Apr 212013

Sarah Montague, an adjunct faculty member of Eugene Lang College since 2002, has been an independent radio/audio producer for over twenty-five years. At the New School, she teaches courses in radio and audio aesthetics, radio documentary, radio drama, and sound design, and helped found the New School’s online radio station, newschoolradio.org (WNSR), for which she is one of two faculty advisors.

She is the producer of the National Public Radio-distributed spoken word/drama programs Jazzplay and The Radio Stage, and Public Radio International’s popular short story series Selected Shorts (which she has produced since 1996).  She is the creator of documentary specials on the cultural history of The Titanic, Adrienne Rich, Virginia Woolf, and Sir Tom Stoppard among others.  Her production of Archibald Macleish’s The Fall of the City, and an accompanying documentary, The Fall of the City: Prophetic Classic, won awards from The New York Festivals and The Alliance of Women in Media.   She is also a cultural feature producer, and her work has been heard on Morning Edition, Studio 360, and On the Media.   She has also worked in audio publishing as an adaptor and director/producer.  She is a former board and faculty member of the National Audio Theatre Festivals, and a published critic and essayist.

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