A theatre podcast discussing a different play each week and the worst ways to stage them. Hosted by the utterly ridiculous actor Kell Andersen and the marginally more sensible director Jessica Palfrey.
New episodes released every Sunday
Exit The 35th: Christmas Special
It’s our Christmas special for 2017 and in many ways we have outdone ourselves in terms of self-indulgence. It’s 40 minutes of utter trite, and we go back through our catalogue and do some Exit trivia, play some games, and gently stroke our egos.
A VERY big thank you to Joseph Diskett, for all the music. Like us on Facebook, review us on iTunes and tweet us @exitpodcast
Exit The 34th: Macbeth
Something wicked this way comes! No we’re not talking about the musical again, we’re talking Macbeth by William Shakespeare. Witches, pumpkins and jumping castles all feature in this delicious episode about murder and magic- two of Jess’ favorite things.
Thankyou maestro Joseph Diskett for the spooky sounds. Head over and treat us with a review on iTunes, like us on facebook, and trick us on twitter @exit_podcast.
Exit The 33rd: Wicked
We’re dancing through life this week as Kell and Jess talk about one of Broadway’s most popular musicals, Wicked. You may not believe it but this episode features one of the best dream casts of any Exit production, and you know our true love Patti is involved. Whether you loathe it or love it, you better believe we relish ruining it.
Thank you to musical wizard Joseph Diskett for our tunes. Like us on Facebook, review us on iTunes and tweet us @exit_podcast.
Exit The 31st: The Laramie Project
Kell and Jess look at their first verbatim play, The Laramie Project by Moises Kaufman. We don’t try very hard to ruin it, primarily because we’re not bigots, and considering the current political climate in Australia we want to make it abundantly clear that we are pro gay marriage. Nevertheless we try to preserve with this episode, arguably ending in failure.
Thank you Joseph Diskett for your sweet, sweet music. Please head to iTunes to review us, like us on Facebook and twitter @exit_podcast.
Exit The 30th: Rhinoceros
If you hate Victor Hugo and find human existence meaningless, you and Eugène Ionesco have a lot in common. That’s good, because that suggests you may also enjoy his play Rhinoceros. Strangely there are no ‘horny’ jokes made whatsoever, but that is probably more a reflection on the sad state of Jess and Kells’ love lives more than anything else.
A special thank you to Joseph Diskett for the intro music. Please pop over to iTunes and review us, tweet us @exitpodcast, and of course like us on Facebook, so that we can have some meaning in our sad, sad, lives.
Exit The 29th: Oedipus Rex
Sophocles. What a guy. For one thing he wrote Oedipus Rex, and for another thing he also happened to invent the idea of the THIRD actor. This guy was revolutionary. Not only do Kell and Jess praise Sophocles but they also chat about NIDA, the media and a variety of plagues in a fun filled family episode. Oh Daddy, we’ve been bad.
Thank you Joseph Diskett for the intro lullaby. Head over to iTunes and give us a review, like us on facebook and tweet us @exit_podcast.
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