Rogue Transmissions: Dwayne Farver

Welcome to Rogue Transmissions: a nonfiction interview series! Our guest today is Dwayne Farver.  Learn more about Manifestations at podmanifest.com.  You’ll also hear a newRead More

Science Fiction
Published: April 19, 2020, 8:25 a.m.

Rogue Transmissions: Talon Stradley

Welcome to Rogue Transmissions: a nonfiction interview series! Our guest today is Talon Stradley. Learn more about Newton’s Dark Room at  newtonsdarkroom.com. Theme song isRead More

Science Fiction
Published: April 5, 2020, 8:41 a.m.

The Poetry of Moonbase Theta, Out

Hello listeners, and greetings from the Moon! Well, greetings from somewhere that feels as far away as the Moon right now, because I am lockedRead More

Science Fiction
Published: March 29, 2020, 6 a.m.

MTO – Combined Season 2

Residents of Earth! Here we are, for your pleasure to marathon … the combined Season 2! We also had a combined Season 1 back inRead More

Science Fiction
Published: March 22, 2020, 5:59 a.m.

Rogue Transmissions: Tal Minear

Welcome to Rogue Transmissions: a nonfiction interview series! Our guest today is Tal Minear. Learn more about Sidequesting at sidequesting.carrd.co.  While we’re between seasons, we’reRead More

Science Fiction
Published: March 8, 2020, 8:40 a.m.

MTO S2 Bonus – “Moddy Sarah”

Moddy Sarah, who sent a message in the middle of Season 1, is back with an update. While we’ve been looking to the Moon, manyRead More

Science Fiction
Published: Feb. 16, 2020, 8:38 a.m.

MTO S2 Bonus – “Roger”

Roger attempts to follow the recorded instructions he’s discovered regarding the stasis pods – with much profanity and without much luck. One last idea takesRead More

Science Fiction
Published: Feb. 2, 2020, 7:33 a.m.

MTO S2 Bonus – “Nessa”

Nessa sends a special postscript to her last message from Moonbase Theta; this one is to all the kids in her family back on Earth.Read More

Science Fiction
Published: Jan. 19, 2020, 6:19 a.m.

MTO Recommends: Civilized, Episode 1

Civilized – Episode 101 – “Rain” Hi folks! Deej here, and we’re bringing you something special while we’re in our little break from MTO –Read More

Science Fiction
Published: Dec. 29, 2019, 7:54 a.m.

MTO S2E10 – “Roger, Ashwini, Wilder” – SEASON FINALE

SEASON TWO FINALE Roger is still on his way back from Moonbase Delta, stopping to share more thoughts on what he found. Ashwini and TumnusRead More

Science Fiction
Published: Dec. 22, 2019, 7:23 a.m.

MTO: Before the Moon – Trailer

Hey there, Moonbase-ians! We’re a week away from our big Moonbase Theta, Out Season Two Finale, but we’re only eleven days away from another hugeRead More

Science Fiction
Published: Dec. 15, 2019, 7:42 a.m.

MTO S2E9 – “Roger, Ashwini, Alexandre”

Roger is still awake and falling apart, desperate to regain contact. Ashwini fights despair in zir own way, resulting in a long-planned revelation to Tumnus.Read More

Science Fiction
Published: Dec. 8, 2019, 6:58 a.m.

MTO S2E8 – “Wilder, Roger, Michell”

Wilder tries to put herself back together – quite literally, and gets information from a source on Earth. Roger and Michell’s private concerns erupt intoRead More

Science Fiction
Published: Nov. 24, 2019, 8:45 a.m.

Coming this December from Monkeyman Productions

Hey folks! Your friendly Monkeyman here, D.J. Sylvis, with a quick message about all the stuff the company has coming to you in December! ThisRead More

Science Fiction
Published: Nov. 17, 2019, 1:20 p.m.

MTO S2E7 – “Roger, Nessa, Wilder”

Roger continues the conversation – and the healing – with his husband. Nessa receives a lovely message from one of her partners, Elena, and squeezesRead More

Science Fiction
Published: Nov. 10, 2019, 8:15 a.m.

MonkeyTales – coming soon!

A hopepunk audio fiction anthology series , starting in December from Monkeyman Productions. What is MonkeyTales? Break it down for me. Hopepunk – an optimistic,Read More

Science Fiction
Published: Nov. 3, 2019, 7:03 a.m.

