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Episode 05 - "First Flight"

Adapted by: Tony Caballero

 

 

 

 

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CAST:

Automated Voice
: Sam Rhodes
Beetee Gibbons:
Michael Luckerman
Boggs: Corey Landis
Coin's Lackey #1:  John Bring
Dalton:  Jeffrey Bridges
Finnick Odair: Paul Pakler
Flavius:  Steve Trzaska
Fulvia Cardew: Karuna Tanahashi
Gale Hawthorne:
Dave Droxler
Greasy Sae:  Sam Rhodes
Haymitch Abernathy: Patrick Scott Lewis
Katniss Everdeen: Barbra Dillon
Leevy: Krista Meadows
Octavia: Genevieve Levin
Opening Credits: Shannon Cabeen
Pilot:  Jason Enright
Plutarch Heavensbee: Chris Spicer
President Coin:  Ren Hanami
Venia: Stephanie Cervantes


CREW:

Directed by: Sam Rhodes
Executive Producers: Tony Caballero, Barbra Dillon, Bryant Dillon, Rebecca Lear, and Sam Rhodes
Produced by: Barbra Dillon
Head Writer: Tony Caballero
Staff Writers: Bryant Dillon and Sam Rhodes
Edited by: Sam Rhodes
NYC Director, Dialect Coach, and Capitol Dialect Created by: Paul Pakler
The Katniss Chronicles Logo and Web Design by: Robert J. Peterson (www.robertjpeterson.com)
Episode Photo by: Rebecca Lear

 

 

 

MUSIC:



"The Hunger Games," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part One Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"24 Tributes," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part One Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"Happy Hunger Games," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part One Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"Let the Games Begin," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part One Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011



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Tuesday, 22 July 2014 05:22
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Episode 04 - "Weapons of War"

Adapted by: Bryant Dillon

 

 

 

 

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CAST:

Automated Voice
: Sam Rhodes
Beetee Gibbons:
Michael Luckerman
Finnick Odair: Paul Pakler
Flavius: Steve Trzaska
Fulvia Cardew: Karuna Tanahashi
Gale Hawthorne:
Dave Droxler
Haymitch Abernathy:  Patrick Scott Lewis
Hazelle Hawthorne: Jessica Maxwell
Katniss Everdeen: Barbra Dillon
Leevy: Krista Meadows
Octavia: Genevieve Levin
Opening Credits: Shannon Cabeen
Plutarch Heavensbee: Chris Spicer
Posy Hawthorne: Sofia Osuna
SD Guard: Krista Meadows
SD Guard #1:  Gregory Crafts
SD Guard #2:  Karuna Tanahashi
SD Guard #3:  Drew Siragusa
SD Guard #4:  Chris Spicer
SD Guard #5:  Jody Houser
SD Guard #6:  Jason Enright
SD Guard #7:  Ngozi Anyanwu
SD Guard #8:  Stephanie Cervantes
Venia: Stephanie Cervantes


CREW:

Directed by: Sam Rhodes
Executive Producers: Tony Caballero, Barbra Dillon, Bryant Dillon, Rebecca Lear, and Sam Rhodes
Produced by: Barbra Dillon
Head Writer: Tony Caballero
Staff Writers: Bryant Dillon and Sam Rhodes
Edited by: Sam Rhodes
NYC Director, Dialect Coach, and Capitol Dialect Created by: Paul Pakler
The Katniss Chronicles Logo and Web Design by: Robert J. Peterson (www.robertjpeterson.com)
Episode Photo by: Rebecca Lear

 

 

 

MUSIC:



"The Hunger Games," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part One Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"Remember the Enemy," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part Two Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"Aftermath: Visiting District 12," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part Three Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"The Capitol," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part One Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"Let the Games Begin," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part One Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"The Mockingjay," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part One Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"I Am the Mockingjay," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part Three Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011



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Tuesday, 15 July 2014 15:19
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Episode 03 - "Escalation"

Adapted by: Tony Caballero

 

 

 

 

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CAST:

