Episode 32: To Seek Out New Life and New Civilizations

Greater Boston is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason, with recording and technical assistance from Marck Harmon.

You can follow Greater Boston on Twitter @InGreaterBoston or on Tumblr at GreaterBlogston.tumblr.com. Follow us there for news, updates, and behind the scenes chat about the show!

Thank you to supporters Bridge and Rasmus! You to can support us on Patreon at GreaterBoston.Patreon.com!

This episode featured:

  • Braden Lamb as Leon Stamatis (he/him)
  • Jessica Washington as Isabelle Powell (she/her)
  • Summer Unsinn as Charlotte Linzer Coolidge (she/her)
  • Mario da Rosa as Isaiah Powell (he/him)
  • Jeff Van Dreason as Chuck Octagon (he/him)
  • Marck Harmon as Andy Wood (he/him)
  • Arun Sannuti as Tyrell Fredericks (he/him)
  • Lydia Anderson as Gemma Linzer-Coolidge (she/her)
  • Julia Propp as Louisa Alvarez (she/her)
  • Michael Melia as Philip West (he/him)
  • Mike Linden as Marlo (he/him), Guy (he/him), and Wendell (he/him)
  • Johanna Bodnyk as Mallory (she/her)
  • James Johnston as Dimitri Stamatis (he/him)
  • Julia Morizawa as Omi Ogawa (she/him)

With appearances by Colin Kelly as Andorian Cos-Player and Sean Kelly of the delightful comedy podcast Improvised Star Trek as the convention representative.

  • And featuring special guest Tim Russ of Star Trek Voyager as himself.

Charlie on the MTA by Emily Peterson and Dirk Tiede

Greater Boston Trek theme by Eli McIlveen

Transcripts available at GreaterBostonShow.com

Content Notes

  • Strong Language
  • Reference to “Bury Your Gays” trope
  • Reference to that episode of Voyager where Paris and Janeway are transformed into lizards and then have lizard sex resulting in lizard babies, what the hell was even up with that?
  • Discussion of systemic racism
  • Singing, briefly in Klingon
  • Police arrest
  • Brief crossing of personal boundaries
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Mini Episode: Seriously, What’s the F***ing Deal with the Guinea Pigs? Part 3

Content warnings at end of show notes.

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Mini Episode: Seriously, What’s the F***ing Deal with the Guinea Pigs? Part 2

We hope you’re enjoying Greater Boston as much as we enjoy making it. With the new Year coming, we hope you will consider helping us to keep making Greater Boston, by contributing to our Patreon, if you’re able. These funds help us to pay our amazing actors and musicians, to upgrade our equipment, and to keep the show sustainable. Even as little as $1 a month is a tremendous help. And in exchange, you can get great rewards, like early access to every episode, Discord voice chats with the creators, and even a monthly tour of one of the stops in Red Line. And if you can’t donate, you can still help us out, but telling a friend about Greater Boston!

Greater Boston is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason, with recording and technical assistance from Marck Harmon.

This episode featured:

  • Mike Linden as Oliver West (he/him)
  • Braden Lamb as Leon Stamatis (he/him)
  • And guest starring Brad C. Wilcox as Mr. West

Drums by Jim Johanson.

You can hear more of Brad’s wonderful voice work on What’s the Frequency?, the surreal noir audio drama written by our own James Oliva and designed by Alexander.

Transcripts available at GreaterBostonShow.com.

Content Warnings

  • Strong Language
  • Child neglect
  • Adolescent homelessness
  • Animal death

Mini Episode: Seriously, What’s the F***ING Deal with the Guinea Pigs? Part 1

Content warnings at end of show notes.

We hope you’re enjoying Greater Boston as much as we enjoy making it. With the new Year coming, we hope you will consider helping us to keep making Greater Boston, by contributing to our Patreon, if you’re able. These funds help us to pay our amazing actors and musicians, to upgrade our equipment, and to keep the show sustainable. Even as little as $1 a month is a tremendous help. And in exchange, you can get great rewards, like early access to every episode, Discord voice chats with the creators, and even a monthly tour of one of the stops in Red Line. And if you can’t donate, you can still help us out, but telling a friend about Greater Boston!

Greater Boston is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason, with recording and technical assistance from Marck Harmon.

This episode featured:

  • Mike Linden as Oliver West (he/him)
  • Braden Lamb as Leon Stamatis (he/him)
  • and Michael Melia as Philip West (he/him)

Drums by Jim Johanson

Transcripts are posted at www.GreaterBostonShow.com

CONTENT NOTES

  • Strong language
  • Exploitative working conditions
  • Child neglect and parental absence

Episode 31: Election Day – Part 2

CREDITS
Greater Boston is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason with recording and technical assistance from Marc Harmon.

We’ll be taking a brief hiatus for a few weeks, but we’ll be back on December 18th with a three-part mini-episode series released every two weeks, answering one of our fans biggest questions:

What the F*ck’s Up with the Guinea Pigs?

