Steampunk and Robot Anthology: Theatre, Music, Illustrations

Posted on September 24, 2010

Here, for your enjoyment, are 17 plays, 8 original songs, and 8 illustrations published under a Creative Commons “Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike” license. Also, come see the companion stage show: An Evening of Steampunk and Robot Theatre! Now playing at The Players’ Ring Theater.

THEATRE: (click below to download a zip file)

17 original steampunk and robot plays by Jessa Rowan, Jacquelyn Benson, Phil Kliger, E. Christopher Clark, Jon Frazier, John Herman, Margaret McAleese, David Mariello, R. Tompkins and Brandon “Our Hero” (sic) Gretter, Judi Currie, Bob Holt, Brian Spielvogel, Sean Myers, Leslie Poston, The Attic Bits, Chuck Galle, and Chris Bujold.

MUSIC: (click a song title to listen)

“Balloon Knot” by Jon Briggs – inspired by “Fabrication” by Bob Holt

“Camping” by Natasha Duchene – inspired by “Camping” by Judi Currie

“I’m Too Much” by Joseph K Murphy and Matt Babcock – inspired by the play “Progress” by Sean Myers

“Of Thee I Sing” by Sean Hurley – inspired by “The Smokers” by Leslie Poston, adapted by E. Christopher Clark and Leslie Poston

“Robot” by Brian Spielvogel – inspired by Untitled #1 by The Attic Bits

“Staring into the Abyss (With Apologies to Dr Nietzsche, Einstein and Chuck Gale)” by robotmonkeyarm – inspired by “With Apologies to Dr Nietzsche” by Chuck Galle

“Wings of Brass” by The Attic Bits – inspired by Oly 33 Motive by Brian Spielvogel

“Zyl” by Phil Kliger – inspired by “Zylphia” by Chris Bujold

ILLUSTRATIONS: (click an image to enlarge)

Art by Matt Talbot - inspired by "Zylphia" by Chris Bujold

Art by Matt Talbot - inspired by "Zylphia" by Chris Bujold

Art by Stephen Bobbett - inspired by "Camping" by Judie Currie

Art by Stephen Bobbett - inspired by "Camping" by Judie Currie

Art by David Chevalier - inspired by "Untitled #1" by The Attic Bits

Art by David Chevalier - inspired by "Untitled #1" by The Attic Bits

Art by Jeremy Couturier - inspired by "The Smokers" by Leslie Poston, adapted by E. Christopher Clark and Leslie Poston

Art by Jeremy Couturier - inspired by "The Smokers" by Leslie Poston, adapted by E. Christopher Clark and Leslie Poston

Art by David Chevalier - inspired by "Progress" by Sean Myers

Art by David Chevalier - inspired by "Progress" by Sean Myers

Art by Matt Talbot - inspired by "With Apologies to Doktor Nietzsche" by Chuck Galle

Art by Matt Talbot - inspired by "With Apologies to Doktor Nietzsche" by Chuck Galle

Art by Stephen Bobbett - inspired by "Fabrication" by Bob Holt

Art by Stephen Bobbett - inspired by "Fabrication" by Bob Holt

Art by Jeremy Couturier - inspired by "Oly 33 Motive" by Brian Spielvogel

Art by Jeremy Couturier - inspired by "Oly 33 Motive" by Brian Spielvogel

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6 Responses to “Steampunk and Robot Anthology: Theatre, Music, Illustrations”

  1. Buj on September 25th, 2010 5:14 am

    FANTASTIC.

  2. The Smokers Spawns A Short Story And A Play | Smoke Rings, Coffee Stains on September 25th, 2010 12:05 pm

    […] go grab the whole anthology and give them all a read, a look and a listen by visiting the official Steampunk Robot Theater page on John Herman‘s blog (where you can also find out about the charities they benefit, etc, and – if you […]

  3. Leslie Poston on September 25th, 2010 12:10 pm

    Love it! Wrote about it here also http://smokeringsandcoffeestains.com/?p=1003

  4. Spiel on September 28th, 2010 10:11 am

    Awesome Work. Love the Music and the Art! Magnificent Job Mr. Herman

  5. John Herman’s Steampunk and Robot Theater! « Joseph K Murphy – Composition, Performance, Production on October 1st, 2010 7:17 am

    […] 0 With the help of local play writes, directors, artists and musicians John Herman has put together an Steampunk and Robot Experience, currently taking place at The Player’s Ring in Portsmouth. I wrote and recorded a musical piece based on a play (“Progress” by Sean Myers) that is available for listen and download on John Herman’s website —>HERE<— […]

  6. E. Christopher Clark on October 23rd, 2010 6:18 am

    We used a slightly updated script for the production of WAR IS COMING that ran as part of the Evening of Steampunk and Robot Theater. I’m releasing it under a CC license as well Here it is.

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