MTO S2E6 – “Michell, Roger, Alexandre”

Michell is still riding high after Roger’s official reprimand – but receiving Nessa’s message brings him crashing back down. Roger sends a message home and gets down to the real, painfully secret source of his problems. Alex responds with an intimate admission of his own, and looks to their future together. Recommended S1 Episodes for context: S1E10 - "Eleven"; S1E11 - "Ten" Please note that this episode includes discussions of violence and death, as well as depression and extreme mental distress. Michell L’Anglois (he/him) – performed by Cass McPhee (he/they) Roger Bragado-Fischer (he/him) – performed by Leeman Kessler (he/him) Alexandre Bragado-Fischer (he/they) – performed by Gabriel Tankeko (he/they) Enclave Officer performed by D.J. Sylvis Written / Produced / Edited by D.J. Sylvis (he/they) Portuguese Translations – Mary Anne Matos Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. We couldn’t make the show without all the people who provide financial support. You can donate to us through Ko-Fi, or buy some of our merch. You can also support us monthly on Patreon and get extra perks as a thank you. Our Patreon backers are the absolute best and we couldn't make this show without them. The Enclave Officer won't return for another month, but we'll be back in fourteen short days with Episode 7! See you then, space friends!

Science Fiction
Published: Oct. 27, 2019, 6:34 a.m.

MTO S2E5 – “Roger, Nessa, Ashwini”

It has come out that the asteroid warning was a fake; Roger discusses how it came about and considers possible consequences. Nessa extends an olive branch to Michell, including some very personal details from her past. Ashwini is caught up in a whirlwind of distraction until Tumnus pulls zir out. Recommended S1 Episodes for context: S1E8 - "Thirteen"; S1E9 - "Twelve" Please note that this episode includes discussions of physical and mental abuse. Roger Bragado-Fischer (he/him) – performed by Leeman Kessler (he/him) Nessa Cheong (she/they) - performed by Elissa Park (she/her) Ashwini Ray (ze/zir) – performed by Tau Zaman (they/them/their) Tumnus (they) – performed by Jen Ponton (she/her) Special Guest Appearances by Shannon Perry and Richard Nadolny Written / Produced / Edited by D.J. Sylvis (he/they) Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. The blissfunk track for this episode was composed by Lavender, who makes music under A Rose is a Rose and can be found on Bandcamp under that name! Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. Referred to in my notes before the credits: PodTales, coming to Cambridge, MA on October 20th; WiFiSciFi - coming to Seattle in April 2020 with an IndieGoGo campaign running now! You can find more information at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. We couldn’t make the show without all the people who provide financial support. You can donate to us through Ko-Fi, or buy some of our merch. You can also support us monthly on Patreon and get extra perks as a thank you. We've got some new backers to thank this time around: Guardian Lion, Kevin, Sharon Hall, Randy, Peony Foxburr, and several other amazing new donors who haven't yet given us permission to use their names, but they're wonderful all the same! We absolutely couldn't make this show without you. We'll be back in two weeks to see you all again. Take care of yourselves and keep watching the Moon!

Science Fiction
Published: Oct. 13, 2019, 6:50 a.m.

MTO Bonus – “Dr. Just”

Welcome to a bonus episode of Moonbase Theta, Out - originally recorded for International Podcast Month 2019! Set six months before the events of the regular season, this stand-alone story focuses on one of Moonbase Theta’s scientific staff, biologist Dr. Edwin Just. Dr. Just struggles with his tardigrade experiments and his lab partners; receives unexpected assistance from Nessa Cheong, Base Horticulturalist, and Wilder, Base Maintenance; and has the strangest of dreams as things come to a boiling point. Dr. Edwin Just (he/they) - performed by David S. Dear (he/him) Dr. Jules Serano (she/they) - performed by Hazel Stapp (she/her) Dr. Ringling (they/them) - performed by Dallas Wheatley (they/them) Dr. Day (she/her) - performed by Sarah Rhea Werner (she/her) Nessa Cheong (she/they) – performed by Elissa Park (she/her) Wilder (she/they) – performed by Tina Daniels (she/her) Roger Bragado-Fischer (he/him) – performed by Leeman Kessler (he/him) Computer Voice - performed by Jen Ponton (she/her) T-voices: Cass McPhee (he/him), Mel Hartman (they/them), and Mandy Hall (she/her) Written / Produced / Edited by D.J. Sylvis (he/they); editing assistance provided by Mandy Hall (she/her) The theme music is the track, "Star," by the band, "Ramp" - you can find them at ramp-music.net; and this episode also featured their tracks, "Blush," "Rising Falling", and "Watersail." Additional music during the dream sequence came from the track, "Sloth," by Sounds Like An Earful Music Supply - you can find them at soundslikeanearful.com. All sound effects came from https://freesound.org/ - you can find further attribution on our website, monkeymanproductions.com. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. We couldn’t make the show without all the people who provide financial support. You can donate to us through Ko-Fi, or buy some of our merch. You can also support us monthly on Patreon and get extra perks as a thank you. We couldn’t do this without you. Our next new episode will be S2E5, dropping on October 13th! Thanks for spreading the word around, and keep watching the Moon!

