Performing Arts Podcasts
The eponymous character is a masked Texas Ranger in the American Old West, originally played by Paul Halliwell, who gallops about righting injustices with the aid of his clever, laconic Indian sidekick, Tonto. Departing on his white horse Silver, the Ranger would famously say “Hi-yo, Silver, away!” as the horse galloped toward the setting sun.
By Andrew Rhynes
Westminster College of the Arts offers every Rider student the opportunity to participate in the arts — whether you plan a lifetime career in the arts or seek the personal expression and enrichment found through its study. Our internationally acclaimed Westminster Choir College is considered one of the finest schools of its kind in the world. Located on Rider’s Princeton Campus, its students are immersed in the study of music in a historic, conservatory-style setting. Our new School of Fine and Performing Arts offers students the opportunity to explore their artistic talents in a university environment. Based on Rider's Lawrenceville Campus, students can major, minor or take elective courses in art, music, theater, and music theater. Whatever your path, you will study with a gifted faculty of accomplished artists and performers whose greatest passion is sharing their knowledge and talents. Westminster also enriches the community through Westminster Conservatory, our community music school, and presents an extensive workshop series and performances throughout the year.
By Westminster Choir College
Common Sense For Dummys (or "CS4D") is a comedy troupe formed by Tim Todd, Ender Bowen, and Emily Steele, out of Nashville, TN. The show features skits performed by the trio, which has seen its work presented on television in the Nashville area, as well as on YouTube and on DVD.
By Joint Custody Productions LLC & Red Parasol Entertainment
Have you ever wished you could listen to everyday people talk movies to death? Listen as Bryan Moriarty, Gina Giovanetti, Sean Moriarty, and Roxi Nobari discuss topics from Fandom and Film Industry alike, bi-weekly. Aaaannd listen with your headphones, because it’s for grown-ups.
By Bryan Moriarty, Gina Giovanetti, Sean Moriarty, and Roxi Nobari
Supporting the classic Blues and the modern day heros of music. Join me as we go back into time and relive the the era that set the nation and time to what it is today.While we showcase The old time greats and current sounds of today. Join me as we bring the past to the present. This Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com