May 8, 2019
a memory from the Great Flood of 2016 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana from Rachel Shiff-Arnold ************** Audio Production/Sound Design: Alexander Charles Adams Consulting Editors: Margaret Laurena Kemp & Laine Farber Special Thanks: Eleanor McDowall ~~~~~~~~~~
May 1, 2019
i made this in 11th grade and i totally stand by it... well sit by it... on the floor. --Xander **************** "Produced" by Alexander Charles Adams Consulting Editors: Margaret Laurena Kemp & Laine Farber ~~~~~~~~~~
April 24, 2019
A Cave Carol comes from a two-minute audio clip Lainey sent Xander after a date with her ex about two years ago. With words and distance, it's become much more. Written with words scratched out and re-written to make sure it's *exactly* what it means. ************* Writer: Laine Farber Audio Producer/Sound Designer: Alexander Charles Adams Consulting Editor: Margaret Laurena Kemp ~~~~~~~~~~
April 17, 2019
"It's a Commitment: A Dance Dialogue" is an audio story composed of dialogue between Drs. Brenda Dixon Gottschild and Halifu Osumare recorded in 2015 at University of California, Davis by theater professor Margaret Laurena Kemp. It is a rare dialogue between two black dance scholars talking about their individual roads to dance, which illuminate the East and West coasts in the 60s and 70s for young, black, women dancers.  ************** Audio Production/Sound Design: Alexander Charles Adams Executive Producer/Consulting Editor: Margaret Laurena Kemp Consulting Editor: Laine Farber ~~~~~~~~~~
April 10, 2019
today we announce a special return a little radio series on pieces from our junk drawers and dusty boxes first new ep released on Apr 17, 2018 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
October 1, 2018
A young woman who has never had a cigarette fights the self-destructive urge to pick up the first cigarette. Along the way, she finds out what she's really craving. Produced by Monique LaBorde (Transom 2018) Prompt Third Coast Short Audio Doc 2016 Challenge Father: Robert LaBorde  Smoker in Circle: "J.J.", Harry Waznack Friend: Yagmur Menzilcioglu ~~~~ Smash/Cut is produced by Alexander Charles Adams with editor Laine Farber
September 17, 2018
Produced by Alexander Charles Adams Interview Magic by Laine Farber // In New Orleans, the Sewage and Water Board has left roads in extreme disrepair. Potholes are seemingly permanent fixtures, practically community members. The people of New Orleans have taken to decorating potholes, giving them names, creating social media trends and profiles, and making them more than facts of life.  But what happens when a particularly notorious pothole... gets filled?  This satire story "Deborah" tells the tale of the St. Ann/Burgundy (pronounced ber-GUN-dee), and her untimely demise.  Special Thanks to the People of the Fruit Loop and Greater Foolish Area of New Orleans
August 29, 2018
Producer: Alexander Charles Adams Words from the Producer: This piece was made in reverse. I found this guitar lying on the gold couch in the Ragdale house living room. All of us got so used to leaving our possessions out because we felt so trusting, but somehow, we never lost the need to comment on doing it, like announcing "oh my goodness I left my laptop in the other house" to the room and then not moving and kept chatting. Anyways, so this guitar. It was tuned differently, D something... anything I struck on it sounded generally nice. I can't play guitar. I've never played guitar. But this made me sound so good. I pulled out my phone and recorded myself for a little while, playing with it. Making chords and fiddling with the strings. And finally running my fingers down the fretboard. When I listened back to the recording, I became obsessed with it. I listened to it over and over again as I walked the Ragdale grounds trying to get unstuck or feel something new about being there. It felt so much like the Ragdale in my head but all on a little tape. I decided to interview each of the residents about their experiences for the same length of time as the unedited guitar tape and set to create a piece where our experiences were composed to the guitar; composed to how I saw Ragdale.
