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Something Wicked This Way Comes

Autor: Ray Bradbury
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Ray Bradbury has dramatized his literary classic, Something Wicked This Way Comes, into this first-class audio drama, produced by The Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air, complete with a full cast, sound effects, and original music.

Cooger and Dark's Pandemonium Shadow Show comes to Greentown, Illinois, one week before Halloween. Two boys, Jim Nightshade and Will Halloway, soon discover the evil of this carnival, which promises to make your every wish and dream come true. But with those wishes and dreams comes a price that must be paid. Behind the mirrors and the mazes is the nightmare of a lifetime.

Instrumental soloist: Jeffrey Gage
Producers: Mark Vander Berg, Jerry Robbins, Chris Snyder
Director: Nancy Curran Willis
Produced by The Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air

Full cast of narrators includes Marcia Friedman, Lincoln Clark, Diane Lind, Shonna McEachern, Joseph Zamparelli, Alyssa Mello, Tom Berry, and Rik Pierce.

©1962 Ray Bradbury (P)2007 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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A truly dark read turned into quite a dark listen

I love Ray Bradbury's octoberish storys. I love audio dramatizations. And this is a seriously good one! It catches the time it's set in and it brings the story to life in a nicely artful way. I was especially impressed by the writing of the dialogue and by the boys' impersonations, as by the way the music supported the tale. I found big acting on the dad's part, too. I guess I like the story as much as I do because I am a dad, but I loved it even before - so much, that my wife gave my much perused copy a proper binding (accidently on the right side so it has to be read backward which is not the least bit more troubling than reading a japanese manga and suits the story well). If you liked the listen, wait a year or so and get the book. It leaves you shaken, feeling bad. Not like some books do but more than I'd expect from Bradbury, who could of course get quite dark rather easily.