Episode 228: Inspector Trompe-Loeil “Til Murder Do We Part”

Inspector Trompe-Loieil and Mademoisellet Quossont return to Nutmeg Junction starring Jandi Hanna and Olivia Wadsworth featuring an all star cast in our who-dunnit called “Til Murder Do We Part” With theme music by Robert C. Fullerton

Narrated by Jack Sheedy, Inspector Trompe-Loeiel stars Jandi Hanna as Inspector Trompe-Loeil, Olivia Wadsworth as Harriet Holmes, Rich Cyr as Nibbles, Lana Peck as Aunt Maggie, Kurt Boucher as Sidney Danforth, Dan Willey as Bartholomew Trilby, Deborah Goodman as  Ferrari Maneteau, AJ Lin as Portia Manteau, Kristin Moresi as Mavis Manteau,  introducing Kayla Soule as the Concierge and Jerry Crystal as Alex.

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CREDITS

Nutmeg Junction Episode 228 was written created and produced by J. Timothy Quirk

The program was recorded at WAPJ Torrington Community Radio

 

Jandi Hanna as Inspector Trompe-Loeil

Olivia Wadsworth as Mademoiselle Quossont

Rich Cyr as Nibbles

Lana Peck as Aunt Maggie

Kurt Boucher as Uncle Sidney

Deborah Goodman as Ferrari Manteau

AJ Lin as Portia Manteau

Kristin Moresi as Mavis Manteau

Dan Willey as Trilby

Kayla Soule as the Concierge

Jerry Crystal as Alex

Narrated by Jack Sheedy

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Episode 30: And Then There Was “One”

Inspector Trompe-Loeil and her able assistant Mademoiselle Quosonnt receive an telegram invitation to a dinner party at a strange house above the cliffs of the Wasteland Hills over Smugglers Bay where five furtive strangers who have received the same invitation are gathered.  A note is discovered that threatens the guests “one by one”.  ill anyone get out alive?

Then  a short poem by Sunshine the Cat as voiced by Lana Peck

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SHOW NOTES

This episode was a send up of Agatha Christie’s work, most notably a certain French speaking detective matched with an “And Then There Were None” set up.

The concept was initially conceived for our actors who would be available for a live show which will occur this Sunday 12/2/2018. Just as we recorded “Thoughts Before Brunch” with three members of the cast, this piece would feature other members of the cast. This live event at the SpeakEasy on Dec. 2nd would then be the precursor to a full live show in February and then a gala event in April, our first anniversary as a radio show/audio theater company.

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I also wanted to write these characters and “try them out” because I planned to write a script for Connecticut’s The Lipstick Project (CT) for their company to record our New Years Eve episode, that would be our first joint venture with another theater company. I wanted Trompe-loeil and Quosonnt to be the featured characters for that New Years Eve story.

So after writing this script, I did write a Trompe-Loeil full episode mystery entitled “Three Hours to Midnight” that  is a New Years Eve mystery that takes place at a jazz supper club called “Nothing But Treble” and that will be recorded in mid December and will air as the last show of the year for us.

I was feeling under the weather and so I did not take numerous photos in the recording studio but Kurt Boucher took some extraordinary photos with the green screen and I could not imagine a more fun promo-title card for the characters.
I’m going to hold most of those photos back so that we can use them when we return to those characters again with OUR cast.

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Additionally Lana Peck, who has been cast in an upcoming Warner Stage Company production of “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder’ was able to record the narration and then a separate poem I had written, or transcribed really, based on my cat Sunshine’s unhappiness upon finding food late to the bowl and then, horrors of all horrors, the food was a new brand.

 

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CREDITS

This has been episode 30 of Nutmeg Junction which was created, written and produced by J. Timothy Quirk copyright 2018 and rehearsed and recorded at WAPJ studio in Torrington, CT.

And Then There Was One, an Inspector Trompe-Loeil Mystery

was narrated by Lana Peck

and starred

Jandi Hanna as Inspector Trompe-Loeil

Olivia Wadsworth as Mademoiselle Quosonnt

With

Kurt Boucher as Carlyle

Nick Bourne as Pennimere

Rich Cyr as Chexington

David Robinson as Gadfly

Jack Sheedy as Couplet

 

A Poem by Sunshine the Cat

Was transcribed on behalf of the feline by J. Timothy Quirk and performed by Lana Peck.

Nutmeg Junction theme was created and performed by Robert C Fullerton c 2018

Additional music and sound courtesy of Youtube royalty free music and we thank them for that.

 

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