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Our Fair City

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Our Fair City is a campy, post-apocalyptic audio drama, produced by HartLife NFP in Chicago, IL. Learn more at www.ourfaircity.com

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Our Fair City is a campy, post-apocalyptic audio drama, produced by HartLife NFP in Chicago, IL. Learn more at www.ourfaircity.com

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406 Ratings
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Funny and unexpected

By Repgh - May 10 2019
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Fun story with likable characters in a well-defined setting. Unexpected gem.

It’s just that good

By ObviouslyFaikeAcount - Jan 12 2019
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If you like sci fi and comedy with plenty of cheesy goop all over it.

iTunes Ratings

406 Ratings
Average Ratings
357
27
11
7
4

Funny and unexpected

By Repgh - May 10 2019
Read more

Fun story with likable characters in a well-defined setting. Unexpected gem.

It’s just that good

By ObviouslyFaikeAcount - Jan 12 2019
Read more

If you like sci fi and comedy with plenty of cheesy goop all over it.

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Our Fair City

Updated 25 days ago

Rank #10 in Performing Arts category

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Our Fair City is a campy, post-apocalyptic audio drama, produced by HartLife NFP in Chicago, IL. Learn more at www.ourfaircity.com

Warning: This podcast is a series podcast

This means episodes are recommended to be heard in order from the very start. Here's the 10 best episodes of the series anyway though!

Rank #1: Episode 8.10 - Memory Loss

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I regret having to play this tape for you, Policies.  Bear witness to my lowest moment. ================== If you want to help us create more great audio drama, become a backer on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp. We rely on the support of Policies like you to keep making this work- thank you so much for your support. 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. Foster Livy— Ansel Burch Doctor Emily Caligari— Marsha Harman Elizabeth— Tara Schile Doctor Herbert West— Ryan Schile Andrew Snidge— Frank Sjodin Voice of HartLife— Jeffrey Gardner Cassie Wilkins— Ele Matelan Written by Mark Soloff. Directed by  Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Music by Stephen Poon.  Episode art by Lauren Faits. Produced by Jeffrey Gardner. Recording Engineering by DJ Catnip. Created by Clayton Faits.  Special thanks to our sponsor for this episode, the Second City Training Center.

Feb 28 2018
21 mins
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Rank #2: Episode 8.11 - A Question of Labor

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We return to those absurd Hendersonians and their disgusting rebellion.  Perhaps there is some clue as to what happened to our beloved Company here? ================== If you want to help us create more great audio drama, become a backer on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp. We rely on the support of Policies like you to keep making this work- thank you so much for your support. 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. Foster Livy— Ansel Burch Archibald FunnyPants— Mark Soloff Greyson— David Rheinstrom Clear Skies Tim— Tyler Samples Veronika Hasher— Ginneh Thomas Loamy— Kat Evans Teju Valentine— Jonah Winston Sandy— Abby Doud Clay— Clint Worthington Limey— Lauren Faits Peat— Jared Latore Ash— David Rheinstrom Ferrous— Jeffrey Gardner Tower Watch Croney— Jared Latore Written by Clayton Faits. Directed by  Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by DJ Catnip. Music by Stephen Poon.  Episode art by Clayton Faits. Produced by Jeffrey Gardner. Recording Engineering by DJ Catnip. Created by Clayton Faits.  Special thanks to our sponsor for this episode, the Second City Training Center.

Mar 14 2018
10 mins
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Rank #3: 8.17 - For Albuquerque

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Today I take a little trip- al's Bar, I think. ================== If you want to help us create more great audio drama, become a backer on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp. We rely on the support of Policies like you to keep making this work- thank you so much for your support. 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. Foster Livy— Ansel Burch Doctor Herbert West— Ryan Schile Elizabeth Rourke— Tara Schile Old Man— Clayton Faits Andrew Snidge— Frank Sjodin Nathan Rourke— Clayton Faits Written by Mark Soloff. Directed by  Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Music by Stephen Poon.  Episode art by Ryan Schile, and featuring Clayton Faits, Tara Schile, Frank Sjodin, and Ryan Schile.  Produced by Jeffrey Gardner. Recording Engineering by DJ Catnip. Created by Clayton Faits.

