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Audio Theatre Central is a podcast that explores family-friendly audio drama. We will follow the new releases from series such as Lamplighter Theatre, Adventures in Odyssey, Focus on the Family Radio Theatre, Heirloom Audio, Jonathan Park, and more. But will also introduce and discuss other productions that we feel would be of interest to our listeners. We also feature exclusive interviews with cast and crew members of the top radio drama productions.
 
The Arts Club Theatre Company podcast series Listen to This includes four audio plays, written by artists affiliated with the company’s Emerging Playwrights’ Unit and Silver Commissions Project. Short episodes of each play will be released weekly. Want to listen to the plays in their entirety? Each full play can be purchased individually or as part of a series at artsclub.com.
 
Private Ear Audio Theatre (PEAT) presents live performances of classic and original works of audio drama in Brooklyn, New York. These productions are recorded so listeners may view them as intended in the Theatre of the Mind, bringing the sensibilities of the Golden Age of Radio to the modern era. PEAT champions the power of the audience’s imagination.
 
We talk with theatre and dance artists, academics, critics, about ideas. We're based between Melbourne and Berlin, Zagreb and Brussels. We sometimes swear. (For more information, please visit the official website, audiostage.guerrillasemiotics.com.)
 
A daily podcast where Ryan Simmons (UCB Theatre, SB Nation) watches exactly one minute of the 3-and-a-half hour 2019 movie The Irishman and then talks about it for a few minutes, and I honestly could not tell you why. New episodes Monday-Friday. Theme song: The Irish Washerwoman by Ron McKinnon (via Creative Commons: https://soundcloud.com/ron-mckinnon/irish-washerwoman)
 
We talk with theatre and dance artists, academics, critics, about ideas. We're based between Melbourne and Berlin, Zagreb and Brussels. We sometimes swear. (For more information, please visit the official website, audiostage.guerrillasemiotics.com.)
 
Providing superior professional Audio and Voiceover services. If you’re looking for professional quality audio for your business needs, look no further than The Audio Knights Theatre! We have a wealth of voice over actors and sound engineers ready to bring your project to life! Whether you need: commercials or advertisements, narration for audiobooks or other multimedia presentations, or for someone to edit and master your existing audio, The Audio Knights Theatre will get the job done.
 
Welcome to Unbound Theatre! Here you'll find podcast and audio and projects from the Unbound Theatre company, based at Queens Park Arts Centre in Aylesbury. Our podcast currently spans poetry, sketch shows, sitcoms and panel games, with more projects lined up for the near future including exclusive audiobooks and behind-the-scenes content.
 
America’s oldest professional theatre for young audiences. Sharing behind-the-scenes tidbits and delightful insights about our productions, to help awaken a lifelong love of theater and create the next generation of arts patrons. Since our establishment in 1924, it has been TCT’s mission to entertain and engage audiences of all ages through professional theatrical productions and arts education programming. Flex your imagination and join us!
 
Since 1984, the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company has been performing, recording, and broadcasting dramatic audio -- fully dramatized, fully sound-scaped audio drama. We like to think that what we do is classic "old-time radio", as it would sound with today's technology and dramatic techniques. From our archives, we proudly present the recordings of our live performances. Also visit us at artc.org.
 
An entire multiverse of audio drama excellence awaits you! Here you'll find a portal to all the limited series, specials, and madcap programming unearthed by The Nerdy Show Network: comedy specials like the giant monster sitcom, How I Met Your Mothra, cinematic RPG Audio Dramas, and surreal excursions into the multiverse.
 
The guitar slaying musical theatre scifi film actor presents The Ruben Podcast by Enne! Thank you for staying tuned for the most intimate audio experiences of an up and coming creative. Ruben Whitter is an actor, model, and all-round creative from Nottingham, England, United Kingdom. He specialised in film, audiobooks and theatre in the scifi, fantasy, and coming of age genres. Ruben Whitter is also an avid oil painter, guitar player, and sculptor in his spare time. Thank you so much for tun ...
 
