There is a great deal of space in the Sol system.
These are small stories of the people who fill it.


Listen to fragments of the lives of people belonging to three vastly different cultures-- Terrans-- planet-dwellers fighting to maintain the lives they’ve always known in an increasingly-precarious ecosystem, Belters--fiercely independent individualists, scraping out livelihoods on the asteroids and moons of the Sol system, and the Peregrination-- former refugees turned family, struggling simply to exist in the blackness of space.

Coming June 4, 2021

Contributing to the show


As an anthology show, Breathing Space, Fading Frontier wants to bring together a collection of writers, editors, directors, and performers. As such, we're interested in hearing from potential collaborators.

See below for our current opportunities.

Updated 4/1/21


Writers
We are currently accepting pitches for Season 2.

We will be accepting pitches till August 1, 2021.

Please click here for information on submitting a pitch.


Voice Actors
There are currently no open roles. Future casting calls will be posted here and on Twitter.

Please click here for information on how to audition.

About the Show


Every life has a story. Is a story.

Some of those stories are epic. Spanning generations, reaching between the stars, describing the rising and falling of empires. Some change the rotation of the planets, push moons out of their orbits.

And some are smaller.

Some stories are of individual lives, personal tragedies and triumphs. Of people, just trying to get by. Trying to create identity, or understanding, or peace, or family in the chaos of the universe.

Trying to create breathing space.

But the Sol system has a lot of space.

These are stories of the individuals that live in that system, and the frontiers they explore to find their space.


Breathing Space, Fading Frontier is an anthology Science Fiction audio drama, telling stories written by a variety of authors in a shared, and collaboratively built universe.

Click here for more information about the cast and crew.

Episodes air on the first and third Friday of the month.


Episodes


[S00E01] Breakdown

Written by Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

Spacefaring Vessel Registration
[Ceres Accords 190A-34.12]

Ship Designation: RM63F
Ship Name: Open Sky
Registered Owner: Cal Andrews
Registered Pilot: Cal Andrews
License Type: S1-SR
Licensed through: Ceres Satellite Station 5
Description: single-crewed, short-range vessel, limited cargo capacity, type V 8VAC/Atmo, propulsion class 5CF



The Cast
Addie is played by Paige Alena
Cal is played by Vanessa Haas

Read the script here

[S00E02] Paradisio, an Omega Hotel Group hotel

Written by Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

Is life on the ground getting you down?
Are you feeling stuck in the mud?
Then it’s time to visit paradise!

Paradisio is a privately-owned orbital belonging to Omega Hotel Group, incorporated on Phobos and not subject to Terran law or governance. Guests take responsibility for their own health and safety, and understand that fluctuations in the orbital’s temperature, atmo, power, and gravity may occur. Legal waivers required upon check-in.


The Cast
Announcer is played by Sean Gettys
Terms and conditions read by M. German

Read the script here

[S00E03] You Must Be A Belter, Because You’re Out Of This World: Never Fail Pickup Lines For Terrans

Written by Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

“You Must Be A Belter, Because You’re Out Of This World: Never Fail Pickup Lines For Terrans” is packed page-to-page with stunning one-liners guaranteed to get you any guy, gal, or pal out in space.
Listen to this sampler, and then send your first payment of 6.99 to blueline commdress B837583!
DISCLAIMER: Book is intended for entertainment purposes only. The publishing company cannot be held liable for any outcomes that result from use of these lines.

The Cast
Voiced by: Vic Collins, Rue Dickey, Shannon Roby, Thomas Fleming, Vanessa Haas, Alice Kyra, Charlie Neal, Corvyn Appleby, Landon Corbin, Dusty Hill, Olivia Cottle, Cam Clark, and M. German.)

Read the script here.

[S00E04] Blues for the Black

Written by Scott Paladin

Tired from your time out in the cold void of space? Take load off at the Ring and Ray, the finest place on Walden Station for food and refreshment.

Bask in the cultured ambiance of our vintage PlayMe(tm) player free piano while you sup on the finest foods, formed in house by our top of the line bioprinter, with finishing touches by our friendly staff. Try a proburger, seared on our imported Cincinnati griddle and topped with pickled garlic cubes. Trying to find a place for that special night out? Come here for a taste of the Green Flash, our signature cocktail, and see if it puts some get-up-and-go in your glands like everyone says.
Head today to Walden Station and find us waiting for you on deck 8 right across from the Ranger Station. You can't miss us.

We'll keep a stool open for ya.


