The Atlanta Radio Theatre Company was founded in 1984 by radio personality William L. Brown and actor/director Patrick Stansbury. They incorporated ARTC as a non-profit educational corporation, dedicated to the production and distribution of quality audio drama.
Participation in ARTC is open to all actors, writers, technicians/audio engineers, Foley artists, illustrators, graphic designers, marketers, and anyone else who is interested in learning any of the diverse array of disciplines involved in producing dramatic audio.
We meet weekly to rehearse, primarily for our many live performances throughout the year. We also produce recorded albums and podcasts. We thrive in venues such as Dragon Con and have a standing program year-round.