Between Acts is an immersive audio theater podcast experience. Each biweekly episode sets the stage for your imagination to freely venture through the works of newfound playwrights—from dramas to comedies and everything in-between.
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:: I Live Here Now
You never know who might be watching you, ready to hold you accountable. Tonight in a nice house on a quiet street, those unknowns will become very, very painfully revealed. See how it all unfolds in “I Live Here Now.”
The following episode contains graphic depictions of violence that maybe too disturbing or traumatizing for some audiences.
Hal and His Atomic Ray Gun
Do little green men really visit our small planet to kidnap and experiment on humans? Or are these aliens just a figment of one’s imagination? Where does the science stop and the fiction begin? All will be revealed in “Hal and His Atomic Ray Gun.”
Shapes and Stanzas
Sue is poetry in motion, Ron is a guy who knows all the angles. Join us for a poignant journey through time, friendship, romance, poetry, geometry, and other complicated endeavors with “Shapes and Stanzas.”
Snack Machine Blues
A host of snacks await their fates in this delightfully existential comedy. Will they crumble, fall to pieces, or live to display another day? You’re in for a treat with “Snack Machine Blues.”
This Blasted War
Space patrolman Sane relishes a break from his dull exploratory missions when he stumbles upon a murder mystery of worldwide proportions. Join us on an eerie, otherworldly journey and listen to “This Blasted War.”
Captain Ahab, NYPD
Can a tabloid camera guy make a fair living among cops and robbers in the mean streets of New York -- or will he get harpooned by the company he keeps? Weigh anchor, set sail, and lend an ear to this full-on noir tale, “Captain Ahab, NYPD.”
Original Works. Talented Voices. Immersive Sound
Entertaining stories well enacted with voice and sound. I appreciate the variety of stories and sound that makes me feel like I am there.
A great escape
With so much… errr… stuff in the world, it’s so refreshing to find an escape from reality. All of the episodes are more or less the same length and perfect for listening to while running errands.
Beehives of the Dead
I especially enjoyed this episode! Well acted, suspenseful and funny. This podcast helps scratch my itch for community theater. Love it!