Article: Writing for Audio Theatre – The Basics

Writing for Audio Theatre: The Basics

by Roger Gregg for an NATF 2003 Panel

“Invariably when stalking an ineffable subject like ‘Writing for Audio Theatre’, one frequently must resort to what are at best equivocal over-simplified ‘How To’ constructs and dodgy reductionist schematics. Sometimes, for some individuals these figurative abstractions prove helpful in refining their approach to the craft, at others these constructs merely confuse.

What follows is not meant to be a comprehensive discourse in logical sequence. I certainly make no claims to having a monopoly on ‘the answer’, ‘the formula’, ‘the secret’, ‘the key’ or ‘the font’.

Fact is there isn’t any answer, formula, secret, key or font. ”

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