Episode 7 "Massacre"

Photo courtesy of Joseph Anson

This episode was written and produced by Danielle Monroe. Special thanks to Linoy Alexander, Tina Abramson, Lilly Kutty Mathew and K.V. Alexander for logistical support.

  • Episode art courtesy of Joseph Anson

This episode features the voice talents of:

  • Narrator — Tamar Avishai
  • Neko — Danielle Monroe
  • Hannah — Elise Roth
  • Charles — Michael Cole
  • Leonard Ashmir & Rick — Linoy Alexander
Tamar Avishai
Tamar Avishai @thelonelypalette
Tamar is a freelance radio producer and a proud multi-decade Somervillan despite her impending move to Cleveland.  She’s thrilled to be lending her voice to “Republic of Camberville,” which you can also hear on her art history podcast, “The Lonely Palette,” which has been aired on NPR, the BBC, the CBC, and was named Boston’s Best Podcast by the Improper Bostonian.  She spends her free time hanging with her husband, new baby, old cat, and picking a banjo.


Elise Roth
Elise Roth @eliserothmusic

Elise Roth, a vintage jazz vocalist, is delighted to have a chance to use her voice in a different way playing the sanctimonious (but, like, totally justified) Hannah. She’s been a part of Boston’s swing and traditional jazz scene for the past 6 years, singing with bands big and small, and leads her own 8-piece dance band, Elise Roth & Her Harvard Squares. She looks forward to doing more voiceover work in the near future. She currently splits her time between Boston and London, England, where she grew up, and uses this a justification to keep an unreasonable amount of dresses in both countries “just in case”. 

In December, you can catch Elise as her alter-ego Ginger LaMarr in the 1940s immersive show “Club Drosselmeyer”, a retelling of The Nutcracker with jazz and swing music, at the ART’s Oberon from December 8th – 13th.

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