Terry Vandivort has been a professional actor for over forty years,   having appeared in over a hundred productions at theaters such as the  Dallas Theater Center, Shakespeare Dallas and the Dallas Children's  Theater.  Following open-heart surgery in 2013, he began to write a memoir about the haunting memories of a violent assault he endured in his youth. Initially titled "Hours of the Moon" - with collaborator Cameron Cobb - this story became the one-man play "The Incident" which opened to unanimous critical acclaim on October 10, 2016, produced by The Drama Club.  From there, he has continued to grow this material into its current form based on court reports, news archives, and good old-fashioned journalism.                                                             - For Jerry



Cameron is a writer and director from Dallas, TX. He has worked commercially on both sides of the camera for the past 25 years in  Dallas and New York.  He developed the stage play upon which this podcast is based with Terry Vandivort from its original manuscript - directing the theatrical adaptation at The Drama Club in 2016.  His original musical "POMPEII!!" (with Michael Federico and Max Hartman) was the recipient of the inaugural Dramatists' Guild Foundation Writer's Alliance Grant and the NEA's Arts Works Award for 2018 for its sold-out world premiere run at Dallas' Kitchen Dog Theater - which also presented the first reading of "The Incident" as part of its annual New Works Festival in 2015. He has since adapted the content into an original screenplay.






John M. Flores and Jim Kuenzer are experimental composer/musicians/sound designers who popularly create, innovate and oscillate under the moniker Jim/John Make Noise. They first lent their noise making talents in the DFW Metroplex with their live score to the Drama Club's "Wild, Wicked, Wyrd," and have since (either individually or collectively)  had their sound designing, music playing, noise making wares featured in shows like Fade, Gloria, Real Women Have Curves (Dallas Theater Center) Wolf At The Door, Pompeii!! (Kitchen Dog Theater), Guadalupe in the Guest Room (Water Tower Theater), Drunk Enough to Say I Love You/Here We Go, Revolt She Said. Revolt Again. (Second Thought Theatre), Native Gardens (Trinity Rep Theater Co., Providence, RI) as well as the theme and incidental music for the horror film podcast, "Terror and Tacos," www.terrorandtacos.com and the soundtrack to Telefoto (Directed by Richard Bailey, Tropic Films).  

Catch the noise at www.soundcloud.com/jimjohnmakenoise