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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.
 
Conversations revealing the cultural and emotional impact of our favorite musicals in theatre history. On each episode of “A Musical Theatre Podcast,” Jeff welcomes a special guest to explore one musical from theatre history. Together they get to the heart of the show’s cultural and emotional impact by looking at its creators, context, and storytelling. Always fun and heartfelt, this is the podcast to celebrate the humanity of our musical theatre art form.
 
Theatre Schmooze is a new monthly podcast from Alliance for Jewish Theatre where we chat with Jewish theatre makers from around the world about their art, Judaism, and vision for theater’s future. Hosted by Danielle Levsky, Theatre Schmooze will feature one-on-one conversations with artists that will illuminate the heart, soul, and diversity of contemporary Jewish theatre. Theatre Schmooze is an Alliance for Jewish Theatre program, produced by Jeremy Aluma, Danny Debner, and Danielle Levsky. ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
Interval Theatre, Brum Radio's weekly theatre show is now available with just the interviews as a podcast. Check back regularly for new interviews and listen to Interval Theatre Tuesdays at 3pm only on Brum Radio. For more information visit https://brumradio.com/intervaltheatre or follow Interval Theatre on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook twitter.com/IntervalTheatre @IntervalTheatre
 
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Making Theatre

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Making Theatre

James Farncombe and Bruno Poet

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Lighting Designers James Farncombe and Bruno Poet host conversations about the complex and sometimes messy business of making a show for theatre. We aim to draw in guests from all aspects of production; from directors and designers to actors, stage managers, technicians, makers, builders and producers, to start a broader conversation about all things involved in bringing a show to the stage.
 
The Theatre History podcast that doesn’t take itself too seriously. For each episode, Aaron Odom hosts a guest from the worldwide theatre community to talk about a bizarre, fascinating and humorous story from theatre history. One catch, the guest has no idea what they’ll be discussing. Plus, guests return to the program to share ”Theatre Horror Stories,” moments when theatre artists maintain that old adage: ”The show must go on.” From events an audience might never realize affected the show ...
 
A community of BIPOC theater enthusiasts offering opportunities for theatre lovers to discover and engage with the works of artists we love. We bring a fresh perspective to the performing arts, exploring new work from underserved artists in our weekly web series and podcast, as well as our features and reviews. We don’t talk about representation, we are representation.Become a contributor on Patreon at www.patreon.com/tokentheatrefriends.
 
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I Survived Theatre School

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I Survived Theatre School

Jen Bosworth Ramirez and Gina Pulice

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We went to theatre school. We survived it, but we didn't understand it. 20 years later, we're talking to our guests about their experience of going for this highly specialized type of college at the tender age of 18. Did it all go as planned? Are we still pursuing acting? Did we get cut from the program? Did we... become famous yet?
 
Recorded live, these new audio dramas are an adventure in your mind! This series of new adaptations and stories come to life with live foley sound effects, original scores, cinematic sound design, and world-class actors. Released after live performances at the Camelot Theatre in Talent, OR; live these timeless stories again as they are brought to life through the magic of theatre.
 
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
 
Welcome to Garbage Theatre! Every week, hosts Chase, Blake, & John will challenge each other to watch a terrible movie and then quiz each other to see who paid attention. The winner gets to pick the next movie and the loser must suffer through whatever torturous schlock the other can find! We watch them so you don't have to!
 
TAIT is a podcast series about immersive theatre and performance. I travel around the UK meeting immersive theatre makers, producers and performers in their natural habitats to chat with them about all things immersive. Over the course of the podcast series I hope to give listeners an insight into the thoughts, process and practices of the people driving the phenomenon of immersion in theatre and performance. The series will be published monthly.
 
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Spoilerpiece Theatre

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Spoilerpiece Theatre

Evan Crean, Megan Kearns, and David Riedel

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Boston film critics Evan Crean, Megan Kearns, and David Riedel help you decide what to watch by sharing spoiler-filled reviews of the latest blockbusters and independent films, across genres, including films by women, nonbinary, LGBTQ+, and BIPOC filmmakers. 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.
 
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.
 
