58 episodes

A spoiler driven anthology series, where there is always an elevator and someone always dies in it - but everything else is different.

Someone Dies In This Elevator Realm

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    • 4.5 • 52 Ratings

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A spoiler driven anthology series, where there is always an elevator and someone always dies in it - but everything else is different.

Listen on Apple Podcasts
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    BARRAGE's Last Stand

    BARRAGE's Last Stand

    Someone Dies In This Elevator - BARRAGE’s Last Stand
    Rating: PG-13.

    BARRAGE is up to shenanigans. This episode contains fantasy violence, brainwashing, spiders (they are mechanical, but one is very large), and death in an elevator.
    Transcript here.

    The trailer at the end of this episode is for Mayfair Watchers Society. The town of Mayfair is just like any other: tidy lawns and book clubs, bake sales and Sunday school. And just like any other town, Mayfair has a secret - one that everyone knows, but almost no one says: Along the bus routes and down silent wooded roads, behind the mill and at the dark end of parking lots, at the edge of the porch, just beyond the lamp light, things move in the shadows. But, Mayfair is a town like any other: and a secret like this can only stay hidden for so long.

    This episode was written and directed by Bob Raymonda. Script editing by Jesse Schuschu. Dialogue editing and sound design by Brad Colbroock, with some sound design assistance by Tal Minear. Music by Caleb Ritche. Executive produced by Tal Minear. Episode artwork by Tal Minear. Starring: Ezra J. Wayne as Shemshim. Emaline Tuck as Rhizzo. Alexander Doddy as Dublar. Tarek D Esaw, Ali Hylton, and Nick Chang as Grunts. Dallas Wheatly as Euzix. Brandon Nguyen as Balthar.

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    • 24 min
    Returning Home

    Returning Home

    Someone Dies In This Elevator - Returning Home
    Rating: PG-13.

    Returning home can mean leaving another, sometimes. This episode contains assisted suicide for an elder, and death in an elevator. 
    Transcript here.

    The trailer at the end of this episode is for Party of One, an actual-play podcast focused on two-player roleplaying experiences. Every week, host Jeff Stormer sits down with friends for a two-player game to have some laughs, maybe a few tears, and a really good time. New episodes drop every Tuesday.

    This episode was written by D. J. Sylvis and directed by Evan Tess Murray. Script editing by Jesse Schuschu. Dialogue editing by Cole Burkhardt and sound design by Brad Colbroock. Music by Trace Callahan. Executive produced by Tal Minear. Episode artwork by Tal Minear.

    Starring: Caroline Mincks as Dolia. David S. Dear as Grey. Sena Bryer as the voice of the announcements.

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    • 23 min
    The Flying Chair

    The Flying Chair

    Someone Dies In This Elevator - The Flying Chair
    Rating: PG-13.

    Based on the true story of Anne Henriette of France. This episode contains sickness (tuberculosis), and death in an elevator. 
    Transcript here.

    The trailer at the end of this episode is for The Night Post, an audio drama podcast about the conscripted couriers of a city at odds with the ancient, arcane frontier that surrounds it. What begins as Milo’s search for his missing husband becomes the couriers’ journey to save themselves and uncover the secrets of the organization that chose them.

    This episode was written and directed by A. R. Olivieri. Script editing by Jesse Schuschu. Dialogue editing by A. R. Olivieri and sound design by Tal Minear. Music by Roshan Singh. Executive produced by Tal Minear. Episode artwork by Tal Minear.

    Starring: Beth Eyre as Anne Henriette, Evan Tess Murray as Louis-Philippe, Tau Zaman as King Louis XV, and D. J. Sulvis as Reginald.

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    • 19 min
    Climbing

    Climbing

    Someone Dies In This Elevator - Climbing
    Rating: R.

    It’s every man for himself. This episode contains violence, murder, depiction of a plague (viral transmission), and death in an elevator.
    Transcript here.

    The trailer at the end of this episode is for Human Error. Set in an apocalyptic version of 2033, ‘Human Error’ follows a young adult named Billie as they travel across South Central Texas where society has fallen to hordes of zombie-like creatures called Errors. Having lost their own family and friends to death and tragedy, Billie takes refuge with a group of other survivors seeking safety and a cure for Errors. But Billie has more in common with the Errors than they’d like to admit to their companions.

    This episode was written by Jesse Schuschu and directed by Ezra J. Wayne. Script editing by Colin Kelly-Rodriguez. Dialogue editing by Newton Schottelkotte and sound design by Colin Kelly-Rodriguez. Music by Ali Hylton. Executive produced by Tal Minear. Episode artwork by Tal Minear.

    Starring: Bradley Green as Marcus. Samya De Meo as Stella. Ariel Hack and Stephen Indrisano as Newscasters. Leslie Gideon as the voice of the elevator.

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    • 22 min
    Rise

    Rise

    Someone Dies In This Elevator - Rise
    Rating: PG-13.

    Smile, you’re on camera. This episode contains the sound of a gunshot at the end of the episode, discussion of systemic inequality, and death in an elevator.
    Transcript here.

    The trailer at the end of this episode is for The Children of Room 56. In Spiritsford, The lakes have teeth. The walls have eyes. There's a hotel for ghosts in the woods. Sam Moss and her tight-knit group of friends have been investigating the mysteries of Spiritsford since they were children, and they enjoy it... until one of their own goes missing. Chip Romero has disappeared. And Sam is determined to find him. But the supernatural creatures of the town are getting increasingly malicious, and Sam's chances of actually finding her friend seem near-impossible.

    This episode was written by ItMe! and directed by Mik Koats. Script editing by Jesse Schuschu. Dialogue editing by Sierra Doss and sound design by Kathryn Stanley. Music by Ali Hylton. Executive produced by Tal Minear. Episode artwork by Tal Minear.

    Starring: Anthony Kluttz as Corey. Giancarlo Herrera as Jordan. Cass McPhee as Stagehand. Angel Haven Rey as Game Show Host.

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    • 21 min
    Food Sciences

    Food Sciences

    Someone Dies In This Elevator - Food Sciences
    Rating: R.

    CRONCH. This episode contains discussions of animal testing, lots and lots of gore, and death in an elevator.

    Transcript here.

    The trailer at the end of the episode was for Joy To The World, an orbiting holiday audio drama. It follows Joy, an astronaut alone on the ISS, as they take calls from around the world on a lonely Christmas Eve.

    This episode was written and directed by Brad Colbroock. Script editing by Jesse Schuschu. Dialogue editing and sound design by Brad Colbroock. Executive produced by Tal Minear. Episode artwork by Tal Minear. 

    Starring: Ester Ellis as Hugh. Newton Schottelkotte as Selar. Eli Barazza as Ursula. Brad Colbroock as Bessie.

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    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
52 Ratings

52 Ratings

ChemicallyWrit ,

In a fiction landscape of shocking twists…

…This show rejects the need for cheap thrills and tells you right from the beginning: there will be an elevator, and someone will die. The joy is in the journey, and in the flawless writing and sound design. I love this show.

Standing.wav ,

Creative and Diverse

I love that every episode is an entirely new world, with a novel plot, talented voices, and funny (or tragic) stories that stick to the brain. I can’t wait for the next season!

Doing this To Get Function ,

Best Title in Audio Drama

It’s a show about people dying in elevators, all in uniquely odd, scary, or sometimes poignant ways. An incredible collaborative effort from some of the best creators in audio drama - you really should go listen.

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