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Dark Ages

A Comedy, Arts and Performing Arts podcast
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High fantasy. High culture. Low attendance. For the staff of the Rivercliffe Museum of Mostly Natural Histories, the only thing harder than attracting patrons is suffering each other.

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9. Fired Up (aka The Afterburner)
Rivercliffe has been hit by a sub-zero cold snap, but you’d hardly notice in the museum. Staff tempers are flaring up and arguments are growing so heated that it’s no wonder when Nick actually takes Abraxas’s bait and agrees to fix the furnace. All he has to do is navigate the labyrinth of sub-basements…and figure out exactly why their mysterious furnace is on the fritz in the first place. Episode 9 of DARK AGES features… Brandon Kraemer as NickZack Overton as the AfterburnerEli Banks as the Narrator and AbraxasBrittany Michel as JosephineAlan Moore as the Dark Lord and EdmundDana Swanson as Malison and the Weird CultistJoshua Sibley as MarwoodTaylor Roy as ToddDenise Farley Gardner as “Chantal Cleansworthy”Stephen Mank as the Mysterious Cult LeaderLiz Macke as the Tour Golem Episode 9 was written and by Brandon Kraemer, with additional writing by Liz Macke Edited by Liz Macke Sound design by Stephen Mank Original music by Christopher Taylor and Stephen Mank “(Theme From) Dark Ages” written and performed by J. Christopher Arrison and produced by Brent Busby Story elements by Alan Moore, Christina Romo, Denise Farley Gardner, Joshua Sibley and Liz Macke Produced by Liz Macke Series created and directed by Brandon Kraemer Subscribe to Dark Ages on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, or wherever you find your podcasts. Follow us on Twitter at @DarkAgesShow for updates and behind the scene tidbits. Find full episodes and more at darkagesshow.com.
8. Sweeps Week (aka The Inspection)
After a series of divisive escapades, the staff of the Rivercliffe Museum of Mostly Natural Histories has (finally) gathered together to (mostly) unite towards a common goal: pass the city’s annual thaumatic inspection! Everyone’s grown so much since last year… Surely they’ll pass with flying colors! Wait. Are those literal flying colors in the main hall? Why are the exhibits moving? Oh no. Episode 8 of DARK AGES features… Denise Farley Gardner as Chantal CleansworthyAlan Moore as the Dark Lord and EdmundTaylor Roy as Todd and the MannequinBrandon Kraemer as Nick, Goblin General, and Goblin HonkahonkaBrittany Michel as Josephine and Goblin SquelcholioDana Swanson as Malison and Goblin Boogler Eli Banks as Abraxas, the Narrator, and Goblin AttaboyJoshua Sibley as Marwood and Goblin CrookleyLiz Macke as the Tour Golem(s) and JudyStephen Mank as Shawn and Bessie Episode 8 was written and edited by Liz Macke, with additional writing by Brandon Kraemer Sound design by Stephen Mank Original music by Christopher Taylor and Stephen Mank “(Theme From) Dark Ages” written and performed by J. Christopher Arrison and produced by Brent Busby Story elements by Alan Moore, Christina Romo, Denise Farley Gardner, Joshua Sibley and Liz Macke Produced by Liz Macke Series created and directed by Brandon Kraemer Subscribe to Dark Ages on Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, or wherever you find your podcasts. Follow us on Twitter at @DarkAgesShow for updates and behind the scene tidbits. Find full episodes and more at darkagesshow.com.
7. Marwood Goes Home (aka The Simple Stone Tablet)
Curator. Director. Manager. Marwood is an elf who takes his overlapping jobs very seriously—so seriously, in fact, that he rarely leaves his precious museum. He’d be content to stay forever, but an emergency back home might finally force him to leave its marble-columned embrace and face his family tree… or, more accurately, his family of trees. Episode 7 of DARK AGES features… Joshua Sibley as MarwoodDana Swanson as MalisonJennifer Barclay as Craftemis and Goblin AwkwadAlan Moore as The Dark Lord, Edmund, and King BackwoodStephen Mank as Tumbleweed and GruffmanBrittany Michel as Josephine, Bailiff, and Goblin Squelcholio Eli Banks as Abraxas, the Narrator, and HayseedBrandon Kraemer as Nick, Bumballahumbra, Crabgrass, Fox, Elven Guard, and Goblin Enriqueand Liz Macke as the Tour Golem Episode 7 was written by Brandon Kraemer and edited by Liz Macke Sound design by Stephen Mank Original music by Christopher Taylor and Stephen Mank “(Theme From) Dark Ages” written and performed by J. Christopher Arrison and produced by Brent Busby Story elements by Alan Moore, Christina Romo, Denise Farley Gardner, Joshua Sibley and Liz Macke Produced by Liz Macke Series created and directed by Brandon Kraemer Subscribe to Dark Ages on Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, or wherever you find your podcasts. Follow us on Twitter at @DarkAgesShow for updates and behind the scene tidbits. Find full episodes and more at darkagesshow.com.

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Gitte Malene Jensen reviewed this podcast on Jun 29th, 2018
"Original, funny and a bit crazy. A great quality show with an entertaining story and lots of fun characters."

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Podcast Details
Started
May 17th, 2018
Latest Episode
Jun 9th, 2019
Release Period
Monthly
No. of Episodes
11
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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