Podchaser Logo

Theatrical stories

A curated episode list by

Creation Date October 2nd, 2019
Updated Date Updated March 16th, 2022
 Be the first to like this!
Have something to share?Create your own list of podcasts or episodes!

About This List

Short stories, audio drama and actual plays set in theatres or featuring theatre people.
  1. You know what they say about Chehkov's gun... load it in the first act, someone has to get shot by the start of act three. It's time for a show! GREY CELLS: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/greycells/grey-cells-rpg FOLLOW SYFRO ON TWITTER:
  2. Case #0132806Statement of Dominic Swain regarding a book briefly in his possession in the winter of 2012.…If you intend to leave a review but haven’t already please do so! We are an independent production company without a major marketing budge
  3. A new play premieres at the Night Vale Asylum. (Part 2 of 5) Weather: “One One Thousand” by Raina Rose rainarose.com Our 2020 World Tour kicks off in just a few days! Join us across North America this spring for Cecil Baldwin’s last live tour
  4. A speaker addresses an empty West End theatre and tells us some inner secrets.Written by Mark L. BurrowPerformed by Joshua Manning The Ragged Scratch Podcast is produced by Natalie WinterTheme music by Alyx JonesYou can support NHS Charities To
  5. After a century of continuous performance, the Hundred Year Play is nearing its final scene. Weather: “Shallow Eyes” by Brad Bensko https://www.bradbenskomusic.com/ Livestream of THE SANDSTORM on September 24: https://noonchorus.com/welcome-t
  6. Case #0092008Statement of Adonis Biros, regarding his performance on stage. Original statement given August 20th 2009.Content Warnings for this episode are at the end of the show notes.Thanks to this week's Patrons: Cloven Sunfish, Brandon Hami
  7. Case #7870211Abraham Janssen. Incident occurred in the Court Theatre Buda, October 1787. Statement taken journal entry dated 2nd November of that year. Committed to tape 4th October 2013.Content Warnings for this episode are at the end of the s
  8. N'Goni gathers to experience what is sure to be one of the most transformative pieces of theater ever staged: The Bathroom Barry Musical. The crew of Glas cleans The Uhuru to prepare for the performance and Gable settles a score. The party star
  9. A dead playwright’s final production brings Antigone into conflict once again with the Ringmistress, Marlene Magdalena.Join us tomorrow, 23 March, for Wooden Overcoats LIVE at King's Place, King's Cross, London. Book here.Meet other listeners a
  10. Auditions are open for "Our Town" Weather: “Yes This Song Is About You and No, I'm Still Not Over It” by Friends For Sale https://friendsforsale.bandcamp.com/ Transcript available at http://welcometonightvale.com/transcripts WEATHER SUBMISSI

Join Podchaser to...

  • Rate podcasts and episodes
  • Follow podcasts and creators
  • Create podcast and episode lists
  • & much more