Armory Guard
: Jeffrey Bridges
Bett Botlee: Robert J. Peterson
Finnick Odair: Paul Pakler
Flavius: Steve Trzaska
Fulvia Cardew: Karuna Tanahashi
Gale Hawthorne:
Dave Droxler
Guard: Tony Caballero
Juni Paloozi: Tess Hunt
Katniss Everdeen: Barbra Dillon
Mrs. Everdeen: Stephanie Cervantes
Octavia: Genevieve Levin
Opening Credits: Shannon Cabeen
Plutarch Heavensbee: Chris Spicer
President Coin: Ren Hanami
Primrose Everdeen: Briana English
Venia: Stephanie Cervantes






CREW:

Directed by: Sam Rhodes
Executive Producers: Tony Caballero, Barbra Dillon, Bryant Dillon, Rebecca Lear, and Sam Rhodes
Produced by: Barbra Dillon
Head Writer: Tony Caballero
Staff Writers: Bryant Dillon and Sam Rhodes
Edited by: Sam Rhodes
NYC Director, Dialect Coach, and Capitol Dialect Created by: Paul Pakler
The Katniss Chronicles Logo and Web Design by: Robert J. Peterson (www.robertjpeterson.com)
Episode Photo by: Rebecca Lear

 

 

 

MUSIC:



"The Hunger Games," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part One Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"Healing with Gale," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part Two Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"Hunting with Gale," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part One Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"Symbol of the Rebellion," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part Three Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011






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Tuesday, 08 July 2014 14:13
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As Hunger Games fans everywhere anxiously await the release of the next feature film in November (passing the time with new episodes of The Katniss Chronicles in the interim!), one fan is taking action to help students across the United States get access to The Hunger Games books.  Shylah Addante [Down with the Capitol staffer, Mainstay Productions ("Finnick and Annie," "The Hanging Tree")] hopes to lead Hunger Games fans in a literary revolution by bringing the story of the Girl on Fire to classrooms across the country.

Addante shared her mission with us in her below missive.  We hope that you will join The Katniss Chronicles team in supporting Addante's efforts!




Three years ago, I started a blog to talk about this amazing book I read. You might have heard of it- it was called The Hunger Games. It wasn’t anything extraordinary, just me talking about my thoughts on things like video games and Finnick and Annie… until I wrote a post about the personal impact reading the series had on me, not only as a reader, but as a citizen of the world:

“It would be an understatement to say that I was a wreck. I like happy endings. I can deal with loss, and death, and sadness, as long as at the end good triumphs over evil. To me, no one won at the end of Mockingjay.

It felt so sad, so hopeless in those hours after I finished the book. I couldn’t let it end like that. I needed to give myself a happy ending.

The Hunger Games series is a book about many things, but for me the realistic depiction of how poverty and oppression go hand in hand was at the heart of the books. The districts were easily manipulated by the Capitol not only by a deprivation of resources, but also (and more importantly) by a deprivation of information. It is not until the Districts gain the ability to learn and communicate with one another that the Rebellion is born.

Education powers revolutions.”

I put my words into action and went to donorschoose.org. There I found a project from a teacher in New York City:

“My Students: My Latino and African-American students attend a high poverty school in New York City.

They are 13 going on 14, have a nose for injustice, and love to argue. I need The Hunger Games to give their voices a focus. After I discussed the book on the first day of school, they were hooked. They would love a chance to investigate a current social issue and try to solve it. As we will read this novel later in the year, they will also have a chance to apply their Social Studies lessons.

My Project: The Hunger Games is a dystopian novel full of social issues that the students will identify and define. For each issue, they will need to explain how external events shaped it, how it shapes a character’s choices and relationships with others, and how it inspires characters to act and change their social environments. At the end, they will choose a social issue we face (problem) and think of ways to change it (solution). The unit not only allows them to examine how literature reflects society, it helps them see the complexities of real social issues. By discussing the issues and thinking of creative solutions, they are laying the groundwork for a better future.

Unfortunately, my school does not have the money to purchase 35 books. Reading is fundamental to a good education. Please help me provide my students with the resources necessary to foster my students' minds!”

I donated and then spammed my family and friends through social media until the project was fully funded. The teacher was thrilled, the students had access to books they were genuinely excited about reading, and I had that warm fuzzy feeling that only comes with helping someone else out… and I wanted more.

Through the support and help from Savanna and Adam of the Fireside Chat and DownWithTheCapitol, we started a small movement to fund more teachers looking to use the series in their classrooms. This was back in the early days of the fandom- the Fireside Chat was about a month old and DWTC less than a year with only a handful of other sites out there; but our small band of rebels was still able to help two classrooms get the books they needed.

