“Roundtable” (special recording) – Top stars from New Frequency celebrate 100 episodes with a discussion about the shows history and lasting impact. Starring Mark Daniel Cade, Traci Crouch, Gil Glasgow, Warren Harkins, Matt Johnson, James Napoli, Dick Schroder, Todd Sherry, Biz Urban, Victoria Wright. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Two Different Things” (drama) – A devoted couple relies on each other to get out of a jam, leading to a surprising discovery. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Gil Glasgow, Victoria Wright, Theresa Arrison, James Napoli, Jeff Hohimer, Susan Hendershot. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Salvation” (romantic comedy) – A quirky salvation army worker finds love through giving at the holidays. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Theresa Arrison. Starring Theresa Arrison, Joanna Rubiner, Victoria Wright, Jeff Hohimer, James Napoli, Traci Crouch, Gil Glasgow, Mark Daniel Cade, Todd Sherry. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“What City Please” (drama) – A lonely telephone operator searches for a distressed caller during the holidays. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Susan Hendershot, James Napoli, Gretchen Massey, Mark Daniel Cade, Todd Sherry, Matt Johnson, Traci Crouch, Victoria Wright, Jeff Hohimer. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Let It Snow” (horror) – An isolated couples quiet Christmas Eve is interrupted by two unusual strangers marooned in a snowstorm. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Gil Glasgow, Victoria Wright, Matt Johnson, Traci Crouch, Todd Sherry. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“A Bell For Christmas” (drama) – A small town clock-shop owner shares the emotional story of his first marriage, resulting in a surprise holiday reunion. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Todd Sherry. Starring Todd Sherry, Gil Glasgow, Traci Crouch, Theresa Arrison, Joanna Rubiner, James Napoli, Victoria Wright, Jay Underwood, Mark Daniel Cade. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“They Tell You Are Crooked: Not A Creature Was Stirring” (noir) – Private detective Donald Davies returns for another journey into Chicago’s underbelly and a case of Christmas murder. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring James Napoli, Traci Crouch, Gil Glasgow, Theresa Arrison, Rob Izenberg, Victoria Wight, Jeff Hohimer, Natalie Blalock, Todd Sherry, Joan Kessler, Matt Johnson. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“They Tell You Are Crooked” (noir) – When a mysterious woman turns up dead in a Chicago hotel, private-eye Donald Davies is called into action on Christmas Eve 1946. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring James Napoli, Theresa Arrison, Jeff Hohimer, Todd Sherry, Matt Johnson, Gil Glasgow, Joanna Rubiner, Traci Crouch. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“The Legend Of Ka-Ching, Ka-Ching” (comedy) – A parable about three corporate bad guys who take over the holidays by transforming an innocent charity-driven child into Santa Claus. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Todd Sherry, Theresa Arrison, James Napoli, Mark Daniel Cade, Jeff Hohimer, Jay Underwood, Victoria Wright, Matt Johnson, Gil Glasgow. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.   

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Conversations In Cars: The Tape” (drama) – As siblings drive home for the holidays old wounds bubble to the surface, until an unexpected cassette of family memories is discovered. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Songs performed by Peggy Johnson, June Knight, Denny Knight, Matt Johnson. Starring Jeff Hohimer, Natalie Blalock, Ashley Merritt, James Napoli. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Take It Away” (drama) – When a broken man tears up a love note on a random car’s windshield, it sets off a connective series of circumstances that force moments of love, loss and reconciliation. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Original spoken word by MK Asante. Starring Licia Shearer, Gil Glasgow, Victoria Wright, MK Asante, Mark Daniel Cade, James Napoli, Theresa Arrison, Matt Johnson, Jeff Hohimer, Ashley Merritt. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“The Wanderers” (science fiction) – Escaped convicts crash land on a futuristic Earth inhabited by chilling organisms. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Todd Sherry, Jeff Hohimer, Traci Crouch, Mark Daniel Cade, James Napoli, Joan Kessler, Matt Johnson, Joanna Rubiner. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.  