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Celebrating our 18th season of audio adventure! Visit www.patreon.com/GreggTaylor to show your support! The second Red Panda adventure novel, now finally available in audiobook format through Decoder Ring Theatre. Sinister forces are at work, striking within the very heart of the city's elite with powers that seem otherworldly. Are the attacks rand…
 
Inspector Murder Inspects...Series 3, Episode 8 - '...A Candlestick Maker'Laura is missing. Her friends have been forced out of hiding in order to find her, but in doing so they'll have to face a dark day from their lives before they met her. It's time for Inspector Murder's darkest secret to be revealed...Created by Dario Knight & Gareth Johnson#I…
 
Matte is a playwright, lyricist + director. He lives in Williamsburg, Brooklyn with his dog, Mowgli Waffles. His plays and musicals include: The Wonderful Mr. + Mrs. O’Leary Peter + I White Noise As Flies to Wanton Boys Morning Has Broken Becoming David THE MEANING OF LIFE…and other useless pieces of information The Worst Was This Anne of Green Gab…
 
This time, we leave behind the warm, dry confines of the conventional theatre space and head outside for an inspiring conversation with Angie Bual, creative director of Trigger, a company based in the south west of England, who create and produce bold live and digital events, often on a large-scale and often outdoors. With obsessions that range fro…
 
Old-time Radio Essentials continues its 3rd season with an episode of Birds Eye Open House – "Groucho Brings a Turkey for Thanksgiving Dinner"! This one's Pete's pick, or rather, that of his special guest, Essential Listener Noah Diamond*. Noah's an actor, author, podcaster, Marxian Scholar, and off-Broadway Groucho impersonator, not to mention a v…
 
We start this week by reviewing Tobias Lindholm's true crime drama THE GOOD NURSE (1:54), about an ER nurse (Jessica Chastain) who discovers that her charming colleague (Eddie Redmayne) is secretly murdering their patients. The film misses some areas it could dig deeper into this real-life tragedy, but it's really well-acted and has a strong ensemb…
 
An interview with Chris Clarkson and Ewan Grant ahead of their run of The Legend of Robin Hood at Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds. Also featuring a review of The Book of Will at the Maddermarket in Norwich, and a look at some upcoming shows and auditions.Bởi Ray Tempesta / Chris Clarkson / Ewan Grant
 
Follow the story of Tony Manero as he embarks on a reckless yet thrilling road to dancing success. It’s a homage to the 1977 John Travolta classic with more drama, more music, and hot new choreography which is sure to have you dancing all the way home. Saturday Night Fever is coming to the Alexandra Theatre from the 22nd November - 26th November 20…
 
In this podcast episode we talk to the incredible cast of Goldilocks and the Three Bears as well as sneaking in a quick chat with writer and director Pete Rowe! The cast give us a little insight into their who they are and the characters they're playing, as well as how rehearsals have been going! We caught them at the very start of tech week as the…
 
This week, Eric and Josh discuss: Holiday Season decorations, our marquee, movie showtime sites with incorrect times, Room vs The Room, our neighbourhood chip truck disappearance, The Sound Of Music, The Greatest Show On Earth, novelizations, Tony Gilroy, and more!Plus, they mention the movies screening the week of Friday November 25 - Thurs Dec 1:…
 
Intro: Boz didn't win Powerball Let Me Run This By You: 10 Strange Questions Interview: We talk to Kelley Curran about The Gilded Age, having career faith, Fordham at Lincoln Center, The Acting Company, 4.48 Psychosis, Heather Lind, Michaela McManus, Taylor Schilling, Betty Gilpin, Kate Burton, Lawrence Sacharow, Marian Seldes, Roger Reese, Cherry …
 
Episode Notes Margarita Kompelmakher, Director of Community Partnerships and Engagement, and Trent Anderson, Director of Development are two members of the Alliance Theatre family most connected to our work as a nonprofit organization centered on community enrichment and development. On this episode of the Alliance Theatre Podcast, we chat about ou…
 
