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    Chris Harrington joins the Cast of Continuum Force!

    Chris Harrington Headshot 2014Brazen Wench Productions and Transmissions From Atlantis is very excited to announce the addition of veteran voice actor Chris Harrington to the cast of Continuum Force! Chris is indeed an actor in spite of all his many attempts to be something else. He is currently playing the role of “Mr. Flask” in the audio adventure “Dr. Geek’s Laboratory of Applied Geekdom.” He recently appeared in Broken Pieces, directed and produced by David Toda. Late in the twentieth century, he performed in three seasons as a member of the Comedy troupe “Humerus” of Davis California, despite having never attended the university there. Before that, he has participated in numerous drama classes and school productions mostly for his love of behaving strangely while wearing silly costumes.

    Chris received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2011 for Visual Effects and Animation from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. It turns out being a good animator means being a good actor too, so in one of his last semesters at the Academy, he played roughly half of the role of the Uncle in Paula Vogel’s “How I Learned to Drive,” again under the direction of David Toda. This constant, off-again on-again fascination with acting lead Chris to the role of Mister Flask, and his degree and various other life experiences allowed him to also wear the hats of Art Director and “Audio Imagineer” for Dr. Geek’s Lab.

    If he had a motto it would be, “Live simply, and have complicated fantasies!”

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    Lorie Kellogg joins the Continuum Force!

    LorieKellogg-headshot-OCT-2013-06-150dpiContinuum Force is proud to announce the addition of Lorie Kellogg to our growing cast line up.

    Lorie will play Rebecca Dannard, as well as many of the incidental characters on the show. Lorie received a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute where she studied painting, printmaking, photography, commercial design and video. Continuing to Graduate School at the California Institute of the Arts she received her MFA in Film/Video.

    After meeting her husband Joe Bevilacqua in 1996 they created Waterlogg Productions. Lorie began to utilize her comic voice and created many characters on their 4 year run of the Comedy-O-Rama Hour on XM radio. Lorie’s work can be heard on audio books and podcasts that include radio drama, science fiction, documentary, comedy and biography and all are available for download at www.waterlogg.com. All their podcasts and audio books can easily be found on her Waterlogg Productions Podcast app and can be downloaded at the Google Play Store for free.

    Lorie is still a graphic designer creating all the design for Waterlogg Production. She also designs websites, logos, newsletters, newspaper & magazine layout, package design, ad design, and edits video & audio. As well as The Comedy-O-Rama Hour, Lorie interviews authors on her podcast Lorie’s Book Nook for The Bear Manor Radio Network (www.bearmanorradio.com).

    The post Lorie Kellogg joins the Continuum Force! appeared first on Transmissions From Atlantis.

    Episode 68 – Disney’s Frozen Phenomenon

    The new and improved Transmissions From Atlantis is on the air! JC and Rita have re-designed the show to have four major segments. It all begins with the main topic – which this week features a discussion on the phenomenon that is Disney’s Frozen. Disney experts Doctor Scott Viguie and NY Times Bestselling author Debbie Viguie join us for this discussion.

    Famous Cosplayer and Ken Spivey Band Member Allison Farrell joins Rita for a weekly segment on Cosplay. This week they talk about getting the most for your cosplay money. We introduce a new segment, TFA Audio Theater, featuring the gutwrenching first chapter of JC’s Atlantis adventure novel Ancient Rising.

    Finally, in our Doctor Who segment, we ponder what kind of Doctor Peter Capaldi will bring to us. Check out the new and improved Transmissions From Atlantis!

    Transmissions From Atlantis 68 Lineup 

    0:50 Opening

    4:05 Main Topic – Disney’s Frozen Phenomenon
    Featuring Dr. Scott and NY Times Best Selling Author Debbie Viguie. Why is Frozen so successful? Where does it rank among other Disney films? Where does Disney go next?

    31:39 Cosplay with Rita and Allison – Getting the Most for your money

    How did the girls get started in cosplay? How do you find bargains to complete your cosplay?

    51:50 TFA Audio Theater – Ancient Rising Chapter One

    Chapter One of JC’s epic novel is a gut wrenching lead into the amazing search for Atlantis. What set off Dan Ryan on his amazing adventure? Terrible tragedy.

    1:21:31 Doctor Who – What type of Doctor will Peter Capaldi be?

    JC and Rita look at Capaldi’s career and try to predict how he will play the Doctor.

    1:36:49 Closing – featuring the cover of “Let it Go” by Alex Boye

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    Transmissions From Atlantis is looking to feature your audio drama show!

    Transmissions From Atlantis is starting an audio theater segment during our podcasts. We’ll have original content but we’re also looking to provide exposure to other audio dramas who might want to get the word out. We’re looking for Science Fiction, Fantasy or Horror audio dramas that run about 25 minutes (or less) per episode.

    If you have a show you think we might be interested in – hit us up at hosts-at-transmissionsfromatlantis.com (change the -at- to an @).

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