121 episodes of ScareHouse Podcast since the first episode, which aired on May 25, 2011.
Episode 112: Macabre Noir, Aaron Doctor Morose, and The Mad Muse Lori Howsare Discuss Wearing Your Weird on the Outside and Atrocity Exhibition IX
May 7th, 2017
1 hr 1 min
Atrocity, Dudders, Katie Dudas, Katie Dudders, Macabre, Scare House, ScareHouse, Sideshow, The ScareHouse, Theatre of Cruelty, art, coffee, pittsburgh, theater, weird
The award winning Atrocity Exhibition’s ninth performance will take you to hell. Katie “Dudders” caught up with Macabre Noir, Aaron Doctor Morose, and Lori Howsare “The Mad Muse” at Atrocity’s command center, aka Macabre’s living room. They talk about the creative process, theater theory, and Atrocity Exhibition IX: Inferno.
Episode 111: Over Caffeinated Chat with Rob Johnston About Social Media, Adapting, and Being Genuine with Your Audience
April 28th, 2017
56 mins 28 secs
Creativity, Dudders, Genuine, Haunt, Haunted House, Katie Dudas, Katie Dudders, Letting Go, Rob Johnston, Scare House, ScareHouse, ScareHouse Scott, Scott Simmons, Simpsons, Social Media, Strip District, The ScareHouse, Vine, Zombie, audience, coffee, humor, pittsburgh, podcast, the simpsons
Scott Simmons and Katie “Dudders” hang out on a loading dock in Pittsburgh’s Strip District with Rob Johnston to talk about social media and the importance of being genuine with your audience.
Episode 110: Exploring the Pittsburgh Burlesque Scene with Boom Boom Bridgette, Moon, & Thea Biss
April 21st, 2017
1 hr 1 min
Boom Boom Bang, Boom Boom Bang Photography, Boom Boom Bridgette, Burlesque, Dudders, Femme Fatale, Haunt, Hula-Hooping, Katie Dudas, Katie Dudders, Kitten, Master of Tassels, Moon, Pin Up, Pin Up Perfection Productions, Pinup, Scare House, ScareHouse, ScareHouse Scott, Scott Simmons, The ScareHouse, Thea Biss, performance, pittsburgh, podcast
Katie “Dudders” sits down with Pittsburgh Burlesque performers and members of the ScareHouse family, Boom Boom Bridgette, Moon, and Thea Biss. The ladies discuss Pittsburgh’s current burlesque scene, what attracted them to performing, and how burlesque is all about loving yourself and your body.
Episode 109: Bricolage Production Company, Enter the Imaginarium, & Immersive Theater
April 11th, 2017 | 1 hr 6 mins
Scott Simmons and Katie "Dudders" sat down with Tami Dixon, Jeffrey Carpenter, and Rod Schwartz from Bricolage Production Company. Bricolage works to remove the fourth wall to differentiate themselves from traditional theater productions and...
Episode 108: Interview with John Eslich: Roadtrip to Factory of Terror in Canton
March 13th, 2017 | 1 hr 1 min
Factory of Terror is one of largest indoor haunted houses in the WORLD. Scott and Dudders sit down with owner John Eslich to talk about what it takes to become a Guiness World Record winner, helping customers get their scare on in the offseason,...
Episode 107: Nino is Promoted to Operations Manager so Let's do a Throwback to his First Podcast
February 22nd, 2017 | 46 mins 34 secs
Congratulations to our new Operations Manager Nino Balistrieri! We're going to go back to December 2015 for Nino's first starring role in a podcast when he was our Tech Manager. Nino and Pnuematics Assistant/Actor Maryane Kimbler are...
Episode 106: Recap of Valentine's Day in The Basement with Costume Manager & Designer Madison and Design Manager Nicole
February 15th, 2017 | 1 hr 4 mins
This season's Valentine's Day event in The Basement took customers down the rabbit hole to a twisted version of Alice in Wonderland. Creative Director Scott Simmons, Katie "Dudders", Costume Manager & Designer Madison, and Design Manager...
Episode 105: Pittsburgh's "Podfather" Michael Sorg Talks About his Podcast Evolution, Creating Your own Space Online, and Niche Entertainment
February 8th, 2017 | 1 hr 2 mins
Michael Sorg is known as the "Podfather" and has been podcasting in Pittsburgh for over 10 years. He began with a Juggalo podcast and now hosts weekly shows discussing pro-wrestling, technology, and awesome things happening in and around Pittsburgh....
Episode 104: The Basement, Studio Wrestling, and Bad Sports Analogies: A Chat with ScareHouse Veteran Christine Mancini
February 1st, 2017 | 56 mins 25 secs
ScareHouse veteran actress, Christine Mancini, got her first lesson on sarcasm from a nun and her acting chops from studio wrestling. She has a unique voice and large presence that ScareHouse and Basement customers remember long after they leave....
Episode 103: Fog, Snow, and Smell with Chris Markgraf from Froggy's Fog
January 25th, 2017 | 35 mins 24 secs
Froggy's Fog provides fog, haze, snow, bubbles, and even smells for haunted houses across the country (and probably the world). The company started in the roller skating industry then expanded to haunts, mega-churches, emergency and military personnel...