Three Questions: an interview with … August 22, 2006Posted by William Spear in >> Three Questions: an interview with ....
The press release for Lit Between the Ears, Volume One: Chekhov, O. Henry, Spear and Tarkington On the Air started with a simple premise – radio drama in the United States is not dead. That statement was expanded in the book’s Introduction to reference dramatists and performance companies across the country shaping radio to meet their creative visions.
Those dramatists and performance companies will be offered an opportunity to present themselves and offer insight on their work here in Lit Between the Ears. The format is modest: three questions, a line or two of biographical information and a glimpse into what they are currently working.
The questions are straightforward:
1) How is radio drama similar to, and different from, stage, film or television?
2) What should our industry do to reach new listeners?
3) What is your favorite piece of radio drama and why?
Look for columns titled “Three Questions: an interview with …”. Perhaps you’ll find a writer or story that confirms the press release for Lit Between the Ears – “Radio drama in the United States is not dead.”
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