Performing Arts Podcasts
Decoder Ring Theatre presents new stories and characters inspired by the classic broadcasts of the Golden Age of Radio. The crimebusting exploits of The Red Panda - Canada's Greatest Superhero! The mystery of that hardest-boiled of detectives, Black Jack Justice... all this and more in full-length, full-cast recordings.
By Decoder Ring Theatre
I Love Olivia is a narrative, 10-episode, queer musical tragicomedy podcast which explores the function of loss in the creation of art as it tells the stories behind the songs. Some are true, and some fictionalize the rise and demise of a relationship between a rock star and a famous novelist.
By Viva DeConcini
On Acting: The American Immersion Theater Podcast is about making you a better actor. We focus our effort on the rising wave of immersion and experiential theater. We walk you step by step through The American Immersion Theater method of acting. To be a better actor we believe it’s not just about acting, it’s about interacting.
By Scott Cramton and Anessa Johnson, Acting Experts
Join celebrity parrot trainers Dave & Jamie Womach as they use their combined 35+ years of parrot training expertise to help you discover the root of & solve your parrot's behavioral problems. All of this with one mission in mind; To save parrots, one owner at a time! Entertaining, Educational, and Inspiring!
Need expert advice on handling dance studio dilemmas and drama? Suzanne Blake Gerety and Jill Tirone take real-life questions directly from our listeners and help you resolve your toughest, most frustrating or just-plain-complicated studio life predicaments. In each episode they tackle the topics that keep you awake at night from how to successfully navigate parent-problems, teacher turnover, student challenges, policy dilemmas, and much more. Join them as they feature innovators who pull back the curtain and offer timely ideas and solutions. We also love to keep things light and have fun along the way! We’re so excited for you to join the conversation.
By Dance Studio Owner
You have to suck at something before you can be good at it. River of Suck is real-talk about struggles with confidence, self-doubt and becoming the youest you. Host Andy Reiner and guests ranging from musicians to scientists parse tough questions about maintaining a healthy attitude in the face of impossible obstacles to the tune of bespoke music.
By Andy Reiner