Performing Arts Podcasts
If you’re a creator of stories in any format, or a fan of books, TV and movies, this is where your tribe meets! Bestselling author Patrick Carman and co-host Jeremy Gonzalez LOVE every aspect of storytelling and every kind of story, and they’re especially interested in how stories evolve. The Intersect Podcast points a wide angle lens at how stories are made, who makes them, and the formats people find them in. Intersect guests are novelists, screenplay writers, teleplay writers, directors, producers, editors, agents, and managers who create or help create novels, picture books, comic books, animation, television, and movies. And the show doesn’t just scratch the surface. Pat and Jeremy are curious guys having in depth, entertaining conversations with the people who make stories happen.
By Patrick Carman & Jeremy Gonzalez
This show will highlight the singers and songwriters from the Pacific Northwest. We will focus on getting to know the artists and what drives them to pursue the life of being a songwriter. Each week, we will bring other aspects to the listening audience such as education into what it takes to be successful in a highly competitive music industry, obscure facts about popular artists and a sense of humor and entertainment that only artists can identify with but everyone will enjoy. In the end, we all love music…we want to create a holistic picture of what it is like from the artists perspective.
This member driven series is an adaptation of Jeff’s famed article. We’ll take you out on the road and behind the scenes in search of: amusing moments; Cavalier styled insights; opinions and attitudes as the show evolves; downtime moments on the busses… From city to city, On The Road is a show about the guys with the content they most want you to see.
By The Cavaliers Drum & Bugle Corps/Box 6 Productions
Podcasting since 2007, we're the halfway point between muggle and geek. The Anomaly Podcast features fun, Sci-fi / Fantasy commentary and reviews on your favorite movies, TV shows, books, and games. Topics also include general pop culture, conventions, and renaissance festivals.
By Jen and Angela (co-founders)
Like Garrison Keillor meets Bill Moyers; like Thomas Merton goes to the Opry; like Mark Twain--with all his wit, satire, and social conscience--meets God, and likes the God he meets. Nashville's New 'Old Time Radio' Show is the place where social critique, outstanding music, compelling stories, best-selling author interviews, and understated theology all intersect, for a really good time.
By Lee C. Camp and Friends
Seattle Opera's iTunes Channel includes podcasts about the operas in our season, the rehearsal process and other fascinating production details. Contributors include General Director Speight Jenkins, Education Department's Seneca Garber, cast members, directors, stage hands, and many more.
By Seattle Opera
Resound exists to unify the Church, wake a generation, & amplify the heart of God through worship, prayer, & the arts. This podcast features talks recorded at the annual Resound Conference in Boulder, CO and interviews with a wide spectrum of worship leaders & speakers intended to equip and inspire worshippers & creatives. Listen along if you're a fan of worship leaders such as Kim Walker-Smith, United Pursuit Band, Ascend the Hill, Gungor, Anthony Skinner, Laura Woodley Osman, Laura Hackett, Josh Garrels and many more.