Montague, Sarah

Sarah Montague
BA, MA, Cambridge University
Part Time Assistant Professor

Sarah Montague is an award-winning radio and audio producer whose work in the public radio environment has lead her to craft courses in which broadcast culture, audio arts, drama, and sound intersect in both theory and practice. She is one of the founders, and faculty advisors, for The New School’s Internet radio station,
Courses Taught:
  • Audio Culture 1: Radio Documentary
  • Audio Culture 2: Radio/Audio Aesthetics
  • The Culture of Public Radio
  • On-Air: WNSR New School Radio
  • Skybridge Art and Sound Space (Curatorial and Sound)
  • Beckett, Stoppard, Pinter: Radio Drama
Office Location:
65 W. 11th St., Room 458 (interior office)Room 458, 65 W 13th Street
Office Hours:
Mondays, Wednesdays 6-7 or by appointment
Phone Number/Extension:
646-829-4137, New School: 212-229-5100 x3448


Research Interests:
  • History of radio arts
  • Sound art
  • Drama and sound
Professional Affiliations:
  • New York Public Radio (staff producer)
  • American Women in Media
  • Association of Independents in Radio
  • The Players 
Recent Presentations/Exhibits:
Moliere: Comic Genius: a season of play readings at New York Public Radio’s Jerome L. Greene Performance Space; Sound of Freedom, Acheron: The Inferno: Skybridge Art and Sound Space (faculty curator)
Competitions and Appearances:
Guest speaker: American Society of Journalists and Authors
T is For Tom: a Celebration of the Life and Work of Tom Stoppard (radio documentary); SELECTED SHORTS: A Celebration of the Short Story (nationally distributed public radio program--senior producer, on-going)
(as above)

Additional Radio features (for WNYC):   “Et Tu Brut, A Woman?” (All female Theatre productions); “Across and Down: Crosswords at 100”; “Ice Age: Photographer Frank Thiel in Patagonia”
CV (pdf):

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