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  • Jun 19, 2017Listed
  • Jul 17, 2017Deadline
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Glarcon's Previously Completed Works

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    About MetaData Radio

    MetaData is an absurdist satire of modern public radio, in which every story goes objectively nowhere. An international flight disappears, Silicon Valley robs the homeless of their cars, and dead people are interviewed with polite sincerity, as each popular podcast format unfolds into the next, gradually eroding all logic, and giving a much needed voice to the real Fake News.


    Most roles are very short--some no more than a few lines, most less than a page, so it's a large cast but with minimal time required for each actor. Most of the characters I still need to cast are for straight-laced, professional NPR type reporters, and a few are bit characters--people interviewed on the street, listeners calling in to a "live" talk show, etc. It's paced very quickly so that one show flows seamlessly into another with no warning. Think: Mr. Show structure, but goofing on the tropes of Radiolab and This American Life, as opposed to MTV and local access news and commercials.

    The material itself is humorous, but I want to play all the acting completely straight, aiming for authenticity, to the point where one could mistake it for actual radio if they're not paying close attention to the words.

    The final product will run around 20 minutes, to be distributed on Soundcloud or Youtube at first, with intent to shop it around as a pilot for a continuing series. I hope to have it finished by the end of the summer.

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