Options The Acousmatic Theater Hour with Karinne and Jason G: Playlist from October 5, 2009 Options

Radio plays. Found audio. Call-in community theater, inside jokes and outsider art. Spoken word and sonic weirdness. For one hour every week, the Acousmatic Hour brings you theater -- OF THE MIND!!

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Options October 5, 2009: So Many Important Things

a walking tour of anywhere

special production of the Acousmatic Theater Hour

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Bernard Fevre  Monster Laborotory   Options The Strange World of Bernard Fevre  L'illustration Musicale   
 
Music behind DJ:
Bernard Fevre 
Savana Melody   Options The Strange World of Bernard Fevre  L'illustration Musicale  jason speaks as kk fumbles with usb sticks. 
Acoustatic Theater Hour  So Many Important Things   Options     an ATH original production for the CONFLUX festival. Conceived, edited, produced, and directed by Karinne Keithley and Jason Grote, and performed by Jenny Seastone Stern. Written by Annie Nocenti, Amber Reed, Carlos Murillo, Drew Haxby, Elana Greenfield, Guy DeBord, Jason Grote, Jen Collins, Jennifer Dumpert, Jennifer Michael Hecht, Karinne Keithley, Leah Souffrant, Lorraine Martindale, Matthew Burgess, Mimi Lipson, Peggy Nelson, Rebecca Solnit, Susan L. Miller, and Walter Benjamin. 

Listener comments!

  Mon. 10/5/09 5:09pm G:

FWIW, the last show is still linked to on the homepage, not this one...
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:10pm Carmichael:

10-4 G, I had to hunt and peck to find this here page.
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:11pm Karinne`:

yeah, a little sign-out error we can't fix from the studio. thanks for hunting around and finding us yalls.
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:14pm Pete:

Sorry to ask a dumb question, but where'd the name "Acousmatic" come from?
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:16pm Karinne:

It came from the dictionary (for us). Means something heard without a visible source. Apparently Pythagorus is the earliest acknowledged acousmatic artist: he liked to give his lectures from behind a screen. Never mind all the stuff about chickens.
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:20pm Pythagoras:

It worked in theorem, anyhow.
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:21pm Carmichael:

Eeee-Yaysus ..... Shecky Pythagoras.
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:22pm Pete:

Thanks - was hoping you'd say that. I was a philosophy major, and akousma (akousmata) was a word and concept that I always liked, for some reason
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:25pm Pythy G:

Thank you, thank you, ladles and jellyspoons! Rim shot, please. I'll be here all week. Shows at 8 and 10.
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:32pm Andre Previn:

ha ha ha ha ha ha i invisibled you.
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:32pm Walter B:

I smell Verfremdungseffekt!
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:40pm Bertolt B:

He who smelt it dealt it!
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:45pm Walt B:

You dealt it, Bert! How soon we forget. So much for Proust and memory.

Say hi to Ernie for me.
  Mon. 10/5/09 5:47pm Jerz:

this is great. I'll miss you guys
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