This week on Murder Is My Jam, the only true-crime podcast with serial killers and self-care, Sidney is anxious and Ellen isn’t here. Or, Sidney knows exactly where Ellen is, but first she has to navigate this week’s horror story, about what happens to two female podcasters who dare to talk about murder. But Sidney has a message for the listeners: No matter what you say, she is “Not Your (Final) Girl.”
Written by Natalie Zutter. Directed by Kristen Tomanocy. Staring Lilli Cooper and Samantha Nugent. Sound engineering, design, and editing by Liz Regan. Play development by Lauren Milici. Artwork by Andrew Singer. dtc radio theme by Spencer Robelen. Host is Pip Gengenbach.
All other music and sounds used with permission from Audioblocks.
Jacob is an actor--a rising young talent struggling to find himself. After suffering a meltdown on national television, Jacob instead finds himself struggling with possible career suicide. One morning he awakens to discover something else entirely: his exact duplicate; a man named Troy Maxim. Troy is handsome, charming, eager to please, but something about him seems the slightest bit artificial—and dangerous. Jacob soon learns that the role of his lifetime may the one he never knew he agreed to take.
Written by Corey Payka.Directed by Robert AK Gonyo. Starring Laura Iris Hill, Cristina Pitter, Josh Adam Ramos, Rob Karma Robinson, and Kia Sayyadi. Sound engineering by Liz Regan. Sound design and editing by Robert AK Gonyo.
Play development by Sarah Misch. Artwork by Andrew Singer. dtc radio theme by Spencer Robelen. Host by Pip Gengenbach. All other music and sounds used with permission from Audioblocks.
The Shakespeares only had one bank left to rob. It should have been easy...in and out in under sixty seconds; but a fit of madness and an itchy trigger finger changed all of that. Now the three sorority sisters are on the run, and seeking refuge with a mystic who believes they've dipped their toes into a pool straight from hell. That uneasy feeling you get when you flip off the lights and jump into bed? That's Darkness as a Bride. Written by Tyler Grimes. Directed by Anthony Methvin. Starring Dani DeCarlo, Julia Giolzetti, Rachael VanWormer, Stacy Michelle Walker, and Marci Ann Wibben. Sound Engineering and Design by Lisha Brown. Sound Editing by Tyler Grimes. Play Development by Cynthia White. Artwork by Andrew Singer. dtc radio Theme Music by Spencer Robelen. All other music and sounds used with permission from Audioblocks.
In an effort to avoid the most boring summer vacation in living memory, Levi Shepherd and her sister Jessie invent their very own urban legend: the Swamp Beast of Bandon, North Dakota. What begins as a website parodying the likes of Sasquatch and the Skunk Ape quickly takes on a new meaning when two young visitors to the site fall for the blurry photographs and joke testimonies the girls craft. But as the teens’ tall tale grows taller and taller, will this faux monster come back to bite them? Find out in “The Swamp Beast of Bandon, North Dakota.”
Written by Jennifer Schell. Directed by Kimmi Johnson. Starring Kiara Negroni, Susanna Ninomiya, Simon Ostrower, and Joshua Diaz. Sound Engineering and Design by Tyler Grimes. Edited by Liz Regan. Play Development by Tyler Grimes. Artwork by Andrew Singer. dtc radio Theme Music by Spencer Robelen. All other music and sounds used with permission from Audioblocks.
Violet Shaw has so many questions. Why did her cat run away? Why did her boss lay her off? Will she ever get anywhere as a working artist? Who is this mysterious masked man leaving purple stencil paintings in random locations in Brooklyn? How did she wind up on a billboard overlooking the BQE? Is this real life? Is this just fantasy? Listen to Distilled Radio’s presentation of My Violet Brooklyn and find out. Maybe…
Voice Over Under, With a Creation, Revival, and MTA Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Pro-wrestlers are a fascinating breed. They compete, they fight, they bleed, and they live for the noise of the crowd. But when they're not in the ring, when they're at the mall, on the road, or even just out to dinner, they carry the expectations of the crowd with them. Before she fights for the Women's Championship belt, Angelica Rhodes, or if you'd prefer, "Angelica Rhodes," just wants to eat her meal in peace. But an invasion story-line has been booked for her tonight, and her life in the ring is about to spill out, in DTC Radio's newest radio drama, Face Turn.
In this drama, a brother and sister argue about the merits of a particular piece of art work while on vacation in San Diego,. The unlikely tourists find themselves at the base of the 25-foot bronze statue, titled "Unconditional Surrender", a replica of the WWII soldier kissing a nurse in Times Square. The backstory of the iconic kiss comes into play here and soon emotions run high in accessing personal boundaries. Is "the kiss" a spontaneous, romantic moment between a soldier and a civilian, or is it an assault against an unsuspecting woman on the street? Either way, this tourist stop promises to be memorable.
Sandy and Richie went to the same high school but they never really knew each other. Years later a Tinder match brings them back together for the town carnival, where a series of rides brings has them reminiscing, flirting, and arguing. But one ride in particular is calling to them, beckoning them down the horrifying, dark tunnels of Dr. Shock's Sonic Scream Shack.
Unsatisfied with the hustle and bustle of New York City, disillusioned twentysomething Dana moves to LA with a plan to...well, he's not really sure what the plan is. As he tries to find his way in his sun-drenched new city, he finds himself growing distant from the girlfriend he left back in New York, while putting all his hopes in a new relationship at the same time--learning that you can go home again, but it makes creating a new home really, really difficult.