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Best Cabaret podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Cabaret podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Hosted by Laurence Maslon, BROADWAY TO MAIN STREET is a weekly radio program devoted to the greatest songs of the American Musical Theater. Originating from WPPB 88.3FM on Long Island's East End, each weekly episode celebrates the shows, stars, songwriters, and cultural phenomena that makes Broadway a legendary place. Music taken from classic original cast albums, film, cabaret, rare recordings, and unique interpretations, with commentary, guest appearances, and news from Broadway.
 
Emanating from KPFK 90.7 FM in Los Angeles, Head Room is a wide-open venue for exploratory rock and roll, be it psychedelic pioneers such as the Grateful Dead, vintage prog, contemporary jam-rock, new music from myriad experimental, improvisational, accidental, avant-freak, wyrd-folk, and psychedelic cabaret artists or any other aural anomalies emanating from the nethersphere. Special emphasis is given to interesting offbeat local acts currently making the scene in Los Angeles.
 
Pantisocracy "A Cabaret of Conversations with host Panti Bliss" Pantisocracy - The Panti Monologues is a podcast channel of the iconic spoken word pieces performed by Panti Bliss in each Pantisocracy show. You can hear the full show and see videos from shows on www.pantisocracy.ie. Radio cuts of the shows are broadcast on RTÉ Radio 1. A series of digital video shorts The Panti Monologues are available on the RTÉ Player. All rights rest with the producers and no broadcast or online reproducti ...
 
Soulpepper, one of Canada's largest theatres, is an artist-centred company that celebrates the stories that move us and the artists who tell them. The Soulpepper Podcast presents highlights from its weekly Cabaret Series, featuring intimate musical performances from established artists, exciting talent, as well as unexpected collaborations from Toronto's diverse musical community.
 
Music maker and creative TImo Peach explores the more hopeful human-planet future, when not twiddling synth knobs, in a regular podcast, Unsee The Future. How do we piece together a complete plan for a more sustainable – more exciting – tomorrow? Perhaps where art, science and play meet. His musical background? Leftfield Electronic New Wave. Filmic Art-Pop Cabaret. Retro Futurism Baroque Nu Disco. Electro-Clash Synthwave. Downtempo daft little tunes. Carefully chosen words. Fusing influences ...
 
#Pantisocracy – Panti Bliss hosts a cabaret of conversations with, and about, contemporary Ireland. Season 5 on air on RTÉ Radio 1 weekly from July 9th to August 20th at 10pm. This is a podcast only channel from producers Athena Media with additional content and full length cuts of the show. If you like what we do, take a second to rate and review the series. A cabaret for the times we live in. Pantisocracy is a society of equals. Pantisocracy is an Athena Media Ltd production. The producer ...
 
A night where people get up on stage and do some tragedy: part cabaret, part variety show. Come and let some great performers make you sad, make you think and make you smile. Sometimes they’ll be putting a new twist on what they do with brand new material tailored towards the theme. Expect music, comedy, true stories and more, all playing up to the tragic form but not taking it too seriously. The night will end, not with a whimper, not with a bang, but with a cathartic sing-a-long. Brought t ...
 
Behind the Curtain: Broadway's Living Legends collects the wit, wisdom, and anecdotes of musical theatre's greatest artists from the Golden Age to Now. From actors to directors, designers to playwrights, press agents to general managers, this podcast is a celebration of the giants who helped shape the American Musical Theatre. Hosts: Robert W. Schneider & Kevin David Thomas
 
Where adult entertainment meets queer lifestyles meets fashion meets crafts meets music meets fishnets, glitter, and rhinestones!Join me as I have guests from every walk of life on my show. Most shows take place on a Friday or Saturday. If there is someone you'd like to see on the show, just let me know!XOXOXOX
 
Singer and actor Ana Gasteyer (SNL, Suburgatory) talks about her new album I’m Hip. This collection of saucy tunes like One Mint Julep grew out of Ana’s cabaret-style shows Let It Rip and Elegant Songs From a Handsome Woman. Evoking the era of chanteuses who knew how to entertain—and throw back a cocktail—I’m Hip shows off Ana’s famous wit and powerhouse voice.
 
In the mood for a memorable ménage à trois? Juju + Jordash + your iPod = 60 sweet minutes of uninterrupted love. Juju & Jordash’s fortnightly promotional podcast, recorded exclusively for deepfrequency.com, brings you a mix of tracks as eclectic as the duo’s own whacky-deep sound. From Eric Dolphy and Theo Parrish to Lee Perry and Cabaret Voltaire, they’ll keep you guessing and yes-ing. Your satisfaction guaranteed! For more info goto www.jujujordash.com or www.deepfrequency.com
 
Guilt & Company is Gastown's premiere live music venue, showcasing nightly performances by the best and brightest entertainers from Vancouver, Canada and Beyond! Established in 2010, Guilt found its home beneath Chill Winston on Gassy Jack Square, and has been providing large doses of class, sass and shimmy hugs to our fair city ever since. We were once known for our incredible selection of board games, but since have matured to offer more refined entertainment for the senses including live ...
 
