The Primordials: An Urban Fantasy Podcast Series Created by Reginald Nelson & Neil Lewis; Free Classic Audio Entertainment for Today's Generation

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It's the urban Highlander as The Primordials chronicles the tales of black immortals dwelling in Post Katrina New Orleans. Join Shannon Bechet, Otis Armstrong, and Yolanda Jackson aka Shango, Ogun and Oya as they battle in the Big Easy against angry Gods, corrupt politicians, scorned voodoo queens, undead vampires and even fanatical terrorists!

Log on now and download this exciting new audio series unto your computer, iphone or ipod.

In the grand tradition of classic radio dramas such as The Shadow, Flash Gordon and The Lone Ranger, The Primordials uses modern technology to bring exciting audio entertainment to today's on the go multi-tasker. Each action packed episode or chapter runs about 15min. (4 chapters equals 1 book) and are available on The Primordials website to download unto your computer, iphone, or ipod.

The Creators

Reginald Nelson - actor, writer, producer and fanboy has been a comic book collector for over twenty years. He earned his B.F.A. from Howard University and M.F.A. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Reginald is the founding board president and former managing director of the acclaimed Congo Square Theatre Company in Chicago. His many theatrical credits include Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Goodman Theatre, Lookingglass Theatre, Court Theatre and Steppenwolf. Reginald's short film Fly Like Mercury which he wrote, co-produced and starred, won the 2007 Pan African Film Festival's Executive Director award. He has written several screenplays and his new book How To Start Your Own Theatre Company, published by the Chicago Review Press is now available on Amazon.

Neil Lewis - actor, writer, producer and founder of AYA, a non-profit youth organization dedicated to the enrichment of children of color. Neil has been seen in many productions in film, television and theatre. Some of his most recent credits include Black Dynamite, The Shield, Close To Home, and an award winning production of HAIR: The musical. Neil wrote, produced and starred in the short film BAM which won the Audience Favorite Award at the Urbanmedia Makers Film Festival. Ne is a native of the Bronx, New York and earned his B.F.A. from Howard University.


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