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Einmal im Monat greift Der Theaterpodcast die wichtigen Debatten rund um das Theater und seine Macher und Macherinnen auf. Über die Kunst und den Betrieb, in dem immer noch zu wenig Frauen das Sagen haben, sprechen zwei Theaterredakteurinnen: Susanne Burkhardt vom Deutschlandfunk Kultur-Theatermagazin "Rang 1" und Elena Philipp vom Online-Portal nachtkritik.de.
 
Have you ever asked, “WTF?,” about politics? Or, “who are these people making decisions about my life?” Political Theater pulls back the curtain on the stunts, antics and motivations that drive Washington. Host 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.
 
The Palace Theater in Waterbury, CT produces three different podcasts for our patrons to stream. "Broadway Buzz with Dr. Stuart Brown" is devoted to all things Broadway. Supported by Webster Bank. "Concert Conversations with Tom The Suit Forst" features in depth talks with CT-based musicians. Supported by Ion Bank. In addition listeners can also find past episodes of the radio show, "Your Palace Your Place" hosted by Sheree Marcucci on WATR 1320AM.
 
Dieser Podcast richtet sich an alle Pädagogen, Sozialpädagogen, Lehrer, Erzieher und Menschen, die sich für die Zirkus- und Theaterpädagogik begeistern. Es werden die Themen von Anfang an einfach, sachlich und kompetent von mir erklärt. Mein Name ist Mark Kitzig und ich beschäftige mich schon seit Langem mit diesem Thema und suche den Austausch mit anderen Menschen, des Weiteren möchte ich auch anderen diese Art der Pädagogik näher bringen. Denn das Schöne daran ist, dass du es überall einse ...
 
During the Corona Virus lockdown, new podcasts will go live Sunday afternoons. A podcast of theater reviews by Richard Wolinsky that air on KPFA’s Up Front, Arts-Waves and Talkies programs, plus additional unaired reviews by Richard Wolinsky and C.S. Soong. Also: interviews with Bay Area artistic directors, as well as performers, playwrights, directors and others in the local theatrical industry. Review air dates can be found: http://bookwaves.homestead.com/Theatre_Reviews.html
 
Redhawk Radio Theater is an audio drama production organization recording out of the campus of Southeast Missouri State University - creating, writing, directing, and acting out stories in the fiction podcast format. Join us as we produce an anthology of stories all through the academic year! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/redhawk-radio-theater/support
 
Join us each episode for a fun-filled discussion about an upcoming movie showing at the historic Parkway Theater located in Minneapolis, Minnesota! This is your perfect companion audio guide to the movie and all sorts of other topics that are (slightly?) related to it. We have guests, games and all kinds of fun that go way beyond the bounds of sitting quietly in the theater watching your favorite movies. Subscribe now!
 
Train Wreck Theater is a comedy movie review podcast featuring seven lovable misfits who get drunk and argue entertainingly with one another about ridiculous movies. There is no particular rhyme or reason to which movies we decide to feature on the podcast other than that they are ones we think will entertain (or annoy) each other. Come for the comedy, stay to listen to us drunkenly ramble on about random things!
 
Welcome to Bone Throwers Theater! We are a RPG actual play podcast. We play both long-term campaigns and one-shot sessions. Our current main campaign is called Elements of War. It uses the OpenD6 Adventure System from West End Games. It is set in a world built using the game, Microscope. The characters are a citizens of a police state and choose to battle the tensions of various "revolutionary" factions. Join us every Monday for new episodes of Elements of War. On Thursdays, look out for one ...
 
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Hey buuuuuuddddy! While you all were chilling on nugs we were watching a totally sticky flick. Its a return to the good old days. A time when no one had to worry about much but finding some grindage to munch on as you watched the latest Pauly Shore vehicle in your local cineplex. Pauly ruled our little teenage worlds for a couple of years in the ni…
 
Hollywood Sound Stage, originally broadcast January 17, 1952, 69 years ago, The Ox Bow Incident starring Edward Arnold and Charlie Ruggles. An adaptation of the 1943 western that starred Henry Fonda and Dana Andrews. Two drifters are passing through a Western town, when news arrives that a local rancher has been murdered and his cattle stolen. The …
 
A softhearted sheriff has difficulty imposing the death sentence. When his meddlesome wife forces his hand, he is compelled to aid in the prisoner's flight. Written by: Walton Bryce Starring: Gwynne Fred Eric Elspeth Grant Bernard Horton Russell Click here for more information about this show or add your comments on this Radio Mystery Theater episo…
 
As Washington gears up to host the inauguration of the 46th President of the United States next week, the country is on edge. After the insurrection on January 6 on the Capitol and lawmakers, security officials are leaving nothing to chance. The city is in lockdown. So on the last Friday of President Trump's term we ask what next? CQ Roll Call's Ji…
 
This week DJ steps into the way back machine and revisits the 1980's Arnold Schwarzenegger Action Classic Predator in 4K. How is the picture? How is the sound? What are his favorite scenes? Of course he gets into all of that. That's what he loves to do. But he also gets into a little A/B fun with DTS 5.1 vs DTS Neural X up mixing too. Plus listener…
 
