Performing Arts Podcasts

You Are There show

You Are ThereJoin Now to Follow

You Are There is a great early radio program that not only entertained but educated the listener. Reported in first person the show places you the listener back into history to experience history as it unfolded. Reported live you will hear history take place in exciting recreations of histories greatest moments.

By Dennis Humphrey

Broadway Teachers Podcast show

Broadway Teachers PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Refreshingly honest and revealing interviews with Broadway luminaries about their journey from high school to Broadway

By Broadway Teachers Workshop

Flipping the Script show

Flipping the ScriptJoin Now to Follow

Creating theatre is tough, emotional, and often times frustrating work. Flipping the Script is a podcast for educators, community theatre makers and young artists focused on creating theatre for modern audience. We are excited to bring you insightful conversations to help you navigate the ever changing hot topics in theatre today, sassy commentary, a little bit of butt kicking, and inspiration to make art that matters.

By Lindsay Kujawa

Musicians With Apps | Best Music Education Apps Resource show

Musicians With Apps | Best Music Education Apps ResourceJoin Now to Follow

The Musicians With Apps Podcast is your one-stop shop for all things related to music education and app technology. From learning with apps on smart devices (iPad/iPod/iPhone) to teaching with apps, you'll find the best reviews and "chatter" about using the most revolutionary methods our world has ever seen. Whether you are a home-educating parent, a motivated self-learner, or a public educator, you'll definitely find what you are looking for here. Rebecca and her team of musicians test the latest and greatest iOS apps thoroughly before sending out a review. Learning music is so much easier and more fun when it's a game. Kids as young as 2 are already learning their notes on the musical staff. You can never get an early enough start in education. Hopefully soon, you too will become Musicians With Apps!

By Rebecca Fuller: Musician in Education Technology Expert

EdReach » aRTs Roundtable show

EdReach » aRTs RoundtableJoin Now to Follow

Hosted by music educator Carol Broos and supported by fellow arts educators Tricia Fuglestad, Brenda Muench, and Jennifer Kolze, The aRTs Roundtable discusses the innovative happenings within arts education.

By The EdReach Network

Creative Piano Teaching Podcast show

Creative Piano Teaching PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Teacher, presenter and blogger Tim Topham shares all of his piano teaching resources, guides, training and ideas so that you can keep your students inspired and motivated all through the year. Discover news ways of teaching, find out about the latest music releases, get connected with your local community via online events and training and listen as Tim interviews composers, teachers, bloggers and presenters as they share their ideas about piano teaching in 21st century. Tim is a passionate and experienced educator with a dedication to helping piano teachers around the world improve their practice, whether that's about keeping up with pop music, learning some new teaching methods, teaching boys piano, motivating teenagers, or just keeping up-to-date with teaching practice, you'll find it all at the timtopham.com podcast.

By Tim Topham: Piano Teacher | Music Educator | Blogger

PlayShakespeare.com Podcast: Shakespeare Talks show

PlayShakespeare.com Podcast: Shakespeare TalksJoin Now to Follow

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By PlayShakespeare.com

Radio Journeys show

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Radio Journeys hosted by John Grimmett will present the chronological reconstruction of 1920s and 1930s radio. He will present virtually every radio series--plus some isolated shows--now in circulation among collectors from the 1920s-1930s in an enjoyable presentation that will provide the listener the history and chronology of early radio. Radio Journeys will be presented every Sunday.

By John Grimmett

Lady From Day show

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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 people and encounter some horrible creatures such as the gorlags (Emcgo, Moose, Klaymen1) and beautiful places like Harper Wood. Come listen to the story over a course of three Books. View full cast and audio credits from production link.

By Nother Audio

Podcast Ping show

Podcast PingJoin Now to Follow

A romantic experience of podsafe music accentuated by poetry.

By writerpatrick@netzero.net