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Willard’s Woods” (ghost story) – A haunting story from a man’s past comes frighteningly back to life at his 20th High School reunion. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written By James Napoli. Starring Gil Glasgow, Jeff Hohimer, Theresa Arrison, Jay Underwood, Joanna Rubiner, James Napoli, Traci Crouch. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata.    

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson. 


“It Ain’t Over Till Its Over” (ghost story) – A neurotic ghost with unfinished business haunts a family seeking a deeper connection. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written By James Napoli. Starring Theresa Arrison, James Napoli, Mark Daniel Cade, Natalie Blalock, Jeff Hohimer. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.    

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson. 



“The Voice” (supernatural) – A blind woman questions her sanity when she begins to hear a terrifying murmur in her mind. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Susan Hendershot, Gretchen Massey, Mark Daniel Cade, J. Carlos Ragas. Music by Torrie J. Jones. Sound by Eric Lalicata.    

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson. 



“Darrel Hall’s Thoughts” (classic horror) – A man who has never dreamed begins to envision a horrifying specter that gives him one order…kill. A re-creation of the legendary “Lights Out” broadcast from 1938. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written Wyllis Cooper. Starring Todd Sherry, Jeff Hohimer, Joanna Rubiner, Joan Kessler, Theresa Arrison, Traci Crouch, James Napoli, Gil Glasgow, Mark Daniel Cade, Matt Johnson. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Beware” (horror) – A married couple tied to the moon goes on a killing spree, only to be tracked by an ambitious hunter. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring James Napoli, Matt Johnson, Victoria Wright, Jeff Hohimer, Traci Crouch, Gretchen Massey. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata.    

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson. 


“Brief Pause For Murder” (classic suspense) – A late night disc jockey enlists the aid of an ex-con in a plot to murder his wife in this re-creation of the legendary 1949 broadcast from “The Whistler”. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Luke Houston and William Foreman. Starring Gil Glasgow, Todd Sherry, Matt Johnson, Kelly Saltsman, Mark Daniel Cade, Traci Crouch, Jeff Hohimer, Theresa Arrison, Victoria Wright. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata and Warren Harkins

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Gone Are The Days (supernatural) – A struggling married couple is confronted by the past when the husband starts to see unnerving visions of his younger self. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring James Napoli, Natalie Blalock, Joan Kessler, Mark Daniel Cade, Todd Sherry, Matt Johnson. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and James Napoli


“Testing One, Two…” (romance) – A journey into the mind of quirky comic book writer as he pines about life, loneliness and his love of a coffee shop waitress. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Traci Crouch, James Napoli, Gil Glasgow, J. Carlos Ragas, Mark Daniel Cade, Jeff Hohimer, Theresa Arrison, Palmer Scott, Jeff Hohimer, Gretchen Massey, Susan Hendershot, Mary Jo DuPrey. Sound by Eric Lalicata.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“The Maggie Dunne Mysteries” (detective) – A tough as nails Boston private eye struggles to keep her life in order while investigating the murder of cryptic man who dies on her doorstep. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Lee Anne Matusek, Jeff Hohimer, Gil Glasgow, Gretchen Massey, Palmer Scott, Todd Sherry, J. Carlos Ragas, Theresa Arrison, James Napoli, Mark Daniel Cade, Renair Marissa Milstein. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and James Napoli. 


“A Dangerous Woman” (science fiction) – A maximum-security prison employee is interrogated about an unnerving incident that occurred during an execution. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Traci Crouch, Mark Daniel Cade, Joan Kessler, Jeff Hohimer. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.  

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Grantham Croydon And The Quest For Everest Part 3” (comedy) – A childlike billionaire finally arrives at the top of Mount Everest only to discover a Starbucks and nightclub. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Matt Johnson, Todd Sherry, Mark Daniel Cade, James Napoli, Traci Crouch, Rob Izenberg, Jeff Hohimer, Gil Glasgow, Victoria Wright, Theresa Arrison, Natalie Blaylock, Joan Kessler. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and James Napoli.


