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Sam Rayburn of Texas served as Speaker of the U.S. House longer than any person before or since his time. During World War II, Mr. Sam spoke directly to America via public radio; and in this series of episodic audio theatre acts, he will again.
Written by Clay Nichols, The Speaker Speaks was adapted and performed by David R. Jarrott, and produced by Will Douglas.
This audio-theatre presentation is based upon The Public Domain Theatre Company’s 1999 stage production of The Speaker Speaks: An Evening with Sam Rayburn, directed by Robi Polgar.
Sound design, mixing and editing by Craig Brock.
Additional support from: Natalie Garcia, Carlo Garcia and Erin Scialabba, and our friends at Make Every Media.