Medical Records & Stethoscope

Like a Phoenix Rising

Surrounding ourselves in a shroud of secrecy, we have once again launched LTG Productions (formerly Los Tres Gatos – LTG, get it?).

What began as a goof a number of years ago for a friend and I to produce a play that I had written has actually turned into a thing…an evolving thing, but a thing nonetheless.

LTG will be producing Podcasts, staged readings and full-blown productions throughout 2015. And if the influx of plays we have received so far is any indication, it’s going to be a very challenging selection process for us and, we hope, a very rewarding season for you. Readings and productions are costly ventures and since we were eager to get moving we decided to start with something a little different.

A Podcast…of a play. Think old timey radio, before the talking box replaced it.

We have named the Podcast, Black Box Radio and are pleased to announce our first official release is a play of mine called:

Results

What happens when a young couple receive some rather shocking news about their son?

Find out:


Written by Keith R. Higgons
Directed by E.M. Burkhard

Cast:
Dr. Gladsone…Arthur Aulisi
Mrs. Ferguson…Claire Lebowitz
Mr. Ferguson…Josh Marcantel
Nurse…Becky Copley

Music courtesy of Lee Brooks

Engineered and Mixed by Chris Gilroy

You can, and should, sign up for it on iTunes by clicking HERE.

You can also find Black Box Radio by clicking here or here.

Theater is a losing game these days but there are still a few of us out here who believe that American Theater is still beating and still critical to the development of all kinds of creativity. As 1/2 of LTG Productions, it is our goal to bring as much of that to you as we can.

We’ve lined up our next Podcast and are currently casting.

In the interim, you may find one or two vintage recordings, much like “Tables Turning” pop up. So if you like this sort of thing, and we hope you do, you may wanna sign up.

And if you like what you hear, please share it with someone you may think will enjoy it. Or on Facebook, the Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, LinkedIn…well, you get the idea…if you like it share it.

Cheers!