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Shows We Represent
In a dystopian city, an ageing courier is forced to go into business with an underworld ganglord in order to pay for the treatment that keeps him alive.
Realms of Peril & Glory
An all new actual play podcast from the visionary minds behind the critically acclaimed audio drama, The Orphans. Realms of Peril & Glory (RPG) will chronicle astonishing new adventures with beloved characters across a huge variety of game systems.
Blasting off, Fall of 2021.
The award-winning horror comedy that puts a queer spin on cosmic terror. Historical fiction and high-stakes hilarity meld in an unholy amalgam of tabletop roleplaying and cinematic audio drama. Succumb to the maddening call… OF CTHULHU!
A delightful comedy about the sometimes funny, sometimes awkward, and often confusing adventures of Father Ben and his rather unusual congregation.
Windfall is the story of Cas and Kendall, two low-level criminal enforcers navigating life on the surface of a giant city. Hounded by the Wolfpac, the cult-like police force of the city’s god-queen, Wanda, Cas and Kendall are given a choice: take down their dangerous employer and protect their newfound family, or maintain the status quo.
In a fantasy futuristic world, Vega Rex is employed by her government to kill off the world’s worst criminals. She’s never met a criminal she couldn’t catch…until now.
They call the crashed spaceship “The Ghosthouse” because it screams—the screams of thousands of extraterrestrial political prisoners trapped in its horrific mainframe. The only way to free them… is to transfer them into humans willing to share their minds with a second consciousness forever. Who would volunteer for that?
God of Obsidian is a dark fairy tale about a gaslighting relationship, as one woman desperately seeks the story that will take her back across the narrow, dangerous bridge to freedom.
People tune into Brent Ziff’s radio show to hear him make fun of losers—but tonight’s loser, Leo Short, is calling with a message from the Earth that’s gonna put everything Brent knows on shaky ground.
A strange letter. An impossible sender. Secrets hidden in the ground. From STUDIO5705, a new scripted fiction podcast set in present-day Washington state about a man’s journey to unlock a family mystery—and find things long ago buried.
Professional actors playing unprofessional D&D characters. Professionally. And making friends and enemies along the way!
Madame Magenta is magic and she hates it. But not as much as she hates her dead husband, who really needs to RIP. Join the powerful but reluctant medium and her current husband Bernard as they battle with unknown forces.
An oh-so-British black comedy, ‘Mockery Manor’ is a theme park where people disappear, and it’s down to a pair of chaotic teenage twins to catch a killer.
In the 1870s, pioneer Mona Mae Christophe searches the American West for her mother, Clara, who she was sold away from during slavery. Mona must recall a past long forgotten in order to survive so that she can find her mother, love and create a secure way of life for herself.
A folk tale about being separated from the ones you love, to keep them safe, to bring them home.
Coming: May 2021
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…
A crew of bumbling criminals are forced to heist their way out of debt. Unfortunately for them, the cargo they steal is a deadly treasure that could destroy them all.
Professional voice actors and improvisers journey into the grim darkness of the 41st millenium to find out – can a lone Inquisitor and two teenage orphans save the galaxy?!
The award-winning creators who brought us The Fall of the House of Sunshine are back with a hysterical comedy – A Gilded Age alternate history of murders, birders, and a missing whale.
An award-winning non-binary and women led actual play podcast that will have you captivated and in stitches.
A live-play Dungeons & Dragons (5e) podcast where a princess trapped in a suit of armour, a disillusioned royal guard and a fungus-worshipping Tortle have to work together to save the world!
Professional voice-over actors and improvisers journey into the Pulp Cthulhu TTRPG. Tonally summed up as “if Stephen King wrote Scooby Doo set in the 1930’s”.
A live-play TTRPG anthology series where professional voice actors and improvisers step into “one shot” adventures taking place in a variety of genres and TTRPG systems!
When the residents of 221B Baker Street leave town for the weekend to solve one of their most famous cases, no one is left to clear a poor housekeeper’s name of a crime she didn’t commit–except for their neighbors at 224B…
In a mysterious Oregon town, the antichrist and her guardian angel are forced to work together to stop the religious rapture— but they don’t know any of that yet.
The Revolutionary 1970s are celebrated in films and television. But where are the voices of Black women? Meet Shirley Chisholm and Angela Davis.
Dungeons and Dragons collides with classic literature in this hilarious actual play podcast hosted by a high school English teacher!
