Performing Arts Podcasts
One hour podcasts of the best in theatre pipe organ in good quality mp3 192 kbps format for lower bandwidth streaming and medium quality audio systems. Great American and British Songbooks, Musicals, Light Orchestral and Classical Transcription music played on theatre/cinema pipe organs.
By Steve Ashley
DPAC (Durham Performing Arts Center) is North Carolina's center for live entertainment. From Broadway theatre, to concerts, comedy shows, and more, there's something for everyone at DPAC. On Backstage at DPAC, you’ll have the chance to go backstage and hear interviews and stories with the talent – the actors, directors, tour managers, and more - as well as the people inside DPAC who make it so special.
Marigold just got a new job. She's the new caretaker of a place on the outskirts of town called Carnival Home. There's a slight problem though. The last caretaker quit because she said it was haunted, and her best friend feels like there is something dark at the place. And the job at Carnival Home is just the beginning! A 4 part limited series.
By Haunted Griffin Entertainment
In a fantasy futuristic world, Vega Rex is employed by her government to kill off the world's worst criminals. She's never met a criminal she couldn't catch...until now. Join Vega as she journeys through a world of bumbling apprentices, powerful technogods, and her biggest challenge yet. Hosted by Ivuoma Okoro.
By Ivuoma Okoro
The London Necropolis Railway is an original, full cast audio drama podcast that premiered in fall 2018. The story takes place in London’s underground system where an organisation called The London Necropolis Railway moves the souls of the dead out of London to avoid the city getting overrun with hauntings. Barney works at the LNR, he’s one of the ghouls whose job it is to ensure that the souls end up on the trains that take them to the hereafter. He is bored with his job and tired of his endless existence when one day a soul refuses get on the train. The soul, a private investigator named Agnes, convinces Barney to help her catch the demon she was hunting when she died. Together they have to confront his boss, the demon that wants them dead, and even death itself. The show is is inspired by the real London Necropolis Railway which was active from the middle of the 1800s to the middle of the 1900s. It was a train line that moved dead bodies out of London to a cemetery 40 minutes outside of the city. The BBC has called it ‘the spookiest, strangest train line in British history.’ The podcast is part of denandrasidan.se - a project based in Sweden that uses fiction to tackle difficult themes such as death, suicide, and existential questions in a way that makes them approachable for young people.The goal is to create platforms online that can both encourage young people to share their thoughts and emotions around the subject, and to show them that they are not alone in their experiences. CAST Alex Lawther as Barney Olga Amelia Silkina as Agnes Charlie Vero-Martin as Siobhan Connor Jones as the Head Collector Patrik Karlson as Peter CREW Writer and Director: Hillevi Gustafson Sound designer: Mathias Schlegel Producer: Amanda Romare First Assistant Director: Adina Romare Production Assistant: Maja Lindberg LNR is made possible by the support of Allmänna Arvsfonden, Region Skånes Sociala Investeringsfond, and BoostHbg.
By LNR Podcast
All artists have experienced it: the dread of being asked the simple question, “So, what are you up to?” The truth is, we all have an answer, but so few of us feel like we have the right answer. On this podcast, we’ll ask some brave artists this dreaded question, and we’ll unpack the different ways they find fulfillment inside and outside of their artistic field.
By Lili Torre