“Grantham Croydon And The Quest For Everest Part 2” (comedy) – Absurdly evil villains continue to chase a childlike billionaire who is trying to get his air-thickening invention to the top of Mount Everest. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Matt Johnson, Todd Sherry, Mark Daniel Cade, James Napoli, Traci Crouch, Rob Izenberg, Jeff Hohimer, Gil Glasgow, Victoria Wright, Theresa Arrison, Natalie Blaylock. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and James Napoli.


“Grantham Croydon And The Quest For Everest Part 1” (comedy) – A hapless billionaire ventures to Mount Everest and battles evil villains including the mad head of Starbucks. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Matt Johnson, Todd Sherry, Mark Daniel Cade, James Napoli, Traci Crouch, Rob Izenberg, Jeff Hohimer, Gil Glasgow, Victoria Wright, Theresa Arrison. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and James Napoli.


“Instinct” (pulp) – A woman believes she is transforming into a cat.  Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Megan Clinard. Starring Ashley Merritt, Mark Daniel Cade, James Napoli, Victoria Wright, Gil Glasgow, Jeff Hohimer, Matt Johnson, Licia Shearer, Theresa Arrison. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.  

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Goodbye Prayers” (drama) – Three women bravely support soldiers leaving for war while dealing with their own fears and conflict. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Lee Anne Matusek, Mary Jo DuPrey, Renair Marissa Milstein, Palmer Scott, Mark Daniel Cade, Matt Johnson. Music by Torrie J. Jones. Sound by Eric Lalicata.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Chuck The Spy: So Long It’s Been Good To Noir You” (comedy) – The dumbest secret agent in the world travels back in time to the 1950s to battle evil Commies. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Matt Johnson and James Napoli. Starring Jeff Hohimer, Traci Crouch, James Napoli, Matt Johnson, Theresa Arrison, Joanna Rubiner, Todd Sherry. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Conversations In Cars: Back To Mom” (drama) – A brother and sister struggle on the drive home from their mother’s funeral, only to discover a deeper connection. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Gil Glasgow, Susan Hendershot, Mark Daniel Cade. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Beth Monroe, Female Woman” (comedy) – A quirky modern woman struggles to balance a crazy life of work, romance and taking care of her aging parents. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Joanna Rubiner, Mark Daniel Cade, James Napoli, Susan Hendershot, Jeff Hohimer, Matt Johnson, Theresa Arrison, Traci Crouch. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and James Napoli. 


“Get Him” (detective) – A violent encounter between a detective and criminal is halted when the two men realize they went to high school together. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Mark Daniel Cade, Victoria Wright, Matt Johnson, Theresa Arrison, James Napoli, Joanna Rubiner. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Chuck The Spy: Minority Retort” (comedy) – A bumbling spy travels to the future to stop a villain who is ridding the world of fast food. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Matt Johnson and James Napoli. Starring Jeff Hohimer, Traci Crouch, James Napoli, Gil Glasgow, Jay Underwood, Theresa Arrison, Joanna Rubiner, Rob Izenberg. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Events We Don’t Talk About” (mystery) – A man’s life unravels into madness as he tries to find out secrets about his neighbors. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Based on the short story by Robert Morgan Fisher. Starring Gil Glasgow, James Napoli, Victoria Wright, Mark Daniel Cade, Joanna Rubiner. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Gil Glasgow.


“Ambushed” (western) – Strangers in an old west town take in two mysterious women after an ambush - only to realize they are not what they seem. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Theresa Arrison. Starring Theresa Arrison, Joan Kessler, Matt Johnson, Gil Glasgow, Traci Crouch, Victoria Wright. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Game Show Family” (comedy) – A crazed father pushes his family to the limits in order to win big prizes on television game shows. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Zeke K. Starring Mark Daniel Cade, Gil Glasgow, Todd Sherry, Joanna Rubiner, James Napoli, Matt Johnson, Traci Crouch, Jeff Hohimer. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Cramped” (thriller) – Two strangers wake up trapped in box and struggle to keep calm as danger approaches outside. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Traci Crouch, Jeff Hohimer, James Napoli. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata.   