Jun 06 2018
16 mins
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Rank #4: Episode 8.18 - Home, wherever it may be

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What were they building? ================== If you want to help us create more great audio drama, become a backer on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp. We rely on the support of Policies like you to keep making this work- thank you so much for your support. 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. Foster Livy— Ansel Burch Veronika Hasher— Ginneh Thomas Grayson— David Rheinstrom Old Man— Clayton Faits Archibald FunnyPants— Mark Soloff Switchblades Cobalt— Ele Matelan Clear Skies Tim— Tyler Samples Theodora Throeau-Roosevelt—Kat Evans Simon Von Hagens— Mark Soloff Denisha/The Voice of BetseyCo.—Taryn Maxximillian Dafoe Dr. Emily Caligari— Marsha Harman Andrew Snidge— Frank Sjodin Teju Valentine— Jonah Winston Written by Stephanie Spence. Directed by  Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Music by Stephen Poon.  Episode art Lindsey McDonald Dorsey.  Produced by Jeffrey Gardner. Recording Engineering by DJ Catnip. Created by Clayton Faits.

Jun 20 2018
16 mins
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Rank #5: Episode 8.19 - The End

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Listen and Remember. ================== The show may be over, but the HartLife NFP isn’t going anywhere!  We’ll be releasing content on the Our Fair City podcast feed for the next few months (including listener questions episodes, blooper reels, and the Tales from Albuquerque miniseries), and launching our brand new show Unwell, a Midwestern Gothic Mystery in February of 2019.   To that end- we hope you will continue to support the HartLife NFP patreon at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp.  This funding is crucial to the company as we prepare to launch our new show- which we’ll be able to tell you much more about soon!   Thank you all so much for listening. Content Warnings for this episode can be found here. Foster Livy— Ansel Burch Elizabeth— Tara Schile Dr. Herbert West— Ryan Schile Loamy— Kat Evans The Bastard Silty— Sebastian H. Orr Dr. Emily Caligari— Marsha Harman Andrew Snidge— Frank Sjodin Shale—Jeffrey Gardner Mole Choir—Ben Aldred, Lauren Faits, Clayton Faits, Kat Evans, Abby Doud, Jeffrey Gardner, Angelica D’Souza, Ansel Burch, Stephen Poon Written by Clayton Faits, with Jim McDoniel and Jeffrey Gardner. Directed by  Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Music by Stephen Poon. Mole Hymn score by Stephen Poon and Betsey Palmer. Mole Hymn production and recording by DJ Catnip, with additional instrumentation by Stephen Poon and DJ Catnip.  Mole Hymn Music Direction by Betsey Palmer.   Episode art by Dann Tincher.  Produced by Jeffrey Gardner. Recording Engineering by DJ Catnip. Created by Clayton Faits.

Jul 04 2018
23 mins
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Rank #6: Tales from Albuquerque Part One

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Early on in the process of setting up our Patreon, we had the wild idea of putting together a miniseries that told the story of Doctor Herbert West’s time in the distant city of Albuquerque.  We would give this corner of the world of Our Fair City to a group of the best writers and designers the Audio Drama community has to offer, and see what bizarre tales they would create. Thanks to your support through Patreon, it is now a reality! This miniseries, told Rashomon style around a campfire by some of your favorite (or most reviled) characters. We hope you enjoy it, and thank you to all our listeners and especially our supporters on Patreon for making it possible. Content Warnings for this episode can be found here. Simon— Mark Soloff Jason of Albuquerque—Ryan Schile Eleanor— Tara Schile Dr. Herbert West— Clayton Faits Dora— Kat Evans Nathan Rourke— Clayton Faits Dr. Emily Caligari— Marsha Harman Snudge— Frank Sjodin The Bartender—Abby Doud Written by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason, with Jim McDoniel and Jeffrey Gardner. Directed by  Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Jordan Fehr. Music by Stephen Poon. Produced by Jeffrey Gardner. Recording Engineering by DJ Catnip. Created by Clayton Faits.

Aug 29 2018
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Rank #7: Episode 8.1- The Narrator's Name

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It has been so long.  There must be something left. 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. Foster Livy— Ansel Burch Written by Clayton Faits. Directed by  Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Music by Stephen Poon.  Episode art by Dan Streeting. Produced by Jeffrey Gardner. Recording Engineering by DJ Catnip. Created by Clayton Faits.  Special thanks to our sponsor for this episode, Cards Against Humanity.

Aug 12 2017
20 mins
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Rank #8: Episode 2.2 - Chance Meetings

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Tonight’s episode takes us to one of Dr. Caligari’s derelict laboratories where we meet some new friends, gain an appreciation for bipedal life , and everyone gets a cookie. This week's podcast is sponsored by DFBRL8R Performance Art Gallery, which is proud to present RAPID PULSE INTERNATIONAL, a performance art festival that runs from June 1st to June 10th, featuring performances from artists from around the world. Learn more at Rapidpulsechicago.com, or go see it in person at 1136 N. Milwaukee, in Chicago.

