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Apocalypse Update
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September 10, 2007 12:37 PM PDT
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Those of you who habitually listen to the Christian News Network will remember hearing something very similar to this.

Bear in mind, to some of your neighbors and elected servants, anything that can happen to screw things up further brings us that much closer to that most happy of days, the Rapture.

This sketch debuted at the 2006 Day of the Dead Dinner Show "War of the Squirrels."

The cast included: Voice Actresses Angie Johnson-Schmit and Pam Martin, Voice Actors Greg Fine, Sean Jeralds and Christian Smith; Foley Artists Tiff Boehle and Kate; sound man Todd Skaggs; director Andrew Johnson-Schmit.

For more info about Coyote Radio, click on
http://www.coyoteradio.org/

Revenge of the Radio Avenger - Part 2
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June 04, 2007 10:30 PM PDT
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Here's an amusingly tart critique of bland corporate radio with a very uncharacteristic nod to OTR. Usually we leave old time radio references to our good friends in Canada's relentlessly good Decoder Ring Theatre.

But in this case, we hope you don't mind. When we're trying to poke fun at modern radio's sad state of affairs, it may be most telling to remember how great our airwaves once were.

(Orginally recorded at the 5th Annual Day of the Dead Dinner Show, Nov. 2004, the Crystal Ballroom of the Hotel Montezuma, Prescott, AZ)

Revenge of the Radio Avenger - Part 1
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May 29, 2007 10:23 PM PDT
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Here's an amusingly tart critique of bland corporate radio with a very uncharacteristic nod to OTR. Usually we leave old time radio references to our good friends in Canada's relentlessly good Decoder Ring Theatre.

But in this case, we hope you don't mind. When we're trying to poke fun at modern radio's sad state of affairs, it may be most telling to remember how great our airwaves once were.

(Orginally recorded at the 5th Annual Day of the Dead Dinner Show, Nov. 2004, the Crystal Ballroom of the Hotel Montezuma, Prescott, AZ)

War of the Squirrels - Part 3
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April 29, 2007 03:20 PM PDT
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Finally! The finale of CRT's massive work of heart-stopping terror - The War of the Squirrels!

At last, we can find out what happened to a small-town Shakespearean theatre company who's innovative, if not innocent, approach to fund-raising went so, so wrong.

Hope you enjoyed visiting your friends in Crest Top, Arizona!

War of the Squirrels - Part 2
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January 14, 2007 07:47 PM PST
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When we last left our story, Christian radio DJ Myra Flato, from Creation Science Friday, and Morning Zoo DJ Don Murphy, Murphy in the Morning, were desperately trying to deal with an invasion of hyper-intelligent evil squirrels. Or were they?

Find out in the second of a 3-parter concerning the strange doings in rural Arizona around last Halloween. There's spooky comedy, there's red state/blue state satire, menacing squirrels and well, there's "Hamlet on the Hindenburg," what can we say?

Recorded live at the 7th Annual Day of the Dead Dinner Show at the Smoki Museum in Prescott, AZ

The cast included:
Voice Actors: Angie Johnson-Schmit, Pam Martin, Greg Martin, Christian Smith, Comic Genius; Foley Artists Tiff Boehle and Kate McEwen; Written by Christian Smith and Andrew Johnson-Schmit; Directed by Andrew Johnson-Schmit

For more Coyote Radio Theater, visit
http://www.coyoteradio.org

War of the Squirrels - Part 1
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January 01, 2007 09:04 PM PST
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New Jersey has Grover's Corner. New Mexico has Area 51. Arizona has, well, our friends in Crest Top, Arizona.

This is the first of a 3-parter concerning the strange doings in rural Arizona around last Halloween. There's spooky comedy, there's red state/blue state satire, menacing squirrels and well, there's Maisie, what can we say?

For more Coyote Radio Theater, visit
http://www.coyoteradio.org

Recorded live at the 7th Annual Day of the Dead Dinner Show at the Smoki Museum in Prescott, AZ

The cast included:
Voice Actors: Angie Johnson-Schmit, Pam Martin, Greg Martin, Christian Smith, Comic Genius; Foley Artists Tiff Boehle and Kate McEwen; Written by Christian Smith and Andrew Johnson-Schmit; Directed by Andrew Johnson-Schmit

"ALCCA" Mock Commercial
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December 17, 2006 05:39 PM PST
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The first sketch to emerge from this year's 7th Annual Day of the Dead Dinner Show is the latest ode to that great modern art form, the American Commercial, by Christian H. Smith, Comic Genius.

Many nights, Christian sits up into the wee hours with his latest teething child and researches late night television for further material.

The following is a salute to these televised haikues of desire and some of the celebs who joined us (if only in spirit) at this year's Day of the Dead Dinner Show.

The cast included: Voice Actresses Angie Johnson-Schmit and Pam Martin, Voice Actors Greg Fine, Sean Jeralds and Christian Smith; Foley Artists Tiff and Kate; sound man Todd Skaggs; director Andrew Johnson-Schmit.

"War of the Squirrels" Trailer
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December 02, 2006 09:19 PM PST
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Look for a new episode each week while they last, sketches from this year's Day of the Dead Dinner Show on KYXS, Coyote Radio in Prescott, AZ.

Dead Votes Society
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October 21, 2006 03:06 PM PDT
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Howdy Coyotistas!

As we prepare the count-down to this year's 7th Annual Day of the Dead Dinner Show, let us cast a bemused ear over DoDDS of years past.

This fundraising event for KYXS,Coyote Radio - Prescott, Arizona's Community Radio Group, began as a way to attract radio station big shots into carrying live comedy radio theater over their airwaves. And . . . as it turns out, they really didn't care. But audiences seemed to.

They come back year after year for this fresh approach to comedy and to support our fledgling community radio station.

Five of the first 6 DoDDS sold out. Will this year's show sell out? Hopefully, or Angie and I are going to be eating a lot of left over Mexican food.

This first episode is "The Dead Votes Society," a spoof of NPR interview pieces from our 2006 DoDDS at the Hotel Saint Michael.

To find out about this year's show, check out www.coyoteradio.org.