The Cast
Slick is played by Scott Paladin
The Bartender is played by Sean Gettys
Tower Controller is played by Jeremiah

Read the script here.

[S01E01] Goodnight, You Moonlight Ladies

Written by Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

"Some of the most beautiful sights in the System lie along the Saturnian Stock Drive, but damned if it ain’t a lonely ride."

Two asteroid-wrangling vacuum cowboys--one as worn-in as an old exosuit, one new-minted and still shiny. An entire field of mineral-rich BRONCOs. One chance to round them up and bring them home. And one ship of BRONCO rustlers waiting to make off with the string, and the profit.

The Cast
Herschel is played by Thomas Flemming
Anse is played by Quill Turner
Boseman is played by Vic Collins
Gasto is played by Corvyn Appleby

[S01E02] Rat Among Falcons

Written by Scott Paladin

"Welcome to the Forge Sorrow Into Joy, home ship to 152 of The Family."

Ships of the Peregrination often rescue those afloat in space. But this time, the person Captain Yuri Arturoskin fishes out of the black is more a problem than potential partner- an angry young pirate with no name.

The Cast
Captain Yuri Arturoskin is played by Scott Paladin
Nulla is played by Jermiah
X.O. Blindskin is played by M. German

[S01E03] Take a Number, Get in Line

Written by Erika Kaiser

"You know how we tell a new guy? They kick rocks. It’s human, I guess. We’re tactile sons of bitches, right? There’s some part of our monkey brains that never grows past the stage where you chew on your hands and try to shove blocks into holes."

There hasn't been a real war on Terra for 150 years. But that doesn't mean she hasn't needed soldiers. Gabriella Bishop, a former marine who saw more than her share of combat in things that weren't actually wars, has one more chance to keep her classification, and it's in the form of a recently-separated "Orbital Buddy" named Ace. It's just that Ace wants her help about as much as she wants to give it. But sometimes, the only one who can get through to a new veteran is an old one.


The Cast
Gabriella “Gabs” Bishop is played by Erika Kaiser
Campbell is played by Alice Kyra
Alex “Ace” Trelawney is played by M. German
The Veteran's Hotline recording & Clerk are played by Alex Judkins

[S01E04] Objects in Motion

Written by Scott Paladin

"This is Jemma Falcano, Solar Scout troop 316, on the freighter Cantankerous. There are three of us aboard. We are adrift."

A troupe of Solar Scouts' attempt to earn their survival badge turns from a simple camping trip in hard vacuum to a life-and-death struggle when an unexpected equipment failure leaves them stranded in an engineless ship, without proper communications, and far outside normal shipping routes.

The Cast
Jemma Falcano is played by Sarah
Ishana Diaz is played by Izzy Trevellian
Veliny Ashgrove is played by Alyssa
Lt. Evie Yurisdottir is played by Jeremiah

[S01E05] The Salvage of the Valentina Tereshkova

Written by Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

"Buy me a drink. The stronger the better. And get the funds transferred. When they’re in my account, and the drink’s in me, I’ll tell you what you want to know. The entire story of the salvage of the Valentina Tereshkova."

They've got reliable information about a luxury cruise ship, completely intact and ready to be salvaged. What could go wrong?

The Cast
Dowe Maddox is played by Izzy Trevellian
ExaNic Pharmaceuticals Agent is played by Dusty Hill

[S01E06] Wayfaring Strangers

Written by Michael Panush

I’m a NoGo—No Home, Going Anywhere. I been that way since I was knee-high. My mother gave me a name, but I won’t bore you with it.

Three short stories about the lives of NoGos, wanderers who travel the System via stolen trips in cargo holds and overlooked corners, and who have their own ways of understanding friendship, loyalty, and honor.

The Cast
The NoGo's Way
Booster Rockets is played by Sean Gettys
Zero Gravity is played by Thomas Flemming
Dr. Gold is played by Landon Corbin
The Bull is played by Adam Roquemore

The Candy Comet
Star Freighter is played by Olivia Cottle
Red Janey is played by Paige Alena
Zirconium Jaw is played by Quill Turner
Buddy is played by Zach Jaquays
Ensign Rawlings is played by Charlie Neal
The Llamas are played by llamas

Over Jordan
Steel Thumb is played by Scott Paladin
Captain Granville is played by Siobhan
Nurse Nott is played by Cam Clark

[S01E07] Oh Beautiful For Heroes Proved

Written by Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

"I wouldn't blame you if you don't want to risk throwing away your life on some kind of revenge mission that might not have even a chance of succeeding. But it's him. And this may be the only chance we have to make him pay."

