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Decoder Ring Theatre presents new stories and characters inspired by the classic broadcasts of the Golden Age of Radio. The crimebusting exploits of The Red Panda - Canada's Greatest Superhero! The mystery of that hardest-boiled of detectives, Black Jack Justice... all this and more in full-length, full-cast recordings.
 
Fireside Mystery Theatre is original audio drama performed and recorded live. We're styled in the fashion of old-time radio theatre with a decidedly modern macabre sensibility! We perform once a month at The Slipper Room in NYC with a full cast, a live, improvised score, and musical acts that complement our anthology of stories. Join host Ms. Ali Silva and with her amazing company of actors and musicians for this varied series of thrilling and chilling tales! Also from Fireside Mystery Produ ...
 
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.
 
That's Theatre Darling is a podcast celebrating theatre in all it's glory. I'll be joined by a whole host of inspiring guests, each with a story to tell about their life, career and an abundance of theatrical anecdotes. - Music kindly provided by the wonderful Patch and The Giant. Find more of their music at https://www.patchandthegiant.com/ [Track: Patch and The Giant - The Sleeping Boat]
 
Tabletop Theatre takes you into the world of Tabletop Roleplaying at its best. Each month features a new Game Master telling a unique story in 4 chapters that we release each Wednesday of that month. Enjoy Fantasy, Science Fiction or the Supernatural? Then this is definitely the show for you.
 
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.
 
TheatreArtLife.com is a platform for industry professionals in all live entertainment genres to connect and learn from each other, find employment opportunities around the globe and to grow personally and professionally in their careers. We host a community of creative and technical professionals sharing their knowledge, experience, passion, obstacles and cultures. Created BY the industry FOR the industry. Our podcast is putting the spotlight on those who create live entertainment. Presentin ...
 
Welcome to Life in Theatre, the podcast where all kinds of theatre people come to reconnect with why we chose this life in theatre and spill the tea! I chat with traditional and unconventional artists to discuss theatre, their careers, and the possibilities of this art form that we all love. Whether you're a Broadway legend, or a small town star with big dreams, if theatre is part of your life, this podcast is for you. Created and hosted by Tyler Calhoun.
 
Human stories behind science concepts and discoveries - dramatized with original music! Each season features a different historical science story, brought to life by a full cast of musical actors. History Science Theatre Podcast is a production of Matheatre. We use theatre to tell stories that inspire excitement about math and science. www.matheatre.com
 
A podcast tracing the development of theatre from ancient Greece to the present day through the places and people who made theatre happen. More than just dates and lists of plays we'll learn about the social. political and historical context that fostered the creation of dramatic art. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
 
Boston film critics Evan Crean, Megan Kearns, and David Riedel help you decide what to watch by reviewing movies (and occasionally television) without letting spoilers get in the way of good discussion. Opening music: "My Life as a God" by Augean Stables. Closing music: "Pants Party" by Oilhead. Show edited by Otto Klammer. Logo design by Rita Csizmadia.
 
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durée : 00:06:49 - Fictions / Théâtre et Cie - Les entrées de ce dictionnaire reflètent une grande variété de sujets : l'actrice, le rire, le pédantisme, la mélancolie ou encore la religion. Pour chacune d'entre elles, l'écrivain relève avec ironie des lieux communs ou des idées toutes faites.Nous nous arrêtons sur la lettre E…
 
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…
 
Theatre First Episode 287 Stream podcast episodes on demand from www.bitesz.com (mobile friendly). The Cane – Red Stitch Theatre Melbourne, Australia Ravenhill’s darkly humorous meditation on institutionalised violence examines how we judge the past, with its different values, by the standards of the present. Edward, the last bastion of an era that…
 
Kyle & Trisha talk rude neighbors and fences, Paramount shifting its entire release slate for Tom Cruise, try to figure out what an NFT is thanks to Kevin Smith’s latest announcement, and more! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mydrunkmovietheatre/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mydrunkmovietheatre/support…
 
We start the show this week with TINA (1:41), the comprehensive HBO Max documentary about music icon Tina Turner, who we all love, but one of us much more than the others. Next, we review VOYAGERS (16:07), Neil Burger's LORD OF THE FLIES on a spaceship, a sci-fi thriller that gets us all extremely riled up. Then we discuss MONDAY (31:23), the Argyr…
 
Key West, Florida, 1931 - In the island paradise of Key West, there lived a beautiful young Cuban woman named Maria Elena Milagro de Hoyos Mesa. Abandoned by her husband after a miscarriage, she came under the obsessive eye of a supposed doctor named Carl Tanzler. Elena dying of tuberculosis is only the beginning of this disturbing tale.…
 
"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…
 
January 1939. The clouds of war hang over the city, although the conflict is far away. There is New News in the New Court, and brother, it ain’t just the hat show! An all-new audiobook treatment of part 1 of a 2-part Red Panda short story, written and read by Gregg Taylor. New episodes on the 1st and 15th of every month. Decoder Ring Theatre Season…
 
durée : 00:24:29 - Fictions / Le Feuilleton - Emma entendit sonner l’Angélus ; et ce fut sans en avoir conscience qu’elle s’achemina vers l’église, disposée à n’importe quelle dévotion, pourvu qu’elle y absorbât son âme et que l’existence entière y disparût.על ידי Blandine Masson
 
This week, Eric, Andrew, and Josh chat about: Saturday The 14th, Space Jam, Neil Breen, physical media, Malibu High, Steel, Warner Archives, our marquee tiles sale, pizza ATM's, Outbreak, the Mayfair April/May 1993 schedule, Trespass, CB4, The Sea Wolf, Me You Madness, Nomadland, and more!We are in our fourth round of covid lockdown at the moment. …
 