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Conversations In Cars: The Old Neighborhood” (drama) – Two friends drive through their old hometown coming to terms with life choices – only to end up confronting ex-lovers. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Theresa Arrison, Mark Daniel Cade, Joan Kessler, Todd Sherry. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“The Ending” (horror) – A woman lost in the woods encounters an ancient evil bent on awakening an army of vampires. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Traci Crouch, Matt Johnson, Theresa Arrison, James Napoli, Mark Daniel Cade, Gil Glasgow, Todd Sherry. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.   

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“The City Where You Live” (mystery) – A young woman suspects her new male roommate is a criminal – only to be surprised by the real culprit. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Suzan Hendershot, Mark Daniel Cade, Theresa Arrison, Todd Sherry. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Ghoulypoo” (comedy) – LIVE from the legendary Roxy Theatre on the Sunset Strip an audience volunteer joins the cast to improvise sound effects for a wild creature comedy. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Matt Johnson and James Napoli. Starring James Napoli, Jeff Hohimer, Matt Johnson, Mark Daniel Cade, James Napoli, Ashley Merritt, Victoria Wright, Theresa Arrison. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Grantham Croydon Part 3” (comedy) – A hapless billionaire's first journey into the world concludes with a gang of Hollywood scoundrels trying to make a blockbuster. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Matt Johnson, Todd Sherry, Mark Daniel Cade, Gil Glasgow, James Napoli, Victoria Wright, Joanna Rubiner, Theresa Arrison, Traci Couch, Rob Izenberg, Jeff Hohimer. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and James Napoli.


“Grantham Croydon Part 2” (comedy) – The worldly exploits of a childlike billionaire continue as Grantham tries to save a harp-riding hippy from evil makeup queen Mary Kay. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Matt Johnson, Todd Sherry, Mark Daniel Cade, Gil Glasgow, James Napoli, Victoria Wright, Joanna Rubiner, Theresa Arrison, Traci Couch, Rob Izenberg, Jeff Hohimer. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and James Napoli.


“Grantham Croydon Part 1” (comedy) – A childlike billionaire leaves home for the first time and experiences this comically crazy thing called the “world”. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Matt Johnson, Todd Sherry, Susan Hendershot, Jeff Hohimer, Theresa Arrison, Gil Glasgow, Palmer Scott, Mary Ellen Osborne, Jay Underwood, Gretchen Massey, Traci Crouch, James Napoli.  Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and James Napoli.


“True Hart” (western) – The true story of the first female stagecoach robber who became an outspoken voice for women’s rights in the Old West. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Theresa Arrison, Victoria Wright, Todd Sherry, Jay Underwood, James Napoli, Matt Johnson, Joanna Rubiner, Gil Glasgow, Mark Daniel Cade, Traci Crouch. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Chuck The Spy: Pardon My Election” (comedy) – Everyone’s favorite comical spy battles the infamous organization Evil Empire Of World Wackos who are trying to rig an election. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Matt Johnson and James Napoli. Starring Jeff Hohimer, Joan Kessler, James Napoli, Joanna Rubiner, Rob Izenberg, Gil Glasgow, Mark Daniel Cade, James Napoli, Matt Johnson, Theresa Arrison, Todd Sherry. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Rob Izenberg.


“To Forgive Divine” (pulp) – The zombie boyfriend of a murderous vamp struggles with his complicated romance. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Zeke K. Starring Traci Crouch, James Napoli, Matt Johnson, Jeff Hohimer. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and James Napoli.


“Conversations In Bars: Another Round” (drama) – A typical pick-up at a singles bar reveals deeper truths between a man and a woman. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Theresa Arrison, Mark Daniel Cade, Matt Johnson, Victoria Wright, Gil Glasgow, James Napoli. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Old Woman With Cat” (drama) – A frenetic businessman learns a lesson of serenity while searching for his lost cat. Directed by Matt Johnson. Short story by Arne Meier. Adapted by James Napoli. Starring Jay Underwood, Susan Hendershot, Traci Crouch. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“The Christmas Tree Tent” (drama) – The quaint town of Brownfield is in turmoil until a mysterious stranger arrives compelling them into holiday spirit. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Gil Glasgow, Matt Johnson, Mark Daniel Cade, Todd Sherry, James Napoli, Victoria Wright, Theresa Arrison, Susan Hendershot, Gretchen Massey. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Gil Glasgow.


