Quirky Voices Presents

THE Moonologue Sessions - PART TWO

July 21, 2019 Season 1 Episode 2
Quirky Voices Presents
THE Moonologue Sessions - PART TWO
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Quirky Voices Presents
THE Moonologue Sessions - PART TWO
Jul 21, 2019 Season 1 Episode 2
Sarah Golding, Tanja Milojevic
Sarah and Tanja are joined by 5 new monologues whose words fuel their rocket ship to the moon
Show Notes Transcript

Hello!

Me again ! Have you listened to part one?

Hope you enjoyed!

So excited to present part two of this space inspired moon loving extravagzanza!

There's some fun and some mood and some groovy...allsorts! Have a listendoooooo

SO VERY EXCITING TO HEAR THIS NEW WORK UP AND OUT INTO THE WORLD


Congrats and thank you's to all of the narrators and voice actors and of course to the amazing TANJA MILOJEVIC!


This ep has wonderous monologues with

So over the moon: One Star by J Christian Ellet narrated by Sarah

I am here Here I AM by Sarah and narrated by Karim Kronfli 

And Solar Flare written and narrated by Sarah

Emily C A Snyder wrote The distance between us is the moon, narrated by...Sarah

and Sarah mae Tuson wrote The Back of the Moon, narrated by Lucille Valentine


It's quite an adventure huh?


Hope you enjoy this chilled entertainment of new writing

I am currently revolving to balance my thermals

That real time moon landing footage is amazing!

