46 episodes

This is an anthology science-fiction audio drama. We spend hours developing and editing each episode for a rich and polished radio experience. A sentient ship stolen in the night! A private eye chases corruption on the moon! An interview with a man from the afterlife! Anything you can imagine is on stage at The Theatre of Tomorrow.
Full seasons, and stand alone episodes with more coming every month!

The Theatre of Tomorrow Travis McMaster & Mark Whitten

    • Performing Arts
    • 5.0, 56 Ratings

This is an anthology science-fiction audio drama. We spend hours developing and editing each episode for a rich and polished radio experience. A sentient ship stolen in the night! A private eye chases corruption on the moon! An interview with a man from the afterlife! Anything you can imagine is on stage at The Theatre of Tomorrow.
Full seasons, and stand alone episodes with more coming every month!

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
56 Ratings

56 Ratings

lindyhoppr1 ,

Just like the old time radio show

Great stories with compelling characters and great humor. So glad I found this podcast. It’s exactly what podcasts are supposed to be.

Zefie13 ,

Great and captivating story telling

The stories are so interesting and preformed really well. It’s like a mini ear movie. The stories are compelling and I can’t wait for the next installment.

Poe's Critical Raven ,

The Audio Drama That Does It All

A friend of mine recommended this podcast and tried to reel me in with the whole detective on the moon bit. Now, he's a big fan of 'Pluto Nash', so I didn't go in hopeful. While I loved 'The Hotel', I'd stayed away from Theatre. I wish I hadn't. I grew up a fan of the old radio broadcasts, and Theatre has done an update on but kept all the elements of what I loved.

With the voices of Kelly Nienaltowski and Mark Whitten (from The Hotel podcast) along with Christa Lewis and the rest of their cast, Theatre brings to life a wide spectrum of short stories that can last one episode or up to five. Here on iTunes as well as their website, there are releases of the entire season/all parts of the story put together. It says a lot about the writing, cast and performance when they can draw you in and make you care about the characters involved in just nine minutes in some cases.

'Host' is my favorite, by the way.

Travis McMaster's writing is as solid here as it is in Hotel. He shows off that he can do everything from comedy to drama, intrigue to horror. While the running time for Theatre episodes are longer, it doesn't feel like any of the writing is just filler. That's one of the great things about Theatre! If you don't like a particular arc or story, it changes quick enough to an entirely new story and characters.

With a general running time of 15-20 minutes per episode, Theatre makes a perfect bit to listen to on the way to work or binge on the weekend.

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