His work inspired a generation of broadcasters, including Ira Glass.
After his talk at the Third Coast International Audio Festival, the Reader asked the godfather of audio storytelling one simple question
A trip to “the Sundance of radio” in the golden age of podcasting
A former Christian reflects on the spiritual struggle portrayed in Lucas Hnath’s latest play.
A former Christian missionary reflects on the kind of crises of faith portrayed in The Christians.
A Q&A with Ira Glass about his touring show Three Acts, Two Dancers, One Radio Host.
The artist uses comics to break down the process of aural storytelling.
In remembrance of the author and critic, along with links to some of Sandlin’s work
The new production The World of Extreme Happiness introduces modern China to an American audience.
The U. of C. pays tribute to Studs Terkel with a weekend-long festival of readings, screenings, and notable appearances.
The three productions featured at this year’s Garage Rep do what they’re supposed to: risk failure by thinking big.
The highs and lows of longtime WBEZ visionary Torey Malatia
Vice on HBO is news for a generation with a steel belly and a short attention span.
Rigorous illogic isn’t just for children.
An interview with the comedian in anticipation of his one-man show, now playing at the Victory Gardens Theater tomorrow