Fast forward to now: the Hunger Games is a global phenomenon: there are dozens (if not hundreds of fan sites); the Fireside Chat logged 130 episodes, and there are almost 20,000,000 fans on The Hunger Games’ official Facebook page. I’d say it’s time to try this literacy revolution over again.

Let’s get Books For Tributes.

My goal is to fund teachers across the country looking to put The Hunger Games in their classrooms and libraries using donorschoose.org.

As of today, I have 45 projects queued up on this donorschoose campaign page, and every. single. one. of them is looking to place our favorite book series into the hands of kids across the US.

So, let’s do it.

Let’s stand with the Mockingjay and start a Literacy Revolution. Our goal is simple. As Hunger Games fans who believe in equity and empowerment, we will work to fund as many as possible of the requests for Hunger Games books posted on donorschoose.org.

We’ll take it one class at a time—just as Katniss and the Rebels worked District by District to overthrow the Capitol. Give as much or as little as you like, as often as you wish. When we fully fund a project, I’ll let you know on the Books For Tributes twitter and Facebook pages.

When you donate please place the following somewhere in your personal message:

“I gave to this project because I'm with the Mockingjay, and support a literacy revolution in American classrooms. #books4tributes”

When you tweet about donating please use #books4tributes

Let’s set a goal to fund these 45 projects before Mockingjay hits theaters this fall, so that when we see Katniss on screen, fighting the Capitol, we can know that we’ve done our part to fuel our own revoltion in Panem.

Fire is catching, and we are the spark. And if we put our hearts and minds behind this effort, the Capitol doesn’t stand a chance.

*three finger salute*

Shylah

Books For Tributes Twitter: https://twitter.com/Books4Tributes
Books for Tributes Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tributes4books
Books For Tributes DonorsChoose Campaign Page: http://www.donorschoose.org/Tributes4Reading

 

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Monday, 07 July 2014 20:04
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Episode 02 - "The Price of the Mockingjay"

Adapted by: Bryant Dillon

 

 

 

 

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CAST:

Automated Voice
: Sam Rhodes
Boggs: Corey Landis
Buttercup: Floyd
Coin's Lackey #1:  John Bring
Coin's Lackey #2:  Sebastian Kadlecik
D.B. Luggins:  Ray Holdridge II
Dining Staff #1: Sam Rhodes
District 13 Clock: Sam Rhodes
Flavius:  Steve Trzaska
Fulvia Cardew: Karuna Tanahashi
Gale Hawthorne:
Dave Droxler
Guard: Tony Caballero
Katniss Everdeen: Barbra Dillon
Octavia:  Genevieve Levin
Opening Credits: Shannon Cabeen
Peeta Mellark: Bryant Dillon
Plutarch Heavensbee: Chris Spicer
President Coin: Ren Hanami
Primrose Everdeen: Briana English
Venia: Stephanie Cervantes




CREW:

Directed by: Sam Rhodes
Executive Producers: Tony Caballero, Barbra Dillon, Bryant Dillon, Rebecca Lear, and Sam Rhodes
Produced by: Barbra Dillon
Head Writer: Tony Caballero
Staff Writers: Bryant Dillon and Sam Rhodes
Edited by: Sam Rhodes
NYC Director, Dialect Coach, and Capitol Dialect Created by: Paul Pakler
The Katniss Chronicles Logo and Web Design by: Robert J. Peterson (www.robertjpeterson.com)
Episode Photo by: Rebecca Lear

 

 

 

MUSIC:



"Silver Parachute," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part One Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"Homesick," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part One Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"Mockingjay," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part Three Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"Symbol of the Rebellion," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part Three Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"Remember the Enemy," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part Two Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"The Girl Who Was on Fire," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part One Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011





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Tuesday, 01 July 2014 13:28
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Episode 01 - "From the Ashes"

Adapted by: Tony Caballero

 

 

 

 

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CAST:

