Performing Arts Podcasts
Shoot Wisely podcast host Amir Ebrahimi has over 20 years of experience in production and has traveled the world as a documentarian covering a wide range of projects including the 2016 Olympics in Rio, social issues for the health ministry of Ethiopia, extensive global and national coverage of the NBA on and off the court, and documenting Cambodian orphanages to name a few. Host Amir Ebrahimi talks to guests about their process of creation and the road that led them to create for a living. The Shoot Wisely Podcast will have a heavy focus on photographers and videographers/DP's but will be open to inspiring creators such as artists, writers, designers, editors, etc. The main aim of the show is to talk to creates about their journey and process of creating to inspire people to create and shoot wisely. The show will have a very loose format but will touch on the who, what, where, and why. With a small portion of the conversation dedicated to the tools each creator utilizes. Thank you and please leave a review and share.
By Amir Ebrahimi
Desert X is a contemporary art exhibition framed by the mountains and desert of the Coachella Valley. On this podcast, we’ll introduce you to some of the artists of Desert X 2019. Their site-specific artworks range from murals and projections to large-scale sculptures and virtual installations. And they take on big themes like fossil fuel use, rising sea levels, and class divides. Desert X runs from Feb 9 - April 21, 2019. The series is presented by Lead Sponsor PROJECT EVELOZCITY, which is creating electric vehicles that will be available by subscription.
By Desert X
Jobs Blow with Briana and Josh sounds pornographic, but like many job descriptions, it isn’t what it seems. With aspiring writer and marketing professional Briana Haas and funny-man Mr. Josh Hyman as your HUMOR Resources team, we present the podcast for "Dreamers with Day Jobs." Born out of Briana and Josh's own personal highs, lows, and frustrations in the endless pursuit of their dream careers, each episode is a mix of entertainment, information and inspiration, as guests share their own unique journeys. Tune in for tales of layoffs, promotions, opportunities, firings, hirings, amazing strokes of luck, and crazy jobs that suck. Created to bring people together to support one another in their quest for something better, no conversation would be complete without some tea spilt about hysterical on-the-job experiences.
By Briana Haas and Josh Hyman
The Drum Brigade Podcast is hosted by Korey Kingston and Funky Phil Pardell. It is a weekly talk show. This show is meant to be a little different than other drum podcasts you may have listened to. The Drum Brigade Podcast is meant to be a light hearted, fun show for the drum community. This podcast is not a "how did you get your start playing drums?" life story interview, tech tip- kind of show. It is however meant to be a "drum hang" show. So the Drum Brigade Podcast is just that; real drummers hanging out, chatting, drink coffee (or beer), talk about gigs, experiences from gigs/ or life in general, play drum games, venting cracking jokes, and more.
By Drum Brigade
Queer comedians Damian Bellino and Anne Rodeman are best friends who are devoted to actresses and each other. These pop culture savants chew the fat about what they’re so into and what they’re decidedly not. Each episode they lead a brilliant and sometimes idiotic conversation with a different actress, delving into the guest's life, work, and the hogwash that comes along with being overqualified and underutilized.
By Anne Rodeman & Damian Bellino
Interviews with friends & colleagues on all sides of the entertainment industry about the infinite number of paths to success. Getting the inside scoop on what they did, what their path was. It didn’t happen overnight, it’s hard work and a hustle, HOW DID YOU GET HERE?
By Ian Harvie
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