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Spoilerpiece Theatre

Evan Crean, Megan Kearns, and David Riedel

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Boston film critics Evan Crean, Megan Kearns, and David Riedel help you decide what to watch by sharing spoiler-filled reviews of the latest blockbusters and independent films, across genres, including films by women, nonbinary, LGBTQ+, and BIPOC filmmakers. Opening music: "My Life as a God" by Augean Stables. Closing music: "Pants Party" by Oilhead. Show edited by Otto Klammer. Logo design by Rita Csizmadia.
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Interval Theatre, Brum Radio's weekly theatre show is now available with just the interviews as a podcast. Check back regularly for new interviews and listen to Interval Theatre Tuesdays at 3pm only on Brum Radio. For more information visit https://brumradio.com/intervaltheatre or follow Interval Theatre on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook twitter.com/IntervalTheatre @IntervalTheatre
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Conversations about things Shakespearean, including new developments in Shakespeare studies and Shakespearean performance and education across the globe. These talks are also available on YouTube under the search term, 'Speaking of Shakespeare'. This series is made possible by institutional support from Aoyama Gakuin University (AGU) in central Tokyo and is also supported by a generous grant from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS).
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Decoder Ring Theatre

Decoder Ring Theatre

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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.
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RHLSTP with Richard Herring

Sky Potato, Go Faster Stripe and Fuzz Productions

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RHLSTP is an award-winning series in which comedian Richard Herring ("The Podfather" - The Guardian) chats with some of the biggest names in comedy and entertainment. Stephen Fry, Eddie Izzard, Dawn French, David Mitchell, Katherine Ryan and Brian Blessed are amongst the many stars to have been interviewed across the 400+ episodes... Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/rhlstp. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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A backstage look into the process and exploration of theatre creation. From artists, designers, and patrons of the acclaimed boutique professional theatre in Charleston, South Carolina, join us as we talk character, story, process, and jump into the crossroads where art and life intersect. KEEP IT PURE
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The official podcast of AMERICAN THEATRE, the national publication for the American not-for-profit theatre. Range of topics include playwright interviews, critical roundtable discussions and the latest shows coming up as recommended by our staff.
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JTP Theatre is a multi-award-winning group, producing their own material at festivals and other events, as well as on BBC Radio and local radio. Our podcast will bring you short comedy or drama plays and monologues every week. You can follow JTP Theatre on Instagram and Facebook.
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What made audio drama great? Retrospection Radio Theatre is a relieving blast from the past with unique, daring stories told in classic, nostalgic dramas. Founded on January 25th, 2018 by Noah Martin, Retrospection Radio Theatre dares to tell stories that others won't.
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Nods & Pops

Sarah Lantry-Griffith & Lisa Loxley

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Weekly-ish podcast where two pop culture junkies share our thoughts on the hottest offerings on stage & screen and rate everything based on how many times they put us to sleep. We watch all the things so you don’t have to. Tune in & join the conversation!
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The Political Party

The Political Party

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Comedian, Broadcaster (and former political adviser) Matt Forde presents The Political Party, the show where renowned politicians and experts open up and give their most honest, revealing and often hilarious answers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Conversations revealing the cultural and emotional impact of our favorite musicals in theatre history. On each episode of “A Musical Theatre Podcast,” Jeff welcomes a special guest to explore one musical from theatre history. Together they get to the heart of the show’s cultural and emotional impact by looking at its creators, context, and storytelling. Always fun and heartfelt, this is the podcast to celebrate the humanity of our musical theatre art form.
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Theatre of the Mind Players

Theatre of the Mind Players

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Join Rob Wieland, Jordan Fishburn, Tony Cheek, Ethan Eichstedt-Anderson, Tawnie Thompson, Sarah Babe, and Tech-master Brad Davies as we explore new role-playing games and exciting one-shot tabletop RPGs! Support the team on Patreon! http://bit.ly/MindPlayersPat
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To Be Taboo

Not So Nice! Theatre Company

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Not So Nice! Theatre Company presents To Be Taboo! With Matthew Attwood, Grace Baker and Eleanor Tate. Come and take a peak into the hectic lives of three friends trying to make it in the industry... and podcasting. It's a process guys.
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A celebration and recreation of the old days of radio with modern stories relatable to today. So settle into your easy chairs and gather around your RCA Victor console...or iPhone, Android, iPad, etc...and enjoy. Welcome to Random Thursdays Radio Theatre....the future of old radio.
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Welcome to The Abandoned Theatre! Actor and writer Alex Hill interviews guests who have become the proud new artistic director of an abandoned theatre. It's their job to programme a new season to get the theatre up and running again using the plays and musicals that mean the most to them. This podcast explores the lives of brilliant people through their theatrical experiences. The Abandoned Theatre Podcast is a RoxyDog Production created and conceived by Alex Hill.
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Lights Up!