Theatre's longest running podcast is celebrating its 11th Anniversary season! Broadway Bullet features interviews with Broadway stars, and artists on the rise, from actors to designers, directors and writers. Covering theatre on Broadway, Off-Broadway, Independent theatre and more. Music from different shows and some live, exclusive performances. Its like an audio magazine with something new behind each segment.
 
A regular informative podcast about all things coronavirus hosted by Dr Hannah Harris, a GP in south London, alongside her actor daughter Tilly. They talk about both medicine and the arts, playing to both their passions, and welcome a range of guests - experts, actors, doctors, theatre-makers, and friends. As well as health advice and up-to-date accurate information, they share people's stories and experiences, always ending with some positive news. Get in touch! Email questions@coronacast.c ...
 
Visit the art galleries of Nextfest 2018 in Edmonton, ABB and get to know the Visual Artists of the Fest. Visit The Paint Spot (10032 81 Ave), Roots on Whyte (8135 102 St), The Backstage Theatre (10330 84 Ave), The Lobby of the ATB Financial Arts Barns (10330 84 Ave), the outdoors mural at The Varscona Theatre (10329 83 Ave), The Next Act (8224 104 St) and the Strathcona Library (8331 104 St.). Download all seven eps and drop by the galleries as part of Nextfest 2018!
 
The Tamika Hall Show is a business podcast for creative worshipreneurs. This show is for faith based authors, recording artists, and theatre professionals who are making noise for the Kingdom. With more than 100,000 Listeners worldwide, via iTunes, IHeartRadio, Blogtalkradio, Spreaker, and Stitcher!
 
Julia Marton-Lefèvre, environmentalist and academic, delivers the final lecture in the 2015 Our Changing World series. This lecture is also part of our Enlightenment Lecture series. In this lecture Julia Marton-Lefèvre will compare the profound changes that took place in the 18th century European Enlightenment, emphasizing reason rather than tradition, with the need for a new enlightenment to face the stark challenges posed by an unprecedented loss of biodiversity, a rapidly changing climate ...
 
In this podiobook: Dal Timgar always wanted to be a doctor. As a Garvian and the first non-human to study medicine on Hospital Earth, he must face enormous adversity from classmates, professors, and some of the highest ranking physicians on all of Earth. Will his efforts be enough to earn him the Silver Star of a Star Surgeon.Star Surgeon is the 1959 novel by Alan E. Nourse (1928-1992) and is currently in the public domain in the U.S.Read by Scott D. Farquhar of Prometheus Radio Theatre
 
Robinson Crusoe is perhaps the most famous castaway of all time. Whilst many of us have not read Defoe’s iconic book, Robinson Crusoe is a character that is familiar to us all. Aided by the hundreds of movies and theatre productions that the book spurned, Crusoe is a household name. Credited with being the first "real fiction" book, this fictional autobiography tells the tale of a young man who found himself shipwrecked on a remote island for 28 years. The story is said to be based on the dr ...
 
In this podiobook: From traditional to experimental in format, this collection of short stories includes mysteries, monologues, literary pieces and mischievous whimsy. At times humorous, at times heartbreaking, the stories aim to challenge as much as they strive to please. Strangers become intimates, intimates become strangers -- the world is turned upside down, shaken then served up with a wink. So sit back and let us take you on a journey to private places and unforgettable inside stories. ...
 
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"The Woman at Loon Point", adapted from a story by August W. Derleth and Mark Schorer "Do you dare to go down into...THE CELLAR?" Welcome to the eleventh number in our continuing horror/suspense anthology series! Our stories are either original, or inspired by, or adapted from pulp fiction and classic literature, but they're guaranteed all-new prod…
 
Three audio dramas from Benjamin Peel; in turns funny, light hearted, dark and gently satirical. The Packsaddle Librarian In depression era America, a scheme was set up to deliver books on horseback to isolated remote families of the Appalachia region. A young woman recounts her very first house call to her horse Betsy Girl. The Interrogator A seas…
 
