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Cryptic Canticles brings you Bram Stoker's Dracula presented as a Radio Play, released on the days of the journal entries in podcast format. The text is taken from Bram Stoker's classic novel, but presented in character with enhanced audio and music effects.
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The Radioplay Hour

The Drama Merchant

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From the 1920s to 1950s, sitting around the radio – or wireless as some called it – to take in a popular series or variety programs was a family ritual…. Join The Drama Merchant and his cast as they bring back the listening experience, and fuel the imagination with recreations of old radio drama's with live sound effects, interviews, historical news updates, some times old ads and local musical talent in the guise of The Radioplay Hour!
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Synesthesia Theatre

Burning Brigid Media

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Stories you watch with your ears. A professionally-produced full-cast audio drama podcast presenting 8-12 part serials across a variety of genre and story types, featuring some of Chicago's premier vocal talent.
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The award-winning fantasy-comedy! In Alba Salix, overworked, cynical witch Alba tends to the health of the King, Queen and citizens of the kingdom of Farloria, with the help of her obnoxious apprentice Magnus and an absent-minded fairy named Holly. The spinoff The Axe & Crown follows the misadventures of Gubbin the troll tavernkeeper, his clueless landlord Stan and his shady niece Betula. Support us here!
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Words Out West is a literary podcast spotlighting both established and emerging writers from Montana and the western United States, along with their poems, stories, songs, radio plays and other forms of the spoken word.
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The Chronicles of Oz

info@crossovers.org

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Embark on a mesmerizing audio adventure with 'The Chronicles of Oz' podcast. Immerse yourself in a modern adaptation of L. Frank Baum's timeless 'Wizard of Oz' series, featuring captivating storytelling, dynamic characters, and immersive sound design. Follow Dorothy's epic journey down the Yellow Brick Road, encountering enchanting friends, wicked adversaries, and life-changing lessons along the way. Join us as we blend the magical world of Oz with the intrigue of 'The West Wing'. Subscribe ...
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The Yellow Wallpaper: A Radioplay in Two Acts

The Malicious Basement Theatre Company

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Something stands behind the pattern and the ghastly yellow emptiness of the wallpaper. A prisoner within her own home, Jane is condemned to a bed with the words ”hysteria” left on her lips. Nothing to do, but to watch the yellow paper crinkle and age as time goes by. Doctors (and husbands) orders, after all. The problem is, something is looking back. Based on the Novel by Charlotte Perkins Gilman Written by Xander Chung Directed by Mylène Choicoine Starring: Marissa Blair as Jane Jordan Pren ...
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LaTesha, Marcus, and Karen are on a road trip from Philadelphia to Ithaca, NY and end up stranded at a roadside bar in podunk Pennsylvania when a snowstorm derails their big weekend party plans. They thought being locked-in with the questionable locals would be their biggest problem. They never expected the horror that was coming just beyond the snow drifts. Cast (in order of appearance): Narrator - Hector Navarro, Private Martinez/Lieutenant Buckley - Ryan Palmieri, LaTesha Harding - Alita ...
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Lady Aesculapius

Southgate Media Group

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Why limit yourself to one version of reality? Lady Aesculapius is a bohemian traveler between alternate worlds, and she's taking on her friend Jason Jackson to see wonders--but there's something threatening the infinite variation of reality, and now Aesc and Jason will have to make their way through dystopias, baking contests, and avoid getting copyrighted by a planet in order to save the day. Humor, character drama, and adventure await you in this new fiction podcast from 10,000 Dawns. Crea ...
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Newly disgraced Captain Joanna Williams breaks out of prison with the help of her lieutenant, Jackson Collins. Together they enlist the help of their navigator and his autistic brother, Jerry, and all devise a plan to steal back their airship and fly away from the country who betrayed them and now calls them traitor.
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The New York Crimes is a modern radio play. It is about two twenty-something brothers who live an underachieving existence in Brooklyn, until they are hired by a reclusive writer to be private investigators for his detective agency. http://thenycrimes.com
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Yellowfin Grouper, P.I.

