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The storm is over, and Jessi and Wallace are in for a rough landing…more than one. Dorothy’s fallen house above and a glass kingdom below, the pair discover that they’re not in Kansas anymore.
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Hit the Bricks Remastered Episode 1×2: Welcome to Oz! Credits:
This episode stars
Michelle Agresti
PJ Scott-Blankenship
Lee Davis Thalbourne
Charlotte Dow
Arthur Maurici
Danielle Shemaiah
Briggon Snow.
Lauren Shippen
Megan Scharlau
Q Dyer
And Dana Luery Shaw
It was written and directed by PJ Scott-Blankenship
Executive Produced and Sound Designed by Chad Ellis
Music by Kathryn Hoss, AP Harbor, Jeff Ball and Jordan Bush
Recording Engineering by Andy Rumschlag, Mischa Stanton and Chad Ellis
Story Editing by TH Ponders
Transcripts by Erin M Speckley
Art by Chandler Candela
Audio Consulting and Clean Up by Sage GC and Travis Reaves
Special thanks to Davis Walden, Anarchy Post and The Whisperforge.

This episode features a preview of Sidequesting, a fantasy audio drama where apple picking beats dragon slaying, Princesses need saving from Princes and there is always time to smell the flowers. Learn more at https://sidequestingpod.com/

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