Performing Arts Podcasts
Short stories and skits of varying lengths and writing styles are narrated, performed and dramatized by skilled actors. Either choose them at random, or select your favorite literary genre according to your mood. Crime Without Grime may be lighthearted or murder most foul; The Spouse Trap covers marital discord which may be funny or may be dark; Life In The Slow Lane offers anecdotal stories from suburbia that may make you laugh – or cry, while Wannarbee Bond is a pulp fiction spoof with overtones of Mickey Spillane. There are also stories that you may find Makes You Think and will provide a conversation thread with friends who are fellow listeners. But at all times we hope you will find stories to interest, intrigue and enjoy.
By Breanda Cross
For decades, in rural Western Pennsylvania, the government has been capturing, containing and storing dangerous Cryptids in huge underground catacombs in a top-secret program known as Project "No Talky Abouty". They also built a town to house the most notorious and strangest criminals from the witness relocation program right over top of those catacombs. That town is called Dunglewood. Now the government's precious secrets are about to be revealed to all as one of their experiments has proven to be too strong and too stupid to be contained. Mostly too stupid. Join Zeke Delfour, Vlad the Vampire, Jenny the Kill-bot, and Elvis Aaron Pressley, who is also a Necromancer for some reason and their all-star cast on the super popular podcast Squatch Smashers!
By Darren Esler
TALKING BAY 94 is the only Star Wars podcast solely devoted to interviews with the cast, crew and creators from a galaxy far, far away. Join host Brandon Wainerdi (huge DVD special feature dork), for a weekly deep dive into some never-before-heard stories from the set and Skywalker Ranch. From background aliens to some of the biggest stars in the universe, Talking Bay 94 will be trying to talk to them all, every Wednesday.
By Star Wars
Letter writing is a dying art. With the advent social networking, text messaging, and ignoring your problems and loved ones, nobody writes letters anymore. I’m here to push against the trend, to be that letter writing equivalent of that hipster guy who still rides a pennyfarthing. I’m just one stupid person who writes letters to anyone about anything, and I’d be honored to write one to you. My name is Alyssa and this is Letter Talk.
By Alyssa Cowan
Spoleto Backstage is a limited series podcast which takes you behind the curtain to meet the artists and people who make Spoleto Festival USA happen in Charleston. You're invited to places you can't buy a ticket for to see how opera, theater, dance, and more are made. Join host Adam Parker, arts reporter for the Post and Courier, for six episodes between May 14 and June 11 to hear the stories behind Spoleto Festival USA 2019 and Piccolo Spoleto Festival 2019.
By Sean Birch
Cashflow For Creatives is a limited-series podcast which exists to help creative professionals learn how to build lean, low-overhead, low-cost, profitable streams of supplemental income to help fund (but not overwhelm) their artistic pursuits. Change Strategist Kristine Oller invited four very different creatives to work one-on-one with her over the course of several months so that you, too, could learn from the guidance that she shares with them as they start to grow four very different side hustles. This podcast offers proof that, by continuing to put one foot in front of the other in an effective, strategic way, you can, over time, strengthen your business muscles and improve your financial situation – all while making progress in your creative career. More info about Kristine, plus additional resources and support (to help you generate concepts, clients, clear communication, and cash), are available at: CashflowForCreatives.com
By Kristine Oller: Change Strategist for Creative Professionals
Learn to tell better stories from the producers of Speak Up, a Hartford-based storytelling organization. 45-time Moth StorySLAM champion and 6-time GrandSLAM champion Matthew Dicks partners with his wife, Elysha Dicks, to share stories recorded from years of Speak Up shows. More importantly, they offer tips, feedback, strategies, and advice on these stories, all in an effort to help you tell your best stories.
By Matthew and Elysha Dicks