Best experimental theater podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Enough for Four – The Jane Doe Polyamory Poly Novel Experiment
 
Creating A New Novel. Writing One Chapter Weekly. Podcasting As I Go. Welcome to The Experiment.
 
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Limited Fork Music
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Limited Fork Music offers electronic and jazz-based experiments in sound as well as spoken experiments. Limited Fork Music is on the soothing side of the avant-garde. Limited Fork Music seeks and makes audible pulses. Limited Fork Music is also a literary poetry jukebox where the ego associated with high art has been overcome. Come here each week for the latest Limited Fork tune(s). Learn more about Limited Fork Poetics and see related video poams in the Limited Fork and Limited Fork Video A ...
 
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Act II @ A.R.T.
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The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University is a leading force in the American theater, producing groundbreaking work in Cambridge and beyond. A.R.T.'s Act II initiative is an experiment in disrupting the role of spectator as passive observer. Act II invites audience members to remain in the theater following performances for a second act of curated discussions. An open forum focused on the core themes of A.R.T. productions, these moderated conversations have included schol ...
 
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Sounds Delicious Audio Theatre
 
Are We Delicious? is an ensemble of Madison performer-writers. Sounds Delicious Audio Theatre is an experiment a 2-Day Delicious of Radio Plays: everyone writes, everyone acts. Subscribe to this feed to get a new 3-4 minute radio play every week.
 
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Home Theater Ear Candy (Apple TV)
 
Guitarist and surround recording artist Jeff Perrin shares surround sound music production demos and experiments in support of his iOS app-album, Home Theater Ear Candy. Presented in Dolby Digital 5.1 (Optimized for iOS and the Apple TV)
 
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Music for the Prose
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This brand new poetry podcast began as a fun experiment between two like-minded artists who share a passion for music, verse and prose, one another's company, and the occasional Cote du Rhone. Intended to cover a variety of inspiring and compelling themes, it begins with pieces devoted to New York City, and continues on to some of the great male speeches of Shakespeare. Composer and conductor Daniela Candillari creates an original score set to recitation performed by Theatre and Film actress ...
 
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(An excerpt from The Strangest Secret Library available on Amazon) Chapter 11 Twelve Disciplines ONE THERE are dozens of small ways by which we can make our minds both keener and more flexible – two qualities peculiarly necessary for those who intend to live successfully. We all succumb too easily to the temptation to find a routine which works ...…
 
(An excerpt from The Strangest Secret Library available on Amazon) Chapter 11 Twelve Disciplines ONE THERE are dozens of small ways by which we can make our minds both keener and more flexible – two qualities peculiarly necessary for those who intend to live successfully. We all succumb too easily to the temptation to find a routine which works ...…
 
This week on “State of Wonder,” shake off your June gloom with the magical animals of "Autumnlands," the music of Animal Eyes, the monumental sculptures of Lee Kelly, the drag art of Kaj-Anne Pepper, and all that jazz at new music joint Jack London Revue.Ghost Ship Fallout: Portland Art Spaces Grapple with News of Indictments in Oakland - 2:48P ...…
 
This week on “State of Wonder,” shake off your June gloom with the magical animals of "Autumnlands," the music of Animal Eyes, the monumental sculptures of Lee Kelly, the drag art of Kaj-Anne Pepper, and all that jazz at new music joint Jack London Revue.Ghost Ship Fallout: Portland Art Spaces Grapple with News of Indictments in Oakland - 2:48P ...…
 
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Drips & Draughts: Make and Serve Craft Beverages on Draft
 
For Part 2 of our Australian Cold Brew Series, we’re joined by Dustin Bailey from Rushmore coffee out of Melbourne Australia. We talk with Dustin about starting a small business and the cold brew scene in Australia. We also talk a bit about cold brew coffee and shelf life. If you listened to listened to Part 1 with Filament Coffee, you likely h ...…
 
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Origins: The International Writing Program Podcast
 
