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Edward Einhorn
The Iron Heel
A three-part audio drama podcast, adapted from the 1908 dystopian novel by Jack London, which he described as “socialist propaganda.” Set in a world in which the oligarchs form a fascist regime in America, told from the perspective of two young socialist lovers, Ernest and Avis Everhard. Anotonia Meredith, a historian from a utopia in the far future, provides dubious historical context. A mixture of romance, rhetoric, and revolution, accompanied by the folk music of the IWW Songbook. Written/directed by Edward Einhorn and produced by Untitled Theater Company No. 61. The Iron Heel...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 15 ratings
Fantastic!
What a wonderful adaptation of Jack London's work! Stellar cast! Highly recommend!Read full review »
Madkingbob via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/09/21
Excellently fun
Storytelling with a rich aural landscape
JSM100000001 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/07/21
Absolutely Worth Your Time
My wife and I saw this live and she was still singing the songs weeks later. It's excellent luck for us that it now appears in podcast form. It's an incredible take on Jack London's great work, done with real verve and creativity. It's a great way to enjoy musical theater while we...Read full review »
IgnoraneIsStrength via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/07/21
Recent Episodes
Part Two of our adaptation of Jack London's dystopian novel, the first modern book of that genre, written as a socialist propaganda piece in 1908.  Jack London envisions a world in his near future in which the oligarchs form a fascist regime in America, told from the perspective of two young...
Published 04/30/21
Part Two of our adaptation of Jack London's dystopian novel, the first modern book of that genre, written as a socialist propaganda piece in 1908.  Jack London envisions a world in his near future in which the oligarchs form a fascist regime in America, told from the perspective of two young...
Published 04/30/21
Part One of our adaptation of Jack London's dystopian novel, the first modern book of that genre, written as a socialist propaganda piece in 1908.  Jack London envisions a world in his near future in which the oligarchs form a fascist regime in America, told from the perspective of Avis &...
Published 04/30/21
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