Best Theater podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Earbud Theater
Rare
 
An anthology of original audio dramas in the vein of classic series like THE TWILIGHT ZONE and OUTER LIMITS. Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Horror - It's All In Your Head.
 
Scott Wilkinson, online editor of the AVS Forum, interviews the leaders and pioneers behind today's home theater technology. Each week Scott explores the technologies behind your screen.Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
 
Enjoy the fun and excitement of listening to thrilling Old Time Radio mystery shows. Experience a professional cast of actors, great scripts and thrilling suspense. Please visit our website (MysteryShows.com) for more great shows like these. If you like this podcast, you'll love our Old Time Radio file sharing club. 48,000 shows in .mp3 format currently available for download. All genres available. If you enjoy this podcast, please rate it on iTunes. Thanks!
 
Science Fiction Theater presents the best of Scifi, horror,fantasy from early days radio. Each show will take you into the world of the unknown, a place that is as strange as the unknown can be, it is only limited by you imagination. Enter the fantasy world of Science Fiction.
 
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Lux Radio Theater
Monthly+
 
The Lux Radio Theatre was a one-of-a-kind OTR show. Imagine the greatest Hollywood stars doing one-hour versions of their biggest motion pictures, complete with full orchestra, live on stage with a studio audience.Cecil DeMille The one-and-only Cecil B. DeMille was your host ('36-45) for a lavish production of what was to become a veritable film checklist of many of Hollywood's best films from the mid-30s right through the mid 50s. The first Lux film adaptation was "The Legionnaire and the L ...
 
Enjoy our episode guide of all 1,399 CBS Radio Mystery Theater old time radio shows for free!
 
Playing on Air is a public radio show and podcast featuring great American short plays with great American actors. We distribute audio productions of contemporary theater, translating stage works into enduring modern radio theater. We aim to redefine radio drama for today's digital, mobile audience.
 
All the HDTV and Home Theater news and info you need, without all the reading.
 
Enjoy the fun and excitement of listening to thrilling Old Time Radio mystery shows. Experience a professional cast of actors, great scripts and thrilling suspense. Please visit our website (MysteryShows.com) for more great shows like these. If you like this podcast, you'll love our Old Time Radio file sharing club. 48,000 shows in .mp3 format currently available for download. All genres available. If you enjoy this podcast, please rate it on iTunes. Thanks!
 
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Theater People
Monthly+
 
Interviews with Tony Winners, Broadway Legends, and Today's Hottest Theater Stars. Brought to you biweekly by Patrick Hinds and Mike Jensen.
 
Incomparable Radio Theater is a series of original radio shows that pays homage to classic mid-20th century radio while also giving a nod to modern pop culture. It’s produced by the people who bring you The Incomparable Podcast.
 
Chatterbox creates fully soundscaped audio works for free download. With rare exceptions, Chatterbox shows are recorded live, with manual sound effects and as little post-production editing as possible.
 
Sci-Fi Radio Theater brings original science fiction, horror and fantasy radio plays to the internet. Our group of writers, actors, directors and audio engineers produce high quality science fiction and genre stories that are availalbe to listen to as a free podcast. Check us out in the iTunes store.
 
Podcasting the Things that Interest Me
 
Newly minted presentations of some of the greatest radio programs of all time, featuring some of the biggest names of the era and fondly remembered today. Drama, comedy, mystery, and western adventure.
 
A podcast for film nerds. Hosts Parker Connell, Chris Davidson, and Julia Whiteford discuss movies that, while not always good, and not always bad, defy any categorization other than BATSHIT MONSTERPIECE!
 
Podcast by SunDown Audio Theater
 
All the HDTV and Home Theater news and info you need, without all the reading.
 
Thanks to a successful Kickstarter Campaign, the cult classic sci fi comedy series "Mystery Science Theater 3000" is returning for a new season on Netflix! This podcast is made by MST3K fans, for fans and Kickstarter contributors. And anyone else who loves the show! Recorded in the Roof Lizard Lounge at The Dino Hotel in Lakewood, Colorado. (This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).
 
