If you've found your way here then you've probably been listening to The Behemoth (I hope!), or perhaps you are interested in audio drama and performed a quick search here on Patreon. Either way I am so glad you found this page! If you have a few moments and would like to know what I do check out 'Episode 1 - The Behemoth Rises' here. You can subscribe to the show on iTunes.
If you enjoy The Behemoth you will love some of these other show at Modern Audio Drama.
- Bryar Lane - Our first 'all ages' audio shows
- The Fiona Potts Interview - An international cast brings to life a tale about strange portals and other dimensions.
- Charlie's Mailbox - A lyrical tale about a lonely girl and a mailbox.
- Izzy- The sequel to The Behemoth.
- Waterguns & Rainbows - Exploring the magic of friendship and being 'different'.
- Inhale - A superhero tale
- Is There Anybody Out There? - A young man, a ham radio, and a question.
Where you come in...
As you can imagine, creating audio drama is a labor of love and one I am extremely excited about. It also comes with costs such as hosting space (both for websites and media), production costs, and many, many hours spent with headphones, a reliable computer, and gallons of coffee. As I refine our productions, as well as their quality and quantity, the cost of doing so can become an obstacle. So if you enjoy these shows as I look towards the future our goal is, and will always be, to continue entertaining you in the best way I know how.
As well as ensuring the existence of current and future shows there are other goodies you can enjoy along the way. Check out the rewards and come back to check on them often as they will be updated as we continue to grow.
Some Reviews (because we love to read them!)
"The listener is thrown right into the story from episode 1 and it keeps you hooked." - iTunes
"This is a fascinating series from Rick Coste Productions. Madyson’s imperfect home life becomes clear throughout the early episodes, made all the more pitiable by the way she seems resigned to it." - The Podcast Host
"A lovely, surreal journey." - iTunes