When we talk about Berlin, we cannot NOT talk about music. Where cabaret ruled the Weimar era and its Golden 20s; where Bowie recorded his "Berlin Trilogy" and shared a flat with Iggy in the 70s; where techno music took flight and dominated the airwaves in the 80s, mutating into a wide field of experimental electronica, music today continues to play an elemental part of the city's cultural identity. Berlin's unique history and its easygoing, affordable lifestyle provide and nurture the perfe ...
 
The reckless Existential Clown, Took Edalow followed the path of a wandering idealists cabaret. They dropped out of college, protested, hitched hiked, train hopped, hippie vanned,lived on communes and traveled the underground lands of activism. The goal was and often is to escape, change and heal the oppressive state of the world. This show will be a variety show exploring the questions and answers that come with the major question….what would actually save the world?
 
Noisextra is a weekly deep dive into the world of noise in all of its forms and features album spotlights and in depth conversations with those residing in the noise world. Hosted by Greh Holger, Tara Connelly and Mike Connelly, the podcast takes a historical look at the many tentacles of noise, industrial, and experimental sounds from their distant roots to everything in between and beyond, predominantly from the pre-millennium era.
 
Thesis on Joan is a podcast dedicated to amplifying voices from the LGBTQ+ community in the New York performing arts scene and examining the industry from a queer perspective! Join fanqueers and theatre professionals Holly (they/them) and Meghan (she/her) as they sit down with groundbreaking theatre folx, from Brooklyn cabaret performers to people backstage and on Broadway. For many queers, theatre has been an escape, this podcast looks to have open conversations on where we’ve come from and ...
 
About The Show The music on Sounds Good is a mix of legacy artists who are still making great music now (Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, Bonnie Raitt ) deep cuts from classic artists (The Band, The Beatles, Grateful Dead, Talking Heads, REM) great contemporary artists who don' t receive commercial airplay ( Neko Case, Wilco , Jack White, Darrell Scott, The Black Keys) and those who defy the boundaries of categorization (Punch Brothers, Bela Fleck, Ry Cooder , Bill Fr ...
 
Grabación Set Live Music Electronic Anexo:Géneros de música electrónica 4-beat 4×4 garage A Acid Cabaret Acid house Ambient B Baile funk Bakalao Balearic beat Bass Music Bassline Bastard pop Beatjuggling Big beat Big room house Breakbeat Breakbeat nu skool Breakbeat psicodélico Breakcore Broken beat Brostep Bumping (música) C Chill out Chillstep Clicks and Cuts Coldwave (Francia) Cosmic disco D Dance Dance punk Dancehall Dark psytrance Dark wave Deejays R us Detroit techno Digital hardcore D ...
 
Meet Sarah Sarah loves to “Keep up with Appearances” and regularly promotes events, activities and personalities coming to this great city of Cairns. Passionate about all things Arty, she continually collects and presents interesting stories and snippets of Cairns vibrant creative culture. Co-host of “Out and About” on Saturday morning with Steve Ahmet, when Sarah is not in the 4CA studio, you’ll find her at the movies, treading the boards at the Rondo theatre or enjoying a glass of bubbly a ...
 
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We're stepping into the smoky nightlife of 1930s Berlin on this week's podcast as Eva Riley chats to me about her brilliant new British drama Perfect 10 and then gets musical to chat about Bob Fosse’s 1970s classic Cabaret. We talk about Liza Minnelli’s Oscar-winning performance, the difficult themes inherent in any story about 1930s Germany and th…
 
Juan Mendez (Silent Servant) joins us to discuss a major root in industrial sound — Cabaret Voltaire’s “The Voice of America.” Juan talks about the importance of this record in relation to his work as well as the entire landscape of industrial and experimental music. We also get into his history as Silent Servant, his work with Sandwell District an…
 
While their seats remain temporarily vacant, Murray's Playhouse in the Park moved to the virtual stage to present an online cabaret. Performers from all over the country will perform songs centered around equality, justice, and inclusion. PIP executive director, Lisa Cope, and music director of United cabaret, Stephen Keene, speak to Tracy Ross abo…
 
Liberty DeVitto opens up about his 30 years with Billy Joel, his bitter ouster and their reconciliation this past winter after a decade-long feud. Liberty talks band dynamics, playing with Sir Paul McCartney and his new autobiography, 'Life, Billy, And The Pursuit Of Happiness.' Subscribe so you don't miss an episode of 'Ken Dashow's Beatles Revolu…
 
