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Jordan Tannahill

A photograph of Jordan Tannahill in front of a Wikipedia screenshot describing The Hum. There are red lines across the Wikipedia text, reminiscent of those on The Listeners' front cover. iPhoto caption: In Conversation with Jordan Tannahill. Composite image by Aisling Murphy.

When the Playwright Goes Prose: In Conversation with Jordan Tannahill

The Listeners is not a cult narrative, or a Stephen King-wannabe, or a Lolita aftershock — Tannahill’s second novel is a triumph all its own, posing urgent (and at times beautiful) questions against a distressing context of disinformation.

By Aisling Murphy / Sep 4, 2021

In Conversation: Jordan Tannahill

"I wasn’t interested in telling a story as such, or having characters as such. For me it was about tapping into this kind of primal howl."

Interview by Maija Kappler / Jan 24, 2018

How Do We Document Non-Traditional Theatre?

As we move into a world where more and more non-traditional and immersive theatre is being created, it’s important to ask: how are the creators of these stories documenting them so that other artists can benefit?

By Brian Postalian / Aug 4, 2017

Carving Out a Career

To hear the play being read aloud and knowing I wasn’t going to have a chance at performing it again—it struck me that that part of my identity and relationship to the piece was over.

By Erum Khan, and Micaela Robertson / Oct 17, 2016