Performing Arts Podcasts
Depending on who you ask, the Penumbra is either the grandest hotel this side of Nowhere or a twice-monthly podcast series. Each episode takes the form of a 30-50 minute radio play. The Penumbra is all about stories you recognize told in ways you won’t expect. Your femme fatale might be an homme fatale; you might find that not every haunting needs a ghost. Your criminal underworld might advertise on billboards ten miles tall, and when push comes to shove your home might have a bit more heart than you’re comfortable with. It’s never just a heist, a Western, an adventure. It’s the parts we think are still fresh about those genres — along with what we keep locked behind our doors. And what’s behind those doors, you ask? Well… see for yourself. The Penumbra is created and produced by Sophie Kaner and Kevin Vibert. Follow us on twitter at @thepenumbrapod.
By Sophie Kaner and Kevin Vibert
Audio Podcast for iPod / iPhone - Karla Gilbert, Karen Gilbert and Franklin McMahon host an uncut and uncensored after party audio podcast. Special guests stop by and anything goes, if you enjoy the Rumor Girls Video Podcast, check out this audio show where the girls get a chance to let their hair down and really say what is on their mind. Raise a glass and enjoy happy hour with Karla Gilbert, Karen Gilbert and Frank McMahon! Works with the new iPhone! www.rumorgirls.com
By fmstudio.com and rumorgirls.com
Gunsmoke is one of those long-running classic Old-Time Radio shows that everyone knows and remembers. It's also one that is still respected for its high values, in all aspects. Gunsmoke first aired on the CBS network on April 26, 1952, billed as the first adult western. It was set in Dodge City, Kansas in the 1870's.
By Gary D.
CBS Radio Mystery Theater (a.k.a. Radio Mystery Theater and Mystery Theater, sometimes abbreviated as CBSRMT) was a radio drama series created by Himan Brown that was broadcast on CBS Radio Network affiliates from 1974 to 1982, and later in the early 2000s was carried by the NPR satellite feed.
By Gary D.
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