A new podcast from the creators of the Wait in the Wings YouTube channel—a channel that focuses on in depth theatre history that currently boasts over 30,000 subscribers. The podcast is about nothing which in turn allows the show to be about everything! From skits, to reviews, to interviews, and beyond, Too Much Exposition thrives off spontaneity. Each week hosts Gabriela Day and Brendon Henderson will spend an hour indulging in the fun and ridiculousness of being a theatre kid, and use their knowledge to provide the proper mix of tomfoolery and expert education.
You may know the shows, but do you know how they came to be? In this in-depth documentary series host Brendon Henderson pulls back the curtain to retrace the creative journey of Broadway productions from their lowest of lows to their highest of highs. Hold on tight for the unexpected twists and turns as you learn the behind the scenes stories that helped shape The Great White Way.
The official theatre podcast that brings the biggest stars and creatives together in one place to discuss life in the arts. Hosted by William J Connolly.
Hi, I’m Scott Folan. I’m a 21 year old Actor, so naturally I think I can do anything and everything. I’ve decided to start a podcast just talking nonsense with my friends in the industry. There will be awkward pauses and we will talk about only the BIG topics in life because I whole-heartedly believe ‘Actors Can’t Do Small Talk’…
An original eight episode storytelling series dedicated to amplifying the unheard voice. Each episode features a remarkable true story (or two) curated from over twenty years of Houses on the Moon Theater Company’s unique development process of storytelling workshops and interviews with real people. The first season spotlights tales from individuals whose lives have been touched by guns; parents of gender-expansive children; families with incarcerated loved ones; a global conversation between LGBTQ+ storytellers in the U.S. and India; and undocumented youth. These stories, adapted for audio, will be followed by in-depth conversations with host Jeffrey Solomon, the storytellers, and featured community partners. The podcast also features original music by multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, producer, and educator Raleigh Neal II.