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Monthly podcast featuring interviews with theatre professionals of all types--from playwrights to techies to producers. If it has to do with theatre--in any part of the world--we have it covered! We also do readings of short plays. Since 2013! #theatre #theater #playwriting #acting #directing #dramaturgy #producing. Questions? Comments? Email us at onstageoffstagepodcast@gmail.com!
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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.
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Cue Zero Theatre Company is dedicated to cultivating and showcasing new works, young directors/designers, and rising actors. The Cue Zero Theatre Cast is our platform to not only promote our work, but all theatre created and cultivated in New Hampshire, as well as to create and foster discussion about the art and business of theatre.
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Theatre Queens
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Theatre Queens

Phoebe LaReine & Ms Classpergers

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Join your favourite theatre loving Drag Queens Phoebe LaReine and Ms Classpergers as we delve into the magical world of musical theatre. Each week we'll take a look at a different show for a deep dive, share our own theatre stories and how they've influenced our drag, keep you in the loop with the latest theatre news and even chat to some special guests along the way.
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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.
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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.
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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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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 ...
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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 ...
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We explore family-friendly audio drama through news, reviews, and interviews with cast and crew. Audio drama critic, J.D. Sutter, and a rotating cast of co-hosts discuss new releases from series such as Lamplighter Theatre, Adventures in Odyssey, Focus on the Family Radio Theatre, Heirloom Audio, and Jonathan Park. They will also introduce you to the work of other producers that the team thinks you'll enjoy and address industry topics that are of interest to the fanbase. Become a supporter o ...
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Siblings and theatre enthusiasts Alice and Oscar review a wide range of London theatre, and create delicious cocktails inspired by the shows featured in each episode. As well as reviews there's also top-tips on upcoming shows to look out for and all your ticket buy questions answered; where to seat for the best view, and how to grab a bargain! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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We are a podcast that discusses theatre from across the UK, our opinions are from an audience perspective, we review the set, the costumes, the lighting, the sound and whether we would see a production again. We will also discuss upcoming productions and much more... If you would like to contact us please email upstagedownstagepod@gmail.com
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Bienvenue sur la chaîne de podcast du #TDB ! Retrouvez des discussions avec les metteur•se•s en scène, acteur•ice•s, et auteur•ice•s qui nous parlent de leur spectacle, du processus de création et nous lisent des passages de la pièce ou de textes inspirants. Retrouvez tous les podcasts du Théâtre de Belleville sur podCloud : https://podcloud.fr/podcast/theatre-de-belleville?5abe2eb3a9b49710d3000912
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Baron Sordor's Theatre of the Doomed takes you back to a golden age when live radio plays ruled the airwaves and Orson Wells’ Mercury Theatre convinced an entire nation they were under attack by Martians. Paying homage to 1960’s classics like the Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits, The Theatre of the Doomed features performances from a bevy of incredible Australian actors as well as Jeff Martin from The Tea Party as Baron Sordor himself!
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Welcome to The Abandoned Theatre! Actor and writer Alex Hill interviews guests who have become the proud new artistic director of an abandoned theatre. It's their job to programme a new season to get the theatre up and running again using the plays and musicals that mean the most to them. This podcast explores the lives of brilliant people through their theatrical experiences. The Abandoned Theatre Podcast is a RoxyDog Production created and conceived by Alex Hill.
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The Frightmare Theatre Podcast is a horror audio drama anthology series from ARCANE. Broadcasting from a decrepit radio studio across the astral plane, the Frightmare Theatre team strive to make your nightmares a reality. Each eerie episode brings new terrifying (and at times hilarious) horror audio dramas to life. We invite you to join host, Doctor Necropolis, and the rest of the Frightmare Theatre team as they introduce a variety of suspenseful stories that are sure to send shivers down yo ...
