Sunday, December 11, 2005

Fantastic theatre podcasts

Yes, you heard me right, theatre podcasts. Podcasts are audio files that you can download to either your computer ot to your mp3 player if you have one. I tend to listen to them at my desk while doing other stuff, but if you're into listening to books on tape while you drive, for example, spoken word podcasts may be right up your alley. You can find them to download at the iTunes Music Store. But also at various directories.

Or the podcasters often have links right from their own web sites.

All of the above is the case for the American Theatre Wing podcasts. I subscribe via iTunes, but you certainly can just visit their site and find this treasure trove on interviews with theatre legends and legends-in-the making.

I've already listened to Joanna Gleason, and have Bill Irwin, Victoria Clark, Cherry Jones, Barbara Cook and critic John Simon lined up and ready to listen to. And there are literall dozens more of these 30-60 minute interviews in their library.

You must check them out.

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