• SEASON ONE

  • Episode 1: NEVER-ENDING CIRCLES

    Written and Directed by Gabriel Urbina

    Starring Dottie James

    A young woman in London notices a mysterious shop in Covent Garden, one no one else seems to be able to see. She gets a job there, but discovers that nothing - not even magic - can magically fix what’s wrong with your life.

  • Episode 2: INTO THE DARK

    Written by Sarah Shachat and Directed by Gabriel Urbina

    Starring Julian Silver

    A young professor at a prestigious magic university greets his new students - and gives them a taste of what it takes to master the forgotten art of magic.

  • Episode 3: THE SECRET INGREDIENT

    Written and Directed by Sarah Shachat
    Starring Eli Barraza

    When a young fae woman falls in love with a fellow server at the bar she works at, she has to figure out how to reveal her feelings to the woman... and how to help her crush see her for who, and what, she really is.

  • Episode 4: A DAY OF SUNSHINE AND RAIN

    Written by Gabriel Urbina and Directed by Sarah Shachat
    Starring Felix Trench

    Be Advised: This episode contains discussions of murder and physical violence, as well as depictions of a house burning to the ground and death due to fire. It also contains passing mention, though no depiction, of suicide. Listener discretion is advised.

     

    In a long, rambling voicemail message to his superior, Edmond LaValle, an agent for a powerful peace-keeping agency in the Unseen World, recounts the events of one day in the life of a magical detective.

  • Episode 5: ARE YOU WATCHING CLOSELY?

    Written and Directed by Gabriel Urbina
    Starring Zach Valenti

    Be Advised: The following episode contains discussions of death and emotionally abusive parent-child relationships, as well as an instance of body horror. Listener discretion advised.

     

    The son of a famous painter who used magic to enhance his artworks ponders the legacy of his father's last painting.

  • Episode 6: THE FIRE IN THE SKY

    Written by Gabriel Urbina and Directed by Sarah Shachat
    Starring Emma Sherr-Ziarko

    Be Advised: The following episode contains discussions of death and a depiction of fantasy violence. Listener discretion is advised.

     

    An imperious magical aristocrat shares an old fairy tale and a lesson with a young man who has come to ask for her help.

  • Episode 7: WE OURSELVES

    Written and Directed by Sarah Shachat
    Starring Karim Kronfli

    Be Advised: The following episode contains depictions of fantasy violence and strained family relationships. Listener discretion is advised.

     

    An experienced magician who specializes in buying, selling, and trading memories faces an unusual problem when an exceptional piece of merchandise falls into his lap.

  • Episode 8: DISASTERPIECE

    Written by Sarah Shachat and Directed by Zach Valenti
    Starring Cecilia Lynn-Jacobs

    Be Advised: The following episode contains discussions of death and grieving. Listener discretion is advised.

     

    A woman who has been struggling with her magical abilities in the wake of an unexpected tragedy writes a letter to her goddaughter.

  • Episode 9: THE LAST DAYS OF RAGTIME

    Written by Gabriel Urbina and Directed by Zach Valenti
    Starring Tom Crowley

    Be Advised: The following episode contains discussions of murder and physical violence, as well as depictions of the fantasy violence, gambling, and drinking. Listener discretion is advised.

     

    A fae illusionist desperately looks for a way to get out of Paris before his past mistakes catch up to him.

    Additional music featured in this episode: Paw Prints by Bob Hart; Freerolling by T. Bless and the Professionals; Downtown Boogie by Wesley Thomas; Algún Dia by Esteban Maxera Cuarteto; Airone, Un Mese Fa, A Special Day, and Stuttgart by Jazz Art Quartet.

  • Episode 10: BLINK

    Written by Sarah Shachat and Directed by Gabriel Urbina
    Starring Julia Morizawa

    Be Advised: The following episode contains discussions of fantasy violence ad abusive relationships. Listener discretion is advised.

     

    A young student receives a lesson in forbidden magic from an unconventional expert.

  • Christmas Special: CHIMES AT MIDNIGHT

    Written and Directed by Gabriel Urbina
    Starring Mary Kate Wiles

    Be Advised: The following episode contains discussions and depictions of gaslighting, as well as tense, menacing situations and fantasy violence. Listener discretion is advised.

     

    A woman struggles with loneliness and isolation while working as the caretaker for a magical castle at the North Pole - as well as protecting it from the mysterious forces who are trying to penetrate its defenses.

    Additional music featured in this episode: The Carol of the Bells,

    composed by Mykola Leontovych, arranged and performed by Alan Rodi.

  • New Year's Special: SAVED

    Written and Directed by Sarah Shachat
    Starring Beth Eyre

    Be Advised: The following episode contains depictions of fantasy violence and drinking. Listener discretion is advised.

     

    A member of the mysterious Order of the Blackstar spends New Year’s Eve wandering through Paris and wondering how to spend a day off.

    Additional music featured in this episode: Magic,

    written by Sam Long and performed by Sour Flour.

  • Valentine's Day Special: HOW DUDLEY TOOK THE PLUNGE

    Written by David K. Barnes and Directed by Gabriel Urbina
    Starring Leo Wan

    A young man recounts the unusual way he made and lost his fortune over a Valentine’s Day weekend at a luxury hotel for magicians.

     

    Additional music featured in this episode: "Coming Of Age" by Bob Hart and "Chunky Monkey" by Shtriker.

  • UNSEEN was created by Gabriel Urbina, Sarah Shachat, and Zach Valenti, and it is an original production by Long Story Short Productions.

     

    All pre-existing sound effects used in the show are in the public domain, have been filed under Creative Commons License 0, or have been licensed for use through Pond5 or Sound Snap. Some additional music tracks used have been licensed through Artlist. If you believe that your material has been used improperly at some point in the show, please contact us immediately.

     

    The typeface used in the UNSEEN logo is Macula, designed by Jacques Le Bailly.