“Iron Horses Can’t Be Broken” Nominated for Multiple Audio Verse Awards

The Audio Verse Awards are an annual awards show dedicated to celebrating the best in free audio drama around the world. Our first season of Synesthesia Theatre, Iron Horses Can’t Be Broken, was nominated in multiple categories.

We are incredibly pleased that our hard-working cast and crew have gotten this recognition. And we would love your support in seeing us through the next steps! Voting is open to the public, and the first round of voting begins on October 1st, and continues for two weeks. During this time YOU have a chance to make your voice heard. If you thought Iron Horses was exceptional in any of the categories below, then let the internet know and vote!

Vote for Our Cast & Crew!

We were nominated in these categories:

  • Best Music (Synesthesia Theatre theme music)
  • Best Sound Engineering
  • Best Writing
  • Best Actress: Amanda Meyer for Florence Bartleby; Deborah Craft for Iron Horse; Kat O’Connor for Sarah Bartleby; Song Marshall for Aldora Fiske
  • Best Actor: Bill Bullock for Parker; C.J. Julianus for Governor Robert Koning; Doug Schuetz for Luther Koning; James Sparling for Alton Bartleby; Sean Francis for Chester
  • Best Production: Iron Horses Can’t Be Broken

Five finalists in each category will move on to the Finals based on the number of votes they receive, and the last round of voting will also be open to the public for a final two weeks. There are lots of nominees for the first round, so competition will be stiff. As always, you can also support us by telling your friends about us, about Iron Horses and Synesthesia Theatre, and about the voting periods for the Audio Verse Awards. We think it would be great for our cast and crew to get some well-deserved recognition.

About Kat

Artist, actor, photographer, singer. Seeker of truth & beauty. Bringer of light to the shadows. Co-founder and instigator of Burning Brigid Media.

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