How far would you go to be beautiful?

A pop audio drama based on the 1959 cult classic film by Roger Corman. 

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An extraordinary adaptation of the original film. The voices and sound design create a perfect way to inspire images in one’s head of all that is going on. Really quite fantastic. 

- Richard Taylor, Weta Workshop

The standout performance is from Tara Langella, who finds that balance of melodramatic camp and horror/suspense acting found in films like Alfred Hitchcock’s “Psycho.” The acting is great and reminiscent of those cheesy movies spoofed by Mystery Science Theater 3000.

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"The Wasp Woman" pushes all the buttons in the very first minutes.

- Naples Daily News 

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The Wasp Woman is a campy audio adaptation of the 1959 B-movie of the same name directed by Roger Corman. 


This 35-minute satirical audio drama is a cautionary tale of a corporate cosmetics queen, Janice Starlin, who will do whatever it takes to stay youthful and relevant – no matter how horrific the costs.


Produced by The Voiceover Repertory Company (VORep), new creators of pop audio drama.  We create original as well as classic material, adding our own irreverent spin.  Learn more at VORep.net.

The Wasp Woman

Written by Steve Weintz

Featuring the voices of Tara Langella, Ken Foster, Steve Weintz, Daniel Azarian, and Susan L. Parker

Audio Production by Michael Kinsey
 

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