Twenty-One (audio play)
By Sylvi Stein
A short audio play about influence, being under the influence, and the influence of parents’ choices on their children.
After listening to “Cascando,” a radio play by Samuel Beckett, I wrote and revised a play script, and had two actor friends (thank you, Inara and Raisa!) record their voices. Afterwards, I edited in background music using Soundtrap.
Sylvi Stein is a senior in New York, NY and a lover of poetry, prose, art, photography, the ocean, sunsets and the moon. Her biggest pet peeve is when someone judges a book by its cover or its width. Sylvi considers herself a writer because, plain and simple, she loves writing (and reading). If she were a superhero, she would love to be able to fly, but mind-reading would probably be more practical.
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