Once, they were a unit of skilled individuals, hunting some of the System's most dangerous terrorists. Now, they're nothing more than a professor, a hydroponics engineer, and a paper pusher in the Terran navy. But when they're given the chance to finish their last mission, to capture the man who killed their commander, even 10 years of inaction can't hold them back.


The Cast
Luna Beck is played by Shannon Roby
Lucien Sayid is played by Adam Morton
Kirsti Viktorskin is played by Alice Kyra
Brando Finn is played by Sonny Costa
El Radamacher is played by Cam Clark
Helen Nnamdisdottir is played by Paige Alena
Comm is played by
Hodge Carrington is played by Scott Paladin

[S01E08] Count On The Moon

Written by Landon Corbin

"NLU is pretty good at convincing us accountants that since we have names we get called and aren’t just assigned something like LA-5328 that we matter. At the end of the day though, we’re not really any different than the average employee."

It takes a special kind of person to live on the moon long-term. Is junior accountant Valeriy Maxwell one of them? Rayan Dupont, senior accountant has been assigned to find out. But it takes more than an encyclopedic knowledge of the Lunar Tax Code to make it in the cut-throat world of extra-Terran banking. And sometimes, it's the people you find the most infuriating that can get to know you best.

The Cast
Rayan Dupont is played by James
Valeriy Maxwell is played by Madelin Valentin
Mr. United is played by Nick
The Radio DJ is played by Von Mahady
Nexia is played by Landon Corbin

[S01E09] The Next Big Thing

Written by Scott Paladin

"The Peregrination is a simultaneously anarchic and strongly collectivist group. They're idiosyncratic and down right paranoid. Probably the largest isolated population of people in the solar system."

Vista Unlimited has both the money and materials to expand their Jovian settlement. What they don't have is the ships to carry it there. In an attempt to secure the use of single largest fleet in the System, their agent seeks an audience with the Peregrination. They've done the planning, detailed the budget, what they haven't counted on is that gaining the cooperation of the Family might require something more than ready cash.


The Cast
Tora Zanches is played by Kris Allison
Etianne Calsdottir is played by Christina McClaine
Eka Amityskin is played by Rue Dickey
Alizia Stokes is played by Rebecca Krause

[S01E10] Attention, Associates!

Written by Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

"Attention Associates! This is a reminder that inappropriate behavior with other team members is strictly prohibited by YuKon. If you wonder if you shouldn’t talk to someone, be smart, and don’t! And remember! You put the Yu in YuKon!"

Welcome to YuKon Production and Fabrication Facility 1990, a company-owned asteroid community for employees of the digital retailer (with the System's only "anywhere in 24!" shipping guarantee). We have everything you need, from housing, to education, to entertainment all conveniently close to your places of employment! Just remember to stay productive! Marks against your record may limit your opportunities for apartment rentals, public transit passes, and other YuKon provided services.

The Cast
The Voice of YuKon is played by Jeremiah
Jamila Batori is played by Vanessa Haas
The RemoteManager Droid is played by Bunny
Dr. Gold is played by Landon Corbin
Manda Acterberg is played by Oliva Cottle
Angus Sparacello is played by AJ Garcia
Lynette Momoka is played by Rue Dickey
Mariam Momoka is played by
York Ventura is played by Sean Gettys

[S01E11] The Greatest Show Off Earth & Hello Again From Raven Station

Written by Scott Paladin

Two vignettes in the lives of two very different kinds of performers.

"The Carnivale di Vagabondi Stellari offers any entertainment a soul could desire. Wonders to delight the senses and baffle reason. One may see things here that are no where else in this universe.

Like so many ventures in these precarious times, the Carnivale needs new investors. Sometimes, acquiring them just takes putting on a good show. Luckily, that's exactly what Alois Ilmater and their troupe do best.

"There she is. The love of my life. Maybe if I leave now she won't have noticed me. "

Dog Walkers take the jobs you can't put on the books. In that line of work, it pays to have friends in every port. Unfortunately for Kell, this job is going to bring her back to the one station where she doesn't.

The Cast
The Greatest Show Off Earth
Alois Ilmater is played by Emily Buza
Portwait Germid is played by Sean Gettys
Ramon is played by M. German
Buxley Bones is played by Zach Jaquays
Dr. Zed Wild is played by Vic Collins
Tiffany is played by Paige Alena
Vixy is played by Paige Alena
Archie is played by M. German
Elexa is played by Siobhan

Hello Again From Raven Station
Kell is played by Erika Kaiser
Maeve is played by M. German
Lance is played by Scott Paladin

[S01E12] Advanced Readings in Theoretical Helioseismology

Written by Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

That's the kind of "interesting" that means "potentially catastrophic and largely unexpected" isn't it?

