The Sonic Society

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Shape Shifting Companion

A Prairie Home Companion‘s ultra talented Sue Scott speaks about the benefits of voice acting in Ann Arbor, and the power it provides to “shape shift” for the audience. Scott gushes,  “Some voices I would never be able to sustain on a stage, because you have to project, and reach back of the  house Somewhere in America, the Home Companion is coming your way. In Canada, we have our own Vinyl Cafe with Stuart McLean ,” said Scott. “For radio, the mic is right there, so you can use really intimate voices, or strange, scratchy voices I could never do for 7 or 8 performances a week on a stage. So it’s fun to find whole different category of voices. … I come from theater, but (fellow APHC actor)Tim Russell comes from radio, so we meet somewhere in the middle.”


About The Author

Born to Teachers and Amateur Audio Enthusiasts in the small rural community of Belwood, Jack's first love was stories- writing, reading, telling, and singing. He developed his acting skills through High School, University, and through film and community theatre. Jack writes the lion's share of Electric Vicuna's Audio Drama scripts and has his own writing site at www.jackjward.com He's thrilled to co-host the Sonic Society with his wonderful, talented, friend David Ault!

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