Science Fiction
Published: Oct. 6, 2019, 6:59 a.m.

MTO S2E4 – “Roger, Michell, Nessa”

Roger vents to himself about the changes in Base management and how they’re likely to affect how others see him. Michell provides an official report that ends in a rant about his own frustrations. Nessa discusses the changes coming about, in her new duties and in her private thoughts. Recommended S1 Episodes for context: S1E6 - "Fifteen"; S1E7 - "Fourteen" Roger Bragado-Fischer (he/him) – performed by Leeman Kessler (he/him) Michell L’Anglois (he/him) – performed by Cass McPhee (he/they) Nessa Cheong (she/they) - performed by Elissa Park (she/her) Written / Produced / Edited by D.J. Sylvis (he/they) Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. We couldn’t make the show without all the people who provide financial support. You can donate to us through Ko-Fi -https://ko-fi.com/W7W0S1PY, or buy our merch - http://tee.pub/lic/zUb0YN1_6mw. You can also support us monthly on Patreon - http://patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - and get extra perks as a thank you. We might also thank you in our credits! Today we’d like to thank Angela Eldred, Irfon-Kim Ahmad, Jenna Susannah, Judith Tipton, Karin Heimdahl, MAM, Matt Keeley, Paul Russell, Raymond Morse, Stephanie Cheshire, Stephen Geigen-Miller, and Valerie Koop for their contributions! We couldn’t do this without you. Fourteen days and counting until our next new episode! Thanks for spreading the word around, and keep watching the Moon!

Science Fiction
Published: Sept. 29, 2019, 7:32 a.m.

MTO S2E3 – “Alexandre, Nessa, Roger”

In the aftermath of political instability, Alexandre tries desperately to get a message through to Roger. On-Base, Nessa composes a message to her family in Zhengzhou while keeping up her work in the hydroponic farm. Roger is finally able to listen and reply, and as things calm down the conversation deepens. Recommended S1 Episodes for context: S1E4 - "Seventeen"; S1E5 - "Sixteen" Alexandre Bragado-Fischer (he/they) – performed by Gabriel Tankeko (he/they) Nessa Cheong (she/they) - performed by Elissa Park (she/her) Roger Bragado-Fischer (he/him) – performed by Leeman Kessler (he/him) Written / Produced / Edited by D.J. Sylvis (he/they) Portuguese Translation provided by Mary Anne Matos (she/her) Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. We couldn’t make the show without all the people who provide financial support. You can donate to us through Ko-Fi -https://ko-fi.com/W7W0S1PY, or buy our merch - http://tee.pub/lic/zUb0YN1_6mw. You can also support us monthly on Patreon - http://patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - and get extra perks as a thank you. We might also thank you in our credits! Today we’d like to thank Angela Eldred, Kirsty Woolven, Dallas Wheatley, S. D., Talon Stradley, Amara, Carman F., Doe, Elan Ruskin, and Hazal (balloonwhisk) for their contributions! We couldn't do this without you. We'll be back in fortnight with more MTO. Thanks for spreading the word around, and keep watching the Moon!

Science Fiction
Published: Sept. 15, 2019, 6:46 a.m.