The scientists on the Occulohelios Solar Research Station know that something big is coming. That the end of this 11 year solar cycle is going to bring with it a solar storm of unprecedented proportions, and effects that will echo through the System. They know, and the have the data to prove it. But catastrophe isn't marketable. And evacuation doesn't make sales. It's hard to convince people to prepare for a disaster, when the news is telling them it doesn't really exist.


The Cast
Dr. Modu Page is played by Luca
Dr. Septimus Novak is played by M. German
Dr. Senja Reitfelt is played by Cam Clarke
Dr. Danielle Kotanesku is played by Chrome Roman
Dr. Markus Medina is played by Thom Freitag
Marina Wescott is played by Lilth

[S01E13] We Interrupt This Program

Written by Erika Kaiser, Landon Corbin, Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte, & Scott Paladin

Good evening. Tonight, on the eve of a new century, the solar system finds itself on leading edge of a disturbance within our sun, the star on which all our worlds rely, which ties them together. A disturbance unlike any in recorded history. This is Felicity Fumero, Nova News Network, Redline U142, reporting from Rogers Station.

The Cast
Felicity Fumero is played by Paige Alena
Newt Wiggan is played by David Luzader

Cast & Crew

Alphabetical by First Name


Adam Morton

Actor

Adam (He/Him) is an Extroverted American Podcaster from the East Coast. His current Podcasting project is called "Roll Players," where he and some other creators perform improv comedy and story-telling through tabletop games like "Monster of the Week." Adam is also a co-founder of the Caresalot Creator's Network. When he's not running a show, he's writing poetry and working on a book of rants. He can also be found here, or on twitter here and here.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Lucien Sayid, Oh Beautiful For Heroes Proved

Adam Roquemore

Actor

Adam (he/him), also known as online as Crystalavohkii, is a writer and game designer living in Central Texas. This is his first voice acting role, but you can find his game design work here. He can also be found on his personal twitter, where he mostly yells about robots and his friends.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Taurus Bull, Wayfaring Strangers

Alberto J Garcia

Actor

Alberto (he/him) is a voice actor from small town Texas, into video games, singing, and writing! When he's not doing that he's doing his podcast based on Tokusatsu where he reviews every and all Tokusatsu with a magnifying glass or he's making youtube videogame reviews on series such as Yakuza ! When he's not doing any of those he's spending 5+ hours putting together a Gunpla model kit and then taking another 5+ hours finding out where to put it!
You can follow him on Twitter!

Episode credits:
Actor:
Angus Sparacello, Attention, Associates!

Alex Judkins

Actor

Alex Judkins is a languages student, printmaker, roleplayer and film lover from the UK who is far too fond of her own voice. She can be heard in Beam Saber actual play podcast Admiralty Blues as Proteus Knight, empath fishman mech pilot. You can find her talking about monsters, folklore, horror, films and languages on Twitter.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Veteran's Hotline Voice & VA Clerk, Take a Number, Get in Line

Alice Kyra

Actor

Alice (she/fae) is just a big gay nerd who love podcasts maybe a little too much. Fae can be found excitedly hyping projects she's working on on Twitter and faer experiments in game design can be found at here

Episode credits:
Actor:
Campbell, Take a Number, Get in Line
Kirsti Viktorskin, Oh Beautiful For Heroes Proved

Alyssa

Actor

Alyssa (they/them) is an enthusiastic, queer nerd who sometimes plays TTRPGs for podcasts/streams. Their Twitter exists.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Veliny Ashgrove, Objects in Motion

Bunny

Actor

Bunny (they/she) is a physics and maths student, hobby seamstress, podcast fan and all-round overly enthusiastic nerd from the UK. They have a severe soft spot for found family in its many forms and spend quite a bit of time drawing. You can find them posting all their thoughts on Twitter.

Episode credits:
Actor:
RemoteManager Droid, Attention, Associates!

Cam Clark

Actor

Cam is a nonbinary French-Canadian who likes to pretend that having a natural accent as a VA is a strength because they haven't yet managed to get rid of theirs. Marine biologist by day, they're an amateur musician, singer, voice actor and TTRPG player when they get home. For expressions of love for queer podcasts, complaints about word stress and English pronunciation or nerding out about science, find them on Twitter.

