, involving himself closely with Community Theatre groups as well as the CITT (Canadian Institute for Theatre Technology- he was President of the Ontario section for 4 years), College Players and Drama Department. During his stint at GPRC, he ran live sound mixes and conducted workshops on Technical Theatre of all sorts. Jim has worked with Christopher Plummer and Sir Peter Ustinov as Stage Manager. His stage credits include Guys and Dolls, The Fantastiks, Whose Life Is It Anyway?, The Hobbit, West Side Story and Little Shop of Horrors as well as many others. After moving to Ontario, he became Centrepointe Theatre’s Chief of Production Services, and designed a critically acclaimed production of Into The Woods Since 1993 he has been the Theatre Technical Director at the University of Toronto at Mississauga and teaches Stagecraft. His website is http://theatreerindale.com.
Capt. John Tadrzak
Writer: Frosty, George & Gracie, ROB: Galactic Weather, Star Rabbit Tracks, The Twelve Days of Christmas
Voice Actor: Adventures of Captain Kendrick, Coriolanus, Doctor Who: Leela, George & Gracie, Miranda, Pristinely Ungifted, ROB, Star Trek: The Computer Frontier
John went through school at North Royalton, Ohio. At the young age of 17 he joined the army, and shortly after spent a year in Vietnam with the 4th Infantry Divisions as a grunt. After service with the army, he went to Cuyahoga Community College where he received his associates’ degree. He spent the next 28 years in the service of the United States Government. After retiring from the Government he got involved in voice acting and proceeded to write ROB. Since the writing bug bit him, he wrote Santa Claus and the North Star, as well as various radio plays for Misfits Audio, of which he is CEO and owner.