Performing Arts Podcasts
Travel back in time to remember the good, bad, and awkward parts of growing up. Recorded live on stage, adults share the weird and wonderful things they wrote as children and teens. Embarrassing, moving, and hilarious, these readings are powerful reminders of who we used to be. The Guardian says "it has much charm," while Splitsider describes GRTTWaK as "equal parts cringe-worthy and cathartic." RIYL: RISK!, The Moth, Mortified, My Teenage Diary, True Story
By Dan Misener
Experts on storytelling in film, comics, and other media, as well as generally nerdy people, gather their forces to bring you podcasts on films adapted from other media. Featuring James Janowsky, screenwriter and screenwriting instructor at www.ScreenExperience.com, Skid Maher, a founding member of the Glass Cannon Network of Podcasts (check out the Glass Cannon Podcast, it’s amazing), Andy Schmidt (comics and video game writer, IP developer and founder of www.ComicsExperience.com). We’ll give you our source material we’re drawing from, and then we’ll discuss the films in question. Occasionally, we’ll have interviews with comic creators, novelists, video game professionals, as well as screenwriters and directors.
By Comics Experience
What happens when the clock ticks past midnight? What causes the inexplicable and supernatural to become all too logical and real? What is hiding just in the corner of your eye, just out of sight? What are THE WITCHING HOURS? An anthology of eerie audio dramas, in the mould of THE TWILIGHT ZONE, BLACK MIRROR and THE OUTER LIMITS. Created by award-winning New Zealand playwright Uther Dean and produced by the theatre company My Accomplice (myaccomplice.co.nz) that Uther runs with his friends Hannah and Paul. This is their first podcast. We record them live at the wonderful BATS theatre (bats.co.nz) and couldn’t do it without the Creative Communities funding support from Wellington City Council and Creative New Zealand.
By My Accomplice
The Actor's Resource podcast is hosted by actor and improviser, Alya Lei. This (randomly published) podcast shares inspiring interviews and helpful resources from guest experts in the Entertainment Industry, for actors and improvisers along their creative journey.
By Alya Lei
A regular podcast that brings you arts, culture and comedy related news, reviews, interviews and more. Hosted by comedian Jay Islaam and recorded at various locations in the United Kingdom. The Comedy Cannon speaks to different artists every week about what inspires them, their process, the sacrifices necessary to express their message, and the joys and sorrows of being a creative in their respective fields. Find us online at www.comedycannon.com and on social media: www.twitter.com/comedycannon and www.facebook.com/comedycannon
By Jay Islaam
Alex and Nick (from the Midwest Film Nerds Podcast and Gone to Texas) sit down each week to discuss the latest episode of HBO's Westworld. With directors like Jonathan Nolan, Michelle MacLaren, Neil Marshall, Vincenzo Natali, and more, the show is poised to be the next big thing from HBO! This podcast will have new episodes coming out every week a new episode of HBO's Westworld airs. Visit Westworld.fm for all episodes, tweet us @westworldfm and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
By Midwest Podcast Network