Powder River - Season Thirteen by Jerry Robbins audiobook

Powder River - Season Thirteen: A Radio Dramatization

By Jerry Robbins
Read by Jerry Robbins  and the Colonial Radio Players

The Colonial Radio Theatre on Brilliance Audio
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The thirteenth season of Powder River brings you sixteen episodes of action, adventure, suspense, high emotion, and tragedy that listeners have come to expect from the long-running audio drama series. In Season 13, Doc wonders if he is too far behind the times when "The New Doctor" arrives in Clearmont. Esther has a strange visitor at the saloon in "Wade Cody", while Dawes decides it's time to ask Erica to marry him in "A Faded Rose". Meanwhile, Levi fears Britt has been pushed to the edge of his sanity in "That Way Madness Lies.” Britt’s past comes back to haunt him in the three part “This Side of Fury” (Guest starring Larry Albert from Imagination Theatre), Laurel is not adjusting to domestic bliss, and Esther goes to battle for her saloon in “The Trials of Laurel Wilkins and Esther McCoy.” When the Texas Rangers are unable to pursue the man responsible for the deadly ambush when he crosses into Mexico, Britt takes up the hunt and crosses the Rio Grande in the explosive two-part “MacMasters on the Trail.” These, and more adventures await you along the banks of the mighty Powder River. Episodes include: The Message/ That Way Madness Lies/ A Visitor From Texas/ The Pot Of Gold/ A Faded Rose/ Suppliant Requests/ Wade Cody/ The New Doctor/ This Side of Fury, Part 1/ This Side of Fury, Part 2/ This Side of Fury, Part 3/ The Trials of Laurel Wilkins and Esther McCoy/ Octavia in Love/ New Books/ MacMasters on the Trail, Part 1/ MacMasters on the Trail, Part 2. Starring Jerry Robbins and the Colonial Radio Players. Executive producer Mark Vander Berg. Produced by Neil Gustin. Music by Jeffrey Gage. Cover illustration by Jeff Hayes. Written and directed by Jerry Robbins.

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The thirteenth season of Powder River brings you sixteen episodes of action, adventure, suspense, high emotion, and tragedy that listeners have come to expect from the long-running audio drama series.

In Season 13, Doc wonders if he is too far behind the times when "The New Doctor" arrives in Clearmont. Esther has a strange visitor at the saloon in "Wade Cody", while Dawes decides it's time to ask Erica to marry him in "A Faded Rose". Meanwhile, Levi fears Britt has been pushed to the edge of his sanity in "That Way Madness Lies.”

Britt’s past comes back to haunt him in the three part “This Side of Fury” (Guest starring Larry Albert from Imagination Theatre), Laurel is not adjusting to domestic bliss, and Esther goes to battle for her saloon in “The Trials of Laurel Wilkins and Esther McCoy.” When the Texas Rangers are unable to pursue the man responsible for the deadly ambush when he crosses into Mexico, Britt takes up the hunt and crosses the Rio Grande in the explosive two-part “MacMasters on the Trail.” These, and more adventures await you along the banks of the mighty Powder River.

Episodes include: The Message/ That Way Madness Lies/ A Visitor From Texas/ The Pot Of Gold/ A Faded Rose/ Suppliant Requests/ Wade Cody/ The New Doctor/ This Side of Fury, Part 1/ This Side of Fury, Part 2/ This Side of Fury, Part 3/ The Trials of Laurel Wilkins and Esther McCoy/ Octavia in Love/ New Books/ MacMasters on the Trail, Part 1/ MacMasters on the Trail, Part 2.

Starring Jerry Robbins and the Colonial Radio Players.

Executive producer Mark Vander Berg. Produced by Neil Gustin. Music by Jeffrey Gage. Cover illustration by Jeff Hayes. Written and directed by Jerry Robbins.

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Author Bio: Jerry Robbins

Author Bio: Jerry Robbins

Jerry Robbins is an American actor and singer who has performed in more than one hundred stage productions, including an acclaimed portrayal of John Barrymore in William Luces’ play, Barrymore. He has also written and produced forty radio plays with his company, the Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air, winning the Parents Choice Award for The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in 2001 and an Audio Worlds Golden Headset Award for Little Big Horn in 1999.

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Available Formats : CD
Category: Fiction/Drama
Audience: Adult
Language: English