This probably wouldn't even work. but I will put it forth anyway.
A big difference between the dialog of Performance Art and Real-Life is the clear separation of lines from one speaker to another. In the world's typical media, this makes sense. One cannot ask the actor on stage or to repeat that line or have the projectionist rewind the film to play it again. This is a Podcast. As we have seen the evolution of technology, it empowers the consumer of the media. It is easy to hit the 30 second rewind or listen to the episode a few times.
In real-life people talk allover people. Stuff gets squelched, inturupted and all sorts of things. This becomes even more frantic when action and emotion rise. SO what I propose as an outsider looking in, throw some chaos in the crew's dialogue because:
1) I think the chaos in the lines will significantly add to the listener's vicarious emotions.
2) It encourages multiple listens, because the user is unlikely to "catch" everyting the first time
3) It leverages the new technology to empower and heighten the consumers experience.
Number Three is the wild card.
I have many years of new product development. A "Killer Ap" occurs when technology is leveraged to give the customer something they come to love that meets a need they did not even know they had. Many of the norms and conventions of Performance Arts are well-laid, but technological advancements open additional fertile fields.
Or a muck-sucking insect infested bog...