MTO S2E2 – “Roger, Michell, Wilder”

Roger tries to open up in his reply to Alex, acknowledging their problems and reflecting on the universe they inhabit together. Michell L’Anglois, Security, makes a personal report on the rest of the crew … at times, very personal. Wilder takes a moment to go through her current task list and cuddle a rogue hedgehog. Recommended S1 Episodes for context: S1E2 - "Nineteen"; S1E3 - "Eighteen" Roger Bragado-Fischer (he/him) – performed by Leeman Kessler (he/him) Michell L’Anglois (he/him) – performed by Cass McPhee (he/they) Wilder (she/they) – performed by Tina Daniels (she/her) Written / Produced / Edited by D.J. Sylvis (he/they) Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Additional music for this episode is "Violette" by God is gay. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. We couldn’t make the show without all the people who provide financial support. You can donate to us through Ko-Fi, or buy some of our merch. You can also support us monthly on Patreon and get extra perks as a thank you. We might also thank you in our credits! Today we’d like to thank Angela Eldred, Jennifer Cheng, Shawna Davian Den Otter, Tom Rylett, A Ninth World Journal, Alex Kirk, Bianca Woods, Dwayne Farver, Jeff Xilon, and Jonathan Kay for their contributions! We couldn’t do this without you. You’ll see our next episode in two weeks. Thanks for spreading the word around, and keep watching the Moon!

Science Fiction
Published: Sept. 1, 2019, 6:48 a.m.

MTO S2E1 – “Roger, Ashwini, Alexandre”

Roger begins his reporting on Moonbase Theta communications by sharing an intimate message to his husband. Ashwini bemoans a quiet night and the general lack of appreciation for zir genius. Alex replies to Roger with equal love, but also opens up about his frustrations and concerns. Recommended S1 Episodes for context: S1B1 - "Twenty-One"; S1E1 - "Twenty" Roger Bragado-Fischer (he/him) – performed by Leeman Kessler (he/him) Alexandre Bragado-Fischer (he/they) – performed by Gabriel Tankeko (he/they) Ashwini Ray (ze/zir) – performed by Tau Zaman (they/them/their) Tumnus (they) – performed by Jen Ponton (she/her) Written / Produced / Edited by D.J. Sylvis (he/they) Portuguese Translation provided by Mary Anne Matos (she/her) Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. We couldn’t make the show without all the people who provide financial support. You can donate to us through Ko-Fi -https://ko-fi.com/W7W0S1PY, or buy our merch - http://tee.pub/lic/zUb0YN1_6mw. You can also support us monthly on Patreon - http://patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - and get extra perks as a thank you. We might also thank you in our credits! Today we’d like to thank Angela Eldred, Carolyn Mooney, Cass McPhee, Fran Yarger, Melissa Hartman, Victoria McCabe, Witchfaced, Christen Ringling, Nitsa, and Sara Day for their contributions! We couldn’t do this without you. You’ll see our next episode in two weeks. Thanks for spreading the word around, and keep watching the Moon!

Science Fiction
Published: Aug. 18, 2019, 7:33 a.m.

New S2 Promo – Meet the Voices!

Only a few days away from the S2 launch now, and we've got a special promo piece for you today - we've asked each of the voice actors to say a few words about how they built their characters. It's fun and fascinating to hear, and hopefully it'll get you excited for August 18th! And speaking of ... have you heard about our launch party that night? Join us on the Podcast Junkie Discord to listen to the first episode together, chat with the actors, and maybe get a bit of a sneak preview of what comes next! Details on our website. Special thanks to everyone who is making this season possible – by listening, by talking us up online, and by backing us on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions) or sending a donation via our Ko-Fi page (https://ko-fi.com/W7W0S1PY). We always need more help in these areas (our exceptional voice actors deserve to be paid!), and we're always grateful for the support. Roger Bragado-Fischer (he/him) – performed by Leeman Kessler (he/him) Alexandre Bragado-Fischer (he/they) – performed by Gabriel Tankeko (he/they) Michell L’Anglois (he/him) – performed by Cass McPhee (he/him) Nessa Cheong (she/they) – performed by Elissa Park (she/her) Ashwini Ray (ze/zir) – performed by Tau Zaman (they/them/their) Wilder (she/they) – performed by Tina Daniels (she/her) Tumnus (they) – performed by Jen Ponton (she/her) Written / Produced / Edited by D.J. Sylvis (he/they) Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter.

Science Fiction
Published: Aug. 9, 2019, 8:21 a.m.

MTO – Season 2 Promo!

