The last 24 hours have been really tough…
A voice in fifteen-year-old Andromeda’s head just won’t shut up, and it becomes stronger after she discovers her grandmother is missing. An ornery cat, an annoying canary, well meaning but clueless adults, friends who want to help and a peer who would rather be grumpy than useful create a headache inducing day for a girl who just wants to find her grandma. Tune in for “Don’t Cry Over Cold Tea”:
“Don’t Cry Over Cold Tea” is written, produced and performed by secondary students on The Shire’s Audio Drama Team who come from all over the St. Croix Valley on both sides of the river. Listen to a zany version of credits here:
“Don’t Cry Over Cold Tea is the first episode of an ongoing podcast series called HUSH that will be aired once a month on Voices in the Valley (Saturday mornings at 10:00 on KLBB 1220) before being uploaded to iTunes and Sound Cloud. Sign up for the #HUSHpodcast newsletter or find out how to become involved with the production by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keep on top of what’s happening with the show at www.theshireonline.com/radio_play, or stay in-the-know by participating in HUSH’s social media. Receive clues and other teasers by entering our social media stream. Find Violet Thatcher on Facebook, follow Andy on Tumblr at warmbanksoftheriver, check out Ben on Instagram at the_benster_official or subscribe to #HUSHpodcast on YouTube. Who knows, maybe the four friends will even get into a game of Pokemon Go? But, wait – if Violet is missing, how can she be posting on Facebook? Well, that is a mystery.