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Where the Stars Fell

Dr. Edison Tucker is having a very weird life. Not being able to die tends to color things that way. Lucille Kensington is the literary scene’s biggest enigma. That’s just the way she likes it. When the pair find themselves sharing a cabin in the strangest town in America— Jerusalem, OR— they’re prepared for a housemate situation from hell. What they’re not expecting is tidings of a stranger sort: Ed is the antichrist, Lucy her guardian angel, and if they can’t find a way to work together soon, the rapture is set to take first the town, then the world… but neither of them know that yet. Welcome to Jerusalem, OR, where what doesn’t kill you is just another mystery.

  • Newton Schottelkotte
  • Newton Schottelkotte
  • Lucy Brown
  • Newton Schottelkotte
  • Newton Schottelkotte
    Key Cast
    "Dr. Edison Tucker"
  • Madelyn Harvieux
    Key Cast
    "Lucille Kensington"
  • Kiera Gill
    Key Cast
  • Kyle Street
    Key Cast
  • Sahar Iman
    Key Cast
    "Sufi Shirvan"
  • Max Fleischhacker
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
  • Genres:
    Audio Drama, Fiction Podcast, Fantasy, Supernatural, Mystery, Drama
  • Runtime:
    14 minutes 46 seconds
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • Audio Verse Awards
    April 29, 2022
    Best Cover Art in a New Production
Director Biography - Newton Schottelkotte

"Newton “Newt” Schottelkotte (they/them) is a producer, sound designer, composer, and all-around podcasting person and Appalachian expat currently residing in Chicago. In addition to working as the Director of Marketing for the Fable and Folly Network, they produce podcasts, including Where the Stars Fell, Mini Marconis, and Inkwyrm, as the head of Caldera Studios, and can be found sharing their skills and love for audio storytelling throughout the audio drama community. Newt enjoys getting outdoors, knowing way too much about the history of country music, and attempting to be funny on Twitter.

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Director Statement

Where the Stars Fell is made possible by a diverse team of young creators that are passionate about ensuring our fresh and underrepresented voices are heard in this industry. Identity and disability are core themes of the show, and we've been delighted and touched to hear how so many of our listeners can, ironically, see themselves and their experiences in the characters. Especially now, after the last three years have shone a bright light on how often people with disabilities go overlooked in society, we find it imperative to tell this story authentically and with heart. From the way our soundtrack reflects the sounds of the Appalachian region where the show is produced, to the representation of LGBTQ+ and Jewish individuals, people with disabilities, and POC in the show and the cast and crew, to our commitment to accessibility for all listeners through initiatives such as making all of our episodes available with transcripts in OpenDyslexic, we are dedicated to ensuring that everyone feels welcome in Jerusalem, OR.