AUDIO PLAYS, PODCASTS AND WALKING TOURS

This year’s festival includes a new batch of dynamic free downloads. The Huntington Theatre Company shares seven site-specific audio plays written by members of the Huntington Playwriting Fellows program and inspired by locations surrounding each partner institution. The A.R.T. and the ICA offer podcasts and walking tours from local artists and festival participants. Listen in and explore, investigate, and imagine the life of places in Boston and Cambridge.

Click on a title to listen to the audio file.

TRIPWIRE by Eleanor Burgess
Listen in the John Hancock Founders Gallery at the ICA.
Some friendships don’t stand the test of law school.

 

BLUE STATE VACATION, DAY FOUR by David Valdes Greenwood
Listen in Harvard Square.
Vacation is wearing on the nerves of two southern tourists.

 

BOYFRIEND by Ronan Noone
Listen outside (or inside!) Sibling Rivalry, next to the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA.
A daughter tells her mother about her new boyfriend.

 

HOUSE HUNTING by Melinda Lopez
Listen in the South End, near the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA.
Measure your life by the evolution of the South End.

 

LAST FLIGHT OUT by Sinan Ünel
Listen to at The First Parish in Cambridge
A man speaks at the funeral of two women he knew only through the internet.

 

VALETS by Kate Snodgrass
Listen by the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA...in the rain.
Valet parking attendants get ready for a busy night.

 

ELEPHANTS AND GIRAFFES by John ADEkoje
Listen in Harvard Square.
A street art vendor reveals his secrets.

 

 

 

2011 Podcasts

2010 Podcasts