THANK YOU to the dulcet toned Bret Maskill-Watts as narrator,

and

The amazing John of Caalo Xan for his music - find out more here

And to ALLLLL of my amazing Patreon Supporters who have made this show even possible....a huge thank you for your support. If you would like to help me get (an editor) better at editing, or just help fuel more fun projects, please go to my
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Speaker 1:
0:06
[inaudible].
Speaker 2:
0:09
Hello and welcome to the moon long sessions by quirky voices. We're excited to share with you today some monologues inspired by the moon landings of 50 years ago today. And none of this program would be possible without the amazing Patriots for quirky voices. So Elma artists, soapbox, audio, oblivious productions, Chan Brown, low, Christine, Hazel Kareem or Karen Kirstie, Matthew, Michael, Paul, and William. This is for you, for you are legend. Enjoy. Oh and this awesome music is by Carlo sod and joy.
Speaker 3:
1:11
Hello. Welcome to the Moodle logs. Part two,
Speaker 4:
1:16
bring back our night. Bring back, ah, darkness. [inaudible] Oh, is that real
Speaker 5:
1:27
love that you should be a president for your ass. Done. Seriously natural.
Speaker 3:
1:34
She drew in everything.
Speaker 4:
1:37
Hm. Precedent of a very tiny planet. Maybe. I'd love that. I promised to do any nice things and obviously not to abuse my power in any way or invade places or
Speaker 6:
1:48
awesome.
Speaker 4:
1:50
Oh, we were losing the signal.
Speaker 5:
1:55
That was so good.
Speaker 4:
1:56
We were going even faster now. And just to update you on our progress list. Now we, we have now Slingshot it around theF enough to, to start towards the moon. And in three, two, one
Speaker 5:
2:11
woo.
Speaker 6:
2:16
[inaudible]
Speaker 3:
2:16
I was joking about cutting. Oh, I have no
Speaker 7:
2:29
[inaudible].
Speaker 5:
2:33
Oh, that was nice. Is amazing. Was we should give her 5 billion stars for that performance.
Speaker 4:
2:41
A review or rating. Yes. Actually talking of which the lovely J Christian relative could point podcast's written this truly fun review of a, an imagined trip to the moon.
Speaker 5:
2:55
Woo hoo. Let's hear it. I'll make us some coffee. Strong. Weak are medium
Speaker 4:
3:04
height. Super and, and Oh and and good luck with making coffee and I gravitate on, Ooh, Oh, I'll rate this one today. Sorry. So over the moon. One star by Jake Kristin [inaudible]. Good point. [inaudible] the writer circle
Speaker 8:
3:32
[inaudible]
Speaker 4:
3:33
now let me be clear. I am 100% not exaggerate. And we know you say that my trip to the moon was the absolute worst experience of my entire life. I mean this whole sheep show started right when my family and I first arrived at the Houston launched terminal parking is 100 credits a day a day. I mean that's over a grand for the trip. I mean you should call yourself straight. Poly reds wants inside. We were subjected to two assault sort of lasers and and peeping do dads and whatnots and lines. Oh so many. Never end in lines and we finally got past security to find out more great news. We've been delayed for four hours. Oh. Because it was so little flair. That's so ridiculous. The trip itself was for the most part, uneventful. My daughter woke me up mid-flight complaining that the wifi was nonfunctional, which is weird because I remember paying an extra 25 credits for continuous wifi if I paid for a service with continuous in the name or you expect it to always be available.
Speaker 4:
4:46
My daughter had planned to binge the new season of Gilmore girls, but due to the collective incompetence of your entire organization, she was forced to stare blankly out the window for hours as we approached the lunar surface boring. Once we got to the resort, if you're going even call it that, we were informed that our luggage had been misplaced. How does that even happen? All you have to do is get three suitcases from earth to the moon without losing them. And what was, what's so hard about that? It's not like it's rocket science. Then the actual vacation begins then and we quickly find out that there was nothing to do on the moon. So let me describe the moon for you in in three words. Boring, boring and dumb. Interested in local Luna cuisine is chicken nuggets. I didn't come all the way. The moon do eat some chicken nuggets. The same ones I, Oh he in my car on my lunch break on earth.
Speaker 4:
5:52
I mean the moon pies, however we're at half bad, but it's the best endorsement you can get is not half that tells you everything you need to know about. Room food wasn't much with the entire kitchen staff having mustaches is, is that some sort of of moon kitchen requirement or uniform? Once you, once you notice the consistency, it's, well it's unsettling to say the least. Is the moon tourism. Our heads all said it was our home away from home or something like experienced the romantic isolation of the moon, but guess what? There are stru many people here. Everywhere we go, there's it. There's a long line of ugly dumb tourists and dogs. So many dogs. If you think Doug's how let the moon, you should hear them how or when they're actually on the moon. We won't if she swing this up for the dark Sahid morning hike, but if you asked me, you should call it the dark side, morning height, because I didn't see what the big deal was with the view.
