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Brett Cook and Desmond O'shea

Friends Brett Cook (52) and Desmond O’Shea (18) talk about the Black (W)hole project, the Black Lives Matter movement, and how coronavirus has impacted their creativity and community.

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Kathryn Muhlstein and Nancy Carson

Friends and colleagues Kathryn Muhlstein (37) and Nancy Carson (61) talk about dance, their children, and the organization Nancy co-founded, The Dance Cooperative.

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Charles Smoke and Jerome Shannon

Jerome Shannon (66) and his husband, Charles Smoke (69), sit down for a conversation about moving from Mobile, AL to Pensacola, FL, the organizations that they are involved with in Pensacola, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their lives...

Dr. Erika Izaguirre's Music Journey

Join me and learn about Dr. Erika Izaguirre's music journey and how she got where she is now. Through her struggles and achievements you might learn something that will help you continue with your hobby.

Pressure On Young Athletes In Sports

Mike Yorke talks with his brother, Dave Yorke, about pressure on young athletes in sports.

A Message For Self-love

Join us to get to know Ms. Jessica Blinkhorn, an art teacher with a wonderful personality, shares her performance in NY City, her view on the world, hatred, and self-love.

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Claire McCoy and George Black

Claire McCoy (58) sits down with her father, George Black (86), to ask him about his experiences as an actor and his career as a professor in the theater departments of various universities.

“No Sorrys – Iain”
September 10, 2020 App Interview

Thinking about the one piece of advice that made me a better writer and performer.

PTSD and Me: How Poetry saved me from Suicide

Erika Land and Aissatou Sidime-Blanton discuss that PTSD the Erika suffered as part of her U.S. military service as a pharmacy technician and how poetry, and producing her one-woman play (“PTSD and Me/At ease. Not today PTSD.”), has helped her...

Kate Carlyle

Lina Fang asks Kate Carlyle about the journey of becoming a high school senior and the memories that have made her experience significant.

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Connie Williams and Lance Friend

One Small Step partners Connie Williams (68) and Lance Friend (49) talk about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their lives, the importance of middle ground, and the political climate of the United States today.

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Norris Streetman and Michael Loman

Michael Loman (51), also known as "Indian Elvis," and his producer, Norris Streetman (65), share a conversation about Michael's upbringing, his Indigenous identity, his experiences in the entertainment industry, his goals, and the wisdom he lives by.

Evaluating artistic potential with Jen Waldman

Mara Jill Herman (Astoria) interviews Jen Waldman (Manhattan) on May 12, 2021. They discuss early dance recitals, teenage enterprising, getting messy with Musical Theater, YoungArts, and adapting the Jen Waldman Studio to a thriving virtual community.

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Tamara Nicks and Clint McGuire

Clint McGuire (56) speaks with his friend Tamara Nicks (55) about her time as one of the first members of the University Theatre program at the University of South Carolina Aiken.

SOUTA with Donna Marquet

An interview with Donna Marquet, Senior Lecturer in Scenic Design at the University of North Texas and founder of SOUTA. We discuss the planning, execution, and impact of this event that connects graduating students to theatre industry professionals.