An original dramatic presentation, cowritten by William Gibson, national best-selling author of Neuromancer and other classics, and Michael St. John Smith.
The year is 2016. Not our 2016. Theirs. Earth is dying, the result of a worldwide nuclear holocaust caused by America's dictatorial President-for-Life Lewis Henderson, a man who will use any means necessary to maintain power and survive.
Enter: The Splitter. A machine capable of splitting off an exact replica of Henderson's world. A world where the cataclysmic events causing its destruction have yet to occur.
That world is ours.
In August of 1945, our postwar Europe becomes the battleground for Henderson's operatives - led by his sociopathic son - as they engineer a complete redo of their history. By changing ours. Their mission is to take over our world and rule it absolutely - again.
The only obstacles in their way are a disabled rebel colonel in an underground bunker; a Marine pilot who pursues Henderson's men across time; and a British secret weapons analyst who must accept that the impossible is, in fact, possible.
And that the fate of two worlds hangs in the balance.
The cast of Archangel includes:
- Neil Hellegers as PROF. JACK DAVIS
- Inés del Castillo as MAJ. GUADALUPE “LUPE” TORRES
- Mark Boyett as VP JUNIOR HENDERSON/ALOYSIUS HENDERSON
- Eric Yves Garcia as PILOT
- Liz Jasicki as LT. NAOMI GIVENS
- Josh Hurley as FRITZ
- Jonathan Todd Ross as CAPT. VINCE MATTHEWS
- Scott Aiello as PRES. LEWIS HENDERSON
- Graeme Malcolm as AIR COMMODORE GORDON TULLY
- Gabe Vaughan as MR. BABY
- Victor Bevine as COL. YERMAKOV
About the authors
William Gibson’s first novel, Neuromancer, won the Hugo Award, the Nebula Award, and the Philip K. Dick Award. He is also the New York Times bestselling author of Count Zero, Burning Chrome, Mona Lisa Overdrive, Virtual Light, Idoru, All Tomorrow’s Parties, Pattern Recognition, Spook Country, Zero History, Distrust That Particular Flavor, and The Peripheral. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, with his wife.
For over thirty years, Victor Bevine has worked as an actor, screenwriter, audio book narrator, director, and more. A graduate of Yale University, his acting credits include many prestigious roles onstage as well as roles in the film version of A Separate Peace and countless television shows. He has read over one hundred and eighty titles as an audiobook narrator; in 2010, he received an Audiophone Award for his narration of the Pulitzer Prize–winning book The Beak of the Finch. He has written several screenplays, including Certainty, which was chosen for two prestigious writers’ conferences and which served as the basis for his first novel. His thirty-minute short film Desert Cross, which he wrote and directed, won accolades at the Athens International Film Festival. Currently, he serves as CEO of the World Freerunning Parkour Federation (WFPF), of which he is co-founder. He resides in New York City.
Malcolm Graeme has appeared on and off Broadway in "Aida, The King and I, " Lincoln Center's "Hapgood, " and "M. Butterfly" (National Tour). His television appearances include "Law & Order, Follow the River, " and "Mr. Halpern and Mr. Johnson" (with Laurence Olivier). Film credits include "A Further Gesture, The Adventures of Sebastian Cole, " and "Reunion."
Scott Aiello has narrated over a dozen audiobooks and is a 2013 Audie Award finalist for his nonfiction narration of Sex and God at Yale by author Nathan Harden. He is a graduate of the Juilliard School drama division and has since performed and directed various New York plays and has been seen on television shows such as Person of Interest and Elementary. Before Juilliard, he was a regular in the Chicago theater circuit.