in conversation with . . .
"If I’ve prepared enough, I’m seeing it unfold and I’m hearing the distinct voices of all the characters and how they relate to each other. That is, hopefully, how the experience is translated to listener. That, to me, is the key to it, not just with the sound of your voice but with the images in your mind. You express and transmit your picture of that world to the listener."
actor, writer, voiceover artist
"One of the greatest sounds is the kids playing instruments. Even if they’re playing terribly. Just the sound of children making that noise is beautiful. And it’s the sound of the city: all around the city, you’ve got all these musicians who are trying to get their sound and working it out. And that struggle is...really, a part of the city."