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The Pocket Radio Theater

An Arts and Performing Arts podcast
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The Pocket Radio Theater is a Rochester, NY based radio theater troupe. Writing, voice acting, and editing stories about a variety of characters and places, the PRT keeps the art of storytelling alive via podcasting. New episodes on the 15th of every month!


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Recent Episodes

Cops and Robbers
When a robbery goes badly, people get hurt. This radio drama premiered on WRUR 88.5 FM Rochester on 11/3/15. Cops and Robbers (Downloadable mp3 – right click the …
John Falls into Another Dimension
A Lovecraftian Horror story, this drama follows one man through a series of increasingly unsettling events. This radio drama premiered on WRUR 88.5 FM Rochester on 11/3/15.…
The Bootleggers Ep. 9: Here Come the Furies
Nick washes up on the shore next to the Saint Ignatius Church at the base of the high falls. He’s alive, but injured and exhausted. Father Aldo Baldoni quietly takes him in to nurse him back to health, but the good father soon finds it’s hard to k…


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ezygo22 reviewed this podcast on Jul 8th, 2018
"The Bootleggers is a series of interconnecting vignettes about life for booze smugglers and the people in their orbit during Prohibition. It's filled with various fun characters who get their chances to shine, misbegotten schemes, and doses of reality that elevate the whole thing. Really enjoyed this one."

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Podcast Details
Mar 15th, 2015
Latest Episode
Nov 16th, 2015
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