May 29 2012
8 mins
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Rank #9: Episode 6.20- Uninsurable Risk

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Loyal Policies: listen and remember, as we recount the true events that nearly destroyed the sanctity and security of our Tower.  Savor these words, as we bring the sixth seasonal retelling of the Historical Records of the HartLife corporation to a close. Season Seven of Our Fair City will begin in the Spring of 2016.  Stay tuned until then for blooper reels, behined the scenes recordings, and more. The Narrator— Ansel Burch Dr. Herbert West— Ryan Schile Dr. Emily Caligari— Marsha Harman Dr. Montgomery Moro— Mark Soloff Elizabeth Rourke— Tara Schile Andrew Snidge— Frank Sjodin Cassie Wilkins— Ele Matelan Cromwell— Jeffrey Gardner Director Sophia— Saren Nofs Snyder Director Williams— Jonathan Tazewell Director Harrison— Cecil Baldwin Written by Mark Soloff. Directed by Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Music by Stephen Poon.  Episode art by Jess Cwik.  Produced by David Rheinstrom. Recording Engineering by DJ Catnip. Production Management by Betsey Palmer. Created by Clayton Faits. A huge thank you to our sponsor for this episode, Capsule Force!

Dec 23 2015
23 mins
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Rank #10: Episode 7.1- The Cube

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Loyal Policies: we return now to the Tower, now crowded with the refugees of the Flood, allowed into the sacred halls of the Upper Management by the actions of the Traitor, Cassandra Wilkins.  How will HartLife prevail against this grievous misappropriation of  company resources and real estate?  Meanwhile, we travel for the first time to the depths of the Cube, HartLife's treatment and rehabilittaion center for it's very worst criminals and dissidents. Welcome back..to Our Fair City. 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. The Narrator— Ansel Burch Clear Skies Tim— Tyler Samples Greyson— David Rheinstrom Archibald FunnyPants- Mark Soloff Old Man— Clayton Faits Executor Teju Valentine— Jonah D. Winston Andrew Snidge— Frank Sjodin Benedict— Mark Soloff Doctor— Johnard Washington Guard— Nate Whelden Prisoner— Rose Sengenberger The Voice of HartLife— Jeffrey Gardner West's Guard— Rose Sengenberger Dr. Herbert West— Ryan Schile Written by Mark Soloff. Directed by Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Music by Stephen Poon.  Episode art by Robin Billadeu.  Produced by Jeffrey Gardner. Recording Engineering by DJ Catnip. Production Management by Betsey Palmer. Created by Clayton Faits. A huge thank you to our sponsor for this episode, Cards Against Humanity!

May 20 2016
15 mins
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Rank #11: Episode 8.2- Rise

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Maybe there is something we can learn from the Histories. 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. Foster Livy— Ansel Burch Archibald FunnyPants— Mark Soloff Clear Skies Tim— Tyler Samples Old Man— Clayton Faits Veronika Hasher— Ginneh Thomas Refugee 1— Julia Schifini Refugee 2— Jim McDoniel Refugee 3— Amanda McLoughlin Refugee 4— Lisa Burton Written by Clayton Faits. Directed by  Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Music by Stephen Poon.  Episode art by Kat Janda. Produced by Jeffrey Gardner. Recording Engineering by DJ Catnip. Created by Clayton Faits.  Special thanks to our sponsor for this episode, Cards Against Humanity.

Aug 29 2017
15 mins
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Rank #12: Episode 2.3 - Mole Fight!

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Our intrepid Mole-Heroes Clay and Sandy confront the ugly face of Speciesism, unearth a hole to China (whatever that is), and “hang out” with our newest Moleperson Loamy. This week's podcast is sponsored by DFBRL8R Performance Art Gallery, which is proud to present RAPID PULSE INTERNATIONAL, a performance art festival that is currently running through June 10th, featuring performances from artists from around the world. Learn more at Rapidpulsechicago.com, or go see it in person at 1136 N. Milwaukee, in Chicago.

