if famous playwright William Shakespeare had been
haunting theaters since his death, just to see how his
plays were being treated. What might he say about the
productions he has seen for over 400 years, the actors
he has watched, and his own life? The setting for
Shakespeare's Ghost is an unnamed theater during a
terrible production of Hamlet. Rather than let us suffer
through the bad acting, Shakespeare materializes and
shares with us the story of his life, his work, and
productions of his plays through the centuries. J.T.
Turner brings the Bard to life in this adapted audio
version of his successful one-man stage show.
paranormal comedy series. Professor Walton (Jerry
Robbins) and Sgt. Longstreet (J.T. Turner) take on
various cases of the supernatural, and along with their
valet, Mansfield (Hugh Metzler) encounter vampires,
ghosts and cavemen, and time travel. Lots of
laughs await you with each case of Solutions, Inc.
LADY AND THE GHOST: Walton and Longstreet come to
the aid of a wealthy man whose home is haunted by a
beautiful female ghost.
MAN: Something has turned Walton and Longstreet's
usually sardonic valet, Mansfield, into a drunken
THE WATERS: Solution's Inc.'s latest client
believes that wishes he has been granted are now being
BITING: Vampire Cornelius Hastings asks Walton and
Longstreet's help in becoming "unvampirized."
CHANGE: A scientist believes that a fellow
researcher is ruining his reputation by changing
the Otis family; Mister and Missus, and their four children -
Washington, the twins called Stars and Stripes, and their daughter
Virginia. They've just moved from America and into the English
country manor of Canterville Chase. Though rumors persist that
the house is haunted, the Otis's have none of it, and set out making
the house their own. Then come the mysterious
clanking chains and the bloodstains on the floor, and soon even the
Otis family must come face to face with that most feared of
creatures - The Canterville Ghost. But will the Ghost be
able to survive his encounters
with the erstwhile Americans? Based on the immortal short story
by Oscar Wilde, the award-winning Colonial Radio Theatre presents this
most macabrely witty tale about life, death, love, fear, and
Pinkerton's Champion Stain Remover. The Canterville Ghost comes
to life in a spirited production - filled with lush music and
evocative sound effects - which will have you laughing and shrieking
in equal measure.