June 4, 2018
we promise we're working ~ life just makes that hard
February 14, 2018
While at the Hearsay International Audio Festival, our producer made this little audio present for their partner. We wanted to share it in the spirit of Valentine's Day if you're into that :) Produced by Alexander Charles Adams Special Thanks to Veronica Simmonds and Phil Smith for leading us in drunken song and joy. ~~~~~ Twitter/Facebook/Instagram - @SmashCutCast Our show creator/producer is Alexander Charles Adams and our editor is Laine Farber on the Two Guys and a Rogue Podcast Network
January 31, 2018
Trying to make work, in whatever form, when you can't see what path to follow is difficult. Debilitating might be a better word. So, should we support a culture telling you what path to take or give you the freedom to choose? Producer: Alexander Charles Adams Editor: Laine Farber Featuring the voice of Samantha Kennedy and archival sound
December 19, 2017
Last year, we created a piece called Hi, I'm Mattie which delved into the abuse Matthew Cavan received after going public with his HIV status in Northern Ireland. The creation of the piece was slow and difficult over the course of three months while our producer Alexander worked on a larger installation about people living with HIV in Northern Ireland for the Outburst Arts festival called GLRY. In this interview, we talk about what Hi, I'm Mattie means to Matthew a year later. Smash/Cut will return for Season 3 in January 2018
November 27, 2017
Come On In - Independently Produced by Alexander Charles Adams & Laine Farber Hear our favourite Radio Racer piece Kinky Kiki   Music Featured by Apache Tomcat & Chris Zabriskie Find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @SmaschCutCast Consider becoming a patron on   Smash/Cut will return for Season 3 in January 2018
May 1, 2017
Call Me When You Get This, Love You. Audio Production/Conception: Alexander Charles Adams Special Thanks: Those who left voicemails for us to work with. Over the course of four years, our creator Alexander saved all their voicemails knowing one day there would be some way to tell a story. This piece is the story that came from moving around voicemails like puzzle pieces. The voicemails themselves are entirely real and completely intact, aside from the redaction of phone numbers and personal information. The only real editing is the order in which the voicemails are presented. These range from voicemails recieved in the Fall of 2013 to only two weeks ago (from original release).
April 17, 2017
Audio Production & Sound Design: Alexander Charles Adams Words: Mallory Osigian Voices: Aline Stokes as Jordan Trey Tycer as Taylor   Visit us on the web at and follow us on twitter, facebook, tumblr, and instagram with the handle @SmashCutCast
April 3, 2017
Production & Sound Design: Alexander Charles Adams Voice Actors: Trey Tycer, LeeAnn Hernandez, and Tessa LeFleur Originally released in February of last year, The SoundBlot Test was our first unconventional piece, which set a precedent for our experimental nature as a podcast. We are releasing this, "sound capture experiment," to also say farewell to New Orleans as our production team once again scatters the globe pursuing new opportunities.  (Orig. Release Feb 22, 2016)
March 20, 2017
"They Couldn't Hear Each Other Either" Production and Sound Design: Alexander Charles Adams Words: Mallory Osigian Voices: Alex Abney (Girl) / Joe Carleton (Boy)
March 6, 2017
A Piece with the After Orlando International Theatre Action   Audio Production: Alexander Charles Adams with assistant producer Trey Tycer Pieces: AFTER by Caridad Svich of NoPassport theatre alliance & press featuring the voices of Tessa LaFleur, Tony Medlin, Joe Carleton, Trey Tycer, Alexander Charles Adams, Carson Richman, and Aline Stokes. Welcome to the Now Now by Crystal Skillman (available in print through Chicago Dramaworks) featuring Aline Stokes as Olivia, Lucas Thompson as Greer, Alexander Charles Adams as Grant these wings were meant to fly by Zac Kline featuring the voices of all performers listed above.   You can follow us on social media on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram with the handle @SmashCutCast Also, we have a patreon running at   This international theatre action was co-created and produced by Missing Bolts Productions and NoPassport Theatre Alliance & Press. In the days following the massacre at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, June 12, 2106 Missing Bolts Productions led by artistic directors Blair Baker and Zac Kline and NoPassport Theatre Alliance & Press founded by Caridad Svich took action to honor the victims of the shooting and create a space for theatre artists to respond, reflect, and galvanize change. To learn more about the action, visit and
February 6, 2017
