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16 Aug / Podcast Episode 10: Education
In which we celebrate the letter Y, purity rings, and Jane Austen.
With performances by Will Greenberg, Martha Marion, Frank Smith, Ryan Harrison, Jen Burton, Dan Oster, Lauren Flans, Dylan Ris, Mikey Wells, Brenton Kossack, Rich Ramberg, and Dave McKeever. Written by Martha Marion, Frank Smith, Ryan Harrison, Lauren Flans, Dylan Ris, Rich Ramberg and Mikey Wells. Directed by Martha Marion. Produced by Dave McKeever.
The clip is the last-day-of-summer-camp-based “Sweets & Sours” sketch from our Hauntings episode. Succotash previously promoted one of our early podcasts back in December, and as host Marc Hershon notes, “I’m happy to report they are still funny.” Also guest co-host Monica Hamburg (of the Vancouver-based true crime podcast Dazed and Convicted) praises our accurate portrayal of team-building exercises.
We come in at 1:17:25 of this special double-length episode, but you should really listen to the whole thing, because it’s a great show and one of the very best gateways to all the good stuff happening on the comedy podcast scene.
12 Jul / Podcast Episode 9 – Secrets
In which he learn about Kevin Spacey’s, Helen Mirren’s, and Ed Begley Jr.’s deepest secrets.
Performances by Will Greenberg, Ryan Harrison, Lauren Flans, Frank Smith, Jen Burton, Dan Mahoney, Dan Oster, Martha Marion, Mikey Wells, Dylan Ris, Brenton Kossak and Rich Ramberg. Words by Dan Oster, Frank Smith, Ryan Flans and Dylan Ris. Directed by Dan Oster. Produced by Mikey Wells, Dylan Ris, and Dave McKeever.
05 Jun / Podcast Episode 8: Hauntings
In which you take a terrifying journey to the Other Side on your favorite theme park ride.
02 May / Satellite Episode: Ghost Stories
With Jack preparing for a live show, producer Alan plays a track he doesn’t really get.
Performances by Dave McKeever, Dan Oster, Lauren Flans, Martha Marion and Ryan Harrison. Words by Lauren Ludwig, Frank Smith and Ryan Harrison. Directed by Lauren Ludwig. Produced by Dave McKeever.
03 Apr / Podcast Episode 7: Crime
In which we plan a heist, interrogate a witness, and meet a cop who does things his own way.
Featuring the voices and musical performances of Will Greenberg, Dan Oster, Martha Marion, Jen Burton, Ryan Harrison, Lauren Flans, Dan Mahoney, Frank Smith, Mikey Wells, Rich Ramberg, Dylan Ris, and Brenton Kossak. Special guest performances by Galloway Allbright, Victor Mazzone, and Gianna Massi. "Black Mamba" performed by Martha Marion. Produced by Dave McKeever. Directed by Ryan Harrison. Musical Direction by Mikey Wells. Words and music by Frank Smith, Ryan Harrison, Dylan Ris, Dan Oster, Rich Ramberg, and Michael Wells.
07 Mar / episode 6: science & technology
In which Rand LeBeau (Dan Oster) subs in for Jupiter Jack, we buy a new TV, and get to know Charles Darwin (Frank Smith).
Featuring performances by Dan Oster, Jen Burton, Lauren Flans, Dan Mahoney, Frank Smith, Ryan Harrison, Dave McKeever, Dylan Ris, Rich Ramberg, Brenton Kossak, and Mikey Wells. Words and music by Frank Smith, Dan Oster, Lauren Ludwig, Ryan Harrison, Dylan Ris and Rich Ramberg. Music Direction by Dylan Ris. Directed by Martha Marion, Frank Smith, and Lauren Ludwig. Produced by Dave McKeever.
Sketches and songs recorded live at Cafe-Club Fais Do-Do.
It’s an all new episode of CSI: CSNY!
Lost Moon Radio is coming back to KPCC’s Crawford Family Forum on March 23rd. Here’s an audio tidbit from our last visit there. (And for those who aren’t watching CSI:CSNY on CBS yet, you’re missing out. They’ve really been fleshing out the mythology around Crosby’s mustache and the relationship with its mysteriously murdered father.)
22 Feb / Episode 5: Cars
In which Jack (Will Greenberg) meets a weirdo at the DMV (Brock Wilbur), gets a smog check from his favorite mechanic (Jen Burton), and discusses the perils of the 405.
06 Feb / Minor Traffic Delays
Perhaps you have noticed that today is the first Wednesday of the month, which means a new Lost Moon Radio podcast (specifically, the much-anticipated "Cars"-themed episode). Or rather, there's supposed to be a new podcast. We're experiencing a slight delay in our attempt to finish this sucker the same week we have a brand-new live show opening. As you know, ambition is the death of all comedy. But we're still plugging away, so rest assured that the new podcast is coming ASAP.
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