This is from what we call in the School of Drama, the third-year "Interview Project." Throughout the semester third year students work on the vocal patterning and narrative style of two interviewees for a live production at the end of the Fall semester. The skill goal is texturing speech, synthesizing physicality, and making a compelling edit without changing the interviewee's language; the greater goal (and good) is colloquial empathy--accessing the embedded, life data and idiosyncrasy we make available when we talk about ourselves and the things we like . 

My interviewees were Eric of Bridgeport, CT, 46, and Juliana of Washington D.C., 23, and these are their words. 

BARRY from Eric Bogosian's "Talk Radio," Film Class, Gregory-Berger Sobeck, Yale School of Drama.