Talking Theater podcast celebrates theater! Your host, Marc Smith, interviews theater makers for theater people who love theatre. Actors, directors, playwrights, designers, stage managers, musicians, and other professionals will share stories about their career, their craft, and their community. You will be introduced each week to artists who make a living in the performing arts. We’re not just talking – we’re talking theater!
 
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Theater of Thrills
Monthly+
 
Spooky Old Time Radio shows, inspired by "Inner Sanctum Mysteries" and featuring great audio Drama like "Suspense".
 
Academy Award Theater, Using Famous stars of the day, the show used Players who had either won or been nominated for an Academy Award for their scripts, including such Stars as Bette Davis, Randolph Scott, Cary Grant and the list goes on. Relive some of the greatest performances in Movie history on the Academy Award Theater.
 
Scott Wilkinson, online editor of the AVS Forum, interviews the leaders and pioneers behind today's home theater technology. Each week Scott explores the technologies behind your screen.Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
 
Scott Wilkinson, online editor of the AVS Forum, interviews the leaders and pioneers behind today's home theater technology. Each week Scott explores the technologies behind your screen.Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
 
Welcome to our the start of something new. Welcome to "Theater for the Mind", an exploration into the craft that is aural storytelling. Each episode we will explore something new and exciting, including the IA Theater, which is an improvisational audio drama. Future releases will come on a non-scheduled basis. Since these often take a good amount of time to create, it would not be advantageous of the art-form to try and rush things.
 
All the HDTV and Home Theater news and info you need, without all the reading.
 
We provide new and rich audio experiences for your ears. You may find anything from scifi to romance to action and horror. Check us out!
 
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Sexy Time Theater
Rare
 
A group of friends gather to review, reenact, and mercilessly dissect films from that most underrated genre, the erotic thriller, in the hopes of answering the question, "Was it a sexy time?"
 
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Political Theater
Weekly
 
In Political Theater, Jason Dick and the Roll Call team spotlight the spectacle, the players and what’s going on behind the curtain in Washington’s long-running drama: Congress.
 
Hosted by Kevin Sorbo and brought to you by Tyndale House Publishers, The Breathe Bible Audio Theater is a one-year journey through the New Testament in 30 minutes per week. Join the crowds at the foot of the cross, feel the Holy Spirit moving at Pentecost, and sit with Paul as he pens his teachings. Renowned Christian talent including Josh Lucas as Jesus, Corbin Bleu as John, Ashley Judd as Mary Magdalene, Hill Harper as Mark, Bailee Madison as young Mary, and John Rhys-Davies as the narrat ...
 
Conversations about New York City theater, mostly beyond Broadway, hosted by Maxamoo's founder, Lindsay Barenz, about what's amazing, what's awful, and what we recommend on stage right now.
 
A collection of classic, old-time radio dramas as presented on the SmorgShow Podcast.
 
Theater of The Mind is the place were we set our imaginations free. Listening to these great shows will take you back to the only source of news and entertainment for America. Listening will allow you to imagine what the characters look like and the adventures will fill your mind with wonders that only your mind can.
 
Playing on Air is a public radio show and podcast featuring great American short plays with great American actors. We distribute audio productions of contemporary theater, translating stage works into enduring modern radio theater. We aim to redefine radio drama for today's digital, mobile audience.
 
The Carmen Online Theater Group provides audio theater horror programming. Created by Executive Producer and Writer, Liane Moonraven, the horror-themed network airs unique, audio short stories, mini-series, full run series and monologues of unique all original or rewritten adaptations of original radio theater horror productions. Moonraven has also produced short horror stories written by some of the industry's most prolific horror and paranormal authors and adapted them in scripts for the a ...
 
