WTMS S2 Episode 3 Going Through the Motions

WTMS S2 Episode 3 Going Through the Motions

Nick graduates law school, observing his new life from the outside in, the way his mom used to. Krys finally meets Claire and Jason Kelley.

Theme song The Music Stops performed by Joelle Davis and Bri Hays and by FM2.

Starring the voices of: Luke Konke, Bethany Brandt, Michael Vena, and Joe Rouleau

With special guest voice Dan Kavanaugh delivering the Commencement speech.

 

WTMS S2 Episode 2 I’m Psychic

WTMS S2 Episode 2 I’m Psychic

Episode 2 I’m Psychic
While applying for a bartending job at his favorite watering hole, Nick meets a new love interest.

Music by: Joe B., and Bill Vinhage
Theme song The Music Stops performed by Bri Hays and Joelle Davis and by FM2

Starring the voices of: Luke Konke, Joe Rouleau, Charlie Kotsaftis, Bethany Brandt, and Tatiana Olazabal

WTMS S2 Episode 1 Comfortably Numb

WTMS S2 Episode 1 Comfortably Numb

Season 2, Episode 1

Comfortably Numb

On a trip home from college, Nick revisits a deal he made with his father about returning to the circus if his mother’s prediction about him discovering a new world didn’t ring true. Later in his first lecture at Stetson, Nick meets the Nelson to his Murdock.

Music by Joe B., and Bill Vinhage.

Theme song The Music Stops performed by Joelle Davis and Bri Hays and by FM2 (Written by Resto and Hays).

Starring the voices of: Luke Konke, Michael Vena, Charlie Kotsaftis, Joe Rouleau.

 

WTMS S1 Episode 13 (Season Finale) – I Was Wrong

After another tragic loss, Nick struggles through the final shows of the season…as well as his circus career.

Music by:

Bill Vinhage, and The Mannequins

Theme song The Music Stops performed by FM2.

Starring the voices of:

Luke Konke, Michael Vena, Meghan Strope, Michael White, and Alan Marsden

Season 1 included music by: Bill Vinhage, Mallory Moyer, Carey Chaney, Rob Garcia, and The Mannequins. Theme song written by Jax Resto and Bri Hays, was peformed acoustically by Joelle Davis and Bri Hays  and electrically by FM2.

Starring the voices of:

Luke Konke

Michael Vena

Meghan Strope

Rebecca Roberts

Tatiana Olazabal

Michael White

Alan Marsden

Donna Watson

Neil Levine

Susan Moyer

Charlie Kotsaftis

Dwight Sullivan

John Meyers

Kelly Meyers

Bethany Brandt

James Levell

 Stay tuned for Season 2 of When the Music Stops.

 

WTMS S1 Episode 12 Like a Polish Grandmother

WTMS S1 Episode 12 Like a Polish Grandmother

Shaken by a dream that felt all too real, Nick seeks his father’s help, who convinces him that his dream was brought on by stress. Then, news of clarification arrives. But, will it support Krys’s explanation…or Nick’s worst fears?

Theme song The Music Stops (written by Jax Resto and Bri Hays), performed by FM2.

Starring the voices of:

Luke Konke, Michael Vena, Tatiana Olazabal, Alan Marsden, and Bethany Brandt.

WTMS S1 Episode 11 Lavender

WTMS S1 Episode 11 Lavender

Nick plans a romantic evening in his room with all of Magdalena’s favorite things. But when she’s late, Nick begins to wonder if the unbreakable bond he felt earlier was just wishful thinking on his part. A visit from Tara reveals further news to darken Nick’s hopes.

With music by Mallory Moyer, and The Mannequins. Theme song The Music Stops performed by Joelle Davis and Bri Hays, and by FM2.

Starring the voices of: Luke Konke,  Michael Vena, Tatiana Olazabal, Meghan Strope, and Bethany Brandt.

WTMS S1 E10 Connected

WTMS S1 E10 Connected

After Tara proves  to Nick that Magdalena still cares for him, Nick ponders his next move…and his future.

Music by Carey Chaney, Mallory Moyer

Theme song The Music Stops performed by Bri Hays and Joelle Davis and by FM2

Starring the voices of:

Luke Konke, Tatiana Olazabal, Dwight Sullivan, Bethany Brandt, and Alan Marsden

WTMS S1 Episode 8 Superstars

WTMS S1 Episode 8 Superstars

Distraught over Nick’s leaving and angry that he lied to her, Magdalena seeks comfort elsewhere.

