Continuous Dream is a podcast of dramatic writing, performed by professional actors in Chicago, launched in September of 2019.
For the close of Thanksgiving weekend we have some light comedies to give you cheer. “A Cup of Tea,” and “Pre-Existing Condition” are one-minute shorts, followed by “Klingon” and “A Review of Waiting for Godot for the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.” Starring ensemble members Erin Caswell, Pete Blatchford, Linsey Summers, and Baird Brutscher.
We’ve posted our Halloween episode! We have 3 tales to haunt you. First: “The Five Lights,” starring Baird Brutscher. “The Five Lights” was originally written for a contest put on by the YouTube show “Ask HP Lovecraft,” for their fifth anniversary.
Then we have the monologue “The Witch” starring Linsey Summers, leading into “Agnes: a True Story,” inspired by Agnes Sampson, a suspected witch personally interviewed by King James VI of Scotland in 1590. “Agnes” stars Erin Caswell and Baird Brutscher.
So, curl up on this snowy Halloween night and enjoy some audio drama, and thanks for listening.
Here’s the link if you’re not on our RRS feed:
We’ve added our first exclusive content just for Patreon supporters, on our Patreon page. Be the first to become a Patreon supporter! See the link on the home page to find out about it.
It’s now Apple Podcasts, since Apple spun off their podcast player from iTunes, but you can listen to us now from Apple if you’d like. We’ve added a button for it on the home page.
We’ve added a page of cast pictures! We’re excited about our actors and hope you’ll enjoy their work.
I always pay our cast, and would like to ask you to visit our Patreon page to contribute any small amount that we can put toward a fair wage for these fine actors. The Patreon link is on our Home page.
Our first episode begins with the full-length monologue,
This is a direct link to the episode if you prefer not to use the RSS feed. Please note that Sound Cloud will automatically play other people’s work after the episode ends, it is a bit like a radio station.
The play premiered in Chicago at the Den Theatre, starring Jeff Broitman. In June of 2019 it was produced in St Louis by Midnight Theatre Company, starring Joe Hanrahan. The press called it “thoughtfully compelling,” “beautifully written” and “a gem.” Our podcast recording stars the original Charlie, Jeff Broitman.