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Family Theater
Monthly
 
Family Theater presents programs that are family friendly. From the early days of radio you will laugh, cry, sing and be glad that you listened to a radio show that filled a small amount of time with joy. These shows deal with every day experiences and time has not diminished the relevancy of these show. Get you children around the tv on roku or via mp3 and allow them to expand their imaginations.
 
Welcome to Political Science Theater 40,000! We are you home for deep, introspective looks into the characters and stories of the Warhammer 40,000, and how these stories relate to we, mere mortals.Lore Master: Walrus Aurelius(@walrus_aurelius)Inquisitor: Roscoe Jones(@roscovious)
 
A listening adventure tailored for a braver, newer world.
 
Riders Radio Theater was a half hour, weekly, cult favorite/public radio show performed live by the two-time Grammy Award-winning western and comedy band Riders In The Sky in Nashville and Cincinnati from 1988-1995. Called at the time "the fastest half hour in radio," each show featured western music, wacky commercials, the National Polka Countdown, characters and comedy bits of all sizes and descriptions, and a cliffhanging serial adventure... all liberally sprinkled with country and folk m ...
 
Jabberwocky Audio Theater (aka JAT) is a group of storytellers writing, recording, and podcasting out of Deepest Springfield. Inspired by the classic shows of Radio’s Golden Age, JAT aims to create well-crafted tales to entertain and engross modern audiences. As our name suggests, we will focus on fantastical tales set on other worlds, in other lands, and in places disturbingly similar to our own. Our travels will also take us to classic tales of adventure, where we’ll give them a fresh audi ...
 
Locked Into Vacancy Entertainment presents original radio plays and songs recorded before a LIVE audience at Stage773 in Chicago, IL.
 
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Rejection Slip Theater
Monthly
 
Radio Theater that spans the gamut from Drama to Comedy to Horror to Science Fiction and Romance. The absolute highest standards, from acting to sound production goes into the creation of this audio series.
 
Kleb (and sometimes her friends) reads horrible fanfics and loses her mind.Feel free to offer recommendations!This Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com
 
The Theater of Public Policy explores big ideas using improvisational comedy. We invite smart people to talk about the issues of the day and a team of improvisers brings them to life. Presented here, are the interviews from these shows.
 
A Podcast that Applies Literary Analysis to Classic Sci-Fi Shows & Movies
 
“Theater of The Courtroom” is a podcast designed to help trial lawyers “bring the life back to the law” by making a positive connection with jurors so that they will be open to our arguments. It’s also designed to help tax professionals simplify “tax speak” so that it can easily be understood by a lay audience.
 
Scott Wilkinson, online editor of the AVS Forum, interviews the leaders and pioneers behind today's home theater technology. Each week Scott explores the technologies behind your screen.Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.
 
L.A. Theatre Works presents this award-winning, critically-acclaimed radio theater series. Discover radio drama that is contemporary, edgy, and significant.
 
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A British officer stationed in India is plagued by a bag-pipe playing ghost. His licentious fiancee demands that he do something about it, and he soon discovers that the spirit was merely trying to warn him against his faithless bride-to-be. Written by: Dann Sam Starring: Roberts Tony Hammond Earl Kirkwood Diana Horton Russell Click here for mo ...…
 
I was a Communist for the FBI - July 16, 1952, 66 years ago. Rich Man, Poor Man The Party plans the downfall of a wealthy magazine publisher, and the takeover of his publications. Dana Andrews stars.
 
From brilliant New Yorker cartoonist, illustrator, and children's book author James Stevenson comes this darkly hilarious reimagining of iconic animated characters - now over the hill and waiting out their golden years at a seedy retirement community in Los Angeles. Directed by Tony nominee Dana Ivey (The Last Night of Ballyhoo), EVENING AT ANA ...…
 
From brilliant New Yorker cartoonist, illustrator, and children's book author James Stevenson comes this darkly hilarious reimagining of iconic animated characters - now over the hill and waiting out their golden years at a seedy retirement community in Los Angeles. Directed by Tony nominee Dana Ivey (The Last Night of Ballyhoo), EVENING AT ANA ...…
 
Gunsmoke, originally broadcast July 15, 1956, 62 years ago. Letter of the Law, with Joseph Kearns. Marshal Dillon is forced to evict a reformed gunfighter named Brandon Teak from his land. The script was used on the Gunsmoke television series on October 11, 1958. William Conrad stars as Matt Dillon.
 
