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[DRE] ROTC - A Santicon Carol - Re-Release!!
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ROTC: A Santicon Carol - Re-Release!!

Dream Realm Enterprises is proud to (AGAIN!) present the Robotz of the Company Players presentation of a holiday classic - A Santicon Carol. A familiar story retold for a future generation! It has action, adventure, intrigue and romance!

Yes, it's a new year, and a new beginning for DRE, and we are celebrating the launch of our new website with one of our most classic holiday specials from years gone past! We hope you again enjoy our re-telling of Charles Dickens' classic holiday tale "A Christmas Carol" as only the Botz from the Titan 1 can tell it!

Starring: Jonithan Patrick Russell (Scrooge/Tiny Tim), Kyle Borcz (Bob Crachit), Sally Wiget (Belle), Shane Harris (Fred & the Headless Horseman), Joe Thomas (Marley), Jim Barbour (1st Gentleman & Ghost-bot of Santicon Yet To Come), Elie Hirschman (2nd Gentleman), Dani Cutler (Ghost-bot of Santicon Past), Jeff Niles (Fezzywig & Ghost-bot of Santicon Present/Dr Filbot)), Captain John Tadrzak (Big Dick Wilkins), Steve Anderson (the Narrator), and Kae Woo (Mrs. Cratchit)!

Featuring holiday music as performed by Kevin MacCleod! And featuring newly recorded end credits by none other than the Credator himself!

This re-released holiday special is available right now FREE to download at dreamrealmsite.com! So, go to the website, or follow the link below (or copy and paste into your browser) to download it right now for FREE!

The direct download to Robotz of the Company - A Santicon Carol:


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It is that festive time of year again, and normally we'd have a brand new holiday special for you from the Botz of ROTC! Sadly, this year has not be one of our better ones at DRE, and we have not had a chance to produce a new special for 2010. So, we decided to dust off one of our old favorites in the form of "A Santicon Carol"! We know it's one of your favorites, too! So, we hope you enjoy hearing it again.

Somehow, the holiday season would not be the same without it, so we made an extra effort to get it ready for re-release in time for Christmas! Just for all of YOU, our faithful listeners.

Rest assured, next year we will be back with all new audio misadventures with that crazy robotic crew, the Robotz of the Company. Expect new announcements in the weeks and months ahead about our entire 2011 lineup of shows! Until then, please enjoy the holidays! Be safe and happy! And most of all...

Be sure to... stay tuned!

Jonithan Patrick Russell, CEO/Executive Producer Dream Realm Enterprises

http://dreamrealmsite.com/ - Official Home of the Robotz of the Company! Celebrating 10 years!!
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