Today is an out of the ordinary episode, but we've still got some great content for you. Austin Peachey conducted a fantastic interview with Adam Morgan, President of Majesty Music, the organization behind the long-running audio drama, Patch the Pirate. Adam shares how he first got involved with the show, some of his favorite characters, how he end…
 
Love a good mystery? Then take heart: one of the finer mysteries to cross our ears continues. In Episode 374, we shared the start of the mystery that is Dirt: An Audio Drama. It ended on a far too tantalizing note, so we had to bring you some more (mainly so we’d have an excuse to listen to more). We mentioned last time that creator Kris Kaiyala fo…
 
THE BONUS podcast, a collection of interviews with the cast and crew of Magellanica, dives a little deeper into the production process of making a staged play into an audio drama. Our first episode features director Dámaso Rodríguez and playwright E.M. Lewis. The full podcast is available for purchase at our website, https://artistsrep.org/performa…
 
In 1986, scientists and engineers from around the world converge at the South Pole Research Station to figure out, among other things, if there really is a hole in the sky. In the darkest, coldest, most dangerous place on Earth, eight imperfect souls are trapped together. Utterly isolated from the outside world for eight and a half months, this res…
 
Night Passing by Scott ButtonEpisode 6 of 6 Ottawa, 1958. A young man moves from a rural town to the big city, hoping to reckon with his emerging sexuality—and comes face to face with the horrific, oppressive acts against the queer population there. Night Passing is inspired by the true stories of LGBTQ+ Canadians who endured brutal harassment at t…
 
Episode 4 -- "Rommel's Treasure", The Goon Show Welcome to Old-Time Radio Essentials, a new podcast wherein a specific episode from a selected OTR series is presented, and then discussed by three co-hosts: Pete Lutz, Jane St. John and Paul Arbisi; to determine whether or not it meets the following criteria: 1. Is it truly representative of that ser…
 
We're settling down with some scripts for the next episode of 'Tell Great Stories', in which we re-examine three of our rehearsed reading productions - 'A Number', 'The Hypochondriac', and 'The Importance of Being Earnest'.Host Jo Pratt is joined by Andy Faber, Kati Herbert, Gareth Johnson and Dario Knight. www.unboundtheatre.co.ukMusic CreditPamga…
 
"The Dead Man", adapted from a story by Ray Bradbury "Do you dare to go down into...THE CELLAR?" We proudly present "The Dead Man", adapted by our director Pete Lutz, from a pulp-fiction story by Ray Bradbury -- a young man in a small town is ridiculed by his fellow denizens because he claims he's dead. But is he? ENJOY, my friends! NARADA RADIO CO…
 
Night Passing by Scott ButtonEpisode 5 of 6 Ottawa, 1958. A young man moves from a rural town to the big city, hoping to reckon with his emerging sexuality—and comes face to face with the horrific, oppressive acts against the queer population there. Night Passing is inspired by the true stories of LGBTQ+ Canadians who endured brutal harassment at t…
 
In this episode ART continues the conversation with Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education and dives a little deeper into family research as it relates to Holocaust survivor experiences. The full podcast is available with purchase of our PREMIUM access at our website. https://artistsrep.org/performance/berlin-diaries-audio-drama/ ©…
 
On this lovely spring day, we are thrilled to share part 1 of our new 5 part series: The Secret Garden, written by Frances Hodgson Burnett, adapted & directed by Jenna Isabella, and edited by Gina Stanton & Jenna Isabella. It features the vocal talents of: Amanda Booth as Mary Lennox, Gina Stanton as Martha Sowerby, Devin Trager as Dickon Sowerby, …
 
This Is Something Else: Consciously Eclectic Histories of the Arts Club, a 5-part limited podcast series exploring more than 50 years of Vancouver’s theatre scene and the making of Canada’s largest urban theatre company. Subscribe to This Is Something Else on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and most everywhere podcasts are available.…
 
Adventures of the Federated Tec"! A series of 8 initial episodes of 7 dramatized stories featuring Dashiell Hammett's nameless detective. We call him the Federated Tec, but you probably know him as something else. We've chosen Hammett's first few stories that have moved into the public domain, and have done our best to stay true to the originals --…
 