“Saint Bernice Of The Refrigerator” (comedy) – A young woman’s Christmas troubles improve after a vision of her dead Aunt Bernice appears in the family fridge.  Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Joanna Rubiner, Jeff Hohimer, Joan Kessler, Matt Johnson, Todd Sherry, Victoria Wright, James Napoli, Theresa Arrison, Gil Glasgow. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“They Tell You Are Crooked” (noir) – A hard-boiled private detective in 1940s Chicago gets mixed up in a game of deception when a woman turns up dead in a hotel room with Santa. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Larry Morgan, Mary Ellen Osborne, Todd Sherry, Rob Izenberg, Gil Glasgow, Cindy Loeb, Biz Urban, Matt Johnson, Jeff Hohimer. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Larry Morgan.


“Conversations In Cars: The Traffic Jam” (drama) – A fateful traffic jam forces an estranged father and daughter to mend the wounds that have separated them for years. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Gil Glasgow, Traci Crouch, Todd Sherry. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Traci Crouch.


“Words To Live By” (drama) – A grieving woman battles loneliness during the holiday season until she starts to hear inspirational messages at a local supermarket. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Victoria Wright, Jeff Hohimer, Gil Glasgow, Matt Johnson, Rob Izenberg, Todd Sherry, Mary Ellen Osborne, Cindy Loeb, Dick Schroder. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and James Napoli.


“Shop Till You Drop” (psychological thriller) – Three women try to survive a monstrous world where they must shop continuously…or die violently. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Theresa Arrison, Traci Crouch, Natalie Blalock, Jeff Hohimer, Mark Daniel Cade. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.   

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Jeff Hohimer.


“Real Life, Real Time Stories: Downtown Public Library - 3rd Floor to Hope Street” (drama) – Chance encounters in a library reveal the dramas, fears, hopes and loves of patrons - proving we are all alike. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Traci Crouch, Jeff Hohimer, Rob Izenberg, Mark Daniel Cade, Victoria Wright, Todd Sherry, James Napoli, Theresa Arrison, Gil Glasgow, Joan Kessler, Matt Johnson. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“The Learning Curve” (drama) – During a political campaign a movie star falls into a world where teachers are the real celebrities.  Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Todd Sherry, Mark Daniel Cade, Jeff Hohimer, James Napoli, Victoria Wright, Matt Johnson, Gil Glasgow, Joanna Rubiner, Theresa Arrison. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Todd Sherry.


“Hungry Valley” (horror) – Two young women travelling to a peace rally suffer a blowout and end up in a frightening town of bloodthirsty cannibals! Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Mary Ellen Osborne, Biz Urban, Jeff Hohimer, James Napoli, Gil Glasgow, Victoria Wright. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.   

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Mary Ellen Osborne.  


“I Peeled Her Flesh” (horror) – A troubled man comes to believe his wife sheds her skin at midnight…becoming an alien creature. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring James Napoli, Victoria Wright, Todd Sherry. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.   

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and James Napoli.  


“Driving Rain” (horror) – Two women stranded in a rainstorm fear for their lives as a killer is on the loose. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Traci Crouch, Theresa Arrison, Susan Hendershot, Jeff Hohimer, Mark Daniel Cade. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata.   

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Traci Crouch. 


“Whispers Of The Shadow People” (paranormal) – Three shady characters plot the murder of an old woman, unaware that shadowy demonic forces surround them. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Mary Ellen Osborne, Todd Sherry, Jeff Hohimer, Victoria Wright. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.   

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Mary Ellen Osborne. 


