Seeing Ear Theater

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Seeing Ear Theater was an internet based drama/re-enactment troop attempting to capture the feel of older scifi radio plays. The content was originally maintained on the SciFi.com website and ran from 1997-2001. Episodes can be retrieved from the Internet Archive, but the episode numbers and dates are incorrect.

List of episodes for the Seeing Ear Theater radio show.

Title Air Date (yyyy mm dd) Author (adapted by)
Alice In Wonderland 1998? mm? dd? Lewis Carroll (adapted by Charles Potter)[1]
The Bigger One 1998? mm? dd? Gregory Benford[1]
Black Canoes 2000 09 01[2] Tony Daniel[3]
Breakaway, Backdown 1997? mm? dd? James Patrick Kelly[1]
Child's Play Unknown William Tenn (adapted by Andrew Joffe)[1]
A Clean Escape 1997 mm? dd?[4] John Kessel (adapted by ?)[1]
The Country Doctor 1997 03 dd?(before March 14)[5] [6] Franz Kafka (adapted by ?)[1]
Daughter Earth - Part 1 1999 02 08[7] James Morrow[1] (adapted by?)
Daughter Earth - Part 2 1999 02 22[7] James Morrow[1] (adapted by?)
Death Of Captain Future 1998 03 05[8] Allen Steele (adapted by Brian Smith)[1]
Diary of A Mad Deity 2000 mm? dd?[9] James Morrow[10]
A Dry Quiet War 2000? mm? dd? Tony Daniel[1]
An Elevator and a Pole Unknown[11] Tony Daniel[1]
Emily 501 - Part 1 1999 12 31[7] Tamara Hladik[1]
Emily 501 - Part 2 Unknown Tamara Hladik[1]
Facade Unknown Amanda Hopkins[1]
Feel The Zaz - Part 1 1999 10 04[7] James Patrick Kelly[1]
Feel The Zaz - Part 2 1999 10 18[7] James Patrick Kelly[1]
Fire Watch 2000? mm? dd? Connie Willis (adapted by Tony Daniel)[1]
The First (and Last) Musical on Mars - Part 1 1998 08 17[12][13] George Zarr[1]
The First (and Last) Musical on Mars - Part 2 1998 08 24[14][15] George Zarr[1]
The Flat Edge of the Earth - Part 1 1998[16] 10 03[17] Brian Smith and Terry Bisson[1]
The Flat Edge of the Earth - Part 2 1998[18] 10 12[19] Brian Smith and Terry Bisson[1]
George and the Red Giant - Part 1 1998 07 20[20] Stephen Baxter (adapted by Eric Brown)[1]
George and the Red Giant - Part 2 1998 08 03 [21] Stephen Baxter (adapted by Eric Brown)[1]
A Good Knight's Work Unknown Robert Bloch (adapted by George Zarr)[1]
Greedy Choke Puppy 1998 03 10[1] Nalo Hopkinson[1] (adapted by ?)
Herd Mentality 1998 03 31[22] Kurt Roth[1]
History of the Devil, Part 1 1999 03 08[23] Clive Barker[24]
History of the Devil, Part 2 1999 03 22 Clive Barker
History of the Devil, Part 3 1999 04 05 Clive Barker
History of the Devil, Part 4 1999 04 19 Clive Barker
History of the Devil, Part 5 1999 05 03 Clive Barker
In The Shade of the Slowboat Man Unknown Dean Wesley Smith (adapted by Kristine Kathryn Rusch)[1]
Into The Sun 1997 03 10 [25] [26] [27] Brian Smith[1]
The Jaguar Hunter Unknown[28] Unknown
Jumping Niagara Falls 1999 10 30[29] Brian Smith and George Zarr[1]
Kindred - Part 1 of 4 2001 02 15[30][31] Octavia Butler[32] (adapted by Tony Daniel)[1]
Kindred - Part 2 of 4 2001 02 20[33] Octavia Butler (adapted by Tony Daniel)
Kindred - Part 3 of 4 2001 02 22[34] Octavia Butler (adapted by Tony Daniel)