Episode credits:
Actor:
El Radamacher, Goodnight You Moonlight Ladies
Nurse Nott, Wayfaring Strangers
Dr. Senja Reitfelt, Advanced Readings in Theoretical Helioseismology

Charlie Neal

Actor

Charlie (ce/he) is an enthusiastic nerd and aspiring writer located in Connecticut. He hasn't published any original writings but is neck deep in the fanfiction community and plays far more TTRPGs than one should. Ce can be found on Twitter talking about cer's interests, on cer's podcast PrePodEngage, as Phantom on Otherwhere and as guests on various other podcasts like Apex City, Tabletop Roulette and Kids and Their Dogs.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Ensign Rawlings, Wayfaring Strangers

Christina

Actor

Mom to a dog, a cat, and a teen- when she isn't making sure one of them isn't in peril you can find her playing Winterra Darknight on the actual play podcast Agents of DAMNED, where she and her cohosts are attempting to prevent calamities from befalling Faerun. You can catch up with her on Twitter where she is known to post pictures of Mordecai and Pancake (her furry children).

Episode credits:
Actor:
Etianne Calsdottir, The Next Big Thing

Chrome Román

Actor

Chrome is an afro-Puerto Rican creator with a love for sci-fi, fantasy, and unknown secrets lurking in the corners. With a background in visual arts and independent publishing, Chrome has decided to break in to an old passion: TTRPG's and voice acting. They're excited for their debut public acting commitment and hope it will be one of many as they continue to broaden their horizons. You can find Chrome primarily on Twitter and view their portfolio here.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Dr. Daneille Kotanesku, Advanced Readings in Theoretical Helioseismology

Corvyn Appleby

Actor

Corvyn (they/them) is a performer, poet, playwright, podcaster and tabletop RPG designer based out of Chicago, Illinois. You may know them for their work as Karin Segretti on Arcadia, CA or as Ensign Jub Lanski on Dark Valley. You can find them on Twitter , and find their games here.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Gasto, Goodnight, You Moonlight Ladies

Dusty Hill

Actor

Dusty Hill is a San Diego native who is an incredibly Queer Latinx with too many ideas and not enough time. You can find him playing different characters and occasionally running games on stream at Tabletop Roulette, A player in the City of Mists actual play, Animam Agere One of three Dustys on the Tabletop Podcast, From Dust, to Dice or just being the gayest self he can be on Twitter.

Episode credits:
Actor:
ExaNic Pharmacy Agent, The Salvage of the Valentina Tareshkova

Emily Buza

Actor

Emily Buza is an actress, writer, and podcaster. You can hear her as the co-host of Whelmed: The Young Justice Files discussing and analyzing the DC Comics animated series Young Justice wherever you listen to podcasts. In the world of voice acting, you can hear her guarding the fairy kingdom as Nyx on The LaFresien Chronicles, fighting supervillains as Highwire on Protean City Comics, flying through space as Maple Bannon on Dark Valley, and popping up here and there across several other audio dramas and actual plays. You can discover more of Emily's work—including podcast guest appearances, articles, and more of her acting—by following her over on Twitter.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Alois Ilmater, The Greatest Show Off Earth

Erika Kaiser

Developmental Writer/Actor

Erika is a military veteran, self-identified himbo, and expert at collapsing dramatically onto a chaise. She believes in both the heart of the cards AND the power of friendship, and will talk to you at great length about her dogs given the slightest opportunity. She can be found on Twitter.

Episode credits:
Writer:
Take a Number, Get in Line
We Interrupt This Program

Actor:
Gabriella Bishop, Take a Number, Get in Line
Kell, Hello Again From Raven Station

James

Actor

James is a professional button-pusher, amateur illustrator, indie TTRPG enthusiast and award-winning cosplayer hailing from somewhere in the vicinity of Portland, OR. He is almost certainly, at this very moment, overthinking something. You can find him all dressed up on Instagram or follow him on Twitter.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Rayan Dupont, Count on the Moon
John Mark, Badger Game
Speaker 3, G(ym) Force Advertisement

Jeremiah

Actor/Vocalist

Jeremiah (they/them) is a Texan nonbinary lesbian with a vocal enthusiasm for podcasts, cats, and tweeting just about every thought they have. They love to draw and think in far too much depth about their favorite characters. You can hear more from them on Twitter.

