Macabre Mansion Presents... A Christmas Carol, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and The Fall of the House of Usher.
Three classic literature stories brought vividly to life in the theater of the mind by a phenomenal full cast!
(Bonita Friedericy, Kevin Sorbo, John Billingsley)
This collection of three highly entertaining audio dramatizations is perfect listening for the whole family! These classic tales are brought to life by a star-studded cast that includes Kevin Sorbo (TV's Hercules, God's Not Dead), John de Lancie (Star Trek), Daniel Roebuck (Matlock, ABC's Lost, The Man in the High Castle ), Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (Naruto, Critical Role), Virginia Hey (Farscape, Mad Max), Kyle Hebert ( Wreck It Ralph, Dragon Ball Z), Bonita Friedericy (NBC's Chuck), John Billingsley (Star Trek), and Reggie Bannister (Phantasm: Ravager).
(Kyle Hebert, Daniel Roebuck, Mary Elizabeth McGlynn)
These Audio Theater productions stay true to the author's original work so they are perfect for teachers to use in the classroom as an educational supplement to the written text. Family friendly and great for those vacation road trips in the car.
(John de Lancie)
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Macabre Mansion Presents is distributed by Blackstone Publishing, the nation's largest audiobook publisher.
What people are saying:
"I could close my eyes and see the actors as if they were in a movie.” - 8th grade Literature student
"Herren should be applauded for the talent that has been assembled here in order to provide an auditory experience that will make any fan of those classic (radio) shows very happy," - Dread Central
"The Fall of the House of Usher' is an excellent example of an often-overlooked story telling media. Unlike a normal audio book where the words are simply read to the listener, the audio drama harkens back to the days before television when radio created productions for listeners to 'see' the words in their mind, with sound effects and multiple voice actors handling the different roles." - B Movie Man
(Kyle Hebert, Daniel Roebuck, John Billingsley, Bonita Friedericy, Kevin Sorbo, Reggie Bannister)