Another week, another intro of ours that immediately fails the test of time just a couple days after recording it. There won’t be a special second episode this week. Glad we didn’t make any promises! Our Listeners of the Week are Brian, Julian, Lee, and Dale for their donations, plus our 125 Patreon Patrons, as well as Jaremy, […] The post AV Rant …
 
It's CES but not like the usual CES that we are accustomed to. This year it is all virtual and as a result we can’t tell you how incredible the latest Micro LED TV looks. There are some great sounding technological improvements that have us excited for the future. This is a long show but we are sure we missed something. If there is a product or ann…
 
A new tradition begins on Rain Delay Theater as Jack and Jeremy induct the inaugural class of the Worst of Fame. The guys nominate 10 players for the 2021 ballot of worst players in the majors with a minimum of 10 years played and then vote to see who makes the actual Worst of Fame - in classic Rain Delay Theater spirit, many ex-ballplayers get dum…
 
This episode we discuss The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot (2018) starring Sam Elliot and Aidan Turner! This surprisingly sweet, yet ambiguous, movie about a man assassinating Hitler in WWII and then Bigfoot as an old man is just what the title suggests and much, much more! Join Caryl Anne, Tanner, Juno, Jeannie, Moore, Peter, Gracie, A…
 
Host Dr. Stuart Brown spotlights two Broadway musical blockbusters that have played the Palace Theater recently, the 2006 Tony Award Best Musical Jersey Boys, and the 1988 Tony Award Best Musical The Phantom of the Opera. Brown intersperses the episode with musical numbers from each show.Sponsored by Webster Bank.…
 
A new year and a new update for what's up in Deepest Springfield for January 2021. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter @JabberAudio. And check out the bio and character portrait of Dr. Shen Enling at: https://www.jabberaudio.com/2021/01/10/imperium-encyclopedia-in-depth-shen-enling/Di Jabberwocky Audio Theater/Team Jabberwocky, LLC
 
This encore podcast was first posted on January 22, 2018. John Kolvenbach is the author of several plays, including Sister Play and Goldfish, both previously performed at the Magic. His latest, Reel to Reel, had its world premiere January 31, 2018 and deals with a 55-year marriage, what really happens inside a marriage compared to how it appears to…
 
On the 40th episode of Triple Threat Theater, Dax and Rian learn what it truly means to be the little guy.Films discussed on this episode:Fantastic Voyage (1966)Innerspace (1987)Honey, I Shrunk The Kids (1989)Follow Triple Threat Theater on social media:Twitter - @buy_borrow_burnInstagram - @triplethreattheaterpodcastTumblr - triplethreattheater.tu…
 
Whispers Of The Past Written by: Joshua J. Price and JoElla Freeman Sound Design: Joshua J. Price Rated: PG for minimal language Lightningbolt proudly presents this project which was recorded both in studio and on location in upstate NY, with newer pieces recorded this year and flashback scenes recorded back in 2005. This sad and spooky story tells…
 
Things really spiral out of control quickly in this episode. Despite successfully gaining a "hope die", most of the characters still fell short of finding refuge in the bunker. The end came quickly for some, while others put up more of a fight. But one by one, the horror of "them" was too much to overcome. System: Ten Candles, by Stephen Dewey Chri…
 
It’s a Christmas miracle, the Radio Theater is back on the air! Tonight’s episode features the Revengers, two British spies facing the impossible—and often the improbable. Because nothing says “Happy Holidays” like cold blooded murder and intrigue… Someone is killing off Ministry analysts in the middle of team building exercises which hardly seems …
 
A Christmas Fairy by John Strange Winter, read by Sarah Grosse. Edited by Trinity Smallwood. All content in the public domain. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/redhawk-radio-theater/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/redhawk-…
 
This week The Parkway Podcast reviews the holiday classic, ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ (1946). George Bailey (James Stewart) has so many problems (about $8000 dollars' worth) that he is thinking about ending it all - but it's Christmas! That is when an angel steps in to give him a glimpse of life without all the good he has done for others. Once he's r…
 
The Bishop’s Wife A Dave Holoweiko Radio Play On episode 17 of the TSVP Radio Theater Podcast we present The Bishop’s Wife, directed by David Holoweiko and featuring the voices of Dave Cary, Shelly Cary, Glory Friedl, Dave Holoweiko, Jack Puskar, Jennifer Puskar, Mike Puskar, Kelsey Pollock Rhea, Victoria Rhea, and Larry Spinnenwebber. . jQuery(doc…
 
Brian Dobbs and Sam Posten talk about what they have watched in 2020 — the good, the bad, and the ugly. For show notes, please visit our corresponding discussion thread. https://www.hometheaterforum.com/community/threads/hey-kids-whatcha-watchin%E2%80%99-2020.370333/ The post Hey Kids, Whatcha Watchin’? (2020) appeared first on Home Theater Forum.…
 
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