Prometheus Radio Theatre is Back on the Air!

It’s been a loooong while, but Prometheus is re-emerging from the cocoon. Up first is a reading of Phil Giunta’s story, “Man to Man,” plus some thoughts on the death of the great Harve Bennett.

With music by Kevin MacLeod and sound effects courtesy of the Free Sound Project.

Also some updates on upcoming Prometheus shows with director Steven H. Wilson, and a brief tribute to the late, great Harve Bennett. Our 2007 interview with Harve can be found here.

The text of “Man to Man” is available at Phil Giunta’s blog.

Better Than I Was Before… Memories of Harve Bennett

Harve_bennet_(2009)Last week, I wrote about a famous man who had died: Leonard Nimoy. It was a gently chiding piece about name-dropping, and about how you don’t need to personally know a celebrity for him to have a huge effect on your life.

And this week, because I’m nothing if not contradictory–or is that everything if not contradictory?–I’m writing about a famous man who died, and how the fact that I knew him personally intensified his effect on my life.

This week, sadly, I’m writing about Harve Bennett, who died Feb 25th at the age of 84. He was about the same age as Leonard Nimoy. They both had long careers in the film business. They worked together on a number of projects. They died within days of each other. Continue reading