While it may have flopped on Broadway, DANCE OF THE VAMPIRES was a winner in Europe and our recent poll on PATREON! So if you're thinking you're too sophisticated for this episode, get ready to realize all the fun you've been missing while you've been rolling your eyes. Talented performer and podcast host Jake Saenz (Fear the Talking Queers) joins …
 
What's Your Favorite Christmas Audio Drama? What is your favorite family-friendly Christmas audio drama of all time? An episode of AIO? Radio Theatre's A Christmas Carol? We want to hear from you and include your picks in the December ATC episode! Call our feedback line at 623-688-2770 and tell us your name, what your favorite show is, and why, in …
 
Sally is gone, and there's nothing Elliot Cooper can do about it. His story ended with hers. Retrospection Radio Theatre is produced and sponsored by Retrospection Multimedia, an audiovisual company which specializes in producing podcasts, videos, and photos. You can have your own website and podcast developed by going to the website featured below…
 
"Storytelling in Community" (Season 3, Episode 2) dropped on Wednesday, November 16 with our seventeenth guest: Ronda Spinak, Founder and Artistic Director of The Braid, based in Los Angeles, California. Tune in as Ronda and Danielle discuss how The Braid's collaborations with institutions, like the Museum of Jewish Heritage and Monica Piper, in pr…
 
In this episode, Jose speaks to The Bengsons about Sovereignty Hymns, a series of spirituals they wrote in which they address a woman's right to choose when it comes to reproductive liberty. The Hymns were first released by La Jolla Playhouse shortly after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in the summer of 2022. Driven by powerful personal s…
 
Since 2005, Manchester-based property company Bruntwood has worked with the Royal Exchange Theatre to present the Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting. The 2022 ceremony was held at the Royal Exchange on 14 November. BTG Editor David Chadderton spoke to the three of the winners—International Award winner Rochelle Fong, North West Original New Voice winn…
 
m👁👁m Theatre on the Air proudly presents: Season 1 / Episode 2, Chapter 2, “Black & Blue” 🛰Episode Summary: GOLDSTAR's morning takes an unforeseen turn as F8 agents scour the shipping yard and discover the unknown blue-goo compound. An aggressive altercation between an agent and another resistance member leads to the rise of a mysterious ally who r…
 
The milkman Cometh, the complete edition containing Episodes 1 - 6. A comedy drama serialised radio play about a Northern Screenwriter journeying to London to get his masterpiece The Milkman Cometh produced and in a parallel plot line his father trying to get the UK to vote to leave the Milk Commission. Written by Marcus Scott. Starring Ian Archdea…
 
The Scopes Trial, over the right to teach evolution in public schools, reaffirmed the importance of intellectual freedom as codified in the Bill of Rights. The trial, in a small-town Tennessee courtroom in 1925, set the stage for ongoing debates over the separation of Church and State in a democratic society—debates that continue to this day. Peter…
 
Did you know that Theatre Tulsa was the first theatre company in the U.S. to produce "Our Town" after it's initial run on Broadway? TT's artistic director Laura Skoch talks with Robert Young, director of TT's current show "Our Town," about bringing a classic story from the 1930s into the 2020s, and what modern audiences can expect to gain from this…
 
In Episode 83 of Theatre Club Podcast we have reviews of the brand new stage version of Studio Ghibli's beloved film My Neighbour Totoro by Royal Shakespeare Company and Joe Hisaishi, currently playing a sold-out run at The Barbican in London. We also went to another sold-out run at The Donmar of the musical The Band's Visit, though you can still g…
 
After living in seclusion for centuries, the villainous Count Dracula sets his sights on Victorian England. After tricking innocent lawyer Jonathan Harker into purchasing an abandoned monastery for him, Dracula wreaks havoc on the inhabitants surrounding the property. When Lucy Westenra falls ill, Dr. Seward calls upon his former teacher Abraham Va…
 
The eighteenth century was obsessed with celebrities, and, like our own time, the fans of the 1700s were fascinated by famous actress' pregnancies. Dr. Chelsea Phillips joins us to talk about how she explores the emergence of this aspect of 18th-century fan culture in her new book, Carrying All Before Her: Celebrity Pregnancy and the London Stage, …
 
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