Overview of the course:

"Writing drama for audio is simultaneously the easiest and the most difficult type of performance writing. It is easy inasmuch as, on the face of it, the writer only needs to consider the aural dimension. However, it is difficult at the same time, for the same reason."--The Radio Drama Handbook by Richard J. Hand and Mary Traynor

Writing audio dramas has almost become a lost art just as this storytelling media is on the rebound. In this in-depth course, we will go through the unique requirements, methods, and techniques for writing the audio play.

Topics this course will cover:

* Showing vs. Telling in an auditory media

* The three critical tools

* The structure and substructure of the Audio Play