The Real Putney Theatre Company

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Entertaining, thrilling and uplifting the Putney Theatre Company's dedicated podcast features show reviews, interviews with directors, cast and crew, and feedback from our wonderful audiences. We're a regional theatre working with the community to encourage new writing, new actors, offering fresh perspectives and familiar drama. Come and see us at the South West End!
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Monthly podcast featuring interviews with theatre professionals of all types--from playwrights to techies to producers. If it has to do with theatre--in any part of the world--we have it covered! We also do readings of short plays. Since 2013! #theatre #theater #playwriting #acting #directing #dramaturgy #producing. Questions? Comments? Email us at onstageoffstagepodcast@gmail.com!
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Amy Thornton (Moulin Rouge / Evita) co-hosts The West End Frame Show! Andrew and Amy discuss Hadestown (Lyric Theatre) and Hamilton (Victoria Palace Theatre) as well as the latest news about Donny Osmond, Wild About You, Claudia Kariuki, Miriam Margolyes and more. Amy recently completed her run as Nini in the West End production of Moulin Rogue (Pi…
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Join your host Alex Hill as he appoints a new artistic director at The Abandoned Theatre. A theatre so old and derelict which is in serious need of TLC and an artistic director who programmes a season of plays and musicals that mean the most to them! Today's artistic director: Charlie Brooks Charlie is an amazing actor, best known for her role as J…
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Celebrating our 19th season of audio adventure! Visit www.patreon.com/GreggTaylor to show your support! The third Red Panda adventure novel, now finally available in audiobook format through Decoder Ring Theatre. A city beset by the darkness and desperation of the Depression balances upon a knife edge, ready to plunge into chaos and despair. The fo…
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NINE surprised Broadway in 1982 when it opened last minute and proved to be a formidable foe to the other big hit of the season, DREAMGIRLS. It was also a musical that couldn't seem to escape drama, whether onstage at the hands of lead character Guido Contini or off. Here this week to discuss the highs and lows of this stylish and somewhat avant-ga…
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A Lesson Before Dying is sponsored by the California Civil Liberties Public Education Program, a state-funded grant project of the California State Library. Based on Ernest J. Gaines’ National Book Critics Circle Award-winning novel, Romulus Linney’s adaptation of A Lesson Before Dying is set in a small Louisiana Cajun community in the late 1940s. …
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The Mutual Stage: A Cold Night's Death The Mutual Stage returns with another exciting play, hosted by Jack Ward and starring the Narada Radio Company. This time, we present "A Cold Night's Death", adapted from a 1973 ABC-TV Movie of the Week and directed by Pete Lutz. NASA Scientists Robert Jones and Frank Enari are sent to the top of the world to …
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The year is 1890. Detective Sergeant John Billings is an honest and hard working man who has risen swiftly through the ranks to become one of Scotland Yard's youngest detectives. But in his private life he struggles with the demons of loneliness and morphine addiction. While Scotland Yard is in the midst of foiling a Russian counterfeiting operatio…
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Isn’t it "people who DON'T need people are the luckiest people in the world?" It’s the Gospel according to Barbra! Today we look at the role that made Barbara Streisand's early career: the role of Fanny Brice in Jule Styne & Bob Merrill’s 1964 musical Funny Girl and the 1968 film directed by William Wyler. We talk about: The Greatest Star: The phen…
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It’s been two weeks since we talked horror at Spoilerpiece, so Megan and Dave remedied that by watching Teresa Sutherland’s LOVELY, DARK AND DEEP, a bump-in-the-night-type thriller that plays out in a national park. While Megan and Dave came to roughly similar conclusions about the movie’s technical aspects and Georgina Cambell’s lead performance, …
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Erotophobe ladette Sammy (24) is unexpectedly thrown on-air under the mononym 'Angelique', where she naively takes on the persona of an audio dominatrix. Set in the late 1990s with ladette culture in full swing, and the pre #metoo assumption that all young women are obsessed with sex, this semi-autobiographical audio drama from Tash Desborough hits…
