Aug. 25, 2020

Yes and Murder

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When a series of murders happen at the comedy theatre, Improv Connecticut, eternal slacker Brenda must step up to find justice, and clear her good name. Narrative podcast.



For me most Audio dramas have too slow a pace. They have great production, and take advantage of the stereo space more than other podcasts. Yes and Murder is no exception to this trend. While you somewhat hooked me in with Brenda basically being caught on film doing a murder I thought, "so how is she going to get out of this." The next scene is a flashback to one of the murders, and it was OK, but the "scree" thing had me confused, and when you started rolling around on the floor in his blood, I just got confused and it pulled me out of the theater in my head in my own brain asking, "Why would anyone do that?" The production is good, the story moves a bit slow to me. Think of your story without the sound effects. Then make the sound effects icing on the cake. Check out the book Storyworthy by Matthew Dicks

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