Episode 150: Office Visit by Rish Outfield

Office Visit

We promised it, and it’s finally here. Just in time for a new year’s New Media Expo.

Rish Outfield presents a “live” full-cast reading of his story “Office Visit.” Not much goes on in Genie and Sally’s little town of McKay, except for riding up and down Main Street on their bicycles. But when a new dentist opens an office there, and people start raving about his service, the girls take it upon themselves to investigate.

Afterward, Big and Rish are joined by the cast, Bryan Lincoln, Renee Chambliss, L. Scribe Harris, Marshal Latham, and Abbie Hilton, to discus their get-together, and the New Media Expo’s pros and cons.

Special thanks to Bryan Lincoln, Renee Chambliss, L. Scribe Harris, Marshal Latham, and Abbie Hilton for lending their voices to the tale.

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Music was “Darkest Child” and “Spring Thaw” by Kevin MacLeod (of the Clan MacLeod), from Incompetech.com.
Picture courtesy Steve Garfield
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2 Responses to “Episode 150: Office Visit by Rish Outfield”

  1. Man, this was a lot of fun to listen to after coming back from NMX in 2014. The girls with bicycles made me think of Super 8 for some reason (I mean that as a compliment!) and the readings were all great. Marshal should be the bad guy more often, I say!

  2. Wow.
    That was just … wow!

    The story, to begin with… wow. The structure. The pacing. The contrasts. The overall feel. Absolutely the wow sort of well-crafted story. And not only well-crafted, captivating, intriguing, uncomfortable in all the best ways.

    The production, then. Astonishing. To think that this was something like an ex tempore reading by a bunch of random persons. Again, the blocking, the pacing, the interaction between the actors… it all *worked*.

    The post-story chat, then. Lovely and amusing and illuminating.

    Thank you. I had a very enjoyable experience.

    //P

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