“The Creature Upstairs” (horror) – New Frequency is celebrating October with an entire month of HALLOWEEN HORROR RADIO DRAMA! Starting with a graphically wicked tale of paranoia and murder. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Matt Johnson, Victoria Wright, Gil Glasgow. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata.  

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and James Napoli. 


“Fight The Power” (drama) – When a crazed gunman takes an ad agency executive hostage, a police negotiator seeks real answers to the heart of his troubles. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Victoria Wright, Todd Sherry, Gil Glasgow, Jeff Hohimer, Theresa Arrison, Mark Daniel Cade, Matt Johnson, Joanna Rubiner, Rob Izenberg, Joan Kessler, James Napoli. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Victoria Wright.


“The Disappearance Of The New Frequency Players” (true crime) – In lieu of our normal program, director Matt Johnson would like to issue a public statement that he is not a murderer. He is NOT responsible for the mysterious disappearance of his cast. Please play podcast for entire shocking statement. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Mark Daniel Cade, Victoria Wright, Joan Kessler, Gil Glasgow, Jeff Hohimer, James Napoli, Natalie Blalock, Matt Johnson.


“Parable Of The Cell Phone” (comedy) – Three strangers stranded on an airplane use their cell phones to comic demise, while one without a cell learns a valuable lesson. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Todd Sherry, James Napoli, Jeff Hohimer, Theresa Arrison, Mark Daniel Cade, Gil Glasgow, Victoria Wright, Natalie Blalock, Traci Crouch Lalicata, Joan Kessler. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“September Of My Painful, Dead Broke Years” (comedy) - A spunky young woman is forced to move into a low-rent apartment after losing her job, savings and boyfriend all in one week. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Biz Urban, Mark Daniel Cade, Jeff Hohimer, Victoria Wright, Matt Johnson, Mary Ellen Osborne, Gil Glasgow, Todd Sherry. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Biz Urban.


“Conversations In Cars: Last Day Of Summer” (drama) – A mother and daughters take the fateful drive to college faced with an emotional goodbye. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Victoria Wright, Biz Urban, Cindy Loeb, Todd Sherry. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Victoria Wright.


“Ugly Lover” (horror) – A mysterious woman collects hideous male lovers for a magical and diabolical purpose. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Zeke K. Starring James Napoli, Traci Crouch, Matt Johnson. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Biz Urban.


“Chuck The Spy: Once Upon A Time In, Like, The West” (comedy) – Everyone’s favorite comical spy goes back in time to battle an inept old west gang. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Matt Johnson and James Napoli. Starring Jeff Hohimer, Todd Sherry, Traci Crouch Lalicata, James Napoli, Mark Daniel Cade, Matt Johnson, Gil Glasgow, Jay Underwood, Theresa Arrison. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Todd Sherry.


“Tales From Underground: Hate Rises” (thriller) – A free-loving 60’s couple descend deeper into a world of anger, fear, mind control, and murder. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Victoria Wright, Ashley Merritt, Gil Glasgow, James Napoli, Traci Crouch, Matt Johnson, Dick Schroder, Theresa Arrison, Jeff Hohimer, Mark Daniel Cade. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Victoria Wright.


“Deadline” (noir) – A down-on-his-luck newspaper reporter turns to the dark side in order to land a big scoop. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Todd Sherry, James Napoli, Jeff Hohimer, Traci Crouch Lalicata, Mark Daniel Cade, Susan Hendershot, Matt Johnson, Victoria Wright. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Todd Sherry.


“Real Life, Real Time Stories: Diner To Hospital” (drama) – A young couple rush to the hospital to give birth, connecting all the people they encounter along the way in this slice-of-life reality drama. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Jeff Hohimer, Theresa Arrison, Joanna Rubiner, Gil Glasgow, Traci Crouch Lalicata,  Matt Johnson, Mark Daniel Cade, Victoria Wright, James Napoli. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Running With The Devil” (detective) – The Devil himself is forced to play private eye when a rouge demon starts killing people on the famed Sunset Strip. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring James Napoli, Gil Glasgow, Victoria Wright, Mark Daniel Cade, Ashley Merritt, Matt Johnson, Rob Izenberg, Jeff Hohimer, Theresa Arrison. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and James Napoli.