Welcome back, honorable servants of the God Emperor! This week in our season finale, our Lore Master Walrus Aurelius tells the story of how the greatest of The Emperor's sons fell, and what that meant to the galaxy.RSS Feed: https://www.spreaker.com/show/2829925/episodes/feedQuestions, comments, cool content? Send to: WalrusAurelius@tutanota.co ...…
 
Stan Freberg Show, originally broadcast July 14, 1957, 61 years ago. Stan Freberg introduces a group of musical sheep who refuse to do Ba Ba Black sheep and insist on only playing cool jazz. And the controversial Incident at Los Voraces. First Show of the series.
 
Whether you're outfitting a small space for an occasional movie night, upgrading your living-room home-entertainment system, or building a dedicated home theater, Engadget has a projector recommendation for you.
 
Whether you're outfitting a small space for an occasional movie night, upgrading your living-room home-entertainment system, or building a dedicated home theater, Engadget has a projector recommendation for you.
 
Whether you're outfitting a small space for an occasional movie night, upgrading your living-room home-entertainment system, or building a dedicated home theater, Engadget has a projector recommendation for you.
 
The Columbia Workshop, originally broadcast July 13, 1941, 77 years ago. Ann Was an Ordinary Girl, written by Norman Corwin as part of the 26 By Corwin series. A "bio-drama" of Abraham Lincoln's first love. Agnes Moorehead, John McIntire and Florence Robinson star
 
On this episode of the Revival League Podcast, things go horribly awry when Ryan inadvertently uses a poorly thought-out expression and Greg, James and Robb spend the rest of the episode berating him. Also, the gang talks way too much about 80s TV staple "Hardcastle & McCormick" and discuss "Ant Man and the Wasp". Plus, Ron interviews Nick Evan ...…
 
Adventures of Philip Marlowe, originally broadcast July 12, 1950, 68 years ago. The Iron Coffin. Marlowe visits a 16th century Spanish castle (in northern California) to battle the ghost of "Peter The Cruel," who lives in an eight foot iron coffin!
 
Kingdom of Darkness: Arc 1 - The Legend of Kintallia Episode 06 Written by Joshua J. Price Rated PG for minimal violence Sage and Adrienne learn of Kintallia's return when one of her demons makes an attempt on their lives. Including the voice talents of: Mavican: Tanja Milojevic Sage: Nikole Robbinson Adrienne: Sirena Carroll Reontee: Mat Welle ...…
 
Kyle Roberts, Dean of Academic Affairs, United Theological Seminary Zan Christ, Coordinator for Religious and Spiritual Life Programs, Hamline University Chris Stedman, Author of Faithiest and former director of the Yale Humanist Community Even in the land of the Church Basement Ladies, people’s relationships with faith institutions are changin ...…
 
Filmmaker Kimberly Reed grew up in Montana with little anticipation her home state would be ground zero for a massive fight over money in politics. But her new documentary, “Dark Money,” tells a tale worthy of any Western, as lawmakers on both sides of the aisle fight for their own prerogatives in the face of out-of-state interests gunning for ...…
 
The Lives of Harry Lime, originally broadcast July 11, 1952, 66 years ago. Honeymoon. Harry and a Countess try to smuggle Sicily's most wanted bandit out of the country.
 
