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Dark Ages

A High Fantasy Workplace Comedy Audio Drama Podcast
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Forces clash. Tables turn. Things end.

Episode 12 of DARK AGES features...

  • Alan Moore as The Dark Lord, Edmund and the Cackling Demons
  • Brandon Kraemer as Nick, Security Camden, Goblin General, and Goblin Enrique
  • Brittany Michel as Josephine and Goblin Squelcholio
  • Dana Swanson as Malison, Drusila, Corporal Danno, and Goblin Boogler
  • Eli Banks as Abraxas, the Narrator, and Goblin Grok
  • Joshua Sibley as Marwood, Security Cameron, the Singing Sword, Goblin Barstucks, and Goblin Crookley
  • Liz Macke as the Tour Golem and Death
  • Stephen Mank as Cyril, Sean, the Night Janitor, and Goblin Orgluck
  • Taylor Roy as “Todd”
  • Christina Romo as Stevie
  • Denise Farley-Gardner as Chantal/Astrid
  • Dan Almasy as Talon Ripton
  • Zack Overton as the Afterburner

Episode 12 was written by Brandon Kraemer

Sound design by Stephen Mank

Original music by Stephen Mank and Christopher Taylor

“(Theme From) Dark Ages” written and performed by J. Christopher Arrison and produced by Brent Busby

Special thanks to Cody DeMatteis

Produced and edited by Liz Macke

Series created and directed by Brandon Kraemer

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With the Tour Golem on lockdown and the mysteries piling up, the museum staff splits the party (oh, you fools) to seek answers before the other, heavily implied, world-ending boot drops. For their sake AND ours, let’s just hope it’s not already too late... Boy, that would be bad, wouldn’t it?

Episode 11 of DARK AGES features...

  • Alan Moore as The Dark Lord and Edmund
  • Brandon Kraemer as Nick, Security Camden, and Goblin General
  • Brittany Michel as Josephine and Flay
  • Dana Swanson as Malison and Drusila
  • Eli Banks as Abraxas, the Narrator and Bellow
  • Joshua Sibley as Marwood, Thunk, and Security Cameron
  • Liz Macke as the Tour Golem
  • Stephen Mank as Cyril, Sean, and the Night Janitor
  • Taylor Roy as Todd
  • Christina Romo as Stevie
  • Denise Farley-Gardner as Chantal/Astrid
  • Dan Almasy as Talon Ripton

Episode 11 was written by Brandon Kraemer

Sound design by Stephen Mank

Original music by Stephen Mank and Christopher Taylor

“(Theme From) Dark Ages” written and performed by J. Christopher Arrison and produced by Brent Busby

Special thanks to Cody DeMatteis

Produced and edited by Liz Macke

Series created and directed by Brandon Kraemer

Subscribe to Dark Ages on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, or wherever you find your podcasts.

Follow us on Twitter at @DarkAgesShow for updates and behind the scene tidbits.

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08/29/19 • 52 min

It has come to the attention of the management of the Rivercliffe Museum of Mostly Natural Histories that MOST of the staff knows absolutely NOTHING about basic world history. You can see the problem, surely. As such, we hope you will join the curator, Marwood, for a comprehensive and 100% mandatory refresher on everything important that has ever happened, magical or otherwise, since the dawn of time. Oh, and you may want to bring a pen and paper. There’s always a test...

Episode 10 of DARK AGES features...

  • Dana Swanson as Malison, Vanthony, and Goblin Boogler
  • Joshua Sibley as Marwood and the Singing Sword
  • Stephen Mank as the Tome, Vaniel, and the Mysterious Cult Leader
  • Brittany Michel as Josephine and Peasant
  • Eli Banks as Abraxas, the Narrator and Goblin Attaboy
  • Alan Moore as The Dark Lord and Edmund
  • Brandon Kraemer as Nick
  • Liz Macke as the Tour Golem

Episode 10 was written by Brandon Kraemer, with additional writing by Liz Macke

Sound design by Stephen Mank

Original music by Stephen Mank and Christopher Taylor

“A little More Time” written by Liz Macke and Stephen Mank

“(Theme From) Dark Ages” written and performed by J. Christopher Arrison and produced by Brent Busby

Special thanks to Cody DeMatteis

Produced and edited by Liz Macke

Series created and directed by Brandon Kraemer

Subscribe to Dark Ages on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, or wherever you find your podcasts.

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06/09/19 • 67 min

Rivercliffe has been hit by a sub-zero cold snap, but you’d hardly notice in the museum. Staff tempers are flaring up and arguments are growing so heated that it’s no wonder when Nick actually takes Abraxas’s bait and agrees to fix the furnace. All he has to do is navigate the labyrinth of sub-basements...and figure out exactly why their mysterious furnace is on the fritz in the first place.

Episode 9 of DARK AGES features...

