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Broadway Podcast Network opens Pride Month with L Morgan Lee

Broadway Podcast Network (BPN), NYC’s digital leader in theater-related audio programming, has announced the creation of an international partnership with eleven, one of the...

A feel-good podcast from theatermakers Matt Conner and Stephen Gregory Smith

Do you have those friends who are so crazy talented, smart, and wonderful that you wonder how in the world you are lucky enough...

New audio series and app from the Broadway Podcast Network

Today is the day that a variety of NYC shows and venues following all COVID-19 safety protocol have been given the official go-ahead to...

The Public’s bilingual podcast of ‘Romeo y Julieta’ to star Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o

Director Saheem Ali continues his audio exploration of William Shakespeare’s canon with Romeo y Julieta - a new bilingual podcast of The Bard’s beloved...

Theater-related podcasts gain popularity

Podcasts have been popular for a long time, but the shutdown has brought house-bound theater professionals many new reasons to create their own audio...

Two theater students start a podcast that asks stars “Whatcha Doin’?”

Two enterprising Catholic University of America seniors are hosting a new podcast to connect current theater industry professionals with future theater industry professionals through...

An invitation to ‘Gather Together’ for Thanksgiving with the Broadway Podcast Network

With the crucial need for social distancing to stop the spread of the spiking coronavirus, this year’s Thanksgiving observance will be very different than...

Michael Kushner is taking his podcast series ‘Dear Multi-Hyphenate’ to the classroom

An exciting and original project is coming this Spring from Broadway multi-hyphenate Michael Kushner - a person who has multiple proficiencies, often cross-pollinating into...

Not-to-be-missed streams from Broadway Podcast Network and Irish Repertory Theatre

Among the must-see digital offerings to take us into November are a serial podcast send-up of the soap-opera antics that go on with a...

Erik Ransom envisions ‘The World to Come’ in a new podcast series

Award-winning New York-based composer, librettist, and lyricist Erik Ransom (his hit GRINDR The Opera won London’s Off West End Award for Best New Musical...

A telling and powerful serial podcast of ‘Richard II’ by The Public Theater

Although COVID-19 has caused the cancellation of this year’s outdoor summer performances of free Shakespeare in the Park, it hasn’t stopped The Public Theater...

Two entertaining serial podcasts for summer binge-listening

Originally issued in weekly installments, the complete editions of two engaging serial podcasts are now available in full, so you can binge on them...

Broadway Podcast Network launches its new ‘My First Show’ interview series

Broadway Podcast Network (BPN) - offering a wide range of premiere digital programming in theater and the performing arts, with all-star hosts, actors, storytellers,...

A gripping new audio performance of ‘Bleeding Love’ on the Broadway Podcast Network

Following its successful world-premiere run in 2015, live on stage in Denmark’s Fredericia Teater, Bleeding Love is now available on digital platforms to a...

Flying V Theatre: Pushing the Boundaries of Theater One Podcast Episode at a Time

Imagine a world where pop culture and high culture intersect. A world in which wrestling, comics, and gaming meld seamlessly with the performing arts,...

Venues keep rolling with virtual performances

As more venues plan for re-opening, many arts organizations will return to a sole focus on in-person performances. But some institutions that have streamed...

What the fork?! ‘What Comes Next’ picks up where pandemic left us off-kilter

In an era of TikTok attention spans, 21st Century Players' new audio play is a refreshing dive into storied traditions that came before.

Neil Simon’s classic farce ‘Rumors’ up next at Little Theatre of Alexandria

It's not home alone on Zoom; it's live on stage where comedy belongs.

Perisphere Theater to stage R. Eric Thomas’s comic ‘Time Is On Our Side’

DC-area premiere of award-winning play about queering history.

Rorschach Theatre’s ‘Distance Frequencies’ to finish live on lawn

An original work of site-specific magic realism with a sound track of DC punk and go-go culminating a season-long immersive experience.