#Pantisocracy Season 5 Episode 6 : "A Place to Call My Own' What does it take to call a place your own, or for that place to let you own it? In this episode of Pantisocracy host Panti Bliss is with three people who answered that question. She meets Santis O’Garro, a proud Black Irishwoman from the Caribbean island of Montserrat, Martin Beanz Warde,…
 
This Week: Psycho analysis sings a song & why you must always have Kosher Dill in your stage manager's kit. Every week director Robert W Schneider and actor Kevin David Thomas pull back the curtain on neglected, forgotten, and under appreciated musicals, as well as bizarre performances, endearing television appearances, and all things show business…
 
CABARET NOCTURNE brings you K7 NOCTURNE - A quarterly mixtape, hosted by CABARET NOCTURNE, that features some of the special records, containing exclusives from other artists, mixed up with the various different styles of music he likes to listen at home; non-formulaic music, fusing together cosmic disco, industrial, new-beat with melancholic italo…
 
Join Meghan and Holly as they sit down with Tony Award winning producer extraordinaire Sally Cade Holmes as she navigates producing in the age of digital theater. We talk about our mutual love of drag kings, why strong female characters in musicals are probably queer, Holly’s go-to fourth date spot in 2014-2015, the need for queer mentors, and livi…
 
Sounds shrouded in mist hover as we discuss “Normal” by Brume. While it’s hard to put this CD into words, we do our best as we talk about split brains, psychological planes, and the places Christian Renou’s work takes us. Fade into its haunted essence and discover new ways for sound to ignite fires. Visit Brume at www.elsieandjack.com/brume/ Follow…
 
Welcome to 'Giving Me Life', a fortnightly podcast where 3 Queer, Irish Showgirls discuss pop-culture, old and new, over copious amounts of wine. On this episode: 'Warrior Nun', a selection of 2020's best new albums by female artists, and wedding show 'Say I Do' 00:00 - 08:25 Intro and Listener Submissions 08:25 - 24:30 'Warrior Nun' 24:30 - 47:13 …
 
SHOWS: South Pacific, The Light In The Piazza, To Kill A Mockingbird There is not a genre that Tony Award winning director Bartlett Sher has not explored in his varied, celebrated career. His directorial credits include the original productions of The Light In The Piazza, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, The Bridges of Madison County, Osl…
 
The First Presbyterian Church of Murray and Frances Causey, a director of The Long Shadow , have partnered to present a virtual screening of the powerful documentary that shines light on the disturbing and often unseen legacy of systemic racism within the United States. Murray State professor of history and member of FPC, Dr. David Pizzo, speaks to…
 
Sometimes, to make things happen, we need to go out on our own, to fly solo, and realise our inner vision. In this episode of Pantisocracy host Panti Bliss is with three people who did just that; musician and singer David Geraghty, theatre director and founder of Anu Productions, Louise Lowe, and queer, autistic novelist Naoise Dolan who is creatin…
 
This Week: The Making of Miss Saigon and The Ed Koch Musical! Every week director Robert W Schneider and actor Kevin David Thomas pull back the curtain on neglected, forgotten, and under appreciated musicals, as well as bizarre performances, endearing television appearances, and all things show business. Become a sponsor of Behind The Curtain and g…
 
This week’s episode, Thesis on Joan hosts speak with writer C.A. Johnson. Hear about her recent production and premature closing of MCC’s All the Natalie Portmans, writing for sad queers watching movies about women who don’t want them, and our shared love of a certain teen heartthrob. C.A. also talks about the residencies and fellowships she’s done…
 
Whether under the Crawl Unit moniker or his own name, Joe Colley has created his own unique strain of noise since the late ’80s. We were elated to have Colley join us for an in depth conversation about his work—both sonically and visually—his early experimentation, and the feeling of the boundary-free era of ’90s noise. Let the speakers crack and t…
 
This week, violence unfolds on the streets as film critic Shona Harding discusses the chaotic bloodshed of THE PURGE: ANARCHY. James DeMonaco’s follow-up to low-budget hit THE PURGE struck a real chord with Shona as she started out in film criticism, so we delve into its class war politics, its relationship with reality and the variable quality of …
 
SHOWS: The Wiz, The Tap Dance Kid, Miss Saigon Three time Tony Award winning actor Hinton Battle joins us from Japan to look back on his illustrious career in such shows as The Wiz, Dancin, Sophisticated Ladies, Dreamgirls, The Tap Dance Kid, Miss Saigon, Chicago, and of course, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, where he played Sweet in their iconic musica…
 
What does it take to become the person you are born to be? In this episode of Pantisocracy host Panti Bliss meets five people who share their stories of becoming ‘at home’ in their own skin. Joining Panti Bliss are writer and wheelchair user Louise Bruton, poet Nidhi Zak/Aria Eipe, minimalist composer Úna Keane, transgender activist Noah Halpin and…
 
