Gideon Media proudly builds on the acclaimed theatrical tradition of Gideon Productions in creating complex, riveting genre entertainment, centered on pulse-pounding tales of science fiction and horror. We meticulously craft immersive new audio worlds and emotionally resonant characters for a listening experience that is both intimate and transporting. 


Sean williams

is the executive producer of Gideon Productions, whose plays have earned raves from The New York Times, Backstage, Time Out New YorkNew York Magazine, and more. He has worked as a studio musician and audio producer for more than thirty years,  recording nearly 2,500 pieces of music. His writing has also been published in The New YorkerSlate, and The Huffington Post, as well as a host of parenting magazines.


mac rogers

is an award-winning audio dramatist and playwright. His podcasts The Message and LifeAfter have been downloaded over eight million times. His stage plays include The Honeycomb Trilogy, Frankenstein Upstairs, God of Obsidian, Ligature Marks, Asymmetric, Viral, Universal Robots, and Hail Satan. He has earned acclaim from The New York TimesThe Guardian, The Wall Street JournalTime Out New York, io9,  Fangoria,, and many others.


nat cassidy

is an actor, director, musician, and playwright. Nat’s plays have been nominated for a total of 17 New York Innovative Theatre Awards. Nat was commissioned by The Kennedy Center to write the libretto for a world-premiere opera, and his play Any Day Now was part of Primary Stages’ ESPADrills (directed by Tony-nominee Moritz von Stuelpnagel). His novelization of Steal the Stars will be published by Tor Books in November 2017. 

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jordana williams

has directed many of Mac Rogers' plays for Gideon Productions and is thrilled to move into audio drama. She specializes in world-building and grounding fantastical events in a living, breathing, emotional reality. Other favorite directing projects include Kill Shakespeare at HERE and NY Comic Con, and The Particulars at FringeNYC (starring Ashlie Atkinson and Brian Silliman).

Photography by Kent Meister