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We are pleased to welcome KCTS-9 Public Television as our Media Sponsor for the Bainbridge Pod Accomplice. BPA is supported, in part, by the Bainbridge Community Foundation, the City of Bainbridge Island, and One Call for All. Ongoing access to BPA programming is made available to community members in need through BPA’s “Open Doors” program and our partner Helpline House thanks to a grant from BCF Discretionary Grant Fund, BCF Community Grant Cycle Partners, Plan B Fund, Sada Ross Fund, Debbie &Tom Kuffel, David & Kathleen Thorne, Brigette & Jeremy Yates, and the Mabee Family Foundation.

October 2: Bainbridge Pod Accomplice – Sounds of the Silenced
Premiering on Friday, October 2, “Sounds of the Silenced” uplifts and weaves together voices that have been oppressed – whether by circumstance of history, internal sentiment, or tragedy. The episode features works by Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, Dimitri Shostakovich, and Bainbridge Island composer and improviser – Webster Gadbois. Bainbridge Pod Accomplice theme music “Swing for Mike” is written and performed by Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers.”
Episode Premieres: October 2
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October 9: Bainbridge Pod Accomplice – Devised Audio Horror from the students of BPA Theatre School

Get ready for a mildly spooky and majorly fun double feature of one act plays written through a collective devising process with teaching artist Liz Ellis. “Devised Audio Horror” features Diner 66 and Subject 265, both written by BPA Theatre School students. Bainbridge Pod Accomplice theme music “Swing for Mike” is written and performed by Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers.”
Episode Premieres: October 9
Free; Tune in anytime, anywhere to listen to current and past episodes at BainbridgePerformingArts.org

Friday, October 16: Bainbridge Pod Accomplice – Legends: Royalty of Hollywood Horror

In this episode, Bainbridge Halloween stars read classic Halloween tales. Tony Award winner Dinah Manoff (Maggie Peterson in the 1988 movie Child’s Play) reads “The Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe, Dylan Arnold (Cameron Elam in the 2018 movie Halloween) reads “The Raven” by Edgar Allan Poe, and Jim Anderson reads “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” by Washington Irving. Bainbridge Pod Accomplice theme music “Swing for Mike” is written and performed by Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers.”

Episode Premieres: October 16
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Friday, October 23: Bainbridge Pod Accomplice – Legends: Terrors of Northwest Storytelling
This episode features Bainbridge’s own Folklorist Birke Duncan in “The Troll Tale: A Radio Play” by Garrett Vance and Birke Duncan. This episode also features a conversation with Birke Duncan and Ann Wilkinson Ellis. Bainbridge Pod Accomplice theme music “Swing for Mike” is written and performed by Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers.”
Episode Premieres: October 23
Free; Tune in anytime, anywhere to listen to current and past episodes at BainbridgePerformingArts.org

Friday, October 30: Bainbridge Pod Accomplice – Carmilla
In this episode, we’ll experience a new adaptation of the story that inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Predating Dracula by 26 years, Carmilla is the groundbreaking, seductive tale that first broke the literary mold and established the modern vampire legend. Bainbridge Pod Accomplice theme music “Swing for Mike” is written and performed by Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers.”

Episode Premieres: October 30
Free; Tune in anytime, anywhere to listen to current and past episodes at BainbridgePerformingArts.org

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Bainbridge Performing Arts: since 1956, countless acts – large and small – have informed each production that graces the BPA stage. Collectively we have grown and reaped a communal bounty of grass-roots ARTivism, with people from all walks of life gathering under one roof to laugh, rage, and cry with friends, family, neighbors, and strangers. As heart strings are plucked in a drumbeat of connection, we turn to you in gratitude for the opportunity to bring a taste of magic to the community that we love!

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