This Week: A new documentary explores standom in the musical theatre & revisiting a classic musical from the 1980s! Every week director Robert W Schneider and actor Kevin David Thomas pull back the curtain on neglected, forgotten, and under appreciated musicals, as well as bizarre performances, endearing television appearances, and all things show …
 
We're delving into the work of a master this week on the podcast, as Xinyi Zhu discusses her choice of favourite movie – John Cassavetes drama A WOMAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE. There’s plenty to dig into, including Cassavetes unique style, the performances of Gena Rowlands and Peter Falk and the lessons Zhu learned about filmmaking. We also chat about Z…
 
Welcome to 'Giving Me Life', a fortnightly podcast where three Queer Irish Showgirls and one dapper gentleman discuss pop-culture, old and new, over copious amounts of wine. On this episode: It's Vintage Week! We talk about 'The Muppet Show', youtube channel 'My Classic Car TV', and screen classic 'Brief Encounter'. 00:00 - 08:28 Intro and Listener…
 
Two of the Behind The Curtain's favorite guests, press agent Joshua Ellis and critic Peter Filichia, join Rob and Kevin to look back on their interactions with some of Broadway's most famous, infamous, and truly bizarre legends of the theatre. Peter and Josh look back on the true world of Sir Laurence Olivier, the terror of a certain Broadway diva,…
 
Every year in late summer, hundreds of hummingbirds pass through the Land Between the Lakes area while migrating to South America. The Woodlands Nature Station's lead naturalist, John Pollpeter, speaks to Tracy Ross about the small, iridescent birds and opportunities to see them at LBL.By tross1@murraystate.edu (Tracy Ross)
 
#Pantisocracy Season 5 Episode 3 ‘When Things Fall Apart’ What do you do when everything falls apart, and your best laid plans collapse in the eye of a global storm? In this episode of Pantisocracy host Panti Bliss is with three people, photographer Ruth Medjber, novelist Gavin McCrea and singer/songwriter Emma Langford, who each had to answer that…
 
The first day of classes at the West Kentucky Community and Technical College in Paducah is only 25 days away. As COVID-19 cases continue to spike throughout the state, higher education institutions are forced to rethink how they might reopen for the Fall 2020 semester. President of WKCTC, Dr. Anton Reece, speaks with Tracy Ross about the college's…
 
This Week: Exploring Kevin David Thomas' cinematic endeavors in the post millennial era of film and Jacques Brel's legacy of music. Every week director Robert W Schneider and actor Kevin David Thomas pull back the curtain on neglected, forgotten, and under appreciated musicals, as well as bizarre performances, endearing television appearances, and …
 
#Pantisocracy S5 E4 - with an incredible panel of parlour guest's for Panti Bliss - with Louise Bruton, Nidhi Zak/Aria Epie, Una Keane, Noah Halpin and Melina Malone all talking about moments of change and transformation in their lives.What does it take to become the person you are born to be? In this episode of Pantisocracy host Panti Bliss meets …
 
We're delving into class warfare on this week's podcast as filmmaker Fyzal Boulifa discusses his terrific British drama LYNN + LUCY and his favourite movie – director King Vidor’s melodrama STELLA DALLAS. We chat about Barbara Stanwyck’s incredible central performance, the intriguing class issues at the centre of the story and the way film critics …
 
In Episode 4 get to know Thesis on Joan’s hosts, FanQueers Meghan and Holly! Hear about the inspiration for the podcast, their friendship meet cute, growing up in Ohio as budding musical theatre nerds, their (kinda) matching tattoos and what musical theatre moments probably made them queer. Places / Orgs We Shout Out! ART New York - Body Autonomy P…
 
To say we had a blast talking to Richard Ramirez-Matzus and Sean Ramirez-Matzus, the core of Black Leather Jesus, would be a criminal understatement. This 2 hour talk could have easily been 10 hours. We get into the early days of Black Leather Jesus and Deadline Recordings, our favorite horror movies, and so much more. Time to sharpen your pencils …
 
#Pantisocracy Season 5 Episode 3 ‘When Things Fall Apart’Panti Bliss shares her experience of 'When Things Fall Apart" or as she calls it 'Shit Happens' and gives some advice to a good friend who is struggling post lockdown. We can't control what happens, but we can control how we react to what happens.The Panti Monologues is a short form podcast t…
 
SHOWS: The Full Monty, Hairspray, The Coast of Utopia Note: This interview was recorded via phone with Mr. O'Brien and may not have as clear of a sound as our other episodes. Trust us when we say the brilliance of Mr. O'Brien's wisdom outweighs any technical issues. The Tony Award winning Jack O'Brien is one of the industry's most versatile directo…
 
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