Welcome to the promo episode for Moonbase Theta, Out Season 2! Our new season will launch on August 18th, and it’s going to be a lot more personal. Including, of course, a lot more persons! You’ll be hearing Roger, Alex, Wilder, Nessa, Michell, Ashwini … and revealed here, the surprise sixth character on-Base! Share, enjoy, and add August 18th to your calendar! Special thanks to everyone who is making this season possible – by listening, by talking us up online, and by backing us on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions) or sending a donation via our Ko-Fi page (https://ko-fi.com/W7W0S1PY). We always need more help in these areas (our exceptional voice actors deserve to be paid!), and we're always grateful for the support. Roger Bragado-Fischer (he/him) – performed by Leeman Kessler (he/him) Alexandre Bragado-Fischer (he/they) – performed by Gabriel Tankeko (he/they) Michell L’Anglois (he/him) – performed by Cass McPhee (he/him) Nessa Cheong (she/they) – performed by Elissa Park (she/her) Ashwini Ray (ze/zir) – performed by Tau Zaman (they/them/their) Wilder (she/they) – performed by Tina Daniels (she/her) Tumnus (they) – performed by Jen Ponton (she/her) Written / Produced / Edited by D.J. Sylvis (he/they) Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter.

Science Fiction
Published: July 14, 2019, 6:22 a.m.

MTO – Combined Season 1

New to the show, looking to binge, ready to revisit Moonbase Theta? Here's the entire Season One - including bonus episodes - in chronological order! (So that's Bonus Ep. 1 - Regular Season - Bonus Ep. 2!) Roger Bragado-Fischer: Leeman Kessler (he/him) Moddy Sarah: HE Casson (they/them) Wilder: Tina Daniels (she/her) Scientist: David S. Dear (he/him) Written and produced by D.J. Sylvis (he/they) Thanks again for listening, and sharing, and talking up the show! And special thanks to the people helping make our second season possible – backing us on Patreon or making a one-time donation via our Ko-Fi page. We’re deep into writing new episodes, about to cast all the characters being added for S2, and we couldn’t do it without your backing! Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter.

Science Fiction
Published: June 1, 2019, 5:10 p.m.

MTO – S1 Bonus Episode – “Minus One”

The final bonus episode for Season 1 finds Roger a week beyond the end of the scheduled shutdown sequence, wandering the Base on his own, coming to terms with what he’s discovered. However, an unexpected voice may change everything … Roger Bragado-Fischer: Leeman Kessler (he/him) Wilder: Tina Daniels (she/her) Scientist: David S. Dear (he/him) Written and produced by D.J. Sylvis (he/they) Thanks again for listening, and sharing, and talking up the show! And special thanks to the people helping make our second season possible – backing us on Patreon or making a one-time donation via our Ko-Fi page. We’re deep into writing new episodes, about to cast all the characters being added for S2, and we couldn’t do it without your backing! Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. Also stay tuned after the episode to hear promos for two other thrilling sci-fi shows: Relativity and Ninth World Journal! You can find more information (including sound effects credits) at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter.

Science Fiction
Published: April 28, 2019, 2:28 p.m.

MTO – S1 Bonus Episode – “Twenty-One”

Welcome to our first bonus episode! Set one week before Season 1, this episode is a personal log from Roger as he adjusts to the news of the forthcoming shutdown, considers his companions for the next twenty weeks, and wonders how Alex will take the news. Thank you so much for listening, and for your support through Season 1! This is the first of two bonus episodes, a bit of an inside view into Roger's more personal thoughts, and more the direction that we'll be taking in Season 2. The other bonus episode will show up in your feed two weeks from now, titled "Minus One," occurring after the events of Season 1! Keep an eye out for that! And then it's full-blown creative time pushing toward S2, hopefully to arrive by midsummer! Please consider helping us to make next season possible by backing us on Patreon (where we've just beefed up our perks!) or by making a small one-time donation on our Ko-Fi page. Your support makes all the difference! Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter.

Science Fiction
Published: April 14, 2019, 9:20 a.m.

MTO Creator Chat – D.J. Sylvis and Leeman Kessler

Join D.J. Sylvis (writer/producer) and Leeman Kessler (voice of Roger Bragado-Fischer) as they answer your questions, talk about their creative process, and tease a few tidbits for the upcoming bonus episodes and Season Two! Thank you so much for listening, and for your support through Season 1! We'll have the two S1 bonus episodes coming later in April (schedule up on the website) that will lead to some interesting revelations and a more personal look at life on-Base. And then it's full-blown creative time pushing toward S2, hopefully to arrive by midsummer! Please consider helping us to make next season possible by backing us on Patreon (where we've just beefed up our perks!) or by making a small one-time donation on our Ko-Fi page. Your support makes all the difference! You can find Leeman as H.P. Lovecraft, and his various supporting cast, at AskLovecraft.com! Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter.

