Aimee loses her job, continues to wade thru her grandma's records, and visits Dr. Ray Ignite again. This is the second to last episode in Season One!
Microwaves, family secrets, and the Potential of a Pancake converge in this zany dark comedy about a middle-aged woman reckoning with her power for the first time.
*Content Warning: Jesus Pancake is rated R for content. Episodes contain explicit language, lust and sexual situations, death, dysfunctional conversations, physical and mental illness, drinking, and generational trauma.*
Episode 8 features the acting talents of Tamara Kissane as Aimee Murphy, Lormarev Jones as Jem, Julie Oliver as Maureen Murphy, John Jimerson as Dr. Ray Ignite, Kyma Lassiter as Tina LeShay, Susannah Hough as Ms. Pim, Ben Apple as Teddy, and Michael Foley as Doctor Kowalcek.
Jesus Pancake is a production of Artist Soapbox and Soapbox Audio Collective with support from the Manbites Dog Theater Fund and Trailblazer Studios, and contributions from our IndieGoGo Campaign and Patreon.
Jesus Pancake was written by Tamara Kissane, Juliana Finch, Katy Koop, and Mara Thomas, and directed by Aurelia Belfield.
Big thanks to the incredible team who made this audio production possible:
Executive Producers: Aurelia Belfield and Tamara Kissane
Sound design and editing by Aaron Fyler
Jesus Pancake Music composed and performed by Pennee Miles
Tina LeShay’s Songs composed by Edith Snow and sung by Kyma Lassiter
The audio was recorded at Trailblazer Studios by our audio engineers Sam Elia and Aaron Fyler, and production manager Barbette Hunter with additional support from production assistant Kyma Lassiter. Additional post-production support from Rachel Klem.