Alan Frechtman reminisces about his decades of experience working on Prairie Home Companion and the lessons learned on creating sound effects, characters, and vocal acting for a radio play-podcast. Originally aired on Voices in the Valley in April of 2016
LA screenwriter and producer Dina Chapman shares her industry experience with Steph, explains the ins and outs of writing for episodic tv with HUSH writers Emma and Lee and dialogues on how it might be applied to audio scripts. Dina also discusses “Still the King” and “His Wives and Daughters”, shows on CMT.
During the month of April, Voices in the Valley joins the NEA Big Read festivities, a community wide reading program, with special programming highlights inspired by Dashiell Hammett’s noir classic, The Maltese Falcon. Steph and De converse with Festival Theater’s Rachel Kuhnle, the Shush! students perform episode one of their original sci-fi podcast series “Don’t Whine over Missing Robots”, […]
Vega and Marcel’s deviousness unfolds and Ben’s babysitting job goes dangerously awry
Listen in as our student editor-in-chief shares about the St. Croix Valley’s first youth literary magazine. The Boom Site is student initiated, student led and features student submissions of prose, poetry and visual art. Hear how you can be involved and check out the student submission guidelines on The Shire’s website page.
A horrible nightmare reminds Andy of the need to save Finn, Rachel and Zach set of on an investigation of their own, and an explosion catches the attention of the police
Confusion and uncertainty abound as Andy and her friends try to determine the identity of a stranger, a woman Andy is sure must know something about Finn, the little boy she left in the war torn bomb world.
Sucked into a bomb-ridden world, Andy seeks to save a little boy. Determined not to give up on the boy or her grandma, Andy goes along with Ben’s idea that the friends should search the attic for clues to Violet’s mysterious disappearance.
A lively interview with The Shire’s Audio Drama Team on the radio program Voices in the Valley followed by the world premier of “One Day in Edellen” – the original story that served as a prompt for HUSHpodcast.
We continue our “Stories of Hope” series as Nancy Lyner, Jackie Craig and Ali Adsit join us from Evolve Adoption and Family Services. Ali shares her remarkable story that includes being born during an earthquake in Guatemala and pulled out of the rubble before being adopted by a Minnesota family. Then, in the second half […]