Jed Feder, Matt Deitchman, and others

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A musical radio play for all ages! Yellowfin Grouper, P.I. is one of the most celebrated crime stoppers to grace the ocean floor. Dive in with Yellowfin and his friends as they crack open the sea's biggest cases. Water you waiting for? Written and created by Matt Deitchman and Jed Feder. Surf to YellowfinGrouperPI.com for more!
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10,000 Dawns, by James Wylder, Illustrated by Annie Zhu In the far flung future, Graelyn Scythes is trying desperately to get out of her normal life, and takes a job in an underwater city, which isn't what it appears to be. The secret project being worked on there will take her on an adventure far beyond anything she'd imagined, joined by a mysterious cyborg named Archimedes, the pair don't just have the Universe to explore: they have every Universe.
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With the best of intentions, the narrator of this poetic, seriocomic, three-part podcast, Miss Experience White, summons the Demon of White America, Tyrannosaurus Wonderbread, and his Pearly White Retinue. These magical efforts lead her to an uncomfortable moment of reckoning. Immersive sound design by Earwax Productions plunges the listener into the surrealism of the poetry. Written and performed by Milo Starr Johnson, produced by The Tea Club and Jim McKee. Featuring the music of It Thing, ...
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Welcome to Invaders From Planet 3, the podcast where we talk about science fiction, fantasy, and all points in between. Each episode we'll talk with authors and others connected to speculative fiction about the books, short stories, movies, TV shows, radio plays, or comics that made them fall in love with the genre. We'll also discuss their approach to their craft, what's good in sf today, and a galaxy of other topics. Join us for other discussions on bloginhood.com
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KUMASAN is a fantasy-fiction podcast with a continuing, weekly storyline. The series is a mixture of radioplay and audiobook; with uniquely voiced characters, sound effects, and richly detailed narration. If you're a fan of stories like Conan, John Carter, Lord of the Rings, or the kinds of yarns spun around the D&D table, you will love this series by legendary artist David Paul Seymour!
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Night Owl Theatre

Swamp Witch Studio

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Storytelling is a bridge to understanding. Night Owl Theatre, an audio drama podcast, features a new original play every episode — driven by the mission to explore big cultural and political moments through the lens of those small stories of the individual. Subscribe to Night Owl Theatre in your favorite podcast app. A Swamp Witch Studio production. swampwitchstudio.com
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The Radio Spin Show was created for no sensible reason, other than to give the author, and regular Radioplay Hour collaborator, D. A. Kennedy a bit of a giggle. It is a spoof on journalism featuring news, fake news, interviews, talk back, and a few other surprises along the way.
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the podcast explores great music which does not enjoy radioplay due to monopoly by big promotion companies yet this songs surpass those that enjoy the airplay. For the rest of the period I will help you uncover alot of hidden gems and will rank them in top 10 for you
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Radio Theatre Group

Radio Theatre Group

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Radio Theatre Group are a theatre company with a difference. Our output includes live theatre, radio broadcasts and audio drama. Several of our productions are available here to listen or download and we will add more on a regular basis.
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A fun rotating format with your two favorite hosts: Jesse and Paul. Released on a regular schedule of "whenever we feel like it," Jesse and Paul might be interviewing a comedian friend, discussing a bad movie, staging a radio play, or anything else they might feel like doing. It's the show that will constantly have you asking, "What is it this time?"
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Hear short, contemporary stage plays with first-rate casts. Playing on Air brings together award winners and emerging young talent, and each play is followed by a conversation with the playwrights and cast. Tune in for great American plays with great American actors, hosted and produced by Claudia Catania.
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An absolutely new initiative and Technology by Organizational Theatre. OT Radio is a one stop platform for all kinds of news, reviews, interviews, programs, expert talks, and radio plays beaming programs to our listeners across the globe.​ ​We now have three dedicated sections, Radio dramas, Theatre Documentaries, & Original Theatre Music. ​ Radio Dramas are dramatized acoustic performances of stories, told by practitioners from various theatre companies from India and outside India Theatre ...
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Lady from Day is a story about an adventurer Lia (Sophie Neveu) and her group of companions and their quest to save the princess Daschl Feyris (Cerhiunnhn) from her malady. The princess is cursed with an appetite that doesn't cease unless she is asleep. She is always hungry and has been eating all of the kingdom's food. Lia, her counterpart Siegfried (JauntyHat) roam Feyris and the outlying regions in search of a cure for the princess. Through their journey they meet up with some unexpected ...
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Sonic Tales

