This exciting collection of radio comedy from Waterlogg Productions features four must-listens: Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Missing Countess; A Joe Bev Audio Theater Sampler, Vol. 3; A Joe Bev Audio Theater Sampler, Vol. 4; and Simon Studio Presents, Vol. 1.
1. Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Missing Countess by Jon Koons, produced by Joe Bevilacqua, and read by Jon Koons, with Joe Bevilacqua
Scotland Yard is puzzled. A young countess has gone missing, and Sherlock Holmes, the world's greatest detective, is summoned. Accompanied by the redoubtable Watson, Holmes must juggle the clues. What does he see? Why does he instruct Watson to bring his wife to the circus three days later? And why does Watson keep sneezing? An original Holmes adventure, it is one of Holmes' more whimsical cases.
Bonus Tracks: Noted fictional newsman Walter Cockeyed (Joe Bev) fills in for Joe Bevilacqua to present an interview with Jon Koons, the actor-writer-director behind the new stage play Cockeyed Radio: Sherlock Holmes' Misadventures with Abbott & Costello, sponsored by Brooklyn Seltzer Boys and Thayers Natural Remedies. Also heard is The Mystery of the Creepy Hack Writer, the first installment of Joe Bev's 10-part audio parody series, the Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes.
2. A Joe Bev Audio Theater Sampler, Vol. 3, produced and directed by Joe Bevilacqua
This collection offers more audio drama, comedy, biography, and documentary from veteran award-winning radio dramatist Joe Bevilacqua. Together with his wife, Lorie Kellogg, Bevilacqua has amassed thousands of hours of audio entertainment through his Waterlogg Productions and Blackstone Audio. Each half hour is beautifully produced with an original cast of professional actors, sound effects, and music.
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What a rip off i thought I was paying for a audio book but it was a collection of I dont know what.....advertising mostly for his website
- paul leeber