BRASS: The Devil in Whitechapel Episode 2

Falling Rocks and Flying Knives. Trapped in The Spookhouse, the deathtrap-laden lair of the villainous Peck-in-the-Crown, the Brasses have their ingenuity tested to the shattering point, while a sinister conspiracy stays one step ahead of them. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS

BRASS Artist Profile: Anson Maddocks

For our current mini-series “The Devil in Whitechapel,” we wanted to create new promotional artwork more in keeping with its horror-themed atmosphere. So we commissioned an artist particularly well-known for his mastery of the sinister, the strange, and the macabre, Anson Maddocks. Maddocks created a huge number of original art for cards in the early days of Magic: the Gathering … Read More

The Devil in Whitechapel Cast List

Episode 1 Lady Brass: Kate Kraay Lord Brass: Ron Richardson Cultist, Emily Crowley:  Katherine Grant-Suttie Alice the Maid/Loveday Brooke Lauren Huston Cultist, Peck in the Crown: Tadd Morgan Narrator: John Longenbaugh Written by John Longenbaugh and Tadd Morgan Mixed by Kirsty Gillmore Engineered by Joel Berman Music by Benedict Edwards Main BRASS Theme and Special Whitechapel Version by Amanda Laven

BRASS: The Devil In Whitechapel Episode 1

Crooks and Nannies: Lord and Lady Brass pay a visit on a grieving widow, and find themselves drawn head-first into the mystery of a missing child. Cast List Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS

At Long Last…PATREON!

Yay! Our Patreon is FINALLY UP! So what is it? Patreon is a bit like a busker’s hat. Instead of seeking producers at the start of a project or buyers for a finished product, the Patreon model is to allow our supporters to show their appreciation for what we’re doing while we’re doing it. As we’ve all heard, the internet’s … Read More

Fears for Ears

When we think of the great first era of American radio drama in the 1930s and ’40s, the suspense and horror shows always receive a particular place of pride. Inner Sanctum, Lights Out, Quiet Please, Suspense, Escape, The Mysterious Traveler–these featured a stunning collection of guest appearances by great actors of the stage and screen. Some of the best writers … Read More

From Broadcast to Podcast: A Brief Overview of BRASS on the Radio

While BRASS has been in production for three years, we’ve only been available as a podcast since the middle of 2016. Prior to that, our listenership came through a loosely-constructed network of radio stations, both commercial and private. The biggest boon to our show was two and a half years ago, when our first season was included in Seattle’s Imagination … Read More

BRASS: The Company We Keep!

The narrator for the most recent episode of BRASS Stacks is Seattle favorite Nikki Visel. Originally from Michigan, Visel came to Seattle via Chicago to start a theater company focused on original work–and liked the city enough to stay when the company disbanded. She soon found herself with a regular berth at Taproot Theatre, one of the city’s premiere mid-size … Read More

BRASS Stacks 4: The Storyteller by Saki

For this episode, we return to the English master of the short sharp shock, Saki, and a delightfully mischievous narrative about the sort of tales children really enjoy, “The Storyteller.” Podcast (brass-stacks): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS

From Page to Podcast: How We Make BRASS Stacks

While we complete edits on our new BRASS serial “The Devil in Whiechapel,” we’re adding a new podcast, BRASS Stacks, where great Victorian and Edwardian short stories are narrated by a rotating company of actors. (Check it out this week for a new short story by the astonishing Virginia Woolf.) Compared to the complexities and people needed to create our … Read More