Sonic Tales

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Sonic Tales brings the very best of Australian playwriting to you through our originally produced, contemporary radio plays. Hosted by Tegan Nicholls and produced by Gill Falson and Eastside Radio, Sonic Tales delves into the creative play-making process, bringing you interviews with the writers, actors and sound designers involved in the tales as we uncover just what it takes to tell tales like these. Each episode concludes with a brand new, originally produced radio play, to make you laugh ...
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The Judgment Night Radio Hour

Skyler Q. Andrews and Sam Ellis

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"The Judgment Night Radio Hour" is an audio drama and fiction anthology podcast featuring lurid, rousing tales of existential angst, metaphysical mayhem, spiritual crisis, sin, repentance, redemption, justice, and judgment. Wrought and recorded in the style of an old fire-and-brimstone AM gospel radio broadcast, this series of short stories and radio plays is hosted and narrated by the apocalyptic Reverend Reginald Cephas Weaver, III who gives soul-stirring "sermons" in the form of Southern ...
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17. The Old Housekeeper's Last Comment The Radioplay Hour presents to you chapter 17 of The Master of the World, written by Jules Verne and Narrated by Nathan Schulz. This is the Final Episode of our story. Visit our website and check out the audio theatre page for the Pay-What-You-Think scheme and enjoy the entire story at your own pace and ad fre…
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Episode Synopsis: Jonathan Harker discovers that the Count has stolen away all of Jonathan’s paper, notes, and maps. He has also stolen his traveling suit. Harker fears a treacherous scheme is upon him. Episode Synopsis: Jonathan Harker discovers that the Count has stolen away all of Jonathan’s paper, notes, and maps. He has also stolen his traveli…
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Jonathan Harker seizes upon a chance to pay some visiting Szgany workers to send letters home- one to his employer, Peter Hawkins, and a coded shorthand letter to Mina. However, these workers turn them over to the Count, who opens them. He sends on the letter to Hawkins, but destroys the illegible letter to Mina. Follow us on Twitter.com/CryptiCant…
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John Seward picks up the pieces from his rejected proposal to Lucy Westenra by returning to work. He begins to study one of his inmates, R.M, Renfield.Quincy Morris invites his dear friend Arthur Holmwood to an evening of drinking and revelry with himself and John Seward. He cautions him not to gloat excessively about winning Lucy’s hand. Follow us…
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16 In the Name of the Law The Radioplay Hour presents to you chapter 16 of The Master of the World, written by Jules Verne and Narrated by Nathan Schulz. For the next 17 weeks, tune in every Wednesday to hear the latest chapter of our story. Or, if you prefer, visit our website and check out the audio theatre page for the Pay-What-You-Think scheme …
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Having fallen asleep in a strange room in the Count’s Castle, Jonathan Harker awakes to the sight of three ethereal ladies watching him. Pretending to be asleep, Jonathan waits while one of them presses her lips to his neck before the Count appears in a rage driving the women away from him. The Count produces a bag containing a human baby, which th…
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Lucy Westenra writes to Mina Murray about the latest gossip. She is spending a lot of time with Arthur Holmwood, and her mother thinks him a fine fellow. Arthur introduced her to a man named Dr. John Seward, owner of his own lunatic asylum, who Lucy thinks is remarkably resolute. She feels that Seward is trying to read her, but she evades him. Lucy…
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Jonathan observes the Count climbing down the wall from his window several more times, and notices that the Castle is built on an outcropping so it is only accessible from one side. Once the Count was out of the castle, Jonathan goes exploring and finds the the front door was locked, and the key missing so he might not escape. He discovers a door w…
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The Radioplay Hour presents to you chapter 15 of The Master of the World, written by Jules Verne and Narrated by Nathan Schulz. For the next 17 weeks, tune in every Wednesday to hear the latest chapter of our story. Or, if you prefer, visit our website and check out the audio theatre page for the Pay-What-You-Think scheme and enjoy the entire story…
