Performing Arts Podcasts
Come inside the acting business with SAG-AFTRA actor Tommy G. Kendrick. Acting, Casting calls, actors auditioning tips, starting an acting career, maintaining your acting career, when to join the acting union SAG-AFTRA, maintaining the passion for acting. All these topics and more are explored via In-depth interviews with working professionals in front of and behind the camera.
By Actors Talk Podcast
Follow America's journey from isolationism to Pearl Harbor and V-J day through old time radio. Host Adam Graham is your guide through speeches, public affairs programs, comedies, dramas, and more. Hear the story of World War 2 told through the golden age of radio.
By The War
This is a story of the English moneyed class and its eternal struggle for creating “sense and sensibility” in its world. A potential marriage prospect must make “sense” by bringing with it enough assets and income to permit the couple to continue to live in happy, idle leisure, complete with servants and a prestigious address. Provided one can find such a match among the eligible persons of the opposite sex, one then hopes for “sensibility”, or capacity for emotion, so that if love is not immediately to hand, it might come around later. And while these gentlemen and ladies make their hopeful pirouettes in the social eye, they must of course adhere to all the forms of civility. Jane Austen writes of the family of a gentleman named Dashwood who dies and leaves most of his fortune to his son, with the understanding that he will “look out for” his mother and three sisters. When that son marries a grasping woman who convinces him that his sisters’ funds are suitable to their needs and so require no contributions from his inherited fortune, the sisters are left to play the game of “Sense and Sensibility” in earnest. But all’s not fair in love. Carefully prepared “attachments” can and do go awry when gentlemen find other young women of greater fortunes than the Dashwood sisters. So, will they marry for love? Or money? Or perhaps, not at all?
By Books Should Be Free
Welcome to our weekly podcast brought to you by The Actor's Green Room. We offer professional classes and events for working actors with have locations in New York and Los Angeles. We help actors cultivate relationships with agents, managers and casting directors and ultimately start working in the industry. On a regular basis, we will be bringing you audition tips from Jennifer Rudolph, the Owner of The Actor's Green Room, as well as many casting directors, helpful advice from agents and managers and from our staff members, success stories from many of our actors and much more.
By The Actor's Green Room
From the creator of The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd and puppeteer for The Jim Henson Company comes The Uncle Interloper Show! A biweekly video podcast that features fun for all ages! One week you'll watch a cartoon, another you'll race through the stars on a wooden rocket ship and yet another you'll sing along with Uncle Interloper's goofy songs! The show is always family friendly and always fun!
By Grant Baciocco/Saturday Morning Media
This weekly radio drama series follows the adventures of neurotic psychologist Dr. Harold Carp. With the help of a tough-as-nails monster huntress and the perky ghost of his late secretary, Harold psychoanalyzes the supernatural and gives vampires, zombies, and the forces of darkness what they really need: Support. Check for updates and behind-the-scenes shenanigans at www.paranormaltherapist.tumblr.com or at facebook.com/drcarppodcast.
By The Echo Chamber - Audio Drama
Classical 91.7 audio librarian, Dacia Clay has a secret: she knows next to nothing about classical music. But she wants to learn! In each episode of the Classical Classroom, classical music pros give her "homework assignments." You'll learn about everything from bel canto aria to the use of leitmotif in the score to Star Wars. Come learn with us in the Classical Classroom.
By Classical Classroom