In this classic tale of good and evil, Snow White is pursued by a revengeful Queen who is jealous of her natural beauty and goodness. When the Queen learns of Snow White’s hiding place with the Dwarfs in the woods, she prepares a plan to poison her with an apple. Join Snow White as she journeys into the world of the Evil Queen, Udo the Huntsman, the Magic Mirror, the Prince, Deidre the Dove, Albrecht the Owl, and the Deep Dark Woods. Directed by Laura Van Veen and featuring Georgia Lee Schultz as Snow White and Mary Ellen Herder as the Evil Queen, this dramatized version features a full cast of characters, music, and sound effects. Adapted for audio by Diane Vanden Hoven.
Also featuring MICHAEL DICK as Albrecht the Owl / Narrator, KEITH BURNETT as King Kaspar, NOELLE DUPUIS as Queen Rosalinde, BRADY VAN VAERENBERGH as Ragnar the Raven, JAN WALKER-HOLT as the Magic Mirror, AISLYN KING as Deidre the Dove, JAMES HEBBLETHWAITE as Udo the Huntsman, OLIVER GEORGIOU as the Prince and Keith Burnett, Bill Tye and David Farquhar as the Dwarfs.
Brought to life with music, sound effects and a Full Cast of performers, here is the dramatized version of one of the best known Classics in children’s literature
Awarded GOLD at The HEAR Now PODCAST PALOOZA 2017 which is part of the HEAR Now: The Audio Fiction and Arts Festival – Kansas City, Missouri – June 8th to 11th, 2017.
Released: November 22, 2016 / Runtime: 1.0 Hour
Digital Download / MP3 CD
PUBLISHER: Design Sound Productions / DISTRIBUTION: Blackstone Audio
Performance Copyright 2016 Design Sound Productions / Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre
Georgia Lee Schultz as Snow White
Mary Ellen Herder as the Evil Queen
Michael Dick as Albrecht the Owl / Narrator
“A resplendent narration and enchanting sound effects make this edition of Grimm’s 1812 fairy tale quite irresistible. Georgia Lee Schultz’s warm voice is ideal for the portrayal of Snow White, particularly when she talks to her birds. Most impressive is Mary Ellen Herder’s Evil Queen; her harsh voice and disturbing cackle are spot-on. First-rate sound effects add atmosphere; for example, when the Evil Queen persuades Snow White to eat the poisoned apple, the crunch is as realistic as the sounds of the birds…” READ MORE
“Hi folks!…we bring you Voices In The Wind Audio Theatre and their newest release, Snow White. It’s a charming take on the classic fairy tale that, while not typically considered a holiday story, showcases that kind of innocence and wonder we had as children, something we think of more often during the holidays. Voices In The Wind Audio Theatre have many more full-length stories at their website, including some especially for Christmas, so be sure to check them out!”
-Catherine Rinella, Host and Producer, Midnight Audio Theatre – WCBE 90.5 FM – NPR Columbus, Ohio
“Happy Yule Tide to everyone this year and Merry Christmas! Jack and David are thrilled to present Voices In The Wind Audio Theatre from David Farquhar and our feature holiday presentation: Snow White.”
-Jack Ward and David Ault, Hosts of The Sonic Society Broadcast/Podcast on CKDU 88.1 FM Halifax, Nova Scotia
“Chatham-based Voices In The Wind Audio Theatre has published another audio drama from London playwright Diane Vanden Hoven: an adaptation of the classic fairy tale, Snow White.” READ MORE
AUDIO DRAMA REVIEWS
“Adapted from the classic Grimm fairy tale, this audio drama of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves” follows the source material well, yet adds some new elements and characters that fans of the Disney film will find interesting and compelling. A sort of secret history of what really happened … comparisons aside, this truly has feel of a fairy tale … it’s perfect for kids and adults and for those awesome parents who want to introduce their children to audio drama at an early age.” READ MORE
5/5 Stars – Michael Bergonzi, Audio Drama Reviews
There’s nothing quite like closing your eyes and feeling yourself swept away by the sounds of wind and trees and birds chirping, as two people race along on horseback through dense underbrush. It’s the kind of all-immersive production you can lose yourself in. That was the feeling the producers of Snow White were going for when they released the hour-long audiobook in late 2016, the latest offering from Chatham’s Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre. READ MORE