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Thomas Reed once started painting sunflower murals all over Madison, Maine. When his name resurfaces after the appearance of more murals, the town begins to question what the Sunflower Murals could possibly mean? =========================== Support us: One-time donation of whatever you'd like to give: https://ko-fi.com/retrospectionradiopodcast# Mo…
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Be part of the emotional journey of Zack Mayo, a fearless young officer candidate, and the captivating Paula Pokrifki, whose fiery spirit matches his own. Their encounters ignite a spark that transcends boundaries, awakening a passionate love that defies all odds. An Officer and a Gentleman is at the Alexandra Theatre until 2nd March 2024. This wee…
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This week, Eric and Josh discuss: movie extras, theme songs, St. Elmo's Fire, Disney's Dinosaur, Madame Web, Fantastic Four, silent film / live band, Rock 'n' Roll High School, receiving a Big Shark standee, and more!They also mention the movies screening from Friday February 23 - Thursday February 29: Ru, The Zone Of Interest, The Sweet East, The …
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Episode 63 - Dick Whittington - We saw this production at the Theatre Royal Nottingham Here is more detail about the production... https://trch.co.uk/star-studded-pantomime-launches/ This production over now but you will be sure to see more pantos fun in the future! Follow us Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @upstagedownstagepod…
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Exploring the Power of Storytelling and Cultural History with Jamie Ford In this fascinating conversation, renowned author, Jamie Ford, delves into the power of storytelling and its role in fostering empathy and meaningful dialogue. The discussion revolves around Ford's novel 'The Many Daughters of Afong Moy,' which details the epic saga and genera…
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So, here we are with our long awaited conversation about Sondheim's last new musical (probably), appropriately called "Here We Are" and the big question is - is it a success? Thos chats to MusicalTalk's resident Sondheim expert, Colm, who saw the show twice in New York at its off-Broadway venue, the Shed, and who certainly thinks so. But is absurdi…
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Film and Theatre Critic Rachel Wagner of Rachel's Reviews along with Chris Peterson and Greg Ehrhardt of OnStage Blog break down everything they loved about the Netflix movie adaptation of Tick, Tick...Boom! and their favorite hot takes stemming from the movie. Rachel also gives her thoughts on seeing the stage adaptation in Washington D.C. that wa…
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This touching monologue, written by Tony Domaille and featuring Rachel Howgego, imagines just why the character from the Beatles hit is one of the lonely people. The monologue was first produced by Act Your Age Productions on You Tube and has featured on BBC Radio with JTP Theatre. Follow JTP Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.…
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Join your host Alex Hill as he appoints a new artistic director at The Abandoned Theatre. A theatre so old and derelict which is in serious need of TLC and an artistic director who programmes a season of plays and musicals that mean the most to them! Today's artistic director: Sam Creasey Sam is a fantastic actor who has recently finished performin…
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durée : 01:56:25 - Fictions / Théâtre et Cie - Le Festival Longueur d’Ondes fête ses vingt ans. À cette occasion, France Culture, pionnière des enregistrements de fictions en public à Brest, revient au Quartz avec la "Scène imaginaire d’Emmanuel Meirieu".Oleh Blandine Masson
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Michael was born in the wagon of a traveling show... At least that's what it says on his website. He is a graduate of Marymount Manhattan College and has been directing and producing in any and all mediums. Some recent projects are Broadway's Caroline, or Change revival (co-producer), off-Broadway's long running A Musical About Star Wars (director)…
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The year is 1890. Detective Sergeant John Billings is an honest and hard working man who has risen swiftly through the ranks to become one of Scotland Yard's youngest detectives. But in his private life he struggles with the demons of loneliness and morphine addiction. While Scotland Yard is in the midst of foiling a Russian counterfeiting operatio…
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COMING SOON from The Mutual Stage and 63audio: A COLD NIGHT'S DEATH Based on the 1973 ABC Movie of the Week -- screenplay by Christopher Knopf Adapted, directed and produced by Pete Lutz With voice talents of: Darren Rockhold - Tom Konkle - Joe Stofko - Gino C. Vianelli - Pete Lutz - Dana Gonsalves - John Bell - Jack Ward Music by Dr. Ross Bernhard…
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Everybody said don't, but we're doing it anyway... It's the Gospel According to Babs! We're doing something a little different this season and focusing on the musicals (and musical-adjacent) films of one of the greats, and who better than Barbra Streisand: GOAT queer diva, filmmaker, actor, and singer, who just released her autobiography My Name is…
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Megan is back! And to kick things off, she and Dave talk about the animated film ORION AND THE DARK (2:33). Yes, it’s screenwriter Charlie Kaufman’s first foray into children’s films. But is it any good? Not surprisingly, Megan and Dave have divergent views. But who liked it and who did not?!! (Eh, it’s exactly what you think.) Then Evan, Megan, an…
