Welcome to another exciting episode of the 1930s radio play, The Brothers Karamatzoh – the story of a mediocre comedy team from New York City. The Karamatzoh Brothers are to the Ritz Brothers what the Ritz Brothers are to the Marx Brothers. And, if you've never heard of the Ritz Brothers, that will give you some idea. On tonight’s Ubu Hour, we present Act One – how Milton’s father came to America and acquired the family name.
Written and produced by Ken Jones, and featuring Rob, Larry, Lyn, Olivia, Conch, Sam, and an all-singing all-dancing Rolf.
A couple more scenes that were too good to broadcast the first time around. Includes "Political Mad-libbs" and "Bunny in the Bush". Also includes the intro to the listener-voted favorite clip of all time: Stoner Trek!
A quick-clip, out-of-context look at Kirsten Liden's Memoirs From the Psych Ward. [You can listen to the full versions of each Psych Ward episode using the following links: Day 0, Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5, Day 6]
Noah & Kirsten introduce Sub-Human Intellect Theater's 1st Anniversary Spectacular, then play some of their favorite Letters From Listeners. Included is the deleted song "There's No Business Like No Business".
Kirsten sits down with former host/creator of Sub-Human Intellect Theater, Noah Madrano. In this interview, they discuss the title of the show, as well as other aspects of producing a radio theater program.
[NOTE: Also includes the intro to Dreamtime Theater, which can be heard here.]