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Dr. Seuss’ “How The Grinch Stole Christmas!” read by Keith Morrison

Dr. Seuss’ “How The Grinch Stole Christmas!” read by Keith Morrison

Podcast/Article: Dr. Seuss’ “How The Grinch Stole Christmas!” read by Keith Morrison URL: Description: Every year Random House Children’s Books celebrates the Dr. Seuss classic by encouraging young readers and their families to...

The 12 Best Fiction Podcasts To Get Sucked Into

The 12 Best Fiction Podcasts To Get Sucked Into

If you’ve ever wondered what it was like in the so-called olden days when families gathered around the radio to listen to the latest adventures of Amos ‘n’ Andy and Little Orphan Annie or whatever, then you may want to check out the best fiction podcasts. Radio drama is alive and well! It has just […]

Flatlands Delivers Online Production Of Holiday Classic

The Flatlands Theatre Company pulled off a Christmas miracle of its own this past weekend with the live online production of the radio drama version of It’s a Wonderful Life. The Winkler-based theatre company had hoped to do the performance of Frank Capra’s 1946 holiday classic at the P.W. Enns Centennial Concert Hall, delivered like […]

Orlando ‘Victorian horror’ troupe Phantasmagoria is putting on haunted holiday performances online

  Photo courtesy Phantasmagoria Orlando’s own “Victorian horror” troupe, Phantasmagoria, is ringing in the holidays with online performances that indulge in a forgotten Christmas tradition of the past: telling ghost stories. There are three performances left. All are free (Phantasmagoria’s gift to you) and will stream live on the troupe’s Facebook Live page. So if […]


Dixon Place Presents BLACKBLADE – A Fantasy Radio Play

Dixon Place presents a new fantasy radio drama: BLACKBLADE is written by Arif Silverman and directed by Lillian Wooten White, available through the Dixon Place website from December 13th through January 10th. Tickets are available at; there will be a talkback with the artists on December 13th at 8:30pm EST. Told in four short […]

Whodunit? Gustavus Theatre Puts on Murder Mystery Radio Show

While the “Golden Age” of radio may be long past, the Department of Theatre & Dance at Gustavus Adolphus College is bringing radio performance back in its fall show, The Murder Mystery Hour: A Double Bill of Radio Thrillers. This audio-based production streams online November 13 and 15. “When we were choosing what we were […]


KCAT visits Kansas City’s rowdy past in a compelling radio drama

[spider_facebook id=”- Select Form -“] KCAT is producing an original radio drama about KC’s rowdy past In our ever-shifting pandemic arts landscape, we are now at a juncture where some of Kansas City’s best actors can be heard but not seen.  That’s not necessarily a bad thing.  Kansas City Actors Theatre, like all other theater […]