100 episodes

Starlight Radio Dreams is a smorgasbord of auditory entertainment, combining classic radio drama-style serials with comedic sketches and improv. Join up-and-coming Internet celebrity Devin Showtime and her uncle, former Hollywood great Burlington Showtime, as they host a series of hilarious antics, fabulous guests, and amazing stories.

Starlight Radio Dream‪s‬ Starlight Radio Dreams

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    • 4.8 • 17 Ratings

Starlight Radio Dreams is a smorgasbord of auditory entertainment, combining classic radio drama-style serials with comedic sketches and improv. Join up-and-coming Internet celebrity Devin Showtime and her uncle, former Hollywood great Burlington Showtime, as they host a series of hilarious antics, fabulous guests, and amazing stories.

    SRD S5E4: Pandaversary

    SRD S5E4: Pandaversary

    We celebrated one year since our last in-person show the way we celebrate everything by doing another amazing show! This one was chock full of serials and even includes a new musical number. If you want to hear the whole show as it was presented including interstitial hosting from our very own Burlington Showtime, then this is the episode for you. 58 minutes of comedy in one easy download! There’s more where that came from too. Head on over to our patreon and back us at the $10 level for free admission to every livestream! That’s the best way to get every episode at the peak of freshness.

    Written and directed by Ansel Burch, Kat Evans and Jared McDaris. Featuring the vocal talents of Kim Fukawa, Julia Kessler, Ansel Burch, Kat Evans and Jared McDaris.

    Audio editing by Ansel Burch and Jared McDarisThe SRD theme song was written and performed by Arne Parrott.

    SRD Shorts: The Spoopening

    SRD Shorts: The Spoopening

    Life comes at you fast. The afterlife? Even more so. No one tells you what to expect and once you’re there you’ve gotta’ be your own undead. No wonder so many ghosts get a little confrontational.

    Written and directed by Kat Evans.

    Kim Fukawa as Narrator. Julia Kessler as Agent. Kat Evans as Stacey. Ansel Burch as Jimmy. Jared McDaris as Ghost.

    Audio edited by Ansel Burch. The SRD theme was written and performed by Arne Parrott.

    Samuel Spruce the Little Wooden Boy: Ep 2 "Disgusting Jobs with Mitch McCrow"

    Samuel Spruce the Little Wooden Boy: Ep 2 "Disgusting Jobs with Mitch McCrow"

    When it comes time to do a disgusting job, attitude is essential. Luckily, what Sam Spruce lacks in worldly experience, knowledge of labor laws and a circulatory system is certainly made up for by his plucky attitude. Will this sunny little puppet-come-to-life make it through a day on the job? Will he be able to advocate for himself and his fellows? Find out in this new episode!

    Written and directed by Jared McDaris.

    Kat Evans as Sam Spruce. Julia Kessler as Alex. Kim Fukawa as Jaime Tamsen. Ansel Burch as Chris Noble. Jared McDaris as Mitch McCrow.

    Slay Belles S1E2: Crows and Office Cronies

    Slay Belles S1E2: Crows and Office Cronies

    The Slay Belles, true to their name, have been slaying hard all winter long and when it’s time for their well earned vacation they don’t take kindly to needing to stay on due to a continued onslaught from the creatures beyond our mortal realm. Will they be able to survive the monsters which still beset that world and figure out what their home office isn’t telling them? Find out in this episode! Subscribe to Starlight Radio Dreams on your favorite podcatcher to make sure you’re up to date on all of our hilarious shows!

    Written and directed by Kat Evans.

    Kim Fukawa as Ruby. Julia Kessler as Ethel. Kat Evans as Edith. Jared McDaris as Chesterton. Ansel Burch as Garbled Voice and Barb.

    Audio edited by Jared McDaris. The SRD theme was written and performed by Arne Parrott.

    Meet the Frankensteins: Pilot

    Meet the Frankensteins: Pilot

    Shelley and Theo may be unspeakable undead abominations but now that they’re people, they’re going to have to figure out how to live in this crazy ol’ world. Will they be able to mange in the big city? Will they be able to grapple with the existential crisis of their unlives? Will the barbeque place downstairs feed them all three meals a day? Join them as the journey begins in the series’ pilot.

    Written and directed by Ansel Burch.

    Jared McDaris as Theo. Kat Evans as Shelley.

    Episode art by Erin Cline. Audio edited by Ansel Burch. The SRD Theme song was written and performed by Arne Parrott.

    SRD S5E3: New Year, New Me, New Catastrophe

    SRD S5E3: New Year, New Me, New Catastrophe

    We kicked off the new year with a bang and this episode if your chance to enjoy two series pilots, two comedy shorts and a parody song as well. Enjoy almost an hour of action, whimsy, myth and relatable metaphors that’s sure to make you feel at least a little more seen.

    Written, directed and performed by Kat Evans, Jared McDaris, Sam Locke and Ansel Burch.. Featuring the vocal talents of Kim Fukawa and Julia Kessler.

    Audio Edited by Sam Locke, Jared McDaris and Ansel Burch. The SRD theme was written and performed by Arne Parrott.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

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Audio Drama Reviews ,

Public Domain Adventure Team ROCKS!

"Why no one has made it big with such a simple idea is beyond words. Thankfully, the folks at Starlight Radio Dreams do it rather well in their recurring segment, titled: “Public Domain Adventure Team.”

As the title suggests, it stars characters in the public domain. Think the Avengers or Justice League, but with literary classics. The cast includes Jane Eyre, Beowulf, Mr. Toad (The Winds in the Willows), and the Ghost of Christmas Past (A Christmas Carol).

... One of the more fascinating elements about the show is that it is a live performance. The engaged audience adds to the level of enjoyment on the podcast. Like yawning, laughter is contagious, and you’re certainly laughing with the audience every time a joke lands. For those who hate laugh tracks in sitcoms, might get annoyed at the constant laughter, but you can’t deny it adds to the overall experience of the live performance—which is by far the most entertaining aspect of this production company, even while listening by yourself with the theater of the mind."

Saw them live for the Chicago Podcast Festival in October 2017 and had a blast. Ghost Bros!

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