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The Food for Thought Project Part Four: Writer Shea Stanley

Katy Koop interviews Shea Stanley, one of the writers in The Food for Thought Project, a year-long lab for aspiring audio dramatists.This is Part Four in a four part series. Read Part One with the producers here, including more about the guest speakers mentioned in this interview. Read Part Two with writer Ashley-Ruth Bernier. Read …

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The Food for Thought Project Part Three: Writer Tori Grace Nichols

Katy Koop interviews Tori Grace Nichols, one of the writers in The Food for Thought Project, a year-long lab for aspiring audio dramatists. This is Part Three in a four part series. Read Part One with the producers here, including more about the guest speakers mentioned in this interview. Read Part Two with writer Ashley-Ruth …

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The Food for Thought Project Part One: The Producers

Katy Koop interviews Aurelia Belfield and Tamara Kissane, the producers of The Food for Thought Project, about the impetus, process, and inspiration that drives this year-long lab for aspiring audio dramatists. “We all have incredible relationships to what we eat, to what we don’t eat, to what we’ve eaten since childhood and what we were …

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151: Writing your first audio drama: Aspiring audio dramatists discuss the Food for Thought Project

Regardless of your medium or genre, you’ll find this conversation to be a delight. Three aspiring audio dramatists share numerous writing tips, vulnerabilities, and encouragement to tell your story as they write their first scripted audio fiction series. In 2021, Artist Soapbox has been conducting a 12 month pilot program for aspiring audio dramatists graciously …

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Guess What Happened To Me Last Night: ASBX Shorts Episode 2

Adapted from the short story “When the World Rushes In,” this scene finds ex-best friends, Val and Bonnie, unexpectedly reconnecting on a walk home in the summer of 1987. These thirteen-year-old girls navigate their way through an emotional and confusing conversation about Bonnie losing her virginity. The dialogue is both a barrier and an olive …

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ASBX JP is a G-O! (A solo update by Tamara)

A five minute update about what’s happening with Artist Soapbox. Hint: It’s all good news!!! Transcript Hey Soapboxers! It’s Tamara here. I’m so excited to connect with you and to share an Artist Soapbox update with two big announcements. I’ve also included an audition reminder at the end. Soapboxers! The projects we have in motion …

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140: Big feelings and big fun. Writing audio theatre for children with writer and composer Matthew Hager

Imagination + Heart + Audio Storytelling. Dive into a trio of treats with Giselle la Trent the Gazellephant, and Spotted, Blotted, Polka-Dotted: the Story of Peter the Hippo, and STUCK Stories, all three created by Matthew Hager and produced by Aggregate Theatre Company. In this episode, multi-hyphenate theatre artist Matthew Hager discusses his original audio …

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