Secrets, Whispers, and Lies: The Art of Personal Storytelling, Presented by Chicago Public Radio
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A rotating cast of talented women celebrates their lack of domestic skills with So My Christmas Tree is Still Up, an entertaining evening combining comedy, storytelling, music and more. Laura Hugg and Leslie Lee, dubbed "The Queen Bee of Comedy," host this all-female revue, which also may include performances by Andrea Schwartz, Anne Purkey and Poppy Fields. Lee is known for her adults-only parodies of popular songs, while Hugg is a Chicago stand-up comic who's performed at Zanies and elsewhere. Learn More
In our tell-all age of blogs, podcasts, YouTube—literary monologues and daytime television, even—everyone and anyone thinks they have a story worth sharing. But is that true? How do you take a good story and figure out which parts are worth telling? Or tease a good story from an idea that, at first glance, may not seem especially compelling? Gwen Macsai, host of Chicago Public Radio’s Re:sound, and Neil Sandell, senior producer of the CBC’s Outfront, will swap examples of memoir-style storytelling at its best—and pull back the curtain on how it works when it works.
Award-winning writer, producer, and humorist Gwen Macsai hosts Re:sound, the Third Coast International Audio Festival’s weekly program showcasing documentaries from around the world. Her work has aired on Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and Weekend Edition Saturday. Gwen created the sitcom What About Joan?, which starred Joan Cusack, and she’s author of Lipshtick, a collection of humorous essays.
Former playwright, teacher, and professional photographer Neil Sandell is senior producer of Outfront, the CBC’s internationally-acclaimed and mold-breaking series of personal stories. Each installment is 15 minutes of storytelling, experimental audio, and new ways of making radio.