Bett Botlee:
Robert J. Peterson
Boggs: Corey Landis
Bristol: Brian McGackin
Buttercup: Floyd
Caesar Flickerman: Michael Luckerman
Candi Crassus: Lauren Rock
District 13 Clock: Sam Rhodes
Fulvia Cardew: Karuna Tanahashi
Gale Hawthorne:
Dave Droxler
Hazelle Hawthorne: Jessica Maxwell
Interrogator: Gregory Crafts
Juni Paloozi: Tess Hunt
Katniss Everdeen: Barbra Dillon
Monitor #1: Justin Robinson
Monitor #2: Brian McGackin
Monitor #3: Jeffrey Bridges
Mrs. Everdeen: Stephanie Cervantes
Opening Credits: Shannon Cabeen
Peeta Mellark: Bryant Dillon
Pilot: Jason Enright
Plutarch Heavensbee: Chris Spicer
President Coin: Ren Hanami
President Snow: Shane Portman
Primrose Everdeen: Briana English
Rory Hawthorne: Kelly Misek Jr.
Tech Director: Corey Landis
Thom: Domenick Dicce




CREW:

Directed by: Sam Rhodes
Executive Producers: Tony Caballero, Barbra Dillon, Bryant Dillon, Rebecca Lear, and Sam Rhodes
Produced by: Barbra Dillon
Head Writer: Tony Caballero
Staff Writers: Bryant Dillon and Sam Rhodes
Edited by: Sam Rhodes
NYC Director, Dialect Coach, and Capitol Dialect Created by: Paul Pakler
The Katniss Chronicles Logo and Web Design by: Robert J. Peterson (www.robertjpeterson.com)
Episode Photo by: Rebecca Lear

 

 

 

MUSIC:



"The Hunger Games," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part One Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"Catching Fire," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part Two Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"Mockingjay," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part Three Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"Hunting with Gale," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part One Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"Preparing to Let Go," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part Three Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"President Snow's Visit," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part Two Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011

"Aftermath: Visiting District 12," Music of Panem: Beginning of the Rebellion - Part Three Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011





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Tuesday, 24 June 2014 13:42
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Production Journal #21 - TKC Live Tweet


The following is one of the many production journals by the creators of The Katniss Chronicles. Listen in as Executive Producers Barbra and Bryant Dillon explain the “live tweet event" taking place for the first episode of The Katniss Chronicles - Part III.

Be sure to tune in on Tuesday, June 24th, at 6 p.m./PST for the TKC Live Tweet event on Twitter.  The creators of the audio drama will be tweeting along to the episode, which will begin exactly at 6 p.m./PST, and they will also be answering any and all questions.  Follow TKC at @KatnissChron with the hashtag #TKCpart3.

 

 

 

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CAST:

Bryant Dillon
Barbra Dillon



CREW:

Directed by: Sam Rhodes
Executive Producers: Tony Caballero, Barbra Dillon, Bryant Dillon, Rebecca Lear, and Sam Rhodes
Produced by: Barbra Dillon
Head Writer: Tony Caballero
Staff Writers: Bryant Dillon and Sam Rhodes
Edited by: Bryant Dillon
NYC Director, Dialect Coach, and Capitol Dialect Created by: Paul Pakler
The Katniss Chronicles Logo and Web Design by: Robert J. Peterson (www.robertjpeterson.com)
Episode Photo by: Rebecca Lear and Bryant Dillon



MUSIC:

"Real or Not Real," Music of Panem: The Rebellion - Part Three Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011





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Tuesday, 17 June 2014 16:34
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Production Journal #20 - Actor Focus: Stephanie Cervantes


The following is one of the many production journals by the creators of The Katniss Chronicles. Listen in on an interview with actor Stephanie Cervantes who portrays Mrs. Everdeen, Venia, and several other roles in The Katniss Chronicles - Part III.

 

 

 

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CAST:

Stephanie Cervantes
Sam Rhodes



CREW:

Directed by: Sam Rhodes
Executive Producers: Tony Caballero, Barbra Dillon, Bryant Dillon, Rebecca Lear, and Sam Rhodes
Produced by: Barbra Dillon
Head Writer: Tony Caballero
Staff Writers: Bryant Dillon and Sam Rhodes
Edited by: Bryant Dillon
NYC Director, Dialect Coach, and Capitol Dialect Created by: Paul Pakler
The Katniss Chronicles Logo and Web Design by: Robert J. Peterson (www.robertjpeterson.com)
Episode Photo by: Rebecca Lear and Bryant Dillon



MUSIC:

"Real or Not Real," Music of Panem: The Rebellion - Part Three Score, Written and Produced by Sam Cushion, © 2011





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Thursday, 12 June 2014 14:23
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