Host Christopher Merrill talks with Argentinian writer Mariano Tenconi Blanco about his play, Everything would make sense if death did not exist, about the way he works with slang and voice to shape character, his admiration for Jorge Luis Borges, and the ways that he creates a procedure, or a hypothesis, around which his plays are organized.…
 
A story from the Wall Street Journal.When Starwood Capital Group LLC bought Fairlane Town Center in 2014, the investment firm had a lot of work to do.The Dearborn, Mich., mall was only 72% leased, and among the vacant space was a sprawling former anchor store.A chance call to Ford Motor Co. to sell some mall advertising turned out to be a game ...…
 
Toadstool, LIVE! (#54) Free improvisation is difficult by nature, and the practitioners of this kind of music often realize that it has to become a lifestyle before it can really become great music. Fortunately, there is a thriving and incredible free-improv scene in Oregon right now, with a number of great collectives and groups forming to pro ...…
 
Every terrorist attack is an atrocity. But there’s something uniquely cowardly and especially cruel in targeting a venue filled with girls and young women. On Monday night, a reported suicide bomber detonated a device outside Manchester Arena, killing 22 people, many of whom were children. The victims had gathered at the 21,000-seat venue to se ...…
 
Spencer Campbell chats about experimental theater, David Lynch, and the time he was almost tasered at a live theater performance.
 
(On conventional marriage)“If Apple sold you a product that failed 50% of the time, would you buy it?” – Esther Perel I’ve wanted to speak with psychotherapist Esther Perel (@estherperel) for years. In a cover story, The New York Times called her the most important game changer in sexuality and relational health since Dr. Ruth. Her TED talks on ...…
 
Schools are designed to be practical but this has a hidden drawback. Innovation is often impractical because it’s unpredictable. So, what if the push toward “practical skills” in school is actually making learning impractical? And what if impractical ideas and skills we ignore are actually what students will use later in life? Listen to the Pod ...…
 
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The Kindle Chronicles
 
Digital and Archival Publishing Manager for The Associated Press Interview starts at 12:51 and ends at 40:01 “I really try to get people to understand that every little basic functionality within e-books that Amazon keeps introducing--whether it’s their X-ray feature or Kindle Lending Library or whatever it might be within the e-book world or w ...…
 
The Menil Collection and surrounding nonprofit organizations presented their annual Menilfest community arts festival, a free afternoon of exhibitions, performances, and readings that extends across the Menil neighborhood. In collaboration with Menilfest, the Rothko Chapel activated the Chapel and the plaza between the hours of 11am-6pm with a ...…
 
From old favorites to small experimental productions, summer means great theater in eastern Iowa and northwestern Illinois. And this week on Midwest Week, our annual preview.By news@wvik.org (Herb Trix).
 
This week artist Julia Claire Wallace stops by to talk about Performance Art, the scene it has in Houston, and her role setting up the Experimental Action festival I was invited to earlier this year. We talked about the functions of Art, and what makes Performance Art stand out from performing arts such as music and theater. Julia along with ot ...…
 
A podcast about movie making and the scifi featurette, Daughter of God, with Director Shri Fugi Spilt, (Dan Kelly). Daughter of God, Episode 035, Pizza. The title is not even forwshadowing this time. Encryption? Chaff to confuse you know what? http://dog.movie/media/episode_035.mp4 Welcome my friends, both met and yet, lovers long ago and to to ...…
 
Vortex Remover, LIVE! (#48) Among the many reasons that I have become a huge supporter of these home-town heroes is that they have songs about tea. (And, as rumor would have it, a forthcoming release that will feature a number of songs about tea in various ways.) So any chance I get to put the kettle on for these gents just feels right. There i ...…
 
Bob Bucko Jr., LIVE! (#47) In 2015 Bob and I played a show together at Mothership Music (as part of the group I sometimes perform with, Dead Air Fresheners). The show was incredible, but what stood out for me what how I managed to get his songs stuck in my head from that night. Where so many experimental acts do everything to resist certain kin ...…
 