Deputy Carly Jenson messed up big time, and now here she is, stuck on a fishing boat at nightfall, bored out of her mind as divers troll the bottom of a dying lake for evidence of a petty small-town crime. Carly's not winning any commendations. Until the divers report in, that is. They found something at the bottom of the lake. Something that s ...…
 
Granby’s Green Acres, originally broadcast July 10, 1950, 68 years ago - Granby Plants a crop. What to plant? Corn? Wheat? Starring Gale Gordon and Bea Benederet
 
Enjoy the next episode in the Breathe Bible Audio Series!
 
RS in "A League That's Entirely Theirs" It's an all star event for the Rogers Sisters! When the gals are called in to bring back the moxie to a group of overworked soldiers, they find out that they're going to need more than their stellar songs to save the day... by putting together a game of baseball! But, it's not going to be a field day for ...…
 
I was a Communist for the FBI, originally broadcast July 9, 1952, 66 years ago. The Dangerous Dollars. Cvetic visits the Skyline Rancho, a resort run by the Communists. He finds a mysterious airplane ready to leave the country with money owned by the Party. Dana Andrews stars.
 
Rogers of the Gazette, starring Will Rogers Jr, originally broadcast July 8, 1953, 65 years ago. Lance O’Neill. Will is planning to write a story about Lance O'Neill, Illyria's famous artist, despite the opposition of the powerful Mrs. Hannibal.
 
Captain Rump Roast enlisted the help of Riders In The Sky to retrieve the top-secret and recently-stolen project that was previously behing held at Fort Wylie. Meanwhile, an incarcerated Slocum ordered Charlie to build an escape tunnel. Thus it was, deep beneath the streets of Tumbleweed City, a huge human mole tunnels upwards to his believed d ...…
 
You've come up with a creative mobile app idea and you want to protect your idea with a patent. This is smart. Patenting a mobile app is a critical part of protecting your intellectual property and allowing you to seek damages in the event it is infringed upon. Here's what you should know. First, applying for a patent is not easy. It's a detail ...…
 
Dimension X, originally broadcast July 7, 1950, 68 years ago. Mars is Heaven. The Ray Bradbury story of what happened when mankind first landed on Mars, on April 20, 1987.
 
fuboTV (fubo.tv), the leading sports-first live streaming TV service in the U.S., has launched 4K HDR10 support in Beta, becoming the first virtual multichannel video programming distributor (vMVPD) to offer content in ultra-high definition and high dynamic range.
 
fuboTV (fubo.tv), the leading sports-first live streaming TV service in the U.S., has launched 4K HDR10 support in Beta, becoming the first virtual multichannel video programming distributor (vMVPD) to offer content in ultra-high definition and high dynamic range.
 
fuboTV (fubo.tv), the leading sports-first live streaming TV service in the U.S., has launched 4K HDR10 support in Beta, becoming the first virtual multichannel video programming distributor (vMVPD) to offer content in ultra-high definition and high dynamic range.
 
Suspense, originally broadcast July 6, 1954, 64 years ago. The Tip starring Lurene Tuttle. A man bent on revenge holds a woman captive in her own home while they wait for her husband's return...so he can kill him!
 
Charlie Zelle, Minnesota Commissioner of Transportation Major road construction has slowed and rerouted traffic on a number of Twin Cities thoroughfares. Minnesota’s Commissioner of Transportation, Charlie Zelle, promises it will get better soon, with newer roads, more accessible bus options, and the groundwork for a self-driving future. We ask ...…
 
Father Knows Best, originally broadcast July 5, 1951, 67 years ago. The Anderson are back in the days of the American Revolution. The last show of the season
 
You Are There, originally broadcast July 4, 1948, 70 years ago. "The Signing Of The Declaration Of Independance". The events of July 4, 1776 in Philadelphia reported as if it were happening now.
 
On this episode of the Revival League Podcast, it's a special crossover as Erik Koski, host of Junk Mouth, joins Ryan, Robb and Deana Dolphin to eat red white and blue foods and spend far too much time discussing the sex lives of whales! It's an Independence Day spectacular! All this and, seriously, A LOT of discussion about whales, on this wee ...…
 
This podcast deals with the importance of taking action against a third party who misappropriates your trademark and contains a valuable lesson. Enjoy.
 