Episode credits:
Vocalist:
Blues for the Black, Breathing Space, Fading Frontier theme

Actor:
Nulla, Rat Among Falcons
The Voice of YuKon, Attention, Associates!
Evie Yurisdottir, Objects in Motion

Kris Allison

Actor

Kris (she/any) is an adult finally getting to live out their teenage years in Toronto. She plays TTRPGs (too many), listens to podcasts, and recently bought a pair of roller skates. You can find them spending too much time on Twitter.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Tora Zanches, The Next Big Thing
Space Traffic Control, Badger Game
Speaker 1, G(ym) Force Advertisement

Landon Corbin

Writer/Actor

Landon (he/him) is a full-time IT person and part-time TTRPG nerd from Indiana. When not doing TTRPG or Audio Drama work, he can be found crocheting or being terrorized by his two fluffy cats. You can also find him running games for Magpie Games Curated Play Program, MCing and producing his Urban Shadows podcast Shadows of Saint Fleur, or being a general poly queer trans disaster on Twitter.

Episode credits:
Writer:
Count on the Moon
We Interrupt This Program

Actor:
Nexia, Count on the Moon
Dr. Gold, Wayfaring Strangers, Attention, Associates!

Lee Alder Ketcham Seguinte

Producer/Developmental Writer

Lee is old enough to know better. But where’s the fun in that? He’s fairly sure he isn’t a changeling, but wouldn’t tell you if he were. He lives in Sacramento, California in a Freehold with his husband, another debatably Arcadian, five cats with lofty names, a dog called Ivysaur, and cages full of creepy dolls. He can also be found as the Dimensional Tour Guide/GM on Otherwhere, a Masks: the New Generation Actual Play Podcast, and as the writer/director of Arcadia, California, a California Gothic audio drama. The majority of his other creative work can be found as Law Of Names Games. He spends most of his social media time on Twitter.

Episode credits:
Writer:
Breakdown
Badger Game
Paradisio Orbital Advertisement
G(ym) Force Advertisement
Goodnight, You Moonlight Ladies
The Salvage of the Valentina Tareshkova
Attention, Associates
Oh Beautiful for Heroes Proved
Advanced Readings in Theoretical Helioseismology
We Interrupt This Program

Lilth

Actor

Avid ttrpg player and parent to an adult child. Regular in Dungeons Beyond Dice and can be heard as a guest player on seasonal episodes and random one shots of Corpses and Curios and as Mrs MacCleary in Arcadia, CA. Can also be found on Instagram where she attempts to sell dicebags.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Marina Wescott, Advanced Readings in Theoretical Helioseismology

M. German

Actor

M. German can be found in Arcadia, CA, where he provides the voice of Niko, and Rancho Pasillo, where he provides the voice of Rain. When he's not pretending to be someone else, he's in bed, pretending to be a pillow for his cat. He can be found on Twitter.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Maeve, Hello Again From Raven Station
Blindskin, Rat Among Falcons
Archie, The Greatest Show Off Earth
Ramon, The Greatest Show Off Earth
Alex, Take a Number, Get in Line
Dr. Septimus Novak, Advanced Readings in Theoretical Helioseismology

Madelin Valentin

Actor

Madelin (she/her) is no stranger to audio dramas, but this is her first ever project as a voice actor. You can find her normally playing videos games or getting lost in the Marvel Universe. She also loves to spend time with her family and pets.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Valeriy Maxwell, Count on the Moon

Michael Freitag

Theme Composer/Arranger

Michael (he/him) is a Maine-based freelance composer, arranger, musician, podcaster, playwright, and player of many Zeldas. Until recently, he exclusively wrote soundtracks to things that didn't exist. When he's not working his IT day job, you can find him as the Game Master, editor, and composer for Green Mountain Mysteries, a Dresden Files RPG actual play podcast; or in the internet band Alone on a Friday Night?. You can also find him on Twitter and Soundcloud.

Amy McNally

Fiddler

Amy is a fiddle player who can be found at amymcnally.com . Her album Hazardous Fiddle is available on band camp. You can also support her directly on Patreon

Olivia Cottle

Actor

Olivia is a writer, tabletop player and GM, voice actor, and fictional sports enthusiast. She gets extremely excited about game design and loves building and writing characters. You can follow her on Twitter, but if you don't feel like doing that you can summon her with an offering of an unconventionally multiclassed character sheet. She will heed the call.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Manda Acterberg, Attention, Associates!
Star Freighter, Wayfaring Strangers

Paige Alena

Actor

Paige Alena is an actor, writer, singer, and comedian originally from the San Francisco Bay Area. She’s currently living in Los Angeles and has lent her voice to a number of audio dramas, indie games, and web animations. You can see more of her work at her website, and keep up with her on Twitter.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Tiffany, The Greatest Show Off Earth
Vixy, The Greatest Show Off Earth
Hellen Nnamisdottir, Oh Beautiful for Heroes Proved
Red Janey, Wayfaring Strangers
Felicity Fumero, We Interrupt This Program
Addie, Breakdown, Badger Game