On December 25th, 2007, movie star and heiress Julie Capsom crashed her car into a tree in Northern California, walked into a nearby clearing, and vanished, leaving behind a male torso in her trunk. 10 years later, reporter Bea Casely and private detective Brenda Bentley are going to reopen the case. Each has a personal tie to the story. Each thinks they know what happened. And each knows the other is going to screw this whole thing up. Join Bea, Brenda, and the rest of the Good People at Wheyface Radio as they attempt to answer once and for all: what happened to Julie Capsom?
In 2189, Earth narrowly won a war against extraterrestrials. The Strange Case of Starship Iris is about what comes after. It’s a story of outer space, survival, espionage, resistance, identity, friendship, found family, romance, and secrets. (Also, there’s jokes.)
Dr. Miranda Quan’s lab partner is MIA. But his notes, and a tape player that may contain his final words, have made it onto the research ship headed hundreds of miles into the North Pacific — along with a sinister secret that endangers everyone aboard.
Abandoned by a modernizing military, veteran Emmett Lee wanders the countryside in search of replacement parts for his obsolete military-issue prosthetics. Each step is made more difficult by his failing battery and corrupted memory files. Emmett finds himself at the mercy of Rebecca Clark, a widower struggling to keep her farm afloat with the help of her rebellious daughter Carly.
Bonding over their similar plights against corporate and governmental corruption, a friendship grows between Emmett and the Clarks — and soon, a plan forms. With the help of a few brave neighbors, Emmett and Rebecca undertake a dangerous scheme to free the town from Chem-O-Grow and its cruel enforcer Arlin Frey once and for all.
A psychedelic noir audio drama podcast set in 1940s Los Angeles. Recently, radio broadcasts in the city have been reduced to static. A lone distorted voice reaching out for help.Will anyone be able to stop the madness from spreading? And… What’s The Frequency?
In 2020 and 2021, the fiction podcast industry was flooded with a crop of young high school and college-age creators, excited to take advantage of the medium’s low barrier to publication and take on producing for the first time. Audio drama veteran and “baby” “genius” Newt Schottelkotte knows how that feels. After starting their first fiction podcast, Inkwyrm, at fifteen, Newt came of age in the industry, and wants to share their tips, trials, and experience with young creators to arm them with not just concrete advice, but the confidence to get started and tell incredible stories. From overcoming imposter syndrome, to networking, to finding a work-school-more-work-life balance, this is a been-there-done-that series about how to be a fiction podcaster while still being a kid– in every sense of the phrase.
A near future podcast about life aboard the underwater research station Amphitrite featuring deep sea scholars, love, oblique literature references, and chaotic neutral kraken.
When Kate “ACunningPlan” Cunningham sparks up an online friendship with a fellow fanfiction writer it seems like the perfect distraction from a summer stuck in her hometown of Kamloops, B.C., not to mention the coming terrors of her final year of university and the Real Adult Future beyond. (Seriously, please don’t mention them.) After all, Hella–Enchanted is funny, smart and writes canon-divergent werewolf fic like no one else. She’s everything a fandom could ask for.
But… what if she’s everything Kate could ask for, too?
Seventeen-year-old Zach is not a moral crusader. He’s a snarky, well-liked stoner who attends detention about as often as Algebra. Unfortunately, he’s also a closeted bisexual in 2005, in a town where even the potheads are conservatives. When school firebrand Gabe suggests they pretend to date in order to take the heat off two female students who are actually in love, Zach knows it’s the worst idea he’s ever heard. Then he does it anyway.
Peri hadn’t left her lighthouse in years. Until one morning, the lighthouse was somewhere new. Set adrift to wander new and mysterious places, Peri must face her fears and her memories if she wants to use her new situation to find her missing brother.
A hopepunk, comedy/horror adventure following Hannah; a girl stuck in the mind of the last zombie on earth.
Welcome to the future! The machines have taken over, and now live a suburban life in Droidston, Nanotoba. But there’s still the problem of human infestation! Follow a crew of emotionally unstable robots as they capture stray humans and ethically relocate them to Garbage Island.
In Space Poddity, four adventurers visit the worlds of other actual play shows, under the possibly-horrified supervision of the show’s GM.
A young woman investigates her billionaire business magnate mother, whom she thinks may have been involved in her father’s death, by examining her own repressed memories… that may be someone else’s memories.
Our Vision: A world where narrative producers can make a good living telling their stories.
We also believe we have a responsibility to tell stories that leave the world a better place than how we found it.