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Broadcasting from the fictional Arden County, The Horned Moon Presents brings you radio serials of Shakespeare’s canon, arts news, interviews with local actors, all hosted by Arden county radio favorites Waddle & Daub

May 19, 2021

If Literature be the Food of … Murder!

The Smythes sit in on Waddle's chair and join Daub in a dramatic reading of Brawn Talbot's Tine of Death: 6:33: After the Cheese Plate, There Will Be Blood.

April 1, 2021

What April Fools These Mortals Be

KROC hosts Mason and the Zoo take over the Horned Moon on April Fools Day

March 24, 2021

Stop Gherkin my Heart

In the season 2 finale, Waddle and Daub discuss what's coming next with artistic liaison, Mason Burch, and the brothers have some words.

In Much Ado, was it really all about nothing?

In the interview, ART newcomer Phoebe Gherkin talks being new to Arden County, the cub beat, and makes a surprising revelation.

This episode is brought to you by the Law Offices of Starveling, Snug, and Snout.

March 17, 2021

Witch be Lucretia

Waddle and Daub give you the latest on the Primrose path and wade into the Honey Wars.

In Much Ado, plans come to light.

In the interview, Lucretia talks with us about the power of names, the Primrose path, and continues the ongoing conversation about Mason's leadership.

This episode is brought to you by Valmont Hives and their new collaboration with Cressida Vineyards

March 10, 2021

Claude I Loved

Waddle and Daub discuss the finalist directors and plays for ART's next production.

In MUCH ADO, the wedding goes according to plan... Don John's plan.

And in the interview, Daub talks to Claude Purkowski and Waddle about their starring roles, what it's like to work together in a new capacity, and the various goings on around county.

This episode is brought to you by Neptune's Honey Meaditation Retreat.

March 3, 2021

Tiddle Bits

Waddle and Daub discuss Claude's newest project, curling toes with joy, and Wink Tiddle's recent arrest.

In Much Ado, the Watch are on the case!

For the interview, Wink puts pressure on Daub to take it easier on Mason and sheds some light on his arrest.

This episode is brought to you by The Devil's Charter: The Truth is out there, and we're reporting on it.

February 24, 2021

Every Man’s Cabbage

Waddle and Daub discuss upcoming director applications and the new newspaper in Arden County.

In Much Ado, it's Hero's turn to trick Beatrice, and a scheme by Don John picks up steam.

In the interview, Viola Cabbage discusses her upcoming wedding and what is a character, anyway?

This episode is brought to you by Rosie's new project: Blue Roses, written by Celia Tiddle in collaboration with Tennessee Williams.

February 17, 2021

Pleasure in the Mott

Waddle and Daub go through the arts calendar, including some exciting announcements. In Dogs of War, we debate whether Mason should be directing himself. And in the interview, more discussion of the Burch brothers and all you'd ever want to know about the upcoming Cabbage-Mott wedding.

In Much Ado, Don Pedro's plan goes into action while Don John hatches a new one.

This episode is brought to you by Valmont Hives: Honey with Elegance

February 10, 2021

I Would You Did Like Pete Neptune

Waddle and Daub talk Valentine's Day plans, miniature ice hockey, and Waddle's directing ambitions before Part 2 of Much Ado. Then, in the interview, Pete Neptune on bees, music, and why there isn't a vulture problem in Rome. 

February 3, 2021

Angus of Joy

The long-awaited part 1 of Much Ado about Nothing! Plus Waddle and Daub discuss Mason's leadership, the Church of the Old Man Talbot revival, and more with guest Angus Moble!