[“Train Jam” is played]
JEFF VAN DREASON
Uh, hey everyone! I just wanted to give you a warning that this mini-episode is going to sound very different from most of the other mini-sodes we’ve released, if not all content we’ve ever released. And that’s because it’s a recording of a live show we did via Zoom without any microphones. We’re just putting up the Zoom recording, which, no offense Zoom, but, it doesn’t sound, you know, the best, and we – we didn’t want to add the additional stress of having to record all the actors and the musicians um with microphones while we were kinda setting up this episode. So we just kinda left it in Zoom’s hands, knowing we would release it in the feed with this announcement so that people wouldn’t be like, “Hey, why did Greater Boston’s sound quality go down so much?”
Thank you to everyone who could attend that live event, it was a lot of fun. Um, and if you’re interested in seeing it, or uhh, listening to some of the QandA that took place after this mini-episode, think about joining our Patreon. In the meantime, enjoy ‘Council of Evil,” and we hope we’ll be back with more content for you soon. Thanks. Take care.
[“Train Jam” fades out].
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[Haunting Tune by Dirk Tiede plays]
CHUCK OCTAGON – Jeff Van Dreason
[News music plays by Dirk Tiede]
THE UNDERGROUND Continue reading “Worser Worcester – Greater Boston Halloween Special 2019 Transcript”
Greater Boston is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason. Music by Emily Peterson and Dirk Tiede. This episode featured performances by: Practically everyone!
Greater Boston returns January 24th!
To prepare for our first episode, co-creator Jeff has written another blog post on Greater Blogston that delves into some of the background about the first episode and the show as a whole. Check it out here and we hope you’ll be listening tomorrow.
Happy Super Tuesday, Massachusetts.
Speaking of voting, the plot of Greater Boston revolves around a fiery eccentric gathering signatures for a Massachusetts ballot initiative that would allow part of the MBTA (the Red Line, specifically) to secede from Boston and the other cities it comes into contact with and form its own,independent municipality.
While this is surely nutty, co-creator Jeff recently discovered that Massachusetts has a bit of a history when it comes to weird, wacky ballot initiatives. Check out his latest post over on Greater Blogston for more.
Co-creator Jeff writes another blog post over on Greater Blogston about the origin of our cover art. Check it out here!
Co-creator Jeff writes another blog post discussing race, diversity and segregation, both in the Greater Boston area and our “Greater Boston” show.
Co-creator Jeff has started a blog about working on the show. Click here to read his first blog post, which documents the genesis of ‘Greater Boston.’ Enjoy!