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  • Redfield Arts Audio produces award-winning audio drama and audio books. The company also provides narration, music and audio editing services for authors, corporate presentations, indie publishers and film, commercial and television productions. Our audio dramas are produced with full professional voice casts, sound effects, and original music. Our titles are available worldwide on Audible, iTunes, CDBaby, and Compact Disc (CD). If you need narration, music or audio editing for a project, please don't hesitate to contact us at: Telephone: 443-601-5205 Telephone 2: 818-522-7604 Email: Mailing Address: Redfield Arts Audio P. O. Box 19428 Baltimore, Maryland 21206
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  • In Conversation with Gary D. Rhodes, author of “Vampires in the Silent Cinema”( Ep 24 - 3)
    Jun 7 2024
    In Conversation with Gary D. Rhodes, author of “Vampires in the Silent Cinema”. Gary and Mark Redfield chat about his new book, published by Edinburgh University Press, and all things vampires, silent film, and contemporary cinematic vampires. Gary D. Rhodes is an accomplished author, film historian, filmmaker, and teacher. Look for “Vampires in Silent Cinema” on Amazon, along with Rhodes’ other brilliant film books, essays, and novels! Thanks for listening to the podcast, and for subscribing to the our podcast! © 2024 Mark Redfield Studios. For more great audio, books and drama, visit Always the human voice! NEVER “A.I.”!
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    1 hr and 22 mins
  • Before Edgar Poe - The Poet's Irish Heritage (Ep 24-2)
    Jan 17 2024
    DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! For more great audio visit: THE POE FAMILY COMES FROM IRELAND! It begins, as far back as can be reliably traced, to Edgar’s great-great-grandfather David Poe in the town of Dring, County Cavan, Ireland, about 75 miles north of Dublin. (There are going to be a few “Davids” in our brief re-cap, so get your score cards ready!) There is no record of David Poe’s birth, only of his death in 1742. He was a farmer and overseer of Parrish roads in Kidallan in County Cavan. It is possible (but there is no definite proof) that he was descended from the Dr. Leonard Poe who was the official physician for King James I and later for King Charles I. David Poe, who married a woman named Sarah, gave birth to a son called John (date unknown). John Poe (Edgar’s great-grandfather) married Jane McBride and immigrated to America sometime around 1749 or 1750. They lived briefly in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and then moved and settled in Baltimore, Maryland. David and Jane had 10 children. Their son David (Edgar’s grandfather—still with me?) was born in either 1742 or 1743 before they came to America. Featuring poetry read by Mark Redfield by: - Edgar Allan Poe - Samuel Beckett - Jane Wilde - William Butler Yeats "Auld Lang Syne" performed by Jennifer Rouse Original content © Mark Redfield Studios
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    22 mins
  • "THE DRUM MAJOR" Starring Michael Mack as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (Ep. 24-2)
    Jan 9 2024
    Mark Redfield Studios Presents THE DRUM MAJOR A Palatine Hill production With Michael Mack as the voice of Martin Luther King, Jr. Narrated by Jim Pollack and Leslie Willson Music and Sound by Jennifer Rouse Recorded at Drat Productions. Audio Engineer, Bill Dickson “Canaan Land” performed by Donal Leace Special Thanks to Jeff Herberger Produced by Michael Mack and Jim Pollock Written and Directed by Michael Mack. THE DRUM MAJOR explores the last and most challenging year in the life of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Written and Directed by Michael Mack (HOUSE OF CARDS, HEAD OF STATE, STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION), THE DRUM MAJOR features narration by producer Jim Pollock, with Leslie Willson, Music and Sound Design by associate producer Jennifer Rouse, and a special performance of the song CANAAN LAND by folk music legend Donal Leace, who marched with Dr. King in the 1960s. “Mack,” who portrays the Voice of Dr. King, “is a compelling actor” raves The Washington Post. For more great audio essays, audio drama, and audio books, please visit and DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!
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    22 mins

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