Speaker 4:
6:54
Here's all the impressive other reviews on here. Said they'd had a life changing experience which caused them to to reevaluate their place in the universe, but all I saw was a cluster of stores and lights look like a thing because after a four hour hike, this is it. This doors lit to fake. Nothing at all like the pictures or videos I'd seen online or on TV. No, no. My trip to the moon was a complete waste of time and money. I was really excited. Prior to my trip, but I doubt I will ever go back. I am so over the moon one star.
Speaker 5:
7:37
Oh, that was great. I probably wouldn't want to go back either if that was me. Just like I won't try to make coffee again in zero gravity. Not very smart. They approved my best [inaudible]
Speaker 4:
7:51
yeah. I see you've got some all over your Spacey and today it looks like you've made a map of the Hawaiian islands on your, your Emilia podcast. Tisha, Mahalo.
Speaker 5:
8:03
He could maybe suck that. Oh, I don't want to waste it. Wait. Disappeared.
Speaker 4:
8:09
How I'm umbrella. So yeah. One star. Yeah. That, that often means you've made it though, doesn't it? In some people's eyes, doesn't it? You've made enough of a splash for people to notice your work at least. Yeah. Do you, and do you think anyone will review our
Speaker 5:
8:26
I will live. I hope so. It's the nice thing to do. I do. I've had, I've heard actually that every time you don't leave a podcast review and you've listened to something like a teeny tiny Cree too, you love delis in it in a horrible way. So folks should definitely leave every really, definitely, yes. Yes. Save. So you have the teeny tiny creatures we love. Probably just better to leave an awesome review and save all the animals. Right. Except talking, which he is
Speaker 4:
8:56
one of the monologues. It sounded like it could be integrated by twinkle ties himself. Really? Sounds like Kareem probably hung. Yeah. What? He's playing a bad ass. It doesn't make twinkle toes there when you're less creepy. I mean, Hey Karim and diary of a mad man. Freaky stuff. Yeah. I mean at this one, but this one's about the folks that first went there that the pioneers. The builders. Yeah. Should I do think the one day we will colonize that moon? Yeah. Can you say the word with me? Colonize. Colonize. Yeah. Yeah. I like to imagine as like, you know, hot tubs and moon rocks and, and slip and slides on the creator's edge and man boss, I love her. A holiday there and in that kind of environment when you yup. Cheers man. Cheers.
Speaker 9:
9:50
Wow. What have you, what a beautiful, beautiful view. The man I am. I'm here on the moon, on the moon as a pioneer that feel, I feel true silence making such a deafening noise in me. I can hear my aunt, I can add my blood. Blood is life. I, I look around me at the nothing, the weird light and I am rule scared. A scared man. I feel. Yeah. Stuck like the moon faced rocks. The actual wood rocks I stand on. I feel the cold call and they admit nothing. I stand, I think I admit life. The only life for thousands of miles. Yeah. Who am I? I am man. On the moon. In the moon. No. On the moon. This, this is what momentous is. This. This is my, this is my, my pinnacle, my life.
Speaker 10:
11:51
[inaudible] [inaudible]
Speaker 9:
11:53
I feel raw as I hear my breath. As I taste my spirit, as I touch my fingers in my gloves, I can see our beautiful earth. Earth can see the moon, but he can't see me, not me. Truly not scared me in my name. Spacesuit, rugged dust. Fettered boots, clutching sample bags and tools and wishing I could take this damn helmet off. I heard the hostile worlds podcast episode as to what would happen if I took my helmet off. I, I don't want to do that. No, but if, Oh, if I could breathe out into this moonscape I may. Yeah, I am. Because people, people know I'm here, don't they? Yes. People celebrate. I am people. People are thinking of me and I'm thinking of them for that, but they know me. I don't, I don't know them. It took a lot to get here. Well let's build on that whole multi took fitness, mental health agility, resilience, problem solving, decision making, leadership. I should have been the leader that felt it. Strive. I strove. Is that a word? No, but I, I feel a strange pressure on me physically and otherwise this moment, this now, this right now I the piece that still makes me, am I fault cause I could die. Yeah, I could, I could just take my helmet off and,
Speaker 9:
14:16
but the view a few others just wanted my place to be here with strong and fit and agile enough, but with one by one they fell away and I, hi man. Bye. Right by hard work, by grit and spit and, and by wanting to T to see this view, hold it forever in your mind's eye. I can, I can cover the whole earth with the tip of my thumb, all of humanity under me. Just stuff about out of existence, out of sight to know.