Featuring music by:

Mallory Moyer (Silence)
The Mannequins (More Than She Needs – featuring Joelle Davis on lead vocals)
Rob Garcia –  Get Up
Bill Vinhage – Disappear
FM2 performs theme song The Music Stops
Joelle Davis and Bri Hays performing acoustic version

Starring the voices of Luke Konke, Michael Vena, Tatiana Olazabal, Alan Marsden, Meghan Strope, Charlie Kotsaftis, James Levell, Dwight Sullivan, Neil Levine, and Donna Watson.

WTMS S1 Episode 7 Superstitious

WTMS S1 Episode 7 Superstitious

Nick and Krys feel empowered after their second meeting with Mr. Freeman. Meanwhile, Magdalena gives Nick the cold shoulder for lying to her.

Featuring Asymptote by Bill Vinhage.

Theme Song The Music Stops acoustic version performed by Bri Hays and Joelle Davis, full version by FM2.

 Starring the voices of:

LUKE KONKE/Nick, MICHAEL VENA/Krys, MEGHAN STROPE/Sylviana, Magdalena, REBECCA ROBERTS/Jeni, NEIL LEVINE/Ben Kraus, ALAN MARSDEN/Ringmaster Denny Rowan, DWIGHT SULLIVAN/Mr. Kovaczevi.

WTMS S1 Episode 6 Faster Than a Skreemr Jet

WTMS S1 Episode 6 Faster Than a Skreemr Jet

After a falling out with Magdalena, Nick tries to make amends.

With music by Bill Vinhage Carey Chaney, Rob Garcia, Mallory Moyer, and The Mannequins.

Theme song The Music Stops performed by Bri Hays and Joelle Davis, and by FM2.

Starring the voices of Luke Konke, Michael Vena, Michael White, and Neil Levine.

WTMS S1 Episode 3: I Miss Me

WTMS S1 Episode 3: I Miss Me

In the aftermath of tragedy, Nick struggles with guilt and his feelings toward Magdalena.

Featuring music by Bill Vinhage and Mallory Moyer. With theme song The Music Stops performed by Bri Hays and Joelle Davis and by FM2.

Starring the voices of:

Luke Konke, Michael Vena, Meghan Strope, Michael White, Kelli Meyers, Dwight Sullivan, and Rebecca Roberts.

 

WTMS S1 Episode 2 Dad’s Rock

WTMS S1 Episode 2 Dad’s Rock

After a tragic accident, Nick comes to a realization about his mom and dad.

Music by Bill Vinhage, The Mannequins, and Mallory Moyer

Theme Song The Music Stops performed by FM2

 Stay tuned in for full versions of music by Bill Vinhage, Mallory Moyer, and The Mannequins (Joelle Davis of FM2 providing vocals), as well as full theme song The Music Stops.

 Starring the voices of: Luke Konke, Michael Vena, and Meghan Strope

WTMS S1 Episode 1 The Elephants Stink

WTMS S1 Episode 1 The Elephants Stink

The premiere of When the Music Stops
Tired of being cooped up on the fifth floor of Madison Square Garden, young daredevil Nick wonders if the elephants stink more than usual, or if as his mom Jeni insists, they’ve just been in one place too long. As Jeni sets off to perform her aerial with husband Krzysztof, Nick prepares to assume his role as spotter underneath their act. But, he can’t stop thinking about beautiful teeterboard acrobat Magdalena and the clandestine meeting she proposed behind the wardrobe boxes near Clown Alley to give him her special present. Find out how this single event will impact Nick’s life for many years to come.

Starring Luke Konke as Nick, Michael Vena as Krzysztof Piotrowski and Ben Kraus, Rebecca Roberts as Jeni Messina Piotrowski, Michael White as Alexis Dimitri, John Meyers as Trevor the clown, Alan Marsden as Ringmaster Denny Rowan, and Meghan Strope as Magdalena and Sylviana Kovaczevi.

Theme song The Music Stops written by Jax Resto and Bri Hays and performed by FM2 (Joelle Davis/vocals, Dominic Alto/guitar, Bri Hays/bass, Patrick Clark/drums).

Also featuring music by The Mannequins (John Patek, Jax Resto).

