Fri, 5 June 2015
In order to support the Harry Strange Radio Drama and assist in offsetting future costs, I have released the first season scripts in book format. By purchasing a print or Kindle copy, you not only get 400 heart-pumping pages of bourbon soaked, supernatural goodness, but you are helping with the cost of getting into a studio, feeding the actors, and enhancing the production value of future episodes.
“Harry Strange in The Stones of Solomon” begins when Lilith first hires Harry to search for her lost artifacts and follows through his adventures in the first season including his origin story and the introduction of the creepy Mr. K.
So go ahead and pick-up a copy for you, your neighbor, and your local library. We appreciate your support!
Category:general -- posted at: 3:58pm EST
Sun, 25 December 2011
Once upon a time, in the 1600s; Lilith had something the angels wanted, but how far would they go to get it? Includes a sneak preview to season 2!
This ‘as told by’ story features the vocal talents of Parisa Johnston and was written by Tony Sarrecchia. All material is copyright © by Tony Sarrecchia and used with his permission. Harry’s opening theme was written and performed by Lance Haugen and is copyright Lance Haugen and used with his permission. Contact Lance at his email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Mon, 7 February 2011
Harry is asked to recover some stones by a new client.
Tonight's episode, Harry Strange 101, Comes a hero, is the first episode of Harry Strange. We are introduced to Lilith and Finny and get a brief glimpse into Harry's past.
Special announcement: Own a piece of Harry Strange history and help out the show by picking up a copy of the season one script book “Harry Strange in The Stones of Solomon” Click here to order your Kindle or print copy of “Harry Strange in the Stones of Solomon”.
Harry’s theme music was written and performed by Lance Haugen (Hogan) and is copyright by Lance Haugen and used by permission. Contact Lance at his email email@example.com