Speaker 11:
15:14
I bet.
Speaker 9:
15:27
What a privilege it is to, to be one of the few to walk on the moon before they send the tourists star to call me to be a pioneer. Pioneers for space package holidays for all they said. Beats, working, bulking them. I suppose though, I do like to be beside the sea side. I looked at my footprints here now in the moon, Dustin, think
Speaker 11:
15:58
you're okay.
Speaker 9:
15:59
Wow. These will be in long after I'm calling from any planet's atmosphere, my mock mine legacy in a boot. Great.
Speaker 11:
16:10
Uh,
Speaker 9:
16:11
build a of generations. Can I stay here? Could I, can I build a house with me in mind with a porch and a swinging chair and, and look out into the dark void at a peaceful earth and maybe even a fine shrubbery house on the moon with shrubbery only 6.5 gazillion pounds comes with astronauts. Larger Victor Smith. What a guy. A pioneer. I mean, it's amazing to think what man has dreamed of. What's that something smashed wall. What is that looming? Just to get that coming closer. Closer. Oh, some kind of comment or, no, a bunch of asteroids. Asteroids. Cripes Oh,
Speaker 12:
17:12
they're coming quickly. Quick. What? A way to go with [inaudible] big rock shelter here in the rock dust.
Speaker 11:
17:40
Whoa.
Speaker 9:
17:47
It's, it's over. We didn't get that in training. I pick that up. You get, Oh no, no, no.
Speaker 13:
18:10
Go,
Speaker 9:
18:15
hold in my suit.
Speaker 13:
18:18
The,
Speaker 3:
18:23
okay. Okay.
Speaker 9:
18:29
For a moment. Yeah. The time to get back to the land. To big demand. Oh
Speaker 3:
18:37
no. Type [inaudible] maybe. Maybe I'll just,
Speaker 11:
18:58
yeah.
Speaker 9:
19:00
Oh, just take off my helmet. Enjoy the view. One time.
Speaker 3:
19:18
I'm here. Here I have, here I am.
Speaker 9:
19:28
Well, it's a beautiful, beautiful view.
Speaker 7:
19:39
[inaudible]
Speaker 13:
19:48
aye. Yeah. Yeah, aye.
Speaker 4:
20:03
Oh, I was, I was a bit sad. Wow. You wrote it. Yeah. Yeah. It should be a full season. That doesn't really have very well more, you know, because you know, when we can analyze them, colonize, colonize the moon. Um, and I do think we will and I, for one reason or another, I mean the best writers retreat ever, that's all go. I mean, no, no, no, no. His first dots, lots of dust on the moon that picks who was get disappointed. I was just, you know,
Speaker 5:
20:48
well the, the first people would've thought when they, when they go out there, you know, and, and would have felt well being new colonists, colonists, colonists. Yeah. Moving, moving in day. I mean, we all have that right, but denied leaving house to a moon house. So not cons and down on the moon. Well let's hear it cause we're slowing down again. Okay. All right. Wait, can you just sing an intro? No. So here is solar flare siren. Put the trees on them.
Speaker 14:
21:29
Um,
Speaker 4:
21:30
beautiful, solid. A flat siren written and aerated by Sarah Golding. So, you know, we are this beautiful moon. Hi SIS, my lovely name in heist for the rest of my days, I could have worked harder with the street names. So 14 nine one linearize Olympus Mons under dome three 69. Hmm. I could kiss it, but I won't let him have it be. We have no, Hey do I get in I guess. But he thought freshly made to doom air into the breath. Um, print [inaudible] good. Like the films and their works. A technology hate shoveling 384,000 miles. And I caddy myself over the trash. Who?
Speaker 4:
22:39
I mean look code-wise that alert for hello house. Um, why is that alert for, is that a burglar alarm? Surely not. Huh? I don't know where to find the consultant. Hello. How's moon host Luna? [inaudible] where's the console? Oh, what noise? We can. Okay. Okay. But what does that mean? What do I have to do just to go someone else? Oh my God. I haven't immune to what to do in this whole affair and I don't even know if there's a welcome to your new [inaudible]. So bare surfaces and new furniture. What do I do? I do. Oh my God. So if they're alert and I don't know what to do, how can I die? Could I die? If I do, I just do. I'll just stay inside to get under the table. What stops res? So low res sunglasses, light tick, new ed deemed them here, doc.
Speaker 4:
23:44
She went wrong. And years the sunscreen. Yeah. Maybe. Maybe I'll just put the sunscreen all over me and go sit under the dining table. I mean my goodness looks like it could repel anything that um, Oh, I said of obsidian or something. Oh no. Oh no. We as good old fashioned moon row. Painted. Painted moon. Yes. Key that I don't do these things last. I mean, how long could I lost under a table with minimal rations? I mean, do I take my Kindle, my hotbox, my pillow. I mean maybe if I just shut all the curtains of or they're not curtains there. They're projections. Oh, neat. Then or the windows predictions to, Oh my God, they are just a box. A box house on the moon.
Speaker 4:
24:50