Science Fiction
Published: March 31, 2019, 6:51 p.m.

MTO S1E20 – “One”

SEASON FINALE! Roger has made it back to Theta and the aftermath of his discovery. He sends a detailed report out on every possible frequency, with significant literary assistance from Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and considers options. Thank you so much for listening, and for your support through Season 1! We'll have bonus content coming in April (schedule up on the website) that will lead to some interesting revelations. Season 2 is also in development - dates TBA, but there's more information about that in our Twitter feed and on the site as soon as I can get it cleaned up. You're all amazing, and we can't wait to bring you more of this story! Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Pronouns and Gender in Moonbase Theta, Out - https://monkeymanproductions.com/2019/01/pronouns-and-gender-in-moonbase-theta-out/ Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - we've just beefed up our perks and you'd be a huge part of making the next season possible!

Science Fiction
Published: March 17, 2019, 2:42 p.m.

MTO S1E19 – “Two”

Roger reports from Moonbase Delta, on the Earth-facing side of the Moon, having completed his trip and found several damaged communications towers which they hope to repair. However, on inspection of the Base, a deeper issue comes to light. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Pronouns and Gender in Moonbase Theta, Out - https://monkeymanproductions.com/2019/01/pronouns-and-gender-in-moonbase-theta-out/ Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

Science Fiction
Published: March 10, 2019, 3:42 p.m.

MTO S1E18 – “Three”

There is still no response from Earth; Roger invokes the Base Emergency Communications Procedures and makes last-ditch plans to travel to one of the near-side Bases to inspect the towers along the way. There is a very personal message to Alexandre. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Pronouns and Gender in Moonbase Theta, Out - https://monkeymanproductions.com/2019/01/pronouns-and-gender-in-moonbase-theta-out/ Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

Science Fiction
Published: March 3, 2019, noon

MTO S1E17 – “Four”

Communications from Earth have gone silent; Roger has been awake too long monitoring the frequencies with nothing but their thoughts. The dark side of the moon has gotten significantly darker. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Pronouns and Gender in Moonbase Theta, Out - https://monkeymanproductions.com/2019/01/pronouns-and-gender-in-moonbase-theta-out/ Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

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Published: Feb. 24, 2019, 10:16 p.m.

MTO S1E16 – “Five”

An update is provided regarding the interstitial supply rocket and the expected offload of resources. On-Base, rumours and personality clashes abound. Roger replies to Alexandre’s report of new puppies. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Pronouns and Gender in Moonbase Theta, Out - https://monkeymanproductions.com/2019/01/pronouns-and-gender-in-moonbase-theta-out/ Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

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Published: Feb. 17, 2019, 9:53 p.m.

MTO S1E15 – “Six”

The solar flares have delayed the expected supply rocket. Roger provides further details on the accident, and a personal message on the ways in which their universe has been affected. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Pronouns and Gender in Moonbase Theta, Out - https://monkeymanproductions.com/2019/01/pronouns-and-gender-in-moonbase-theta-out/ Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

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Published: Feb. 11, 2019, 12:06 a.m.

MTO S1E14 – “Seven”

The staff reallocation and updated priorities are being followed. Solar flares are predicted, which may affect communications in the coming weeks. Shutdown continues on schedule - until there is a sudden, tragic interruption. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Pronouns and Gender in Moonbase Theta, Out - https://monkeymanproductions.com/2019/01/pronouns-and-gender-in-moonbase-theta-out/ Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

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Published: Feb. 3, 2019, 9:46 p.m.

MTO S1E13 – “Eight”

Management has sent an updated list of staff tasks and shutdown instructions; they are listed and agreed to, though Roger has concerns regarding the fate of the genetic archives. A statement is read into the record regarding last week’s unauthorized interjection. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Pronouns and Gender in Moonbase Theta, Out - https://monkeymanproductions.com/2019/01/pronouns-and-gender-in-moonbase-theta-out/ Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

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Published: Jan. 27, 2019, 10:43 p.m.

