Our Fair City

HartLife

Our Fair City is a campy, post-apocalyptic audiodrama. Founded in 2011 with the help of some incredibly generous Kickstarter donors, Our Fair City has quickly become a notable entry in the audiodrama world. Produced by a staff of Chicago storefront theatre veterans, experienced sound designers, and science educators, Our Fair City has won awards and critical acclaim for its dynamic acting, incisive writing, and high level of production. Led by creator Clayton Faits and executive producer Jeffrey Gardner, the HartLife team produces original audio drama, as well as a comic anthology, an acclaimed series of live performances, and high-concept launch parties.

Episodes

More of our Season Seven Blooper Reel, with a perhaps unhealthy fixation on shacks and trains. If you'd like to support HartLife NFP and Our Fair City, you can join the amazing community on our Patreon page at http://www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp. By pledging monthly, you can ensure the growth and stability of our company and get great rewards like Our Fair City ringtones, Herbert West on your voicemail, personalized HartLife policy certificates, and more. You can also help spread the word by rating and reviewing on iTunes or whatever podcasting service you are listening to us on! Content warnings for this episode can be found here. Talkin' into the Mic--Stephanie Murphy Like Rastlin Majere--Mark Soloff Won't fuck up the flow of the sentence--Ansel Burch YOU MEAN TO TELL ME--Tyler Samples Shack Facts-- Clayton Faits Good morning Caaaatnip--Kat Evans Final Fantasy Train Song--Whitney Kraus Jones Stable Solutions--Nina O'Keefe Amazing Laugh--Tara Schile Come on down to Valentine's Shack--Jonah Winston I don't got a shack--Jeffrey Gardner You get what you deserve if you don't pay attention--Marsha Harman Dealing with extra snot--Frank Sjodin Gonna say what the script actually says--Ryan Schile Compiled and produced Jeffrey Gardner. Photo by Jenna Braunstein Photography. Music by Latche Swing. A huge thank you to our episode sponsor Cards Against Humanity, through the Chicago Podcasting Cooperative.