Performing Arts Podcasts
Girl Tales is podcast theatre for young audiences. Award-winning female and trans*-identified playwrights flip the fairytales they fell for as children and make the girls the heroes. In these stories, our damsels are in power and our princesses are in action. Turn off the screens and jump into an adventure with Girl Tales!
By Rebecca Cunningham
For a Bad Time, Call... is a podcast dedicated to women's anger. Our hotline voice-rage-box is open 24/7 at 669-BAD-TIME to receive any negative feelings you may want to vent. Each fortnight, we take the best of those calls and release a podcast episode filled to the brim with frustration, exasperation, and displeasure. It's fun, we promise! For a bad time, call 669-223-8463 (BAD-TIME).
By Anne Jaconette and Clare Roth
In the very first podcast from The Rolling Stones, Mick and Keith discuss the band’s latest release “The Rolling Stones – On Air”, a collection of rarely heard radio recordings from their formative years. The songs, including eight the band have never recorded or released commercially, were originally broadcast on bygone UK BBC shows such as Saturday Club, Top Gear, Rhythm and Blues and The Joe Loss Pop Show between 1963 and 1965. This podcast is in three episodes that covers each of those three years. All episodes are presented by Matt Everitt
By The Rolling Stones
All the latest episodes of the Rusty Quill Gaming Podcast, a weekly ‘actual play’ podcast following a group of comedians as they play original, extended, table-top Role-Playing Games. Expect epic battles, critical misses and the occasional special guest as the party strive for fame and glory whilst cracking wise and trying not to kill one another.
By Rusty Quill
Pop! Goes The Metal is a podcast hosted by two metal heads, who review mainstream popular music albums from the 1950's to the current day. We do our reviews LIVE and hear and review the songs for the first time on air.
By Ryan Rebalkin and Christopher Gough
Don Slepian's Orchestral Memes is offered in three flavors: the "Playing Hands" edition for music students, the "Nature Edition" with nature based ambient video and the "Psychedelic Edition" with high resolution mandala-styled computer animations Slepian presents his unique digital keyboard as a new performing instrument for the concert soloist in the classical genre. He improvises music that sounds like a movie soundtrack live on the spot with great expression, wide dynamics, and a variety of shifting moods. Orchestral Memes opens up a wide vista of applied music technology to audiophiles, technology buffs, New Age Music fans, electronica aficionados, and contemporary music students.
By Don Slepian
The Amelia Project offers a very special service: Faking its clients' deaths! Its eccentric clientele includes cult leaders, politicians and celebrities, all desperate to disappear and start over... But how long can the secrecy last? For more information see ameliapodcast.com. Start with episode 1.
By Imploding Fictions