Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Episode #3: The Birds' Christmas Carol

For those of you who don’t know, The Birds’ Christmas Carol is actually not a new production; it was made last Christmas. However, due to some factors, it was not made exactly the way I would have liked. So over the past year I have made several changes to it and rerecorded some sections. And now it’s done! Yay!! So I hope those of you who heard the original version will enjoy this new edition even better! Oh, and also the file was rather large, so I had to reduce the quality for the player below. So if you really want to hear it in the best quality I would suggest you download the mp3 file by clicking on the post title.

A few of you looking at the title are probably thinking, “What on earth is this story about? Are they doing a rehashing of “A Christmas Carol” using birds?!” No, no, folks! It has nothing to do with that! The last name of the main family in the story is Bird. And on Christmas Day Mrs. Bird gives birth to their fourth child, who they call Carol. So she is their ‘Christmas Carol’. Understand now? I hope so. And I hope you enjoy it!

Based on the book by Kate Douglas Wiggin.

Featuring Hannah Thiessen, Ried Thiessen, Renae Thiessen, Daniel Goodman, Levi Coates, Caleb Thiessen, Jan Nelson, Brent Karding, Hannah Thiessen, Josiah Coates, Jerusha Coates (now Doerksen), Bethany Coates, Aaron Thiessen, Frances Aspiras, Natalie Karding, Jordan Shaw, Nathan Karding, Maresha Coates, Joel Thiessen, Lucas Karding, Jenna Karding, and Ray Thiessen.

Starring Hannah Thiessen


Blog: https://audioadventuretheatre.blogspot.com/


Anonymous said...

That was great, guys! Thanks! =)
I had my whole family listen to it for our family night. Thanks for all the hard work that you all put into making this!
Keep up the good work!
In Christ,

Caleb said...

Hi, Lydia!
Thanks for the comment! I'm glad you thought it was great, but personally - even though I first made it last year and have worked on improving it since then - I still am not really satisfied with it overall. Though, as long as everybody enjoyed it, I guess it didn't turn out TOO terribly!
Take care and God bless,

Anonymous said...

It was very good! I really think you should put that 'ancient' Christmas Carol on here! Everybody would love it!