Gaia’s Voyages Episode 13: Venjari Part 2

Elizabeth, Gabriel, Armarok, and the Black Ops team leave Gaia for Davaradu, unknowingly watched by none other than Moraxis and Donovan. While on Davaradu Elizabeth and Gabriel meet with Davis Martin Eldenbridge – richest man in the galaxy and owner of D.M.E Enterprises – to discuss the Environmental Conference. Then, the real work can begin.

Starring:
Captain Elizabeth Monroe – Elaine Barrett
Armarok “Ice”– Mark Kalita
Alistair Dumare “Black Jack” – Tom Stitzer
James Addison “Boomer” – Michael Liebmann
Hakon “Deathwalker” – Chris Barnes
Saerci 69 “Succubus” – Amanda Fitzwater
Wyler Dunstan “Blaster” – Joe Stofko
Sullivan Gregori “Sparks” – Michael King
Gabriel Gideon – Philip Weber
Moraxis – Kim Gianopoulos
Donovan – Bill Robb

Introducing:
Davis Martin Eldenbridge – Seth Adam Sher
Richard – Michael Hudson

Written, Cast, Directed, Engineered and produced by Elaine Barrett

Music:
Gaia’s Voyages Main Titles by Sam Haft

Additional Music:
“Suspicion”, “Taking Flight”, “Mystery”, “Forgotten Memories” by Celestial Aeon Project at http://www.mikseri.net/essence

“Brandenburg No. 4-1 BV1049”, “Pop Goes the Weasel” by Kevin MacLeod at http://www.incompetech.com

NOTE: This Podcast has been rated as AD-No One Under 17 – Visually explicit portrayals of violence, which may be characterized by extreme brutality, extreme bloodletting and extreme tissue damage. May include torture, horror, sexual violence. For more info:
http://theaudiodramadirectory.com/ratings/

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5 Responses to Gaia’s Voyages Episode 13: Venjari Part 2

  1. Dana Pearson says:

    I hope the declining episodes doesn’t reflect a discontinuation of this fun and interesting audio drama. Very unique and doubledarn, just when it was seeming to really hit its stride…

    Some feedback would really be appreciated by all your loyal fans!

    Thanks for all the work you’ve been doing…

    • Elaine Barrett says:

      Hey there and thanks for the kind words. Gaia is in no way discontinued. Unfortunately, I had a complete computer meltdown in December and I am still working on getting it fixed and upgraded. I have quite a few fun things planned for the show and am looking forward to mixing again. Look for a new ep later in the spring if all goes as planned.

      • Dana Pearson says:

        Thanks for the feedback and sorry for the computer problems…looking forward to your continuing story!

  2. Amy Hodgson says:

    Hi. I’ve really enjoyed Gaya’s voyages and hope that there will be more episodes.

    I find the universe and premis interesting and original. The performances from the actors are captivating and the storylines are exciting.

    I’ve just finished this episode and can’t wait to see where the show will go next.

    Regards

    Amy 🙂

  3. Bill Hollweg says:

    Missing GAIA too 😉

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