Bryan Wade is a playwright, radio dramatist, and novelist. His stage plays have been produced in Toronto, Seattle and Chicago, and his radio dramas broadcast in Canada and Australia. Recently, Chatterbox Audio Theater produced Scavenge as a podcast. He teaches in UBC’s Creative Writing Program. Upstart Crow Literary in New York currently represents his YA novels.
Audio drama involves similar elements and strategies used in the playwriting and screenwriting genres. Yet audio drama is a demanding genre with its own unique elements and strategies. In the last decade, the landscape for audio drama has undergone a seismic shift with podcasting. Delegates will get to hear professional writers and producers discuss the […]
There are no second acts for text-based playwrights in Canada. No, I’m not channeling F. Scott Fitzgerald but text-based playwrights in this country who are not closely affiliated with a theatre or performer-playwrights or run their own theatre company, face insurmountable challenges in building and receiving support for their canon of plays. Is it the […]