Skip to main content
Earworm Audio Theatre

Earworm Audio Theatre

By Zach Rivera & Elizabeth Martin
Earworm Audio Theatre is the product of a time when theatrical performance stopped. When people are stuck in their homes, and can't attend live performance, what can theatre-practitioners do to bring dramatic performance to an audience separate and at home? This.
Listen on
Where to listen
Breaker Logo

Breaker

Google Podcasts Logo

Google Podcasts

Overcast Logo

Overcast

Pocket Casts Logo

Pocket Casts

RadioPublic Logo

RadioPublic

Spotify Logo

Spotify

Episode 9: Banana Bread is a Myth
We're back from Intermission! In this episode of Earworm we read and discuss Hyten Davidson and Christian Missonak's Banana Bread is a Myth.
35:25
July 28, 2020
Episode 8: Reservoirs of Hope
TW: Black Death, Violence, Police Brutality This episode is a bit different than our normal procedures here at Earworm. We don't feel right taking timeline space away from the BLM movement during a time where we are so close to critical change in our communities, and instead of us two performing a play this week we have given our platform to five amazingly talented black artists who will be sharing their voices, words, and expression with us in this episode. Featured in this episode are: Cris Eli Blak, Brian Champion, James Demps, Gabriel Hannans, and Aladdin Demps. We hope that their work will be heard, and add to the growing voice for change. Below you will find links that we mention in the episode. These links are orgs that you can donate to, to help fight against systemic racism, the unjust prison/policing system, and to help protestors and members of BIPOC communities. BLM: https://blacklivesmatter.com/ https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/ The Innocence Project: https://www.innocenceproject.org/ #8toAbolition: https://www.8toabolition.com/ National Black Justice Coalition: http://nbjc.org/node?page=16%22%3B= “It is in collectivities that we find reservoirs of hope and optimism.” - Angela Davis
37:02
June 17, 2020
Episode 7: In the Meantime
In this episode we read and discuss In the Meantime by Sharon E. Cooper!
37:30
May 31, 2020
Episode 6: Binary Star (PART 2)
In our previous episode we read the first half of Binary Star by Guadalupe Flores. This time we read the latter half, and then discuss the playwright and the piece itself. Stick around until the very end!
1:14:25
May 24, 2020
Episode 5: Binary Star (PART 1)
In this episode we read the first half of Guadalupe Flores's Binary Star. Next time we will conclude the play and do our regular research and discussion portions of the show!
38:18
May 17, 2020
Episode 4: Poetry Slam!
In this episode we read and discuss poems by Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman, Marge Piercy, Anne Sexton, William Butler Yeats, and Sylvia Plath. 
1:01:46
May 10, 2020
Episode 3: Hands From the Fire
In this episode we read and discuss the new play Hands From the Fire by emerging playwright Cris Eli Blak
37:53
May 3, 2020
Episode 2: Bank & Trust
In this episode we read and discuss a work by our first living playwright: Bank & Trust by Kitt Lavoie.
38:08
April 26, 2020
Episode 1: "Enigma: A Domestic Conversation"
In this episode we read and discuss the intention behind Floyd Dell's Enigma: A Domestic Conversation. 
42:35
April 19, 2020
Trailer
Who we are, what we are doing, and why we are doing it.
02:33
April 14, 2020