The Ancient Radio Players
The Okie Red Dust Review
This show is a comedy/variety show that lampoons life in
small-town Oklahoma. The show is set at the radio station of the mythical town
of Red Dust, OK. The shows satirize news, weather, sports, cooking shows, car
help shows, furniture repair shows, poetry, tradio, and the list goes on and on. Bret
Jones writes all of the shows and we have a group of musicians that write all the songs and music for the performances; we
pride ourselves in the fact that all of our shows are original and not cover material.
We have performed our show on the road and will continue to do so in the future.
Some of our fans have called this the Okie version of A Prairie Home Companion.
That may be pushing it, but well take the compliment just the same.
This series chronicles the adventures of Ian Pierce, Jack
Long, and Peter Ivonovichan Englishman, American, and Russian. Assembled by a
mysterious group known as The Organization, these three heroes hop around the globe righting wrongs, getting the girls, and
exchanging witty repartee. The show is set up as a serial with each chapter finishing
with a cliff hanger ending. Each story is told in a seven-chapter format. The boys may have to chase down a missing stealth missing in one adventure and then
hunting werewolves in the next. These shows are studio shows that are not recorded
in front of an audience. Bret writes the scripts and the influences for the show
are the old time radio shows: I Love a Mystery, I Love Adventure, and Adventures
This is the groups horror anthology series. Hats off go to old time radio programs such as: Inner Sanctum,
Lights Out!, and Weird Circle. The shows are all studio efforts that focus on
darker images and storylines. The shows are designed for listening to in the
dark and letting the imagination run wild. The realm of Dark Sanctuary sees werewolves,
vampires, and other of the nights creatures brought to life. Bret writes the
shows with Rudy Lupinski providing the original music score. These shows are
perfect for the Halloween season, or any other time, for that matter.