A Fictional Talk Radio Hour From the radio waves of Greater Lake Downes in Louisiana is 98.1 WMXN, a public radio station currently suffering budget cuts. With callers, coverage of the march, and interviews of protestors, 98.1 brings you the Women's March on Washington. Audio Production: Alexander Charles Adams Voices: Meg Grey as Lady Grey Laine Farber as Shana the Producer (in order of appearance) Sahir Khan, Lucas Thompson, Zoey Young, Emily Ruli, Samantha Kennedy, Grace Moody, and Carson Richman as the Callers All "intern coverage" and "calls" are real people voicing their real opinions Special Thanks: Rain Breedlove, Nicole Torres, Tyler McMorris, Kimberly Gagnet, Brianna Rhymes, and Carson Richman
January 24, 2017
Last year, we heard about Lainey's first, good kiss. But what about the other side? Who is "Ryan Burkman"? Was the kiss really that good? Finally, did Lainey really tear her ACL or is she a big phoney? Well, in Smash/Cut's Season 2 premiere, all questions are answered. Production: Alexander Charles Adams Concept: Mallory Osigian and Alexander Charles Adams Voice Actor: Jenny Downes
December 26, 2016
I Belong Here... Or I Could.   Production: Alexander Charles Adams Words: Mallory Osigian Translation and Vocals: Moya Ní Dhúagáin   Find us on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram @SmashCutCast And consider becoming a Patron of the podcast at For a full list of credits and an English translation, visit
November 28, 2016
A Verbatim Audiotheatre Piece I don't know if it's because we're positive that people think they can say whatever they want   Content Warning: Profane and Suggestive Language, Depictions of Violence, Sexual Themes, and Cyberbullying   Sound Design and Production: Alexander C. Adams Recording: Dave Bird Voice Actors: • Mattie - Neil Keery • [Up Arrow Emoji] - Noel Andrew Harron • Bi Curious - Martin McDowell • Bi Discreet/Read My Bio - Miche Doherty • Eoin - Jonny Mc Millen-Patterson • [Interviewer] - Matthew Cavan • Grindr Chorus: Patrick Quinn, Simon Gibson, Callum Payne, Dave Bird, and Ross Anderson-Doherty For a full list of credits, please visit Follow us on Facebook,Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram @SmashCutCast We also have a patreon running at
October 24, 2016
For the 2016 Belfast Pride, comedienne Gemma Hutton performed a one-woman comedy show in response to recent political and personal revelations concerning her queer identity and how she fits in her community. This piece was Hutton’s second one-woman show, the first one beingLesbyterian Misconceptions for the 2013 Outburst Queer Arts Festival in Belfast. Hutton Dressed As Lamb was a one-night-engagement at the Black Box venue in Belfast, Northern Ireland on August 5, 2016. To learn more about Gemma, follow her on Twitter @ghothips   Producer/Sound Designer: Alexander Charles Adams Writer/Performer: Gemma Hutton   Find Us: twitter/com/SmashCutCast
August 14, 2016
An Announcement of Our Timeline!   Find out more on our social platforms:
May 16, 2016
Raw Files in Trio for Future Fiction   "Dean French House" Recorded by Alexander Charles Adams in an Old House Featuring: Alexander Charles Adams & Lexi DiMario   "A Quarter Magician" Recorded by Alexander Charles Adams in Public Space   "Prince Eric" Recorded by Alexander Charles Adams in Studio Space Featuring: Samantha Kennedy   Visit us on the Web at Twitter/Facebook/Instagram: @SmashCutCast
May 3, 2016
A Visual Piece by Zach Eubanks   ALSO BIG ANNOUNCEMENTS AFTER THE SHORT PIECE!  Stick Around ;)
April 18, 2016
Written by Mallory Osigian Sound Design and Production: Alexander Charles Adams Voice Actors Samantha KennedyJoe Carleton
April 4, 2016
"Yes and Please Sit With Us" Sound Design, Concept, and Production by Alexander Charles Adams   Voice Actors Laine Farber as Polly Meg Grey as Pat Sarah Fruge as Annie May Caitlin Brimer as Mary Ann
March 7, 2016
Written by Alexander Charles Adams & Mallory Osigian Produced by Alexander Charles Adams Sound Design by Zach Eubanks   Voice Actors Laine Farber as Elizabeth Lee Ann Hernandez as Paula Joshua Overbay as Gene Fola Afolayan as Carol   Smash/Cut is a new radio drama podcast that releases a new radio play every two-weeks (when in season).
February 22, 2016
An audio drama created through a sound and response capture concept. Producer/Concept/Sound Design: Alexander Charles Adams Voice Actors: Lee Ann Hernandez; Trey Tycer; Tessa LaFleur Theme Music: Brandon Turner   Smash/Cut is a new radio drama podcast that releases a new radio play every two-weeks (when in season).
February 5, 2016
"It's all over the news and no one's stating the obvious." Smash/Cut is a new radio drama podcast that releases a new radio play every two-weeks (when in season).
January 25, 2016
A young woman has her first GOOD kiss and must tell the world. A preview episode to our new radio series. An interview turned into drama by improv'd alteration of key details in the narrative and non-chronological editing. Producer: Alexander Charles Adams Concept: Mallory Osigian and Alexander Charles Adams Voice Actor: Laine Farber Sound Design: Zachary Eubanks Smash/Cut is a new radio drama podcast that releases a new radio play every two-weeks (when in season).
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