MTO S1E12 – “Nine”

Roger reports on the current status of the shutdown, and makes a rare pop culture reference. An unauthorized broadcast comes through from Earth, which is played back into the report verbatim. There is a personal message to Alexandre. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler.Guest appearance by HE Casson Pronouns and Gender in Moonbase Theta, Out - https://monkeymanproductions.com/2019/01/pronouns-and-gender-in-moonbase-theta-out/ Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

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Published: Jan. 21, 2019, 12:19 a.m.

MTO S1E11 – “Ten”

The Moonbase crew receives a memo that changes their priorities for the rest of the shutdown sequence. Science is downgraded; Dairy Milk is appreciated; there is a momentary break due to seismic activity. Roger is rattled, and seems to have forgotten something. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

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Published: Jan. 14, 2019, 12:30 a.m.

MTO S1E10 – “Eleven”

The supply rocket arrives, and departs again without a very important part of its payload. Roger explains the work they’ve done in crafting the station’s outgoing messages into space, finally provides the requested report on internal communications, and sends a special birthday message to Alexandre. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

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Published: Jan. 7, 2019, 12:23 a.m.

MTO S1E9 – “Twelve”

While the current emergency has been resolved, the crew of Theta promises continued vigilance. Preparations are made for the forthcoming rocket arrival, and Roger provides a report on crew morale that includes an unexpected visit to Narnia. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

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Published: Dec. 31, 2018, 12:45 a.m.

MTO S1E8 – “Thirteen”

All concerns and conflicts affecting Moonbase Theta are set aside – for an emergency alert that could affect everyone on the planet below. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

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Published: Dec. 24, 2018, 12:01 a.m.

MTO S1E7 – “Fourteen”

Base management responds by agreeing to hold to the original shutdown sequence – but with a list of new directives, including one that will make Roger’s position more uncomfortable. Alexandre provides one positive note from the home front. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

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Published: Dec. 16, 2018, 11:24 p.m.

MTO S1E6 – “Fifteen”

Moonbase Theta comes under new management, and thus come new priorities and new obligations. Roger attempts to push back in the ways they can, perhaps emboldened by the renewed contact with Alexandre. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

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Published: Dec. 9, 2018, 11:33 p.m.

MTO S1E5 – “Sixteen”

The supply rocket arrives, but with little information about where things stand on Earth. Roger sends an emotional update regarding their work in the Base hydroponic farms, and how it reminds them of a garden, and husband, being missed so much. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

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Published: Dec. 3, 2018, 12:49 a.m.

MTO S1E4 – “Seventeen”

A response is received regarding the rocket delay, but no rocket. Roger has concerns regarding the situation both on Base and on Earth. As always throughout time and space, duct tape is important. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

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Published: Nov. 25, 2018, 9:01 p.m.

MTO S1E3 – “Eighteen”

Shutdown is at eighteen weeks. The scheduled rocket, expected with fresh supplies and to offload the base’s Helium-3 stores, has not yet arrived. Roger tries to stave off anxiety with a report on the decommissioning of crew quarters, which reveals a variety of odd and illicit activities. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

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Published: Nov. 12, 2018, 8:44 a.m.

MTO S1E2 – “Nineteen”

Roger reports on the current status of the base shutdown, including management issues and an expansive discussion of the cosmic phenomena monitored by the radio telescope array. In a personal message to their husband, Roger sends a warning about squirrel season. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

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Published: Nov. 12, 2018, 8:42 a.m.

MTO S1E1 – “Twenty”

Roger Bragado-Fischer reports from Moonbase Theta, twenty weeks before base shutdown. Included is a staff update; review of tasks for the shutdown sequence; information on certain irregularities. Also, mutated tardigrades and the olfactory experience of foie gras. Written and edited by D.J. Sylvis; performed by Leeman Kessler. Theme music is "Star" by the band Ramp - http://www.ramp-music.net/. Cover art created by Peter Chiykowski - http://lookitspeter.com/. You can find more information, including episode transcripts each Wednesday, at https://monkeymanproductions.com/moonbase-theta-out/. You can also find us at Monkeyman Productions on Facebook, and as @MonkeymanProd on Twitter. You can support the show at https://www.patreon.com/monkeymanproductions - if you back us at $5 a month or more, you'll have access to the entire season of MTO from beginning to end today!

Science Fiction
Published: Nov. 12, 2018, 8:37 a.m.

Moonbase Theta, Out – Promo Episode!

Welcome to the world of Moonbase Theta, Out with our promo episode! This is a little preview of the world we’re creating, so take aRead More

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Published: Oct. 14, 2018, 3:55 p.m.

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