Patrick Mendelsohn

Actor

Patrick (he/him) is a Pennsylvania-based RPG fan and voice actor who can be heard on Season 1 of the Discount Dungeons actual play podcast. He can be found on Twitter or here

Episode credits:
Actor:
Foreman/Electronic Speaker/Holding Cell Speaker, Wayfaring Strangers

Quill Turner

Actor

Quill (he/him) is a big ol' nerd from North Carolina. He is a father to two delightful kids, and spends most of his scarce spare time playing, GMing, and designing TTRPGs. He can be found on Twitter, and his game design can be found here and here.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Zirconium Jaw, Wayfaring Strangers
Anse, Goodnight, You Moonlight Ladies

Rebecca Krause

Actor

Rebecca (she/her) is a highly-excitable new voice actress. After years of live musical theater and other performing arts, she migrated online as a way to be able to keep telling stories under any circumstances. Rebecca's other hobbies include long-distance running, writing, and consuming audio dramas and art in all its forms. She also plays Van Helsing on the audio drama Murray Mysteries, and can sometimes be found lurking on Twitter

Episode credits:
Actor:
Alizia Stokes, The Next Big Thing

Rue Dickey

Actor

Rue is a disabled, Welsh-Romani-Indigenous nonbinary trans man from Oregon, US. They work independently as a voice actor, sensitivity reader, and tabletop game designer. You can hear him in Arcadia, CA as Elliot Baldwin, DNA404 as Calum, and Monocyte as Phineas Q. Progress. They are working on some other projects that are currently under wraps, but they're looking forward to announcing later this year! The easiest way to keep up with Rue is following him on Twitter, or contacting them through their website.

Episode Credits
Actor:
Lynette Momoka, Attention, Associates!
Eka Amityskin, The Next Big Thing
Ion Pile Drive, G(ym) Force Advertisement

Sarah

Actor

By day, Sarah is an aspiring writer living in Melbourne. By any other time, she's also an amateur voice actor and musician typically referred to as Sen online. Storytelling is one of her greatest joys and as such, she is always hanging around that proverbial campfire – trawling different mediums for the next tale to obsess about. You'll soon find her on other projects that have yet to be announced. If you wanna chat or see her post about books (YA in particular), audio dramas, music and RPGs - and sometimes TV shows - check out her Tumblr.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Jemma Falcono, Objects in Motion

Scott Paladin

Developmental Writer/Director/Actor

Scott Paladin is a podcaster and maker operating out of north Texas. A serial obsessive and dilettante, Scott has amassed an eclectic collection of skills and knowledge, from photography to voice acting, coding to carpentry, audio engineering to game design. Find him on his podcasts, Monster Mechanics and Cowboy Classics, on Twitter, or at his website.

Episode credits:
Writer:
Blues for the Black
Bootstrap
Objects in Motion
The Greatest Show Off Earth & Hello Again From Raven Station
Rat Among Falcons
The Next Big Thing
We Interrupt This Program
Lyrics, Blues for the Black, Breathing Space, Fading Frontier theme

Actor:
Captain Yuri Arturoskin, Rat Among Falcons
Lance, Hello Again From Raven Station
Hodge Carrington, Oh Beautiful for Heroes Proved
Speaker 2, G(ym) Force Advertisement

Sean Gettys

Actor

Sean Gettys make the voice good, whether he's acting or editing. He can be found on Twitter for details about current projects and yelling about blaseball.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Portwait Germid, The Greatest Show Off Earth
Booster Rockets, Wayfaring Strangers
York Ventura, Attention, Associates!
Announcer, Paradisio Orbital Advertisement
Aloysius Moriarty, Badger Game
Bartender, Blues for the Black

Shannon Roby

Actor

Shannon is Virginia based performer. Her nerd home is ParadiceRPG, where she is a Cast Member and Community Manager. Shannon has played a variety of roles on several streams and podcasts in the TTRPG community, and she has recently discovered her love of voice acting. You can follow Shannon on Twitter and Instagram at @sroby25.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Luna Beck, Oh Beautiful For Heroes Proved

