Performing Arts Podcasts
Jumpstart your Creative Career with real-life strategies from successful creative entrepreneurs, across TV, film, music, literature, and beyond to turn your creative passion projects into full-time careers. Hear from experts, get inspired, and drive your creative career forward! Past guests include James Lopez, Maz Jobrani, Rizwan Manji, Stefon Bristol, Sarah Thawer, and Chante Wayans! Shereen Kassam aka FunnyBrownGirl will also share stories and strategies that she used to step outside her 9-5 to become an internationally touring stand-up comedian, radio personality, actress, and now podcaster. Join us on this journey to help each other win! Subscribe to receive alerts when a new episode is available. For inspiration Instagram - @funnybrowngirl Shownotes - www.funnybrowngirl.com/podcast
By Shereen Kassam, Funny Brown Girl
Life as a country music artist is anything but easy. Musician Noah Smith explains the long nights on the road, songwriting, making records and the friendships along the way. Ohio born, Brown County raised - this father of three is enjoying the journey. After all, there is no easy road to stardom; you have to take the Long Cut.
By Noah Smith: Country Musician
In Focus, a new podcast series from the Metropolitan Opera, introduces audience members to the operatic masterpieces presented in the company’s award-winning Live in HD cinema transmissions. Hosted by Met radio commentator and staff writer William Berger, In Focus provides historical context about the works and their creators, as well as insightful commentary about the drama and the music, accompanied by excerpts from past Met performances. For more information and a Live in HD schedule, visit metopera.org.
By The Metropolitan Opera
On December 25th, 2007, movie star and heiress Julie Capsom crashed her car into a tree in Northern California, walked into a nearby clearing, and vanished, leaving behind a male torso in her trunk. 10 years later, reporter Bea Casely and private detective Brenda Bentley are going to reopen the case. Each has a personal tie to the story. Each thinks they know what happened. And each knows the other is going to screw this whole thing up. Join Bea, Brenda, and the rest of the Good People at Wheyface Radio as they attempt to answer once and for all: what happened to Julie Capsom?
By Wheyface Radio
In this five-episode podcast from Berklee Online, the online school of Berklee College of Music, we examine four very different musical acts, and track their progress across various crowdfunding platforms, including Kickstarter, PledgeMusic, and Indiegogo. We look at all the pertinent points of launching a successful crowdfunding campaign, and touch upon the history and the future of online music crowdfunding, through interviews with famous musicians, platform heads, and teachers from Berklee Online's esteemed Music Business department.
By Berklee Online
Get on your studded belts! This is ‘A Podcast You Can't Sweat Out’, where we review albums from a simpler time, when the most important aspect of your personality was the song on your MySpace music player. We’ll be warping back in time to rediscover the records that probably made your parents shake their heads in confusion, so bust out your Converse or Vans, send a few texts on your Sidekick, and prepare to be bamboozled.
By Zac Suskevich & Nicole Muzii
Take a new approach to finding love with Date Us! Instead of swiping or skimming through profiles, listen in as host Olivia Lin has intimate conversations with eligible singles giving you insight into their lives through their voices, stories, and experiences. Learn more and connect with them at dateuspodcast.com.
By Olivia Lin | Optimal Living Daily
Jeff Maxwell (Private Igor from M*A*S*H) and Ryan Patrick host a lively discussion of all things M*A*S*H, Hollywood, acting, and other jocularity. We will also feature interviews with super fans and creative geniuses who helped to create the greatest television show of all time. Step into the VIP tent, grab a heaping bowl of creamed weenies, and join the fun … because now, more than ever, M*A*S*H Matters.
By Jeff Maxwell & Ryan Patrick