  • Brandon Kraemer as Nick
  • Zack Overton as the Afterburner
  • Eli Banks as the Narrator and Abraxas
  • Brittany Michel as Josephine
  • Alan Moore as the Dark Lord and Edmund
  • Dana Swanson as Malison and the Weird Cultist
  • Joshua Sibley as Marwood
  • Taylor Roy as Todd
  • Denise Farley Gardner as “Chantal Cleansworthy”
  • Stephen Mank as the Mysterious Cult Leader
  • Liz Macke as the Tour Golem

Episode 9 was written by Brandon Kraemer, with additional writing by Liz Macke

Edited by Liz Macke

Sound design by Stephen Mank

Original music by Christopher Taylor and Stephen Mank

“(Theme From) Dark Ages” written and performed by J. Christopher Arrison and produced by Brent Busby

Story elements by Alan Moore, Christina Romo, Denise Farley Gardner, Joshua Sibley and Liz Macke

Produced by Liz Macke

Series created and directed by Brandon Kraemer

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04/25/19 • 72 min

After a series of divisive escapades, the staff of the Rivercliffe Museum of Mostly Natural Histories has (finally) gathered together to (mostly) unite towards a common goal: pass the city’s annual thaumatic inspection! Everyone’s grown so much since last year... Surely they’ll pass with flying colors! Wait. Are those literal flying colors in the main hall? Why are the exhibits moving? Oh no.

Episode 8 of DARK AGES features...

  • Denise Farley Gardner as Chantal Cleansworthy
  • Alan Moore as the Dark Lord and Edmund
  • Taylor Roy as Todd and the Mannequin
  • Brandon Kraemer as Nick, Goblin General, and Goblin Honkahonka
  • Brittany Michel as Josephine and Goblin Squelcholio
  • Dana Swanson as Malison and Goblin Boogler
  • Eli Banks as Abraxas, the Narrator, and Goblin Attaboy
  • Joshua Sibley as Marwood and Goblin Crookley
  • Liz Macke as the Tour Golem(s) and Judy
  • Stephen Mank as Shawn and Bessie

Episode 8 was written and edited by Liz Macke, with additional writing by Brandon Kraemer

Sound design by Stephen Mank

Original music by Christopher Taylor and Stephen Mank

“(Theme From) Dark Ages” written and performed by J. Christopher Arrison and produced by Brent Busby

Story elements by Alan Moore, Christina Romo, Denise Farley Gardner, Joshua Sibley and Liz Macke

Produced by Liz Macke

Series created and directed by Brandon Kraemer

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Curator. Director. Manager. Marwood is an elf who takes his overlapping jobs very seriously—so seriously, in fact, that he rarely leaves his precious museum. He’d be content to stay forever, but an emergency back home might finally force him to leave its marble-columned embrace and face his family tree... or, more accurately, his family of trees.

Episode 7 of DARK AGES features...

  • Joshua Sibley as Marwood
  • Dana Swanson as Malison
  • Jennifer Barclay as Craftemis and Goblin Awkwad
  • Alan Moore as The Dark Lord, Edmund, and King Backwood
  • Stephen Mank as Tumbleweed and Gruffman
  • Brittany Michel as Josephine, Bailiff, and Goblin Squelcholio
  • Eli Banks as Abraxas, the Narrator, and Hayseed
  • Brandon Kraemer as Nick, Bumballahumbra, Crabgrass, Fox, Elven Guard, and Goblin Enrique
  • and Liz Macke as the Tour Golem

Episode 7 was written by Brandon Kraemer and edited by Liz Macke

Sound design by Stephen Mank

Original music by Christopher Taylor and Stephen Mank

“(Theme From) Dark Ages” written and performed by J. Christopher Arrison and produced by Brent Busby

Story elements by Alan Moore, Christina Romo, Denise Farley Gardner, Joshua Sibley and Liz Macke

Produced by Liz Macke

Series created and directed by Brandon Kraemer

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11/29/18 • 39 min

It’s a big day for the Rivercliffe Office of Unemployment! The dedicated Job Placement Sean and his assistant Sam have grown quite adept at helping Rivercliffe citizens land their dream gigs, but the enormous line of eager, resume-waggling goblins outside their front door presents a new, terrifying challenge for which no amount of mediocre coffee can prepare them. (Better brew an extra pot anyway...they’re gonna need it.)

This very special bonus episode of DARK AGES features...

  • Goblin Crookley, written and performed by Joshua Sibley
  • Goblin Cankle, written and performed by Alan Moore
  • Goblin Grok, written and performed by Eli Banks
  • Goblin Montgomery Bankshire, written and performed by Alan Moore
  • Stephen Mank as Sean
  • Liz Macke as Sam
  • Brandon Kraemer as Goblin Choka

Additional writing by Liz Macke

Sound design by Stephen Mank

Original music by Christopher Taylor and Stephen Mank

“(Theme From) Dark Ages, Goblin Karaoke Ver.” by Stephen Mank, featuring vocals by Liz Macke, Brandon Kraemer, Joshua Sibley, Kyle Javelli, and Stephen Mank
Based on “(Theme From) Dark Ages,” written by J. Christopher Arrison

Story elements by Brandon Kraemer and Liz Macke

Edited and produced by Liz Macke

Series created and directed by Brandon Kraemer

Subscribe to Dark Ages on iTunes, Google Play, or wherever you find your podcasts.