These moon colony hoses are so close together. Anyways, I guess if I show it enough or he gets the attention and the Manila, but maybe, maybe they've just moved into [inaudible]. Maybe they don't know anything either. Maybe. Maybe they're just saying the same things. I am in the books of a moon house and cooled walls, moon rock walls. Yet I'm touching the moon. Oh one that I will not be exciting for. Hmm. Oh no. [inaudible] well, I just know a solar flare Sidon, even though it said it was, maybe it's like a, a bluff, a secret signal that something else is happening. If wife is a nuclear warhead heading for the moon, imagine that. Just go out here and after four days of travel and as our bleeding wore on, I'll take that more exact, I mean, what about the goal? Probably under the Dane in [inaudible], the hope ducks and the kids go in the following chip. Okay. Though such a new sense, we can all come together. I mean, you never can book in a at once for these things, yet cheap credit system. I husband's law on the list in school. Teachers and nurses. Crazy maybe progress. Bye. We dreamed of living on the moon and here we, well I am so far
Speaker 15:
26:16
[inaudible] in a box. [inaudible]
Speaker 4:
26:20
student box might have called mineral. Hmm. Maybe. Yeah. I will take a chance in grants out of the window. The door. I'll come. Can open the door. Kind of that was real, right? What is it? Oh yeah, death plan. I, I hope her family turned after that probably, unless, Oh, you have a brightness and light, aren't you?
Speaker 5:
26:58
Oh my God. I've just thought are we protected from solar flares in here? I mean it's just a bunch of old junk. Your jaws blanket. A few throws our old kit. Hope God are we getting radiation sickness could not lose his hair. Who die?
Speaker 4:
27:17
Josh, you, what twinkle ties means is eventually we all do Tanya and yes, yes. I guess we all get to adjust that to more radiation out here than we would at your house. Maybe a whole mine. But we want it to go to the moon. So get to the moon. We shall. That's um, let's turn out the booster rocket. Shall we just get that a bit quicker?
Speaker 5:
27:41
Booster rockets. You mean plugging the six toasters stuck to the back of this VA tech hodgepodge?
Speaker 4:
27:52
No, no, no, no, no, no. We didn't bring the little mowers for speed. No, no. We brought them to [inaudible] so we do that now too for voice actors everywhere. Ready? Three, two, one. Ah, last off. The noisy making. Summer. Spring.
Speaker 5:
28:18
Yeah. You blow say fight. Come on. Blah blah blah. I have a lot of pent up aggression toward the lawn.
Speaker 4:
28:35
The ones they've done as a favor. They should uh, give us a bit of a boost in about four minutes. I wonder if I can catch the toast with this robot home thing. I'm a bit home hungry.
Speaker 5:
28:47
We got dog food, beer and wine and like a fully functioning bar baby.
Speaker 4:
28:54
Well, I know all I send this lies too. If you can catch the lemon vodka and Kyla in a glass with a lid. Oh see we can call it a dirty moon. Nice. Oh gotcha, gotcha. I always dirty room bowls is my always, is it? Oh, that's nice.
Speaker 5:
29:19
Okay. I'll do the same. I guess. Cheers. Now we need some culture, don't we, to go with our ever so glorious, dirty. This is weird, but it's nice. This monologue is by the amazing talented writer award winning Emily C. Snyder in New York. Shakespeare inspired. Oh, hello Emily. I don't know. I do love some Willie's shakes come down to, well, Sue's may have, you've had too much Kalua caffeine and I brought you some water. What do you do Abu and it could do globally. Okay. Tanya Nebu
Speaker 4:
30:04
I you ready for the distance that's between us. Is the moon by Emily C a Schneider [inaudible] Maine. Yes. Do it. Sarah crashed it, man. You got this. Okay, here we go. The distance that's between us is the moon. Waxing waning. Surprising me in sunlight before drifting into the cloud covered canopy. Just another concrete blemish of the civilians Spangled sky.
Speaker 4:
30:43
Sometimes I think I can catch you in my Palm. Reach out fingers, sunlight spread to clutch. She like can opalescent power pop perfect in my mouth and let yourself refracted light spread like cool Carl coils throughout my app spread Lim till I feel full to the brim. With your restless respondents burst to spill the beauty of your splendor lifestyles upon the sea. That sizzle, one flare and fade cause a little title away and then recede to slumber for the distance that's between us is the moon. Most often though your heavy I eclipses me once, twice 10 your head and with a sigh. You sink the deep beneath the heavy counter pain of earth and alone. Toadstool towed root and bug blind. I'm a little rustle of the Autumns. Disregarded leaves a puff of Woodbine smoke the last spatterings of something fragile spa between us till with color turned against the tail. You go a week, a month or more and then return with borrowed light and wrathful stinking with some other woman smoke for the distance that's between is the moon. Had I a pair of Ikaria swing, I should not fly today. I know the contours of your pockmarked tick, the skeletons and all the secrets that you keep on the side of your man. Your shadow brewed are clear as morning light to me.