“Goodbye Waltzing Willy” (drama) – An aged and beloved circus clown faces his final performance, only to encounter a magical visitor from his past. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Gil Glasgow, Matt Johnson, James Napoli, Jeff Hohimer, Todd Sherry, Theresa Arrison, Mark Daniel Cade, Victoria Wright, Joanna Rubiner, Joan Kessler. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Gil Glasgow.


“Chuck The Spy: Chuck Meets Dracula” (comedy) – Everyone’s favorite comical spy battles the infamous Dracula to rescue a hottie female agent. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Matt Johnson and James Napoli. Starring Jeff Hohimer, Joan Kessler, James Napoli, Rob Izenberg, Todd Sherry, Joanna Rubiner, Mark Daniel Cade, Theresa Arrison, Matt Johnson, Traci Crouch. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Rob Izenberg.


“Canvas” (western) – A killer is on the loose in an Old West town and all eyes turn towards a newly-arrived artist and his mysterious paintings. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Jay Underwood, Todd Sherry, Gil Glasgow, Joanna Rubiner, Mark Daniel Cade, James Napoli, Matt Johnson, Jeff Hohimer. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and James Napoli.


“iRon” (chiller) – An ambitious businessman turns into a deadly mogul after a deal with a mysterious stranger. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Zeke K. Starring Gil Glasgow, Matt Johnson, Theresa Arrison, James Napoli, Victoria Wright, Todd Sherry, Joan Kessler, Mark Daniel Cade, Jeff Hohimer. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Gil Glasgow.


“Everything” (drama) – A poignant drama about a young woman struggling to understand the horrors of the world. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Theresa Arrison, James Napoli, Victoria Wright, Mark Daniel Cade, Gil Glasgow, Susan Hendershot, Matt Johnson, Joan Kessler, Todd Sherry, Traci Crouch, Jeff Hohimer. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Warren Harkins.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and James Napoli.


“The Thing On The Fourble Board” (classic horror) – An oil worker unearths a deadly and terrifying creature in this re-creation of the legendary “Quiet Please” broadcast from 1948. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Wyllis Cooper. Starring Gil Glasgow, Matt Johnson, James Napoli, Todd Sherry, Jeff Hohimer. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Biz Urban.


“Lines In The Sand” (war/thriller) – During a blustery war speech the President Of The United States is supernaturally transported into the heart of combat. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by James Napoli. Starring Gil Glasgow, Theresa Arrison, Mark Daniel Cade, Matt Johnson, James Napoli, Victoria Wright. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Gil Glasgow.


“5’10” Split” (noir) – A lonely housewife meets a beguiling female lounge singer and soon gets swept up in a plot of love, betrayal and murder. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Zeke K. Starring Susan Hendershot, Theresa Arrison, Mark Daniel Cade, Jeff Hohimer, Traci Crouch, Joanna Rubiner, James Napoli. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Eric Lalicata.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and James Napoli.


“The Weatherman” (thriller) – A woman begins to suspect her mysterious new co-worker can control the weather with his mind. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Theresa Arrison, Gil Glasgow, Licia Shearer, Dick Schroder, James Napoli, Victoria Wright, Matt Johnson, Jeff Hohimer. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Dick Schroder.


“Conversations In Cars: A Rose By Any Other Name” (drama) – Two brothers travel home on Mother’s Day and discover truths deep within. Directed by Matt Johnson. Written by Joan Kessler. Starring Jeff Hohimer, Mark Daniel Cade. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson.


“Smart House” (thriller) – A lonely and troubled man develops a deadly obsession with the high-tech electronic unit running his home. Written and Directed by Matt Johnson. Starring Gil Glasgow, Mary Ellen Osborne, Biz Urban, Victoria Wright, Cindy Loeb, Mark Daniel Cade, Jeff Hohimer, Matt Johnson. Music by Rob Izenberg. Sound by Dick Schroder.

Special Introduction by Matt Johnson and Gil Glasgow