Christmas Teddy

Christmas Teddy is taking place in the 1950’s but it still could be happening somewhere in the United States today. This particular story is about a local toy store, a little girl named Daphne and her family, who still believes in miracles.

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Darren Marlar as the Announcer
Joe Stofko as Andrew
Esther Specht as Daphne
Katie Dehnart as Mandy
James Smagata as Sam
Jon Specht as Brian)
Peter Katt as Officer Steve
Alexa Chipman as Anna
Capt. John Tadrzak as Mr. Williams
Jennifer Estep as Aleta

The Christmas Teddy was written by Capt. John Tadrzak, who retains all rights to the audio, written story and characters.

Music for “The Christmas Teddy” is courtesy of Kevin McLeod of Incompetec dot com, also from the CD “Elegant Chamber Music for Christmas”, and “E and E cello Music”.

Producer: Capt. John Tadrzak
Mixer/sound effects: James Smagata
Editor: Miles Liptak
Art Drawings by Steven “Sash” Scott
Visual effects by James Smagata
For Private use only
From The staff and CEO of Misfits Audio Productions, we wish you all a safe and happy Holidays.

Capt. John

This audio production was produced by Misfits Audio Production Company Copyright 2010.

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6 Comments to “Christmas Teddy”

  • We hope that you will download the “Silverlight” small program to watch this FANTASTIC visual version of our Christmas gift to you. Misfits Audio and all it’s staff hope that you have a very safe month and that you will enjoy the rest of our Christmas shows each Monday this month. Folks, It took a lot of people “volunteered” time to bring you this show, Please take a moment and leave them a message.

    Merry Christmas
    Capt. John Tadrzak
    CEO Misfits Audio

  • Good job everyone! Special kudos to Esther Specht and Sash Scott! Thank-you!

  • I wanted to listen to “The Christmas Teddy” because my son was the narrator and he had it posted on his Facebook page; however, even at 67 years old, I really enjoyed it. It’s a great story and everyone did a super job. Congratulations!

  • Thank You, It took a lot of GREAT people to accomplish this great story and give it life.
    Everyone should be proud. Fantastic work.
    Capt. John

  • Just like audio drama the times and seasons don’t change to a great degree. We can still capture the emotion of the time through words alone, yet the story is timeless in that many have either been in this place before, or are perhaps going through it now. This was time well spent. It took a tribe of misfits to make it happen – and we’re all better for the effort. Thank you all.

  • Thank you for your comments. With help from great people this audio was outstanding. Cap :-)

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