Dramatic tales, killer beats and the edgiest new talent in storytelling come together for a weekly radio hour hosted by Glynn Washington.
July 24th, 2015
Episode 366 of 741 episodes
It's an all-NEW Snap..."Sex, Lies, and Audiotape." We think that nobody knows... that there is a difference between private us and public us. Not likely. Color Inside The Lines Glynn learns a little about human nature when he tries to introduce some racial diversity into his dating circle. Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller Wait Until Dark Adam Linn went to the Louisiana Center for the Blind in search of life skills, but what he got was so much more… This story was first performed live at Yum's The Word [http://www.yumsthewordshow.com] in NYC. You can see more of Adam’s work at http://www.adamlinn.com Producer: Anna Sussman and Ana Adlerstein Sound designer: Renzo Gorio With All The Bright Lights On So what happens when the machines start turning on you… but you’re half machine yourself? We’ve got the answers in a radio play adapted from Delaney Nolan’s original fiction story, With all the bright lights on. For more of Delaney’s work, visit www.delaneynolan.com/ And don’t forget our amazing actors: Man: Josh Lebowitz Voicebox: Sam Fischmann Mom: Ann Swanberg TV Reporter: Avery Trufelman And the Snap family players: Jazmin Aguilera, Pat Mesiti-Miller, Nancy Lopez, Davey Kim, Eliza Smith, and Mark Ristich. Producer: Eliza Smith Sound Design: Pat Mesiti-Miller A Stitch In Time Arminda Palacios was the seamstress for the swanky Hotel Bauen in Buenos Aires, Argentina for twenty years. But when the financial crisis hit and she lost her job, Arminda took matters into her own hands. Producer: Ana Adlerstein and Nancy Lopez Original Score and Sound Design: Leon Morimoto Additional Tango Music courtesy of Pianist Mark Wyman Song: Hotel Victoria compsed by Feliciano Latasa