Sue Scott: Seriously Silly (A Prairie Home Companion)

Sue Scott: Seriously Silly (A Prairie Home Companion)

by Garrison Keillor

Audio CD(Original radio broadcast; 1 hour)

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Overview

“She speaks fluent prairie.”-New York TimesSue Scott has taken her talents from the stage to the airwaves doing “funny voices on the radio” with A Prairie Home Companion since 1992. A vocal talent without compare, at any moment she can be garrulous, gracious, sassy, sinful, prim and proper, worldly and wise. Sue Scott: Seriously Silly collects the best of Sue Scott so far, as if such a thing were possible. Here's Sue as Mom calling her beleaguered son Duane. As Ruth Harrison, Reference Librarian, with her black belt in biblio-kwon-do. As devastatingly beautiful supermodel Cynthia Maxwell. As private eye Guy Noir's faithful ex-girlfriend, Sugar. As an NPR correspondent. A waitress named Vi. A blonde. A bird. Berniece. Radio starlet Lulu Lane, and more. Here's Sue Scott in 14 sketches, bits, and send-ups heard over the years on live broadcasts of A Prairie Home Companion. All seriously silly.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781622310074
Publisher: HighBridge Company
Publication date: 02/26/2013
Series: Prairie Home Companion (Audio)
Edition description: Original radio broadcast; 1 hour
Pages: 60
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 4.90(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

Garrison Keillor, born in Anoka, Minnesota, is an essayist, columnist, blogger, and writer of sonnets, songs, and limericks. Keillor wrote and hosted the radio show A Prairie Home Companion for forty years. He and his wife, Jenny Lind Nilsson, live in Minneapolis and New York.

Hometown:

St. Paul, Minnesota

Date of Birth:

August 7, 1942

Place of Birth:

Anoka, Minnesota

Education:

B.A., University of Minnesota, 1966

Table of Contents

Contents:

  • Mom
  • Special Report
  • Our Neighbors, The Birds
  • Green
  • Old Folks
  • Ruth Harrison
  • Blonde
  • Wobegonics
  • Duct Tape
  • Couple
  • Guy Noir
  • Bob
  • Communication in Minnesota
  • Overactors Theater

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