Roll Call photographers Tom Williams @pennstatetom and Bill Clark @billclarkphotos describe their time covering Congress and how they came to take some of the most iconic Hill photos, featured in the new book Under the Dome by Political Theater host Jason Dick.
 
Welcome again, Servants of the Emperor, as we reach the beginning of the end of our Primarch Series! Today, we begin the story of Horus, the Favored Son, as we see how he was mentored by the Emperor and how in the early days he left his own mark on the early Imperial Military.RSS Feed: https://www.spreaker.com/show/2829925/episodes/feedQuestion ...…
 
Let George Do It, originally broadcast July 3, 1950, 68 years ago. The Scream of the Eagle. Who is the wealthy Mathilda Jonathan? She's dead, but "the whisper of the eagle" has brought her back...in spades! The Bolivian who knows for sure has been killed in a trafic accident, but the Eagle knows!
 
I was a Communist for the FBI, originally broadcast July 2, 1952, 66 years ago. Where the Red Men Roam. "The Battle Of The Bowl" doesn't go quite as the party would like it, thanks to Cvetic's brother and his new "girl" Tanya. Dana Andrews stars.
 
Passage: 1 Timothy 5:1 2 Timothy 4:22Description: Today, we spend our time together in both books of Timothy. We begin with advice on False teaching and true riches. Paul also gives us encouragement to be faithful. We conclude our episode with dangers of the last days.
 
Now every day can be Taco Tuesday at Taco Town! So long as you get in before they close... Written by Tony Pellegrino Directed by Courtney Lynn Music & Arrangement by Gail Gallagher Featuring the vocal talents of Tony Pellegrino, Steven Yandell, Kim Fukawa & Chelsea Dàvid (with a special guest appearance by Shane Hill)…
 
Charlie’s felonious mission to steal a mysterious top-secret space project from Fort Wylie was a success. Captain A. Weldon Rump Roast – discovering the missing spacecraft the following morning – quickly decided to take action and make a mysterious phone call… featuring Robert Earle Keen!
 
My Favorite Husband, starring Lucille Ball and Richard Denning, originally broadcast July 1, 1949, 69 years ago. Liz and George Reminisce. Liz looks through her scrapbook and remembers: her first driving lesson, when she told the endings of all of George's jokes, the butcher who fell for her. Frank Nelson and Hans Conreid guest star.…
 
Boston Blackie starring Chester Morris, originally broadcast June 30, 1944, 74 years ago. $100,000 Business Note. Mr. Manleder's business note for $100,000 is due tomorrow. Only Boston Blackie can prevent his business failure. The frame around Blackie is for murder. Who was that masked man?
 
We have a few topics to cover, some arising from emails from listeners, some ripped straight from the headlines, and a couple from articles we've enjoyed and wanted to share. All of this culminating with a discussion on how HDR could potentially impact the expected lifespan of an OLED TV.
 
We have a few topics to cover, some arising from emails from listeners, some ripped straight from the headlines, and a couple from articles we've enjoyed and wanted to share. All of this culminating with a discussion on how HDR could potentially impact the expected lifespan of an OLED TV.
 
We have a few topics to cover, some arising from emails from listeners, some ripped straight from the headlines, and a couple from articles we've enjoyed and wanted to share. All of this culminating with a discussion on how HDR could potentially impact the expected lifespan of an OLED TV.
 
Suspense, originally broadcast June 29, 1943, 75 years ago. Uncle Henry’s Rosebush starring Agnes Moorehead. What on earth is Aunt Julie up to? And where is Uncle Henry?
 
You Bet Your Life starring Groucho Marx, originally broadcast June 28, 1950, 68 years ago. The secret word is air.
 
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