In order of appearance, this episode featured:

  • Braden Lamb as Leon Stamatis (he/him)
  • Mario Da Rosa Jr as Isaiah Powell (he/him)
  • James Capobianco as Dipshit Poletti (he/him)
  • James Oliva as Michael Tate (he/him)
  • Jeff Van Dreason as Chuck Octagon (he/him)
  • Summer Unsinn as Charlotte Linzer Coolidge (she/her)
  • Tanja Milojevic as Wanda (she/her)
  • Arun Sannuti as Tyrell Fredericks (he/him)
  • Lydia Anderson as Gemma Linzer-Coolidge (she/her)
  • Julia Propp as Louisa Alvarez (she/her)
  • Mike Linden as Singing Telegram Man (he/him) and Oliver West (he/him)
  • Rick Zieff as Manager, Sales and Lawyer (he/him)
  • And Jordan Higgs as Ethan Bespin (he/him)

Interviews recorded with Greater Boston residents.

MUSIC:

Charlie on the MTA is performed by Emily Peterson and Dirk Tiede. Hold That Pigs Feet A Little Closer to the Fire by Adrienne Howard, Emily Peterson and Dirk Tiede. Broke Yeti by Ryan Estrada.

Some sound effects and music used from public domain and creative commons sources.

Episode transcripts will be posted online at GreaterBostonShow.com.

Special thanks to our Patrons Bridge and Rasmus. If you’re interested in supporting Greater Boston, please visit our Patreon page!

Listen: take care of yourselves. Pay attention to what you need. Do what’s right for you. You’re doing great. Own it. Thanks.

CONTENT WARNINGS

  • Strong language
  • Political Manipulation and Deception
  • Kidnapping
  • Lovecraftian references
  • Discussions of racism
  • Cheese related puns
  • Bad song lyrics

Episode 31: Election Day – Part 1

Greater Boston is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason with recording and technical assistance from Marck Harmon.

Ready for more Greater Boston? Go ahead and listen to Episode 31: Election Day – Part 2. Ready for your ears right now. The thrilling conclusion of our midseason-finale.

In order of appearance, this episode featured:

  • Jeff Van Dreason as Chuck Octagon (he/him)
  • James Capobianco as Paul Montgomery Chelmsworth (he/him)
  • James Johanson as Rusty (he/him)
  • Jessica Washington as Isabelle Powell (she/her)
  • Kelly McCabe as Nica Stamatis (she/her)
  • Julia Propp as Louisa Alvarez (she/her)
  • Lydia Anderson as Gemma Linzer-Coolidge (she/her)
  • Sam Musher as Emily Bespin (she/her)
  • Jordan Higgs as Ethan Bespin (he/him)
  • James Johnston as Dimitri Stamatis (he/him)
  • Johanna Bodnyk as Mallory (she/her)
  • Kristen DiMercurio as Fake Nica (she/her)
  • Mike Linden as Oliver West (he/him)
  • And Braden Lamb as Leon Stamatis (he/him)

Also featuring:

  • Richard Penner as Tinker / Thomas (je/him)
  • Tanja Milojevic as Wanda (she/her)
  • Jack Pevyhouse (Check out Forest Guide, coming soon)
  • Lucille Valentine (Find her @severelytrans on twitter)
  • and Graham Rowat: as political participants. (Check out Theatre of Tomorrow). 
  • And Kenny Garcia as Spencer Greene (he/her)

Interviews recorded with Greater Boston residents.

MUSIC:

Charlie on the MTA is performed by Emily Peterson and Dirk Tiede. Drums by Jim Johanson. Broke Yeti by Ryan Estrada.

Thanks:
Special thanks to Chelsea Spear for letting us record her busking version of her beautiful song Hot Paintings for this episode. Check out Chelsea’s YouTube Channel or find her on Twitter @TravelsWithBrindle


Some sound effects and music used from public domain and creative commons sources.

Episode transcripts will be posted online at GreaterBostonShow.com.

Special thanks to our Patrons Bridge and Rasmus. Bridge edits the incredible audio dramas Tides and Arden. Check them out! If you’re interested in supporting Greater Boston, visit our Patreon.

CONTENT WARNINGS

  • Strong language
  • Political Manipulation and Deception
  • Racism (institutional and otherwise)
  • Threat of violence concerning New England Patriots
  • Possibility of being caught in escalator

Episode 30: Prosperity in the Meritocracy

Greater Boston is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason, with recording and technical assistance from Marck Harmon.

You can follow Greater Boston on Twitter @InGreaterBoston or on Tumblr at GreaterBlogston.tumblr.com. Follow us there for news, updates, and behind the scenes chat about the show!

Support Greater Boston on Patreon at www.patreon.com/greaterboston.

Content warnings at end of show notes.

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