Jun 05 2012
14 mins
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Rank #13: Episode 7.15- Blood for Blood

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Those who would deface the tower, inside and out, must be punished.  The poisonous words of the Hendersonians are just as dangerous- if not more so - as the grapple-cannons of the StormHawks and the mandibles of their Ant allies.  Resist the urge to feel any sympathy for these traitors and Outsiders, Loyal Policy- and HartLife will reward you. Stay tuned after the episode for a special word from Creative Director Clayton Faits about HartLife NFP and the current American political climate. 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.  A special note- this episode has several fairly intense moments, so if you have concerns we strongly recommend reading the content advisories before listening. The Narrator— Ansel Burch Cumulus Jane— Kat Evans Moose— Jeffrey Gardner Doctor Moro— Mark Soloff Elizabeth Rourke— Tara Schile Andrew Snidge— Frank Sjodin Doctor Herbert West— Ryan Schile Office Worker 1— Matt Fletcher Office Worker 2— Ele Matelan Doctor Emily Caligari— Marsha Harman Switchblades Cobalt— Ele Matelan Old Man— Clayton Faits Veronika Hasher— Ginneh Thomas Clear Skies Tim— Tyler Samples Archibald FunnyPants— Mark Soloff Janine— Kat Evans The Voice of HartLife— Jeffrey Gardner Written by David Rheinstrom. Directed by Clayton Faits and Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Music by Stephen Poon.  Episode art by Greg Browe. Produced by Jeffrey Gardner. Recording Engineering by DJ Catnip. Production Management by Betsey Palmer. Created by Clayton Faits.  Special thanks to our sponsor for this episode, Cards Against Humanity.

Feb 01 2017
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Rank #14: Episode 5.9 - A Single Twisted Spoke

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  As Launch Day for the Hope of HartLife draws closer, the intrepid Andrew Snidge digs deeper into the mystery that is the Big Dig project.  What does Project Manager Charles Wynn have in store for Cassie and the rest of our meddlesome heroes?  Find out as the story of Our Fair City continues.

Jun 25 2014
26 mins
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Rank #15: Episode 5.2 - Everything In Its Place

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The day begins unexpectedly for Doctor Emily Caligari, as she desperately attempts to avoid that high crime against Productivity - Tardiness. Will she arrive at her meeting on time?  Will our friends, the newly underemployed riggers, find suitable occupations?  Will Sandy and Clay settle down into co-habitating bliss? Will Elizabeth Rourke pass her Identity Variance exam?  Find out, as the story of Our Fair City…continues.

Feb 05 2014
27 mins
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Rank #16: Episode 6.19- The Coming of the Waters

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The Waters are Coming.  As the denizens of the tunnels grapple with the impending destruction of their underground home, we are left to wonder: who will survive?  Who will escape?  How will the glorious HartLife company continue without the support of its tunnel-dwellers? Fear not, Loyal Policies.  HartLife always survies. The Narrator— Ansel Burch Cromwell— Jeffrey Gardner Jack— Mark Soloff Greyson— David Rheinstrom Alison— Nina O'Keefe Archibald FunnyPants— Mark Soloff Dr. Herbert West— Ryan Schile Dr. Emily Caligari— Marsha Harman Dr. Montgomery Moro— Mark Soloff Elizabeth Rourke— Tara Schile Andrew Snidge— Frank Sjodin Cassie Wilkins— Ele Matelan Dora— Kat Evans Simon— Mark Soloff Katherine Sullivan— Whitney Kraus Jones Vice President Carter— Clayton Faits Written by Clayton Faits. Directed by Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Music by Stephen Poon.  Episode art by Steph Charaska.  Produced by David Rheinstrom and Clayton Faits. Recording Engineering by DJ Catnip. Production Management by Betsey Palmer. Created by Clayton Faits. A huge thank you to our sponsor for this episode, Field Notes!

Dec 09 2015
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Rank #17: Episode 6.1- Friends Upstairs

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We return to our retelling of the Great History of the HartLife corporation as the Ant Menace spills into the depths of the Tunnels through the new entrance carved by the mighty Geoship, the Hope of HartLife.  As the Chitinous Menace rampages through the assembled Policies, will Cassie Wilkins, Charlie Wynn, and Alison Dalton make peace for long enough to escape- or will their inability to synthesize and maximize their resources effectively spell certain doom?  Find out, as the story of Our Fair City...continues. The Narrator— Ansel Burch Cassie Wilkins— Ele Matelan Charles Wynn— Jared Latore Alison Dalton— Nina O'Keefe Flint— Clayton Faits Roman— Jeffrey Gardner Streetsafe Officer—Ryan Schile Assembled Policies— Eric McClelland, Tron Howard, Dave Romm, Staci Corcoran, Jamie Martin, Kale Ganann, David Gutsche, Jacob David Maurer, Richard Fish, Mitch Thompson, Jackie Casteel, Michael Gutsche, Mary Thompson, Ryan Rydberg, Rune Berg, Sophia Bull, Sonya Guggemos, Lisa Martin Ashley Jenkins Written by Mark Soloff. Directed by Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Music by Stephen Poon. Episode art by Jacob Halton. Produced by David Rheinstrom.  Recording Engineering by DJ Catnip.  Production Management by Betsey Palmer.  Created by Clayton Faits.  Some crowd sounds recorded live at CONvergence 2014.

