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The Vampire Tales - "When Spirit Week Got Spooky"

When Spirit Week Got Spooky!
Time: The Present.
Location: A small university in a rural setting.

Written by the DRM 2215 Class and Cast Members:

Student Cast of The Vampire Tales!

Dawn Andrews
Tiara Bullock
Phillip Buxton
Myles Calhoun
Janelle Jackson
Daniel Mann
Alexander McLeod
Dallas Sanders
Ajae Talison
Matthew Willis

Director - John Fleming
Writing Coach and Narration - Felicia Chappelle
Technical Director and Recording Engineer - Stephon Lane
Editor and Producer - Wade Oberlin


Original poster by Janelle Jackson, first performed at the Paul Robeson Cultural and Performing Arts Center. Produced for radio broadcast at WCSU-FM by Stephon Lane and Wade Oberlin.

Music For... The Vampire Tales, A Radio Drama

Ronald Stein - Zontar: The Thing From Venus OST … Original Score
Krzysztof Komeda - The Fearless Vampire Killers OST … Original Score
Ronald Stein (as Leonard Morand) - Queen Of Blood OST … Original Score


Jesper Kyd and Raymond Watts - MDK2 OST … “Laboratory” and “Ambient"


Wolf Eyes - “Dead Hills” … performed live
Iannis Xenakis - "Rebonds A & B” … performed by Alan Kataoka
and Pedro Carneiro, respectively
Jonathan Scott - "Swan Lake Op. 20 - Pjotr Tchaikovsky,
Main Theme, Organ Finale"
TB Olofsson - "Swan Lake Op. 20 - Pjotr Tchaikovsky,
Main Theme, Organ”


Roscoe Mitchell - “Sound” … self-titled piece
Conrad Schnitzler - “Blau (Bureau B)” …excerpts
Wolf Eyes & Anthony Braxton - “Black Vomit” … self-titled piece
Daniel Martin-McCormick - “The Crying Game” & “Waving Goodbye"
… online-only release and “Honeymoon Babylon”
Roscoe Mitchell and The Brus Trio - “After Fallen Leaves” … self-titled piece
Brian Eno - "Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks" ... "Signals"
Derek Monypeny - “The Hand As Dealt” … self-titled piece

Hailing from Jamestown, Ohio, Wade got his start in broadcasting while serving with the United States Navy at the Armed Forces Network station Eagle 810 in Yokota, Japan. Broadcasting on AM radio across the Kanto Plain, listenership was shared by both American Forces and a Japanese shadow audience tuning in for American Top 40 and an insight to military operations at home and abroad.