Part improvisation, part audio cartoon, The Camp Waterlogg Chronicles, Seasons 1 - 5 is a five-volume collection of the successful comedy show created by two radio-theater veterans.
Each volume contains six one-hour segments of the comic misadventures of Sergeant Lefty, Olive Pitts, Ellis the Boatkeeper, Squeaky Lkie, Stinky Peter, Mrs. Terwilliger, and all the wacky denizens of Camp Waterlogg, the dilapidated camp for kids in the Catskills. The creation of husband-and-wife team Joe Bevilacqua (Joe Bev) and Lorie Kellogg, theses episodes are part of the Comedy-O-Rama Hour, a successful radio theater show on Sirius XM Radio.
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
I would recommend possibly to an older person making sure they knew of the numerous commercials that happen over and over.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
The interviews and some of the stories were good, but there are often many times of confusion and talking over one another. Plus there are many episodes that just copy stuff from the past.
Did the narrators do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?
Other than the kids the listen can generally tell who is who based on the voices.
Did Camp Waterlogg Chronicles, Seasons 1 - 5 inspire you to do anything?
I did listen to the entire thing. I love camp and old radio shows. It didn't make me want to hear more or go to their overly advertised website to hear more.