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Nick’s got problems, man. He’s already cursed to be the museum janitor for the next several hundred years. A sudden stumble into a second, anatomically oriented curse means he might be up all night, figuratively and literally. Oh, and something unseen may or may not be stalking him through the museum’s dark halls... and does anyone else hear a drill?

Episode 6 of DARK AGES features...

  • Brandon Kraemer as Nick
  • Brittany Michel as Josephine
  • Eli Banks as Abraxas, the Narrator and Bellow Throckbed
  • Joshua Sibley as Marwood and Thunk Rockbottom
  • Stephen Mank as The Night Janitor
  • Alan Moore as The Dark Lord and Edmund
  • Dana Swanson as Malison
  • and Liz Macke as the Tour Golem

Episode 6 was written and edited by Liz Macke, with additional writing by Brandon Kraemer

Sound design by Stephen Mank

Original music by Christopher Taylor and Stephen Mank

“(Theme From) Dark Ages” written and performed by J. Christopher Arrison and produced by Brent Busby

Story elements by Alan Moore, Christina Romo, Denise Farley Gardner, Joshua Sibley and Liz Macke

Produced by Liz Macke

Series created and directed by Brandon Kraemer

Subscribe to Dark Ages on iTunes, Google Play, or wherever you find your podcasts.

Follow us on Twitter at @DarkAgesShow for updates and behind the scene tidbits.

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09/29/18 • 75 min

Abraxas, the museum’s cantankerous security agent, is so lost in his own war stories that he has a hard time knowing which era he’s in. Good thing his least favorite holiday has arrived to yank him back to the present, right? He is several years late for an important appointment, after all... possibly that last one he’ll ever make.

Episode 5 of DARK AGES features...

  • Eli Banks as Abraxas and the Narrator
  • Joshua Sibley as Marwood and Human Actor
  • Dana Swanson as Malison and Dragon Actor
  • Brittany Michel as Josephine
  • Brandon Kraemer as Nick and Security Camden
  • Alan Moore as The Dark Lord and Edmund
  • Laurie Catherine Winkel as Dee Dee
  • Stephen Mank as Townsman and Driver
  • Danita Mank as Townswoman
  • Sterling Mank as Child Actor 1
  • Rowan Mank as Child Actor 2
  • and Liz Macke as the Tour Golem

Episode 5 was written by Christina Romo, with additional writing by Brandon Kraemer

Sound design by Stephen Mank

Original music by Christopher Taylor and Stephen Mank

“(Theme From) Dark Ages” written and performed by J. Christopher Arrison and produced by Brent Busby

Story elements by Alan Moore, Christina Romo, Denise Farley Gardner, Joshua Sibley and Liz Macke

Produced by Liz Macke

Series created and directed by Brandon Kraemer

Subscribe to Dark Ages on iTunes, Google Play, or wherever you find your podcasts.

Follow us on Twitter at @DarkAgesShow for updates and behind the scene tidbits.

Find full episodes and more at darkagesshow.com.

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Josephine is perfectly content in the museum's menagerie, hidden among its terrifying roster of ravenous, killer beasts...but when an old flame rides into town on a VERY loud horse with a monstrous discovery in tow, this aspiring beastmaster must choose between stepping into the light or sinking even deeper into the darkness. Episode 4 of DARK AGES features... Brittany Michel as Josephine Dan Almassy as Talon Riptorn Stephen Mank as Goblin Orgluck and the Arfabarkus Wrex Dana Swanson as Malison and The Cultist Brandon Kraemer as Nick and Goblin Honka Honka Alan Moore as The Dark Lord and Edmund Joshua Sibley as Marwood and Goblin Barstucks Eli Banks as Abraxas and the Narrator and Liz Macke as the Tour Golem Episode 4 was written by Megan Fausti, with additional writing by Liz Macke and Brandon Kraemer Sound design by Stephen Mank Original music by Christopher Taylor and Stephen Mank “(Theme From) Dark Ages” written and performed by J. Christopher Arrison and produced by Brent Busby Story elements by Christina Romo, Cody DeMatteis, Joshua Sibley, Liz Macke and Megan Fausti Produced by Liz Macke Series created and directed by Brandon Kraemer Subscribe to Dark Ages on iTunes, Google Play, or wherever you find your podcasts. Follow us on Twitter at @DarkAgesShow for updates and behind the scene tidbits. Find full episodes and more at darkagesshow.com.
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FAQ

How many episodes does Dark Ages have?

Dark Ages currently has 15 episodes available.

What topics does Dark Ages cover?

The podcast is about Fiction, Comedy Fiction, Drama and Podcasts.

What is the most popular episode on Dark Ages?

The episode title '12. The End of All Things (aka The Heart of the Museum)' is the most popular.

What is the average episode length on Dark Ages?

The average episode length on Dark Ages is 60 minutes.

How often are episodes of Dark Ages released?

Episodes of Dark Ages are typically released every 34 days, 23 hours.

When was the first episode of Dark Ages?

The first episode of Dark Ages was released on May 17, 2018.

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