Alex Hunt is a music teacher in Wisconsin. After growing up doing theatre in Peoria with shows like Joseph and The Jungle Book (Sarah and Alex's first show together) he attended VanderCook in Chicago and became a music teacher. Whenever he can, he does theatre in the Peoria area and also currently runs competitive theatre at Dunlap High School with…
 
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…
 
Enjoy this while it lasts because these movies get REALLY bad after this. K and Warren cover The Land Before Time X: The Great Longneck Migration and spend a good portion of it kinkshaming a paleontologist. K also brings a spot of joy to Warren by bringing him the Land Before Time movie that features one of our favorite Tone Deaf Alumni: Bernadette…
 
Meet Toni Carosella, an artist who is passionate about changing the unfair treatment that theatre apprentices and interns experience! While listening, share the show on social media! Support the show by leaving a rating or review on Apple Podcasts and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Thanks for listening, I appreciate you! The Tea aka Top…
 
This week I’m delighted to introduce the ever so brilliant and ever so talented, Zoe Spurr! Zoe is a Lighting Designer and all round lovely person, it was such a joy to record this episode with her. We chatted all about the ins and outs of lighting, the importance of breaks and time off, and we also had a giggle about googling glowing balls (don’t …
 
Intro: The cult(ure) of skiing. Shapewear. Let Me Run This By You: What is your emotional age? A parent's biggest job. Interview: We talk to Justen Ross about doing theatre school on zoom, being a multi-hyphenate, and forging a new path for Black students at TTS. FULL TRANSCRIPT (00:00:08): I'm Jen Bosworth from me this and I'm Gina Polizzi. We wen…
 
George Devine Award-winning writer and actor Daniel Ward speaks with artistic director Paul Smith about the nuts and bolts of writing and performing your own work. Middle Child produced and premiered Daniel Ward's script The Canary and the Crow in 2019. It went on to sell out performances at Edinburgh Festival Fringe in the Paines Plough Roundabout…
 
Episode 47: To conclude the season on the theatre of Rome this episode imagines a resident of the city in 54BCE, recounting in a letter to a sick friend, a day spent travelling to the theatre of Pompey and the time spent there. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy…
 
Thanks to our Patreons here is the Season 3 Supercut, interruption free! SEASON 4 COMING THIS WINTER 2021! Support the kickstarter here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dicetowertheatres4/dice-tower-theatre-season-4 Thanks to Haley Munoz, Daniel Nichols, Joleen Fresquez, Brian Dowling, Colin Holmes and Corey Pfautsch. *** Support the Show *** …
 
Three poems by Fireside Mystery Theatre's resident poet, Dr. David Linton: "Dear Grandma" "The Virtual Feast" "A Digital Girl" Written & performed by David Linton Audio recording engineered by Matt Straub Produced by Ali Silva for Fireside Mystery Productions Music: Moon Waltz (1st Movement) by Francesco D'Andrea Black Cat Soiree by Bob Hart Ziggy …
 
the white room – conversations on theatre #27 (recorded and streamed on 5 April, 2021) In the 27th episode we speak with Sina and Jascha, founders of the network Cheers for Fears. After Simon spills some water into the wine of the concept “SARS-Cov-2-testing for events” we speak about infectious networks, cold and warm, virtual villages, loneliness…
 
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…
 
All aboard Hades express (no not the train, the boat this time!) as we join Dionysus and Xanthias on their descent into the underworld in search of the saviour of art in Stephen Sondheim’s ‘The Frogs'. It’s been a while since Jimi and Tommy butted heads but it is alive and well in this episode! Euripedes v. Aeschylus; Shaw v Shakespeare; and now Ji…
 
Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre is taking a broadcast break in April as we get a head start on a new, exciting batch of content ready for you in our 2021-2022 season of free radio theatre programming! In this update, John Rensenhouse, Kansas City Actors Theatre Artistic Committee Chair, talks about the exciting projects we have coming up for KCART…
 
Graham finds himself at the edge of a building, his world falling apart around him. Alone his whole life, and believing he has nothing to live for in the future, he jumps. His spirit lands in the afterlife, a blank, white void that is home to the ancestors who've not crossed over yet. Here, he meets his very disappointed Grandfather. Starring: Eric…
 
#WeMakeEvents was launched in April 2020, soon after the first coronavirus lockdown, by PLASA, the Professional Lighting and Sound Association, to highlight the plight of its membership, the majority of whom are freelance workers and therefore not eligible for government furlough payments. The campaign has grown to include other industry bodies and…
 
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…
 
Season One Finale! This story has been adapted into several international motion pictures (including one as recently as 2008), and was the musical subject of the world-famous progressive rock band The Alan Parsons Project. It is widely applauded as among the first works in American fiction to criticize the poor treatment of the mentally ill in the …
 
8 out of 10 - A GOOD SHOW! www.latheatrebites.com In Anyone But Me, Carrasco dissects the psyches of women who struggle with self-identity, exploring the personas we create in order to get by. From the local grocery clerk, to your neighbor's teenage daughter, to that lady from the cult — this play is about women who want to be someone they’re not. …
 
Episode Notes TAMILLA WOODARD is the co-Artistic Director of Working Theater, former BOLD Associate Artistic Director at WP Theater, and the co-founder of PopUP Theatrics. She also served as the associate director of Hadestown _on Broadway. This very digital season, her work includes _American Dreams by Leila Buck for Working Theater, Theater for O…
 
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