It’s harvest time and, in honor of that, we’d like to introduce you to the work of Harvest Audio – under the direction of Joe Stofko.
“Knock at the Door” was originally broadcast in January of 2010 and we believe it deserves a second chance to be heard. It has the distinction of being the only Precarious production recorded in a single take; that hadn’t happened before and it hasn’t happened since. It’s 1938 and tensions are running high at the Kruger household, where anger turns to something darker … and the dead don’t want to stay dead.
Wanting and needing – being wanted and needed; it seems the search for someone who loves us in spite of knowing us well has preoccupied humankind since its arrival on the planet. Three tales show us that love is a many-splendored, if somewhat awkward and extremely dangerous, thing: ”Rescue”, “Normalcy” and “Evolution – or “Frannie, Parts 1, 2 and 3″.
The heavens shook in an epic battle, followed by an uneasy forever. Millenia from the Conundrum, Dark and Light negotiate a delicate balance of power … somewhere over a lake in Misfortune, Wisconsin. Another tale in our “Tractor Triangle” series, we present “Angels”