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Congratulations Pine Tree
 
This is a little shorty because we had to record in the back of a car this week. We chat about experimental theater, pine trees, and robots. The music in this episode: Macho Intelectual, 2015 by INVASORIX Nadie Aquí es Ilegal, 2014 by INVASORIX Your Body Your Ship, 2017 by Jeepneys LOVE NETWORKS LOVE, 2017 by Laura Hyunjhee Kim We'll be back in ...…
 
This month I had the pleasure of interviewing Ching-In about their recent publication, recombinant. We got to talk about archive, language, history, and gender. Ching-In Chen is the author of The Heart's Traffic (Arktoi Books) and recombinant (Kelsey Street Press) and co-editor of The Revolution Starts at Home: Confronting Intimate Violence Wit ...…
 
Today we’re sitting down with Elizabeth Weitzen, event and theatrical producer for Shag, an awesome shop in Brooklyn that bills itself as more of a "sexy shop," as it fuses sex and art. They sell everything from hot massage candles to giant vibrating butt plugs to decorative bronze, vulva-shaped door handles. Elizabeth produces Shag Playhouse, ...…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Ezra Bookman, the Program Associate at Lab/Shul, an experimental, artist-driven, god-optional Jewish community in New York. Ezra has a background in theater, having been a writer, director, and performance artist. Ezra discusses the role of the spiritual community in modern life, the challenges of building such ...…
 
This Thursday there’s a one-night showing of a powerful documentary about faith in the face of a deadly epidemic.If you saw people dying all around you from a plague you didn’t understand and couldn’t control, what would you do?For Samaritan’s Purse staff members faced with the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia, this wasn’t a hypoth ...…
 
You are reading S3 Episode 2: The History of Irish Coffee from Boise Coffee. Please share it with friends! In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, this week’s episode is all about the history of Irish Coffee. Starting in a flying boat terminal in Ireland, then making its way to San Francisco, the story of how Irish Coffee made it into mainstream culture ...…
 
Paul and Annie-B are the directors of the experimental dance and performance group Big Dance Theater. They have performed worldwide. On top of founding an internationally recognized theater company, Annie-B is well known for her choreographic collaborations with Nico Muhly, St. Vincent, and David Byrne, and Paul is known for his acting roles in ...…
 
A devised physical theatre production exploring invention, engineering & obsession in the 18th century.LONGITUDE is a devised theater performance about 18th century inventor/clockmaker John Harrison, and his entry into the most important race of the century; to discover a means of measuring longitude.March 16 – 18, 2017Experimental Media Perfor ...…
 
http://archive.org/download/couchpotatoesunite/74_DCTUmidseason2016-2017.mp3 A new podcast episode of Couch Potatoes Unite!, which is based on a blog of the same name hosted at couchpotatoesunite.wordpress.com. In this episode, our cheeky and feisty and newly full DCTU panel was subjected to (now for) something completely different and highly e ...…
 
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Pod De Deux » Pod de Deux podcast episodes
 
https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2017/03/final_dance-symposium_031217_ml.mp3 Jessica and Clara returned to Dance Symposium this year on Sunday, March 5th, interviewing panelists and audience members on concepts and issues of interest to the dance community. Here’s a quick breakdown of the topics you’ll hear covered in this episode, as well ...…
 
NEW Episodes every Tuesday at 9:00am Theater III: The Nutty Professor (1996) This week we’re getting a little silly, nutty if you will, with the 1996 remake of The Nutty Professor. This is a heartwarming story we can all relate to. A man falls in love with a woman, that seems to have feelings for him, and then completely reconstructs his DNA to ...…
 
Bill Paxton Tribute! This week, yet another edition of Drinking & Drive-Ins - the featured segment devoted to delectable libations and cinematic exploitations of yesteryear. This time 'round we take a look back at Chris Walas' 1992 film The Vagrant, in honor of the very sad and recent passing of the immensely talented, Bill Paxton! In This Week ...…
 
