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You’ve heard it before. Don’t judge a book by its cover. This week, Snap Judgment proudly presents stories from people who discover things are not as they seem.;
It's an all-new Snap! They think they know you. You think you know them. On the next Snap Judgment from PRX and NPR... "You Don't Know Me." Amazing stories about misunderstanding someone else's world.
It's all-new... "Snap LIVE! in Ann Arbor." It's a night of unforgettable storytelling at the Ann Arbor Summer Festival brought to you by Michigan Radio. Snap celebrates 100 episodes on NPR and PRX, and you get the very best seat in the house.
Original Music by Alex Mandel
Music Performed by Alex Mandel and the Snap Judgment Players (Tim Frick and David Brandt)
Performed live at The Power Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan
In partnership with Michigan Radio and The Ann Arbor Summer Festival
Storytellers: Shannon Cason, Caitlin Gill, Joe Klocek, Vijai Nathan, Rives and Glynn Washington
Produced by Glynn Washington, Mark Ristich, Jeanette Aguilar, Jamie DeWolf and Will Urbina
Director of Photography: Will Urbina
Assistant Director: Renzo Gorrio
Re-recording Mixer: Pat Mesiti-Miller
Special Thanks to Tamar Charney, Jenn White and Jeff Beyersdorf
This week Snap Judgment wants to be alone. We proudly present amazing stories of precious solitude and terrifying isolation. They say no man is an island, but “they” haven't heard the stories we are about to bring to you . . .
An all-new Snap... "Chain of Command." Amazing stories about those on the bottom talking to those in the middle who report to those on top. Storytelling with a beat... from PRX and NPR.
The only thing standing between a boy and his chocolate dream is "Comrade Grannie."
Josh Healey performs his story for Snap Live! at Ann Arbor's Power Center. Find out more about Josh Healey at joshhealey.org.
Sponsored by Michigan Radio and the Ann Arbor Summer Festival
Step right up, sneak under the Big Top, and put your head directly into the lion’s gaping jaws. This week, Snap Judgment proudly presents the greatest show in the land, “Circus, Circus.”
It's an all-new Snap... "Identity Crisis." When you go to find yourself, to discover who you are, what if the person you uncover is not who you thought you were? Storytelling with a beat... from PRX and NPR.
This week, we sit down at the family table and put our nose right in the middle of the most important relationship of all. Snap Judgment proudly presents, “Dear Mama.”
We’ve all had a teacher we’ve loved, who changed our lives and believed in us. God bless ‘em. Today on Snap Judgment, “Teacher, Teacher.”