Siobhan

Actor

Siobhan (she/her) is a molecular biologist, hobby cosplayer, and all around nerd. She plays the self-doubting spell-slinging superhero, Mystic, on Otherwhere, an actual play podcast about super powered teens discovering the multiverse and themselves. You can watch her video game streams on her Twitch and her Twitter.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Captain Granville, Wayfaring Strangers
Elexa, The Greatest Show Off Earth

Sonny Costa

Actor

Sonny Costa is a music producer and singer-songwriter from Las Vegas, but it doesn't stop there. With a love for all things audio, voice acting comes along with that. As a part of various projects, he strives for professionalism and the best quality (something very important in audio.) You can follow him on Twitter

Episode credits:
Actor:
Brando Finn, Oh Beautiful For Heroes Proved

Thomas Flemming

Actor

Thomas (he/him) is a man of many voices who has fostered his craft through a love a tabletop RPGs. You can find him in your podcatcher as The GM for Paradigm Academy; as Ray Ramirez and ARTIE on Outstanding!; and as Wil Sudsworth on Arcadia, CA or you can find him on Twitter.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Herschel, Goodnight, You Moonlight Ladies
Zero Gravity, Wayfaring Strangers

Vanessa Haas

Actor

Vanessa (she/they) currently lives in Kansas City, Missouri where she works on podcasts, her own game, and playing as many TTRPGs as possible. She can be found playing Charlie on Paradigm Academy, as Jack on LGBT&D, as Holly MacCleary on Arcadia, CA and various roles on TTRPG Roulette.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Jamila Batori, Attention, Associates!
Cal, Breakdown, Badger Game

Vic Collins

Actor

Vic was born halfway up a mountain and his hobbies all include pretending to be someone else. He lives in London with a collection of board games. He can also be heard as the voice of Cyrus DiCaprio on Arcadia, CA.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Zed Wild, The Greatest Show Off Earth
Bozeman, Goodnight, You Moonlight Ladies
Viktor Kirstiskin, We Interrupt This Program

Von Mahady

Actor

Von is excited to make his public-work acting debut with Breathing Space, Fading Frontiers. He has several years of experience utilizing voice-work to enhance the experience of table-top RPGs both as a player and a DM, especially given the rise of long-distance virtual groups. He was recognized in 2019 as a published contributor for his Haunted Horatio's Horror House for The Fan Favorite: A Masks RPG Zine, a publication funded on kickstarter and supported by Magpie Games, the publishers of Masks: The New Generation. Von enjoys traveling, exploring new places, meeting new people, and learning new things in order to expand his repertoire for respectful work.

Episode credits:
Actor:
The DJ, Count on the Moon

Zach Jaquays

Actor

Zach (he/him) is a Dallas-based game artist, RPG enthusiast, and cohost of the Monster Mechanics podcast. Remind him he has a Twitter account by following him.

Episode credits:
Actor:
Buxley Bones, The Greatest Show Off Earth
Buddy, Wayfaring Strangers

Terra

As the origin of all life in the System, Terra sees itself as the natural source of leadership for humanity. However, given the fact that Terra's many terrestrial governments do not agree about how that leadership should be structured, it seems unlikely that this will ever come to be.

As likely to fight amongst themselves as against extra-terrestrial forces, Terra has yet to come together enough to address the many pressing environmental crises that plague it. A densely-populated planet, it is home to approximately 75% of humans, living in the ever-shrinking habitable land available between the rising oceans.

No matter what they say about the planet publicly, most Belters, and many inhabitants of other planets view Terra as an almost paradisal place, and Terrans as soft and spoiled by its bounty.

The Belt
The Peregrination

The Belt

Referring generally to all non-planetary settlements in the system, the Belt is made up of a range of human-occupied spaces, including terraformed asteroids, habitat bubble communities, space stations, mining rigs, and all the various independent ships that travel between them.

Fiercely insistent on individual autonomy and independent government, there is not a single authority in the Belt speaking for all its inhabitance. Though generally bound by the Ceres Accords, each community has the right to make and enforce their own system of laws.

Despite, or perhaps because of, their almost fanatical need for self-determination, Belter culture hinges on voluntary collaboration, and the voluntary sharing of resources, labor, and information.

Terra
The Peregrination

The Peregrination

The Peregrination, or the Family, as they refer to themselves, is a tightly-knit, insular community of people living on large space ships, constantly at motion in the spaces between the stars and stations of the System.

The survivors of a tragedy several generations prior that left them refugees, the Peregrinationals have turned their lack of a stable homeworld into a source of strength and community.

Though they interact with the other governments of the System, they remain apart and outside from the struggles for power over both territory and resources that embroil Terra and the Belt.

Terra
The Belt