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Initialy performed on Suspense (1942-1962), Nobody Loves Me starring Peter Lorre aired on August 30th, 1945 as the 156th episode of Suspense's 945 episode run. The script has since fallen into the public domain, and can now be performed by radio theatres across the board. Originaly, this cast starred the likes of Peter Lorre as Joe Reeze, Sharon Do…
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Two different couples on the worst and best dates of their lives? Welcome to Smokey's...a bistro in Brooklyn. Familiar Strangers is written and directed by Amanda Montoni. Featuring: Fiona: Emilia Horn Ben: Dany Stravino Jackie: Amanda Montoni Derek: Nick Montoni Joe: Jeremy Melendez Alicia: Danielle Fleming Sound Engineering: Liz Regan Sound Desig…
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Celebrating our 19th season of audio adventure! Visit www.patreon.com/GreggTaylor to show your support! The third Red Panda adventure novel, now finally available in audiobook format through Decoder Ring Theatre. A city beset by the darkness and desperation of the Depression balances upon a knife edge, ready to plunge into chaos and despair. The fo…
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From the producers of The Frightmare Theatre Podcast, comes YELL FIRE, a serial horror novel by Jeremy Shelton. YELL FIRE Part One: "Symptoms" Something bad is happening. In the first part of Jeremy Shelton's serial horror novel, YELL FIRE, we are introduced to a town on the brink of a new contagious horror and a few of the poor souls trapped in it…
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Rosy Fingered Dawn stretches her hand across the morning sky. As least that is what one of Chorus believes. (He’s kind of that way. The other is not so sure.) A little snippet of a classic story in a modern setting about a timeless conflict. “Life is a Dream (or at least a wee nap”) New full-ength drama from HWMS Audio Theatre. Cast, in order of ap…
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Danish theatre company fix+foxy premièred Dark Noon at the 2023 Edinburgh Festival Fringe which “explores one of the great American myths—the Wild West” through seven South African actors. The production will be restaged at Manchester’s Aviva Studios this spring. BTG Editor David Chadderton spoke to co-directors Tue Biering and Nhlanhla Mahlangu ab…
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In this episode I muse with Emmanuel Jewel Peprah Mensah who is a theatre practitioner, researcher, and the current head of the performing arts department at the Centre for National Culture, Ashanti Region, Ghana, West Africa. We discuss tourism as an incentive for creating museum theatre, working with a range of different stakeholders (including r…
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An interview with Michelle Hutchings ahead of the reprisal of her award-winning production of Queers at Assembly House Norwich from the 15-17 Feb. Also features a catch-up on what your host has been up to, as well as a look at some upcoming shows in East Anglia. Support the showOleh Ray Tempesta / Michelle Hutchings
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The Bronx is up, the Battery's down, and Jimi and Tommy are right here delving into the Americana classic of a musical On the Town. Lenoard Bernstein (or is it Bernstein), Betty Comden (the bombshell that she is) and Adolph Green (he’s there too) have devised a wonderful, timeless(?) classic in this show which might, indeed, be the FIRST true music…
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Ok, it's really true that we've got a packed episode this month! We've got a bunch of audio drama updates, JD shares some potentially controversial opinions about younger writers and actors in his monologue, and he also responds to feedback from Bethany, Blake, Jeremy, and Michael. In addition to all that, JD is joined in the interview segment by K…
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Nan and the Lower Body is part of L.A. Theatre Works’ Relativity Series of science-themed plays. Lead funding for the Relativity Series is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, bridging science and the arts in the modern world. Hear our interview with playwright Jessica Dickey and LATW Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg. See Privacy P…
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Happy Groundhog Day! We're celebrating with a special Friday release about, you guessed it, the musical GROUNDHOG DAY. It's a show you've either enjoyed seeing in the West End, on Broadway, in Melbourne, or you missed it. Well, if you think not seeing it means you're getting an early spring this year, you're wrong! Six more weeks of winter for you.…
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Ekaterina Wagner is a playwright, art critic, and editor based in Moscow, Russia. Her articles appeared in Robb Report, ELLE and other media outlets in Russia, Ukraine, and India. She worked as an editor and deputy editor-in-chief of several international publications in Russia, including ELLE Decoration, Harper’s Bazaar Art, and The Art Newspaper.…
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A broken-down private detective named Joe Castle is hired to investigate the case of a missing person by a mysterious stranger. As Joe delves deeper he discovers that things aren’t what they seem, and that he might have just uncovered a serial killer that has been preying on women for decades. For more Blood, Brains & Aliens content go to www.blood…
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Sarah, trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama as a post graduate Stage Management student. Throughout her career, she has remained true to her love of theatre and event production work which has given the Company its solid and varied skill set. Over the last few years, Sarah has produced a number of significant large-scale cultural e…
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