BLACK

Part 3 of The Techno-Colour Tales

Desperate to prevent an alliance between the Opposition and The Grey Sisters, Treguard and Majida tried to intervene directly at Ambrohame. Caught in a freak thunderstorm on their journey, a stray bolt of lightning knocked them both unconscious. Now they have awakened to find everybody they know is behaving very differently, that Treguard himself has authority he had never previously imagined, and that an old friend that they had thought long-dead is still very much alive.

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Black

About

Set in the immediate aftermath of Grey, which was released at Christmas, Black is the third episode in a run of short stories that lead into the final full-length play in the Dunshelm Players drama series. Martin Harder, who played Mogdred in When Five Tribes Go To War in 2010, returns to The Dunshelm Players to play a returning character from the distant past. Also, the cavern elf Elita returns to the character line-up for the first time since her appearance in our debut feature, Famous For Retreating, way back in 2006 (when she was played by Clare Speedie). And on that subject, and as a small note of curiosity, the title music for this episode, called Moonshifter, was the original title track selected for FFR, before we secured the license to use Hidden instead.

Production Notes

Treguard ……………………………… Ruzl Odoni
Majida/Stiletta …………………… Rosey Collins
Hordriss ……………………………… Jake Collins
?????? …………………………… Martin Harder
Motley
…………………………… Ross Thompson
Elita …………………………………… Amy Davies
Pickle ………………………………… Andy Marshall
Aedric ………………………………… Martin Odoni

Writer & Mixer ……………………… Martin Odoni
Intro music (Moonshifter) ………… Soundrangers (composer anonymous)
Outro music (Final Count) ………… Kevin MacLeod
Incidentals ………………………… Soundrangers & Incompetech
Other incidental music ………… Royaltyfreemusic/Productiontrax.com
Running time approximately 35 minutes.
Published 26/7/2013.

4 Responses to “BLACK”

  1. This was really fun to record. Some stellar performances in this one. Amy is crushingly abusive as Elita, and Ruzl really nailed the line, ‘Yes… left.’ Tee hee. 😀

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