 

 

 

TMTR S2 Episode 4 Welcome to Lulu’s

TMTR S2 Episode 4 Welcome to Lulu’s

Episode 4: Welcome to Lulu’s. Joe has a strange encounter at Lulu’s, which results in an even stranger reaction. Atli Reynolds as Robert LeClerc/Gee/Kevin, Dino Bizzarro as Joe, Kelsey Faith as Loki, Bud Buckley as John, Jax Resto as Jacqueline, Luke Konke as Matt, Angela Lawson as Hostess. Music: Useful Obsession by BudaRest (Buckley, Resto), More Than She Needs by The Mannequins (Resto, J. Patek). Ed Vinson announces

 

TMTR S2 Episode 6 Mixed Feelings

TMTR S2 Episode 6 Mixed Feelings

Episode 6: Mixed Feelings.
Joe continues to have mixed feelings about being in Loki’s band, about her relationship with Gee, and about the possibility of running into Robert LeClerc.
Music: You Never Knew, Misunderstood (BudaRest), More Than She Needs (The Mannequins). Featuring Cartoon Version, Cuntessa (FBI/Cat Arnaez on vocals). Ed Vinson announces. Starring Dino Bizzarro, Atli Reynolds, Luke Konke, Kelsey Mandel, Bud Buckley, Veronica Yealy, Natasha Breeding, Jax Resto, Angela Lawson, Joseph Giglia, John Alpaugh. With Special Backstage interview Women in Music with artist Mallory Moyer.

TMTR S2 Episode 7: He’s Not Me; He’s Superman

TMTR S2 Episode 7: He’s Not Me; He’s Superman

Episode 7: He’s Not Me; He’s Superman.

Caught dining with the ‘enemy,’ Joe seeks answers from John, shocked to discover that he and his dad are more alike than he realized. Music: More Than She Needs (The Mannequins), Peanut Butter Pie, When Julie Smiles, You Never Knew (BudaRest).

Ed Vinson announces. Starring: Dino Bizzarro, Atli Reynolds, Luke Konke, Kelsey Mandel, Veronica Yealy, Angela Lawson, John Alpaugh, Joseph Giglia, Bud Buckley, Gale West, Wesley Breeding, Lou Harvey, Jax Resto. And Natasha Breeding as Young Joe.

TMTR S2 Episode 8: The Sun On a Spot

TMTR S2 Episode 8: The Sun On a Spot

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Description: Episode 8, The Sun On a Spot.

During an impromptu outing with JULIE, JOE encounters more ghosts from his past, leaving him emotionally vulnerable with the one person who can always make him smile. Will JOE be able to uphold the “Best Friend Code?”

Music:  More Than She Needs, Just Be (The Mannequins), Too Much toRemember, Make Superman Cry, Misunderstood, You Never Knew, PeanutButter Pie, When Julie Smiles (BudaRest)

Joe: Dino Bizzarro, Kevin/Robert LeClerc: Atli Reynolds, Julie: VeronicaYealy, Matt: Luke Konke, Young Joe: Natasha Breeding, John: BudBuckley, Jacqueline: Jax Resto. Pete: John Alpaugh. With special guest Gale West as Mrs. Somers. Also starring Kelsey Mandel, AngelaLawson, Lou Harvey, Joseph Giglia, Wesley Breeding. Ed Vinson announces.

TMTR S1 Episode 1: The Other Farrah

TMTR S1 Episode 1: The Other Farrah

Date: Oct 21, 2014.

Episode 1: The Other Farrah. After Pete steaks his  claim on the beautiful Julie Mae Wan, Joe prepares for his consolation blind date with Julie’s friend.

This episode was aired on the BudMash show to kick off this old time radio comedy drama, and the Episode is archived here.

TMTR S1 Episode 2: She Can’t Help it if She’s a Little Orange

TMTR S1 Episode 2: She Can’t Help it if She’s a Little Orange

Date: Oct 29, 2014.

Episode 2: She Can’t Help it if She’s a Little Orange. After a confusing blind date, which results in a “moment” with Kristy, Joe discovers he’s been set up by his brother Matt on another blind date with a girl with two names, who quite possibly glows – in the dark.

TMTR S1 Episode 3 – The Ice House

TMTR S1 Episode 3 – The Ice House

Date: Nov 6, 2014.

Description: Episode 3 – The Ice House. Joe and Matt take Judge “Hang ‘Em High” Lee’s daughters to the Ice House, a place notorious for its weekly fights. Plus, a behind the scenes discussion with some of the cast members. Luke Konke, Dino Bizzarro, Megan Kozlowski, Angela Lawson, Emma Gallagher, Lou Harvey, Atli Reynolds, Annie Coyne, Max Pierce, and Alessandra Lozano.