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Jonathan Harker continues to be a guest of the Count. The Count begins to ask questions about how business is conducted in London, and whether he might employ multiple solicitors so that the whole of his business isn’t known by one man. He then asks Jonathan to write to his loved ones and tell them that he will be staying with the Count for a full …
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Mina Murray writes to her best friend, Lucy Westenra. Mina tells Lucy that she is learning shorthand so that she might assist her fiance, Jonathan Harker, once he returns from his business trip abroad. To that end, she will keep a journal and hone her mind to remember the details of her days. She asks Lucy to tell her of the latest gossip of Lucy’s…
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The Count throws away Jonathan's traveling mirror when Jonathan starts to suspect that the Count casts no reflection. It dawns upon Jonathan that he is unable to leave the castle, and that the Count is secretly performing all the servants' duties. Jonathan resolves himself to try and discover all he can about the Count in case a chance to escape mi…
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The Radioplay Hour presents to you chapter 14 of The Master of the World, written by Jules Verne and Narrated by Nathan Schulz. For the next 17 weeks, tune in every Wednesday to hear the latest chapter of our story. Or, if you prefer, visit our website check out the audio theatre page for the Pay-What-You-Think scheme and enjoy the entire story at …
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The Count returns late in the day to find Jonathan passing the time in his library. The Count presses Jonathan to stay with him for a while and help him improve his English so as to eradicate his accent. He welcomes Jonathan to explore his home, but cautions him to avoid any locked doors. When asked, Dracula explains that the blue flames in the woo…
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Jonathan Harker, while traveling to meet the Count, pondered gravely at the reactions of the peasants around him, as they murmur indistinctly about the supernatural horrors that await him. The peasant coachman hurried the horses over the picturesque terrain so as to arrive at the rendezvous point a full hour early. He was foiled, however, when the …
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The Count has sent money sufficient to pay for a carriage to carry Jonathan Harker to his castle. The townspeople act peculiarly, however, when the subject of the count is raised. His landlady at inn begged Jonathan not to go, for the following day is St. George's Day, when evil is most powerful. She pressed upon him a crucifix, which he reluctantl…
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The Radioplay Hour presents to you chapter 13 of The Master of the World, written by Jules Verne and Narrated by Nathan Schulz. For the next 17 weeks, tune in every Wednesday to hear the latest chapter of our story. Or, if you prefer, visit our website and check out the audio theatre page for the Pay-What-You-Think scheme and enjoy the entire story…
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The Radioplay Hour presents to you chapter 12 of The Master of the World, written by Jules Verne and Narrated by Nathan Schulz. For the next 17 weeks, tune in every Wednesday to hear the latest chapter of our story. Or, if you prefer, visit our website and check out the audio theatre page for the Pay-What-You-Think scheme and enjoy the entire story…
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The Radioplay Hour presents to you chapter 11 of The Master of the World, written by Jules Verne and Narrated by Nathan Schulz. For the next 17 weeks, tune in every Wednesday to hear the latest chapter of our story. Or, if you prefer, visit our website and check out the audio theatre page for the Pay-What-You-Think scheme and enjoy the entire story…
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The Radioplay Hour presents to you chapter 10 of The Master of the World, written by Jules Verne and Narrated by Nathan Schulz. For the next 17 weeks, tune in every Wednesday to hear the latest chapter of our story. Or, if you prefer, visit our website and check out the audio theatre page for the Pay-What-You-Think scheme and enjoy the entire story…
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The Radioplay Hour presents to you chapter 9 of The Master of the World, written by Jules Verne and Narrated by Nathan Schulz. For the next 17 weeks, tune in every Wednesday to hear the latest chapter of our story. Or, if you prefer, visit our website and check out the audio theatre page for the Pay-What-You-Think scheme and enjoy the entire story …