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Up Your Volume
 
After spending a year touring as a member of Esperanza Spalding's experimental music and theater project, Emily Elbert is back with some new singles! Emily's soulful funk-folk style have been showcased in her four albums prior to these latest singles. She is able to soothe our souls with her voice and at the same time wow us with her incredible ...…
 
How do we get the courage to live a consummately creative life, regardless of our background, our unique talents and resources? Leila Noone offers some exhilarating insights in this Socrates Cafe as she shares her fascinating personal story. Leila is a performance artist and creative collaborator based in Austin, TX who has a passion for combin ...…
 
Echavox is the guest for episode 271 of the radio show. He performs music of both his solo production as well as from his upcoming experimental musical theater performance COR. The play will have a preview performance at Whittier College on March 3, 2017 and is free and all ages. Thank you all for listening. 271: Echavox/COR - 2.18.17 If you wo ...…
 
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Wabash On My Mind
 
For this special two-interview episode, Rich followed student-director Rory Willats '17 through the production process, discussing his experience in casting his peers, the differences between acting and directing, and his rehearsal style, in pulling together his directorial debut, The Furies, which premiers Feb. 22, 2017, in the Experimental Th ...…
 
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Daughter of God
 
A podcast about movie making and the scifi featurette, Daughter of God, with Director Shri Fugi Spilt, (Dan Kelly). Crazy. http://dog.movie/media/episode_024.mp4 Greetings and come on in to Episode 024 of the Daughter of Godcast, the story of the making of the scifi featurette, Daughter of God and a few other movies too. This is Episode 024, Cr ...…
 
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Necessary Exposure: The Female Playwright Project » Podcast
 
This portrait was on display at Dixon Place. It is part of Necessary Exposure’s 3rd installation which explores what it means to be writing for the theater as a woman at this moment in history. Click below to listen to an excerpt of Leah’s play Kentucky, read by Satomi Blair. Sound Design by Martha Goode. https://thefemaleplaywrightproject.file ...…
 
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Sell with a Story Podcast | How to Capture Attention, Build Trust, and Close the Sale
 
Stories have always had a unique power to lead, influence, persuade, and sell. Here are my top 10 reasons you’ll want to add more of them to your repertoire instead of relying solely on a dry sales pitch. 1. STORIES HELP THE BUYER RELAX AND JUST LISTEN It’s similar to the response college students have when the professor stops writing formulas ...…
 
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Mike Lenz Voice - A Journey Into Voice Acting
 
What’s the deal with “Zippy,” anyway? Long story short, the nickname “Zippy” comes from a character I played in a 2nd grade talent show. It was my first acting experience, and wouldn’t you know it- the name stuck! With that being said, should I call you “Christopher?” “Chris?” “Zippy?” I’m confused! It doesn’t matter- I’ll answer to any of the ...…
 
Actor, writer and comedian Claire Titelman is an Andy Kaufman Award-nominated comedian based in L.A., recently named one of LA Weekly's "Eight L.A. Artists and Art-World Figures to Watch in 2016." She was a roundtable regular on Chelsea Lately and has appeared on New Girl, Parks and Recreation, Wilfred, Veronica Mars and Cold Case. She recently ...…
 
In the introduction to Jerome and Harold Prince’s first detective short story, editors Ellery Queen called the piece a “strange, strange story.” The story was called “The Man in the Velvet Hat” and it became the best known of the writing duo who continued to publish occasionally in Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine. In the introduction, the autho ...…
 
In the introduction to Jerome and Harold Prince’s first detective short story, editors Ellery Queen called the piece a “strange, strange story.” The story was called “The Man in the Velvet Hat” and it became the best known of the writing duo who continued to publish occasionally in Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine. In the introduction, the autho ...…
 
Outside Time! (New Clichés, Too w/ devilsclub, Uneasy Chairs & Dead Air Fresheners, LIVE!) (#33) There’s no better way to start the new year off than with some live music, and for this show, we offer you that in droves… spread out over two hours! horridus of devilsclub curates a set of music by his favorite artists, who submitted tracks (and in ...…
 
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