Here are all of the podcasts that make up Season 1. You can listen to them here by clicking on the links below or you can download them in iTunes.
Two strangers meet under the most unlikely of circumstances. When Claire and Sarah learn why, against their will, they’ve been brought together, they realize the choice they face is easy, but the dilemma it creates seemingly insurmountable. A contemporary morality play which compels audiences, in an accessible and sometimes lighthearted fashion, to reflect on the very nature of morality. The questions and the conversations provoked by this play will last long after the curtain falls.
8 Words That Ruined My Relationship is a look at the last 20 minutes of a relationship in this carefully crafted repartee between He, She, and Someone Else.
A delicious comedy about race, identity and vibrators! ”Black on the outside, white on the inside.” Kaye, a woman of colour, maintains that her passion for soft rock and word puzzles do not negate her racial identity. Newly divorced and working at a sex shop, Kaye is determined to find a way to live life inside her own skin.
On the day of his wedding, Sutler Brody is visited by the father of an old girlfriend, bringing up unwanted memories of the past : a play about secrets from your past catching up with you.
Three famous animals…and their famous last words. Bestiary offers an animal’s-eye-view of human history, ranging from the Biblical Flood, the Napoleonic Wars, and on to the space race. Jonah’s whale and Laika the canine cosmonaut begin and end this tragi-comic trio of monologues, while the bizarre-but-true tale of the Hartlepool Monkey completes the set.
A play about Love & War by Ed McNamara, Redshift explores the ties between Rufus and Syriana. More complicated than it seems, their relationship pushes the audience to consider trust, loyalty, desire, and ultimately, love.
In the near future, humankind has been destroyed. As the world draws to a close, our superheroes, Zip and Wick, have a chance meeting in Paris. Will our two archenemies find comfort, connection, and acceptance in this final encounter?