A2SF: Snap Judgement

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NPR’s highly popular program “Snap Judgment” tells fascinating tales about remarkable and defining events in people’s lives. On Saturday, June 29, the show will be taped and performed live at the Power Center for the Performing Arts as part of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival. The program’s visceral and musical brand of storytelling challenges listeners to assume the role of another and see a slice of the world through someone else’s eyes. The show also mixes musical interludes throughout the narrative to produce a cinematic, dramatic and raw radio performance that captivates listeners with a high-energy, engaging story. Hosted by Glynn Washington, Snap Judgment focuses on people around the globe who have to put everything on the line.

The program airs locally on Michigan Radio 91.7 FM. 8pm. Power Center for the Performing Arts, 121 Fletcher St. 734-994-5999. www.a2sf.org.-GMK

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