300 Joules – Lone Star Radio Troupe

A live radio presentation of a modern bone-chilling horror story

Lone Star Radio Troupe is proud to present a LIVE performance of the original modern-day chiller, “300 joules,” written and directed by local award-winning playwright, screenwriter, and director Sean K. Thompson. Without editing and without a net, the cast will perform in the studio a 30-minute spine-tingling horror story set in a modern day hospital emergency room where a car accident victim plays a shuddering game of cat-and-mouse with a young doctor in a situation that is not what it seems. Featuring Bre Jatzlau, Amanda Abright, Rick Sellers, Caleb Kendrick, Johnny Barton, and Tina Lockhart.

Celeste Fontaine – young emergency room doctor – female
Cassandra – young (20s) car accident victim (great vocal/character range) – female
Mike – young (20s) rookie paramedic – male
Gabe – older (30s-50s) veteran paramedic – male
Nurse – any age – male or female
Narrator – male – frames the story

Auditions: Friday, August 186-8pm at Lone Star Radio (or Conroe Coffee House), or vocal auditions can be submitted via email to sean_k_thompson@yahoo.com or via text at 832-510-0117

Sean K. Thompson

Play airs Sept. 3rd at 7:00 pm on irlonestar.com.

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