Listen in as writer (and performer) Alexander V. Thompson of the podcast Cryptids discusses late-night conspiracy shows, moving from the stage to a podcast, performing on mic, letting the audience fill in the blanks, adjusting images to audio, and the love of radio.
“I’m in love with radio…and I really wanted to play in that space…taking all of these visual elements that I had created as a playwright, and all the theatre magic and stage magic that I kind of envisioned in it, and then totally repurposing those into an audio medium…”
Listen in as Matthew Roi Berger and Jonathan A. Goldberg, co-creators of The Fall of the House of Sunshine, discuss the show’s roots in Serials at The Flea, who gets to edit this epic, how to describe your multi-hyphenate-project, the importance of having a plan, and the freedom of doing a musical serial as a podcast.
“Do you like comedy? Do you like musicals? Do you like mysteries? Two outta three ain’t bad…”