May 23, 2021
When Jane Barnes moves to her father’s affluent New England hometown for her senior year of High School, she soon discovers that the quaint village has a strange effect on her, especially when she steps into its ancient cemetery, where one of the stones marks the grave of another Jane Barnes – accused of witchcraft almost 400 years before. Jane’s search into the past puts her on a collision course with Newfield’s history when it becomes clear her namesake ancestor was at the center of some of the town’s darkest days.
Roaring Box Productions
Roaring Box Productions is an adventurous fictional podcast, audiobook and radio-play laboratory which explores new ways to create and share audio stories and experiences which are devised and executed by the form’s most talented artists. Created by Tracy Brigden and Mike DelGaudio, Roaring Box plans to create a menu of uniquely theatrical and immersive audio experiences for the listener.
Tracy Brigden - Writer, Producer
Tracy Brigden has spent over 30 years in the theatre developing, producing and directing new work for the stage. She was Artistic Director of City Theatre in Pittsburgh for 16 years where she directed and/or produced almost 200 new plays and musicals as well as directing theatre across the country and in New York. Tracy received her MFA in Dramatic Writing from Point Park University in 2019. Her play, I Know You Are, But What Am I? had its premiere in 2019 and she has had two immersive theatre plays, Road to Independence and Legends and Hauntings produced through the Fairfield History Center. Her play Stage Struck about Bram Stoker, author of Dracula, was recently awarded first place in Pittsburgh Playlabs Script Competition. In addition to her work on scripted podcasts, he is currently writing a feature film about Qanon.
Eric Shimelonis - Original Music
Eric Shimelonis is a composer, conductor, and multi-instrumentalist. His genre-defying score work has been heard on everything from the big screen to the small stage, and his classical compositions have been performed at Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, Tanglewood, and Harvard’s Center for Hellenic Studies. In collaboration with his wife Rebecca Sheir, Eric produces and scores a number of podcasts, including the children’s storytelling podcast Circle Round.
Kenny Neal - Sound Design
Kenny Neal is a Helen Hayes Award-winning sound designer, composer and arranger. His work has been heard in theaters in the Washington DC area including The Kennedy Center, Olney Theatre Center, Signature Theatre, The Studio Theatre, and many others. He has designed sound as a teaching artist at Georgetown University, The University of Maryland, and American University, where he served as an adjunct professor in the Department of Performing Arts. He studied music history and composition at St. Mary’s College of Maryland.
Kate Baldwin - Jane
Kate starred opposite both Bette Midler and Bernadette Peters in the 2017 Tony-winning revival of Hello Dolly! She was nominated for the 2017 Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle Awards for her performance as Irene Molloy. Her starring role in the 2009 Broadway revival of Finian’s Rainbow drew Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle Award nominations. She received a Drama Desk Award nomination as Jen in Keen Company’s revival of John & Jen. She starred as Sandra Bloom in Big Fish on Broadway and earned a Drama Desk Award nomination as Leslie Lyntonn Benedict in Giant at The Public Theater. Off Broadway, she drew raves in Songbird (59E59) and a Lortel Award nomination in Superhero (Second Stage). Television: “Law & Order SVU” (NBC) “Just Beyond” (Disney Plus) “Live from Lincoln Center: Stephen Sondheim’s Passion” (PBS) “First You Dream: The Music of Kander and Ebb” (PBS)
Mike DelGaudio – Jane’s Dad
Mike is a voice actor and producer, you can find him most often in his home studio where he produces his YouTube channel “Booth Junkie” helping new voice actors get started in their own studios. He has appeared as a narrator for the New York Times, Audible's Atlas Obscura, Montage King MMA and has been a player on The NoSleep Podcast for over 10 seasons. Recent corporate clients include Anheuser Busch, Caterpillar and Publix.
Erin Lillis - Liza
Erin Lillis is proud to be working with Newfield in the part of Liza / Elizabeth. She has previously done work in audio drama as a narrator and character actor for The NoSleep Podcast, Congeria, Mandible Judy, Calling Darkness, The Grey Rooms, Destructive Criticism and many more. In addition she can be heard in several video games including Devour, Noch, Simulacra 2, Seeking Dawn, Stifled and the upcoming Brok the Investigator. Outside of voice work, Erin also hunts ghosts, writes short horror stories and has been to every Disney park in the world. To find her other work you can visit her website at ErinLillis.com or follow her on Twitter/Instagram at @Ravie13.
Mary Murphy - Madison
Mary is an actor/voice-over artist. She loves the world of audio drama and is thrilled to join the cast of Newfield. A few of her most recent credits include the one-woman play An Evening With Lola Montez that originally premiered at Capital Fringe, multiple roles in
It’s A Wonderful Life at Arkansas Rep, the film Never No More, and the audio-immersive piece Did You Hear Her Voice? As a voice actor she can currently be heard on the animated series Octonauts, Past/Present, Muzzy, Scampr, LeapFrog, Kinetic Light’s Descent, Mouth Media, and voicing various characters on Fireside Mystery Theatre, The NoSleep Podcast, and The Wicked Library.
Graham Rowat- Finn, Judge
Graham is a New York based actor working in film, television, and stage, most recently appearing in the Broadway production of Steve Martin’s, Meteor Shower. He’s an award winning audiobook narrator and a regular guest on such podcast audio dramas as NoSleep, The Grey Rooms, Copperheart, Among the Stars and Bones, and The SCP Archives. While in high school, Graham was briefly suspended from performing the morning announcements because of “inappropriate sounds”.
Erika Sanderson - Colonial Ladies, Mrs. Harris
Erika trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London, UK. She works as an actor, director, and voice actor. A highly versatile character actress, Erika's stage career spans over 3 decades in which she has created a myriad of roles in a variety of genres from children's theatre to classical plays and musicals. Since 2015 she has appeared in several audio dramas and is an award-winning voice actor. She has become known as "The Woman of a 1,000 Voices" for her work on The NoSleep Podcast.