Jan 18 2015
13 mins
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Rank #18: Episode 7.3- Monsters and memories

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Loyal Policies- the truth can be a hard algae-pill to swallow.  No matter how you may feel about the villainous, disloyal Policies confined to the Cube, do not be swayed.  Their re-education is just.  Their treatments are mandated.  Their care is rationally considered and metered  to restore them to peak functionality and efficiency.  They have forgotten their place within HartLife.  Do not forget your 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. The Narrator— Ansel Burch Director Charles Gari— Johnard Washington Doctor Montgomery Moro— Mark Soloff MolePerson— Nate Whelden Elizabeth Snidge— Tara Schile Seth— Hank Hewitt Andrew Snidge- Frank Sjodin Guard— Rose Sengenberger Doctor Herbert West— Ryan Schile The Voice of HartLife— Jeffrey Gardner Written by Mark Soloff. Directed by Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Music by Stephen Poon.  Episode art by Ali Cantarella.  Special thanks to Josh Zagoren. Produced by Jeffrey Gardner. Recording Engineering by DJ Catnip. Production Management by Betsey Palmer. Created by Clayton Faits. A huge thank you to our sponsor for this episode, Cards Against Humanity!

Jun 22 2016
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Rank #19: Episode 6.17- The Smell of Anger

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The Doctor Montgomery Moro Museum and Memorial House remains a hotbed of unapproved science, illegal cohabitation, and fraternization with MolePeople as the survivors of the Ant Invasion hole up and try to survive.  Will noble, productive Project Manager Charles Wynn teach them the errors of their ways, or will they continue their slide into infamy?  Find out, as the story of Our Fair City...continues. The Narrator— Ansel Burch Elizabeth Rourke— Tara Schile Doctor Herbert West— Ryan Schile Theodora Thoreau-Roosevelt— Kat Evans Simon Von Hagens— Mark Soloff Sandy— Abby Doud Clay— Clint Worthington Cassandra Wilkins— Ele Matelan Andrew Snidge— Frank Sjodin Doctor Montgomery Moro— Mark Soloff Doctor Emily Caligari— Marsha Harman Charles Wynn— Jared Latore The Queen of the Ants— Lauren Faits Written by David Rheinstrom. Directed by Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Music by Stephen Poon. Episode Art by Dann Tincher.  Produced by David Rheinstrom and Jeffrey Gardner. Recording Engineering by DJ Catnip. Production Management by Betsey Palmer. Created by Clayton Faits. A huge thank you to our sponsor for this episode, Know Your Company!

Nov 11 2015
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Rank #20: Episode 7.18- Director Rourke

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What happiness for the MolePeople, to have direction from a human being again!  Surely Nathan Rourke has learned humility and loyalty to the Corporate Institution during his wanders.  I fervently hope he is ready to return to the fold–and bring with him the increasingly disloyal MolePeople. 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. The Narrator— Ansel Burch Loamy— Kat Evans Sandy— Abby Doud Clay— Clint Worthington Shale— Jeffrey Gardner Peat— Jared Latore Schist— Lauren Shippen Limey— Lauren Faits Ash— David Rheinstrom Ferrous— Jeffrey Gardner Nathan Rourke— Clayton Faits The Orphan Silty— Sebastian H. Orr MolePeople— Zoe Von Embler, Iri Alexander,  Karim Kronfli,  Alexander Danner, Ryan Schile, Tara Schile, Jim McDoniel, Written by Jim McDoniel. Directed by  Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Music by Stephen Poon.  Produced by Jeffrey Gardner. Recording Engineering by DJ Catnip.  Episode Art by Lauren Faits. Production Management by Betsey Palmer.   Created by Clayton Faits.  Special thanks to our sponsor for this episode, Cards Against Humanity.

Mar 15 2017
14 mins
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