A taste of romance, a helping of affirmation: The Food of Love is a Phase Eight Theater Company’s queer, gourmand adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac whose five acts of romantic comedy unfold over five mouthwatering descriptions of dinner courses, which listeners can make using the recipes provided at PhaseEight.org. Now in its third year, The Food of Love was adapted for quarantined times into a podcast-style, audio-only production co-written by and starring Jacksonville, Florida-based trans artist Andres D. Bravo. Listeners are encouraged to prepare their show-inspired meal in advance with recipes provided at phase8theater.org.
The Food of Love can be downloaded here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EFck9kuGNd9qcxQn_BLUTl-D6dd5uYqg/view?usp=sharing
Ah, the theatre... The show must go on, in spite of disastrous mishaps, mortifying flubs, happy accidents, and heroic ad libs … Featured in previous years of Atlanta Fringe Festival, these are three episode selections from “Never Say Macbeth,” with your host Laurie Winkel: the podcast about the unpredictability of life on the stage and how we cope with major surprises. Buckle up, because some of these stories are pretty crazy.
New York, 1934. Crusading city planner Mary Simkhovitch makes a difficult ally for Fiorello La Guardia and Eleanor Roosevelt. The mayor and First Lady just want to build the first public housing in America; Mary demands it live up to America's ideals.
An uplifting, offbeat comedy show that'll brighten your day. Each week the hosts riff on a variety of topics and make each other laugh with original comedy sketches, comedian interviews, ridiculous lists, old movie reviews, bad advice, and really funny stories. In this week's episode we learn about Satan Shoes, we play a horrible jelly bean game, comedic actress Shakirah DeMesier joins us for an improv story, Alexandria helps listeners with relationship advice, and George shares an Easter story in the Writer's Graveyard.
Following years of bullying, ninth grader Ollie committed suicide. Now on the first day back at school after the tragedy, his friends and classmates gather to figure out who’s responsible and find a way to heal. “Richly thoughtful…Salerno presents each character with emotional truth.” - NOW Magazine
DeeDee Black has invited a new crew of gamers on a quest to prove who is the best.
“Walking On Spectrum, a funny and eye-opening glimpse into life with autism by the online globetrotting comedian and spoken word poet, Juliana Heng. If you are curious or you know somebody who walks on the spectrum, check out their show and support the arts. I watched it during the first run on The ADELAIDE FRINGE View 2020 in May 2020 and was blown away by their work. Juliana is a positive light that comes out of these dark times.” says Soness Stevens, Comedian / Emcee / Voice Artist / TED Speaker.
“Walking on Spectrum” was voted : ~ “Most Inspiring Work” at The Asheville FRINGE Arts Festival 2021, ~ “Best Comedy” & “The Borderlands and Beyond Award” at the Tucson Fringe Festival 2021.
“What color is God?” “Are there Baby Ruth’s in heaven?” “Can I bring my dog when the Rapture happens?” Kids will be kids and much worse in this satire based on my experiences in a church pew. "Make a joyful noise," the Bible said, and so we did.
Chase the White Whale with Captain Ahab!
After losing his leg in pursuit of the devilish white whale Moby Dick, Captain Ahab vows vengeance at all costs, but to what lengths will he turn to seek that vengeance——and at what cost to his crew? Created by one of Chicago's most innovative theatre groups, and originally broadcast live across 5,500 miles, A Theater in the Dark invites you to turn off your screen and crank up your speakers as you come with us into the dark… In this 75-minute audio adventure, A Theater in the Dark cooks up with signature style its adaptation of Herman Melville's MOBY DICK. The original production was hailed as "brilliantly adapted" (Around the Town Chicago) with "some of the best, most evocative writing I've heard from a theater this year" (Chicago Sun-Times), "wonderful versatile performances" (WDCB Radio), and a "haunting" (Buzz Center Stage) original score.
A WHITE WHALE, OR: MOBY DICK is audio theatre, performed entirely without visuals; combining the human voice, recorded sound, live Foley effects, and an original musical score, to tell the story.