Speaker 6:
32:47
I know
Speaker 4:
32:48
there's nothing in the hollow of your weightless wavering, watery well no fire burns inside you. Oh, as fire burns in me. How do you, a pair of Icarus wings, pale feather strap with glue and wax with hope and chewing gum and half remembered stolen dreams. How do you ambition to equal mine hat you fire on your heels to send your soul and launch you fast past every blanket of the star students guy. Fuck that distance that's between us is the moon that you dad, you do more than still a little sunlight for yourself. How do you brave the sunspot ox of my skin, the Phoenix and the salamander and all of that lives within? How do you dad, you slipped once from out your orbit to dance among the galaxies that swore a long my skirt braved the burning of your feathers and the melting of your coat uninhabited concrete heart had you dead. You let me fill your soul with the excess blaze that's reflected coldly in your blue and blinking gaze. Oh, let my fingertip creep across the airy blanket that marks the place between the sun and moon and maybe,
Speaker 6:
34:35
but
Speaker 4:
34:36
the distance that's between us is the moon. One of millions juggled in my sphere for love. Too costly for sleep to dear and I. Great. A shining star to live longer here.
Speaker 5:
35:04
How refreshing. I feel terribly cultured now. Oh, why Cy? Would you lock the hope? Nope. I've never been so insulted in my life. No, it's, it's a biscuit. You have the biscuits that also for everyone, especially if it's smaller though. If it's all about respect. Um, don't get me started on Jaffa Java cakes. We can still do the thing. The thing, the thing, the thing though. Yes. The thing, Oh, just a thing. The full, full full moon. Half moon eclipse.
Speaker 4:
35:43
But you're a robot. It should we just play the next one. Look so we can eat the whole packet. Sorry.
Speaker 15:
35:55
I used to think the moon was a button sewn to the sky with golden thread when I was a child floating in the midnight spill of its light on my counter pain. I'd imagine I belonged to another world. At the back of the moon. This Earth's flipped sister. Everything was otherwise in this Knight kingdom where we spoke in language I made up by squishing my tongue against my palate. Sometimes I had speak this language. When I was nervous, my brothers teased me ruthlessly from my disgusting habit until I told them I had been taught by aliens to speak their tongue. Strangely, this did not help with the teasing, but at night, at the back of the moon, I'd explore the cosmic Tundra. No longer the undersized squirt, but a captain of my soul raft. Even today when I wake in the nocturnal hours, there's a moment when I reach for my, or for a few seconds believing there are still adventures waiting for me out there in the sea of stars.
Speaker 4:
37:34
I love that one evokes memories of childhood. Yes, it was by the amazing. Sorry my Tucson. Hello sir. But you're still worthy. You're beautiful.
Speaker 16:
37:45
Sarah, back to song is amazing
Speaker 4:
37:49
on all underwriters. Amazing. And it's so nice to hear Lucy and all her glory. See what I love though is that, see, although we're at different ages and different places and what me and yeah, I mean you meet with me and everyone really did. We were still, we're still all born under the same moon when we, you know, when you, when you do look up, but night, your night, my night we, you see the same face to face with the moon. Me too.
Speaker 17:
38:26
[inaudible]
Speaker 4:
38:32
and we'll leave our explorers for a short while to contemplate their
Speaker 2:
38:36
very existence on, over, around [inaudible] to near this earth until part three coming soon. Do they land on the moon on their chocolatey dirty. Moonhigh find out in part three coming soon in this episode you heard monologues from Jay Christian, how the two worlds so over the moon heavily sees Nedo who wrote that distance between us is the moon both the very advice or go down as well as some of the flare which the Looney wrote herself as well as wedding. I am here. Here I am performed by Karim Compli semi Tucson provided the wondrous, the back of the moon and the radioed by the O. So wondrous Lucile time ceremony is fundraising for her next February's or show and extravaganza or looking at the amazing work and personality of the Regency romance author Georgette hair and circled in has the pleasure of voicing some of Georgette's actual words and by it was she a feisty saw. She sat in new art, took no knots at all. So find out more on www.feeblegazers.wordpress.com tune in one final time for episode three of the lab sessions soon. Thank you to all the new readers and writers, and of course, the amazing Tonya Malloy. You bet. If you liked the show, find out more about quirky versus at quirky voices at [inaudible] dot com or pass a message on Twitter. We're at the quirky voice says, thank you for listening. Goodbye.
Speaker 1:
40:23
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