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Luke Baker is starring as Zack Mayo in the UK tour of An Officer and a Gentleman The Musical. Based on the 80s movie, An Officer and a Gentleman The Musical has a book by Douglas Day Stewart and Sharleen Cooper Cohen. The production is directed by Nikolai Foster who is Artistic Director of Leicester Curve. Luke originated the role of Dean in Everyb…
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Thomas Reed once started painting sunflower murals all over Madison, Maine. When his name resurfaces after the appearance of more murals, the town begins to question what the Sunflower Murals could possibly mean? =========================== Support us: One-time donation of whatever you'd like to give: https://ko-fi.com/retrospectionradiopodcast# Mo…
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Be part of the emotional journey of Zack Mayo, a fearless young officer candidate, and the captivating Paula Pokrifki, whose fiery spirit matches his own. Their encounters ignite a spark that transcends boundaries, awakening a passionate love that defies all odds. An Officer and a Gentleman is at the Alexandra Theatre until 2nd March 2024. This wee…
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This week, Eric and Josh discuss: movie extras, theme songs, St. Elmo's Fire, Disney's Dinosaur, Madame Web, Fantastic Four, silent film / live band, Rock 'n' Roll High School, receiving a Big Shark standee, and more!They also mention the movies screening from Friday February 23 - Thursday February 29: Ru, The Zone Of Interest, The Sweet East, The …
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Exploring the Power of Storytelling and Cultural History with Jamie Ford In this fascinating conversation, renowned author, Jamie Ford, delves into the power of storytelling and its role in fostering empathy and meaningful dialogue. The discussion revolves around Ford's novel 'The Many Daughters of Afong Moy,' which details the epic saga and genera…
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So, here we are with our long awaited conversation about Sondheim's last new musical (probably), appropriately called "Here We Are" and the big question is - is it a success? Thos chats to MusicalTalk's resident Sondheim expert, Colm, who saw the show twice in New York at its off-Broadway venue, the Shed, and who certainly thinks so. But is absurdi…
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Two different couples on the worst and best dates of their lives? Welcome to Smokey's...a bistro in Brooklyn. Familiar Strangers is written and directed by Amanda Montoni. Featuring: Fiona: Emilia Horn Ben: Dany Stravino Jackie: Amanda Montoni Derek: Nick Montoni Joe: Jeremy Melendez Alicia: Danielle Fleming Sound Engineering: Liz Regan Sound Desig…
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Rosy Fingered Dawn stretches her hand across the morning sky. As least that is what one of Chorus believes. (He’s kind of that way. The other is not so sure.) A little snippet of a classic story in a modern setting about a timeless conflict. “Life is a Dream (or at least a wee nap”) New full-ength drama from HWMS Audio Theatre. Cast, in order of ap…
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Danish theatre company fix+foxy premièred Dark Noon at the 2023 Edinburgh Festival Fringe which “explores one of the great American myths—the Wild West” through seven South African actors. The production will be restaged at Manchester’s Aviva Studios this spring. BTG Editor David Chadderton spoke to co-directors Tue Biering and Nhlanhla Mahlangu ab…
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In this episode I muse with Emmanuel Jewel Peprah Mensah who is a theatre practitioner, researcher, and the current head of the performing arts department at the Centre for National Culture, Ashanti Region, Ghana, West Africa. We discuss tourism as an incentive for creating museum theatre, working with a range of different stakeholders (including r…
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An interview with Michelle Hutchings ahead of the reprisal of her award-winning production of Queers at Assembly House Norwich from the 15-17 Feb. Also features a catch-up on what your host has been up to, as well as a look at some upcoming shows in East Anglia. Support the showBy Ray Tempesta / Michelle Hutchings
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Ekaterina Wagner is a playwright, art critic, and editor based in Moscow, Russia. Her articles appeared in Robb Report, ELLE and other media outlets in Russia, Ukraine, and India. She worked as an editor and deputy editor-in-chief of several international publications in Russia, including ELLE Decoration, Harper’s Bazaar Art, and The Art Newspaper.…
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