Learn some more about the people behind the productions. After all, without much talent, luck, and dedication, none of the stories would be here for you to hear.
Want to take part in our productions? We’d love to have you!
NOW CASTING: We are looking for lots of talent to help with our upcoming production, The Cleansed: Season 1. There are 30 named voice roles and plenty of extras and crowd scenes, so many are welcome! Especially children, minorities and women.
What’s in it for me?
You will get fed, you will make friends, you will be challenged and treated well. You will expected to show up, take direction, and put your heart into the work.
We’re always looking for:
- SFX Wizards
- People to Schlep Stuff
Thanks for your interest!
FinalRune is generally not interested in unsolicited scripts. We’ve got too many projects and too little time already!
FinalRune – Mystery and Meaning
Breakthrough – Transformation – Day: Dagaz
Here is the final Rune belonging to the Cycle of Initiation. Drawing Dagaz often signals a major shift or breakthrough in the process of self-change, a complete transformation in attitude, a 180-degree turn. For some, the transition is so radical that they are no longer able to live the ordinary life in the ordinary way.
The Book of Runes by Ralph H. Blum
I stumbled across this bit of text years after I’d been using the moniker “Final Rune.” It was a completely random set of words to choose, originally, but the phrase seemed to fit, was easily memorable, and no one else on the Internet was using it.
The more I’ve learned about runes and particularly Dagaz, the more the symbol fits with my ambitions as an individual artist and as part in creating an entity that will hopefully transcend me. Long before I thought about using radio drama as the means of my art, I was committed to stories that dashed off the beaten path of literature, flirted with the boundaries of genre and twisted the naive heads off the rules while they weren’t looking. I enjoy fiction that is surreal, even psychedelic, yet rooted in mysticism, mythology, and folklore. “Final Rune” embodies a boundary between the physical realm and the mystical one, between history and future, between something ancient and the thoroughly modern. I attempt to create stories that dance this fine line.
Though I hope my work is not as misunderstood or lost in the annals of time as the true runes, I do reverently respect their mystery and hope that at times I can reach in that next realm to steal a nugget of wisdom. It is a risky dance, with cliche on one precipice and obscurity on the other, but conjuring one sublime moment to one person along the way would be more repayment than I might ever ask. In the meantime, I hope to entertain in the best way I can.