Night Passing by Scott ButtonEpisode 4 of 6 Ottawa, 1958. A young man moves from a rural town to the big city, hoping to reckon with his emerging sexuality—and comes face to face with the horrific, oppressive acts against the queer population there. Night Passing is inspired by the true stories of LGBTQ+ Canadians who endured brutal harassment at t…
 
Episode 3 -- "The Little People", Lights Out Welcome to Old-Time Radio Essentials, a new podcast wherein a specific episode from a selected OTR series is presented, and then discussed by three co-hosts: Pete Lutz, Jane St. John and Paul Arbisi; to determine whether or not it meets the following criteria: 1. Is it truly representative of that series…
 
There's a chill in the air during this episode of 'Tell Great Stories', as we look at our pantomime production of 'The Snow Queen' with some of the original cast. Host Andy Shaw is joined by Stephanie Hull, Andrew Faber, Emily Pugh, Filipa Garrido, Micky Scott & Alisha Westbury. www.unboundtheatre.co.ukMusic CreditPamgaea by Kevin MacLeodLink: inco…
 
This Project Audion episode offers the national premiere of a NEW Fibber McGee and Molly episode, written by Robert L. Mills, former staff writer for comedy legend Bob Hope. Mills' script recreates the style, laughs, and charm of classic Fibber & Molly radio shows. "Fibber's Missing Tux" literally brings the couple out of retirement to be honored f…
 
THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER - KCAL Old Time Radio Troupe Nicholasville, Kentucky, is the home of KCAL, a community theatre group dedicated to re-creating classic Old-Time Radio shows. They traditionally put on four shows year from their theatre on South Main Street, although during the pandemic they've been creating their shows on Zoom. Here's t…
 
SAVE THE LAST WORD FOR ME #1: Chatting with Lauren Shippen & Julia Morizawa of "The Bright Sessions" (9/2016) Again from our archives, we present the 2nd episode of a discussion podcast that I had high hopes for, but which only went for 9 episodes or so. But the discussions are fun and if you're interested in voice actors' lives, we delve pretty de…
 
Jane Eyre is a classic coming-of-age story where a young orphan girl fights against poverty, persecution, and abuse in the 19th century. The once ill-spirited child is now transformed into a kind, empathetic governess who finds herself paired with the brooding, mysterious Edward Rochester who has a haunting past of his own. Based on the gothic nove…
 
The bonus podcast, a collaboration between ART and the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education (OJMCHE), dives a little deeper into family research as it relates to Holocaust survivor stories. The full podcast is available for purchase at our website. https://artistsrep.org/performance/berlin-diaries-audio-drama/…
 
Playwright, Andrea Stolowitz’s great-grandfather kept a journal for his descendants after escaping to New York City in 1939 as a German Jew. Following the complicated lure of genealogy, Stolowitz goes back to Berlin to bring the story of her unknown ancestors out of the archives into the light in this autobiographical story, The Berlin Diaries. Add…
 
"Adventures of the Federated Tec"! A series of 8 initial episodes of 7 dramatized stories featuring Dashiell Hammett's nameless detective. We call him the Federated Tec, but you probably know him as something else. We've chosen Hammett's first few stories that have moved into the public domain, and have done our best to stay true to the originals -…
 
"Do you dare to go down into...THE CELLAR?" We proudly present "The Shadow on the Screen", adapted by director Pete Lutz, from a pulp-fiction story by Henry Kuttner -- An up-and-coming Hollywood horror-film director wants to buck studio rules and make a true masterpiece of horror, so he seeks guidance from a shunned master of the craft -- with some…
 
October 2019: environmental protests are erupting all across London. Extinction Rebellion protesters have blocked roads, glued themselves to aeroplanes and banks, and taken over Trafalgar Square. But this isn’t a story about XR. Scattered by movement through and around the protests, five objects go unseen on the city streets, and each has a story t…
 
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