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It's DRE's Official Talk Show! DBB or Dark Building Backstage! Join your host Jonithan Patrick Russell as he keeps you up-to-date on all the things going on behind the scene here at DRE!

Join us as we talk regularly about everything going on behind the scenes of Dream Realm Enterprises, discussing audio related topics such as motivations for characters, the development of shows and scripts, and other newsworthy stuff!



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DBB #78 (Released: 19th November, 2019)  

Rated U - for Universal Audiences!

In this episode of DBB your host Jon Russell talks about upcoming shows, as well as discussing the latest Robotz of the Company episode "The Galactic Inspector" in detail. Spoilers ahead! You have been warned!

(Duration: 22:25 Aprx.)


DBB #77 (Released: 2nd November, 2019)  

Rated U - for Universal Audiences!

This special presentation of DBB is a tribute to our dear friend Viktor Aurelius, who we lost this past week. Your Host Jon Russell will speak about Viktor (who played Crusher in Robotz of the Company and Rast in Magic, Monsters & Mayhem), and then a few of his friends will also speak, featuring Rachel Rumler, Maria Mazur and Jeff Niles.

(Duration: 20:30 Aprx.)










DBB #76 (Released: 19th October, 2019)  

Rated U - for Universal Audiences!

Your host Jon Russell is back to update you on the latest news from behind the scenes at Dream Realm Enterprises, talking about finishing up the post work on Showcase "The Dickens Effect", and what's ahead after that! Plus, a brief update on his health.

(Duration: 13:00 Aprx.)


DBB #75 (Released: 6th October, 2019)  

Rated U - for Universal Audiences!

After a long break your host Jon Russell returns to explain the reasons for the long delay, as he gets personal about his medical situation. Plus, he lays out the plan for DRE's releases for the rest of 2019.

(Duration: 35:55 Aprx.)


DBB #74 (Released: 10th September, 2019)  

Rated U - for Universal Audiences!

Jon is back from his vacation to quickly update us on what we can expect coming up this fall and wintrer from Dream Realm Enterprises!

(Duration: 11:10 Aprx.)


DBB #73 (Released: 25th August, 2019)  

Rated U - for Universal Audiences!

Jon is back to talk about what's happening behind the scenes on various shows we're working on, and about this week's release schedule.

(Duration: 9:40 Aprx.)


DBB #72 (Released: 20th August, 2019)  

Rated U - for Universal Audiences!

Jon is back to talk about what's happening behind the scenes on the 11th Season of Robotz of the Company, which is coming your way soon. Plus, he discusses our new short comedy sketch show Roast Squib, and reveals how YOU can submit an idea for a sketch on that show, and then gets into talking a bit about the upcoming 5th Season of Showcase! All this and more on this episode of DBB!

(Duration: 17:35 Aprx.)


DBB #71 (Released: 13th August, 2019)  

Rated U - for Universal Audiences!

Jon is back to tell us about upcoming productions, and to talk a bit about Magic, Monsters & Mayhem.

(Duration: 15:30 Aprx.)


DBB #70 (Released: 23rd July, 2019)  

Rated U - for Universal Audiences!

Jon is back to tell us about recent events, about some ideas being tossed around, and to promote our friends.

(Duration: 25:30 Aprx.)


Show Notes: Please be sure to check out Emperor Pigs! Follow the links provided below...

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DBB #69 (Released: 15th July, 2019)  

Rated U - for Universal Audiences!

Jon is back with a short DBB to update us on some things going on behind the scenes of DRE, and explains the delay of the latest Magical Worlds Podcast.

(Duration: 09:50 Aprx.)


DBB #68 (Released: 17th June, 2019)  

Rated U - for Universal Audiences!

This time Jon is here to talk about all the things happening with our various productions, including a discussion about the making of the Showcase episode called "Sole Survivors" (SPOILER WARNING!!!), as well as talking about the preparations for Book 3 of MMM set to launch in about a week after this episode goes out. Plus, he talks about some new exclusive merchandise found at our store with a special offer, future giveaways, and so much more!

(Duration: 33:00 Aprx.)


DBB #67 (Released: 7th June, 2019)  

Rated U - for Universal Audiences!

Jon is back with us after a major computer crash to update us on that situation, as well as tell us about the shows that are still very much in production and coming our way soon! He talks about Robotz of the Company, Magic, Monsters & Mayhem, and an upcoming episode of Showcase called "Sole Survivors", as well as presenting an exclusive clip to give us a sneak peek at that story! All that and more is discussed in this episode of DBB!

(Duration: 16:35 Aprx.)


DBB #66 (Released: 28th May, 2019)  

Rated U - for Universal Audiences!

Jon is back with us to update us on all the things currently going on behind the scenes, including some casting info and so on!

(Duration: 17:50 Aprx.)


DBB #65 (Released: 15th May, 2019)  

Rated U - for Universal Audiences!

Jon is back with us to discuss the recently released Showcase episode titled "Circle the Drain" to fill us in on the storied history of this episode and what it took to get it produced, and why there was such a long delay between recording the episode and finally bringing it out. Plus, we're updated on other things happening behind the scenes, and Jon even talks about the release date for Magic, Monsters & Mayhem - Book 3!

(Duration: 29:40 Aprx.)



Older episodes...


DBB 2018 Holiday Special (Released: 17th December, 2018)  

Rated U - for Universal Audiences!

It's the DBB Holiday Special for 2018! Jon talks about the recent release of Robotz of the Company #90 "The Santicon Day Heist" and some of his plans for 2019! Plus, we celebrate the festive season!

(Duration: 27:23 Aprx.)



Meet Your Host:

Jonithan Patrick Russell


Jonithan Patrick Russell (or simply "Jon" to his friends) was born in the Mountain State, otherwise known as West Virginia. Growing up, Jon had a couple of teachers who encouraged him to read and write creatively, which ultimately lead to his love of, and desire to be a writer of fiction (particularly science fiction and fantasy).

Influenced by the works of JRR Tolkien and Douglas Adams, and inspired by such classic television and film series as Doctor Who and Star Wars respectively, Jon and a small group of childhood friends grew up making audio recordings, and later home movies featuring original characters and stories of their own.

Having been educated via the Long Ridge Writer's Group and the NRI School of Photography, Jon had a passion for film making and radio production. Thus were his ambitions. However, family commitments kept Jon from moving away from his home state in pursuit of his lofty dreams, where he continued to dabble in the creative arts at home in his free time, eventually forming his own audio production group known as Dream Realm Enterprises in the year 2003.

Since then, Dream Realm Enterprises (or simply "Dream Realm" or "DRE" for short) have produced some of the best audio dramas and comedies on the web, being nominated for several awards along the way, and winning two AVA Awards in 2013 for two separate episodes of the anthology series Showcase, and then recently in 2018 having won the Parsec Award for Best Speculative Fiction Comedy/Parody Podcast for Robotz of the Company!

DRE utilizes voice talent from around the globe, and a talented (if small) regular group of actors, editors, and writers. Their greatest success possibly being their Parsec Award Winning (as mentioned above) flagship sci-fi/comedy series Robotz of the Company created by Jon, but greatly developed by a collaboration between Jon and his troupe of actors, and a very talented writer known as Vince Stadon.

Jon continues to develop new shows, tell stories, and create interesting and compelling characters in his continued efforts with Dream Realm Enterprises, and hopes to continue doing so for many years to come.





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