Kindred - Part 4 of 4 2001 02 27[35] Octavia Butler (adapted by Tony Daniel)
Knock 2000? mm? dd? Fredric Brown (adapted by ?)
Lay Your Hands On Me Unknown Unknown
Legend of Sleepy Hollow 1997? mm? dd? Washington Irving (adapted by George Zarr)[1]
The Lucky Strike 2000 07 21[36] Kim Stanley Robinson[37] (adapted by Fiona Avery)[1]
The Man Who Could Work Miracles Unknown H.G. Wells (adapted by Andrew Joffe)[1]
Marilyn or the Monster - Part 1 1999 12 03[7] Jack Dann (adapted by Jack Dann and Brian Smith)[1]
Marilyn or the Monster - Part 2 1999 12 17[7] Jack Dann (adapted by Jack Dann and Brian Smith)[1]
The Martian Crown Jewels 1998 mm? dd? Poul Anderson (adapted by Andrew Joffe)[1]
Meet The Neighbor 1999 06 28[7] George Zarr[1]
Monkeys Paw 1998? mm? dd? W.W. Jacobs (adapted by ?)
Neil Gaiman's Murder Mysteries -part 1 1999 08 ??[38] [39] Neil Gaiman
Neil Gaiman's Murder Mysteries -part 2 1999 09 10[40] [41] Neil Gaiman
The Nostalgianauts 2000? mm? dd? S.N. Dyer (adapted by George Zarr)[1]
The Oblivion Syndrome 1998? mm? dd? Benjamin Wach[42]
Orson The Alien 1998 10 30[43] Terry Bisson[44]
Other Worlds 1999 01 25 [7] Charles Potter[1]
Propagation of Light in a Vacuum - Part 1 1999 07 12[7] James Patrick Kelly[1]
Propagation of Light in a Vacuum - Part 2 1999 07 26[7] James Patrick Kelly[1]
The Signal-Man 1998? mm? dd? Charles Dickens (adapted by George Zarr)[1]
Snow Glass Apples 2001 05 31 [45] Neil Gaiman[46]
Sorry, Wrong Number 1999 11 01[7] Lucille Fletcher[1]
The Tell-Tale Heart 1997 04 dd?[5] Edgar Allan Poe (adapted by Brian Smith)[1]
Think Like a Dinosaur 1998 02 05[47] James Patrick Kelly[48]
The Time Machine Unknown H.G. Wells[49] (adapted by Charles Potter)[1]
Times Arrow, Time's Spiral 1998 12 28[7] [50] George Zarr[1]
Titanic Dreams 2000? mm? dd? Robert Olen Butler (adapted by Sarah Montague)[1]
Too Late - An Experiment in Sound 1998? mm? dd? Brian Smith, George Zarr, and Rick Bradley[1]
Tripping Astral 1997? mm? dd? Unknown
Wanted In Surgery 1997 10 31[51] Harlan Ellison[52]
The Wheel - Part 1 1999 05 17[53] Jeff Kraus and Sue Zizza[1]
The Wheel - Part 2 1999 05 31[7] Jeff Kraus and Sue Zizza[1]
The City of Dreams - Episode 1: The Damned Are Playing At Godzilla's Tonight 2000 07 10[54] J. Michael Straczynski
The City of Dreams - Episode 2: Rolling Thunder 2000 mm? dd? J. Michael Straczynski
The City of Dreams - Episode 3: The Friends of Jackie Clay 2000 mm? dd? J. Michael Straczynski
The City of Dreams - Episode 4: The Tolling Of The Hour 2000 mm? dd? J. Michael Straczynski
The City of Dreams - Episode 5: Night Calls 2001 mm? dd? J. Michael Straczynski
The City of Dreams - Episode 6: MCSD 00121J 2001 mm? dd? J. Michael Straczynski
The City of Dreams - Episode 7: Samuel Beckett, Your Ride Is Here 2001 mm? dd? J. Michael Straczynski
The City of Dreams - Episode 8: The Alpha And Omega Of David Wells 2001 mm? dd? J. Michael Straczynski
The Moon Moth - Part 1 yyyy? mm? dd? ?
The Moon Moth - Part 2 yyyy? mm? dd? ?

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