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The Radioplay Hour presents to you chapter 8 of The Master of the World, written by Jules Verne and Narrated by Nathan Schulz. For the next 17 weeks, tune in every Wednesday to hear the latest chapter of our story. Or, if you prefer, visit our website and check out the audio theatre page for the Pay-What-You-Think scheme and enjoy the entire story …
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The Radioplay Hour presents to you chapter 6 of The Master of the World, written by Jules Verne and Narrated by Nathan Schulz. For the next 17 weeks, tune in every Wednesday to hear the latest chapter of our story. Or, if you prefer, visit our website and check out the audio theatre page for the Pay-What-You-Think scheme and enjoy the entire story …
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The Radioplay Hour presents to you chapter 5 of The Master of the World, written by Jules Verne and Narrated by Nathan Schulz. For the next 17 weeks, tune in every Wednesday to hear the latest chapter of our story. Or, if you prefer, visit our website and check out the audio theatre page for the Pay-What-You-Think scheme and enjoy the entire story …
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The Radioplay Hour presents to you chapter 4 of The Master of the World, written by Jules Verne and Narrated by Nathan Schulz. For the next 17 weeks, tune in every Wednesday to hear the latest chapter of our story. Or, if you prefer, visit our website and check out the audio theatre page for the Pay-What-You-Think scheme and enjoy the entire story …
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The Radioplay Hour presents to you chapter 3 of The Master of the World, written by Jules Verne and Narrated by Nathan Schulz. For the next 17 weeks, tune in every Wednesday to hear the latest chapter of our story. Or, if you prefer, visit our website and check out Audio Theatre page for the Pay-What-You-Think scheme and enjoy the entire story at y…
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The Radioplay Hour presents to you chapter 2 of The Master of the World, written by Jules Verne and Narrated by Nathan Schulz. For the next 17 weeks, tune in every Wednesday to hear the latest chapter of our story. Or, if you prefer, visit our website and check out audio theatre for the Pay-What-You-Think scheme and enjoy the entire story at your o…
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The Radioplay Hour has presents to you the first chapter of The Master of the World, written by Jules Verne and Narrated by Nathan Schulz. For the next 17 weeks, tune in every Wednesday to hear the latest chapter of our story. Or, if you prefer, visit our website for the Pay-What-You-Think scheme and enjoy the entire story at your own pace. For the…
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In this episode of Comic Shorts, Vincent Magpie – Funeral Director is going door-to-door selling his services. The trouble with door-to-door sales is that Vincent often gets a door slammed right in his face! However, if they don’t buy now, they’ll be back…one day! Starring: Kevin Beetlestone as Francis Donahue. Written by Kevin Beetlestone. Music b…
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In this episode of Comic Shorts, Francis Donahue – Celebrity Stalker is writing to Daniel Craig, who Francis has recently become obsessed with. Here’s hoping Daniel responds lovingly, otherwise there may be dire consequences! Starring: Kevin Beetlestone as Francis Donahue. Written by Kevin Beetlestone. Music by Augusto Diniz.…
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In this episode of Comic Shorts, two sisters, Allegra and Ophelia Bayswater are at each other's throats due the annual Bayswater Christmas letter, which gives us an insight into the lifestyle choices of this very bizarre family. The Bayswaters wish you a Merry Christmas a happy New Year! Starring: Thomas Eridani as Allegra Bayswater and Kevin Beetl…
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A confession about two traumatic early life events involving an abandoned quarry. A tale of dread, suspense, and horror from Scottish writer, Michael Whitehouse. This is a performance piece that was recorded live in one take. Support my work: http://www.patreon.com/michaelwhitehouse Listen to the podcast version by searching 'Ghastly Tales Podcast'…
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In BONNET, the incredibly talented John Patrick Shanley’s marital (and sometimes martial) comedy of manners, Dan (John Turturro) has a few questions for his wife Ava (Debra Messing) when she appears at the breakfast table with a meaningful new accessory. BONNET, written and directed by the Tony Award, Academy Award, and Pulitzer Prize-winning Shanl…
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