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During the interview we talked about verns life. This included his adoption by his aunt and uncle, his marriage, his career in the arts, etc.
I talk with my father about his passion for the arts, while he loves them, how he discovered his passion for them, and where he sees them going in the future.
A life of opportunities in theatre and the importance of family. An active life in theatre that spanned the U.S. and engaged with many well-known theatre people - and a doctoral degree and teaching along the way.
Interviewing Lucio castanzo about his childhood and also talking about teaching. In the USA after going to Italy for three years when he was little
[Recorded: Thursday, February 9th, 2022] Carol (71) and Aly (38) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Carol is deeply involved in the Waynesboro community, although she is originally from a small coal mining town in Pennsylvania, spending...
Alan Hams shared stories from his childhood and his teenage years. They also remembered the adventures of family trips.
Best friends John Cramer (59) and Doug Jarecki (48) have a conversation about how they met, how their acting careers progressed, and how they enjoy spending time together, along with their wives.
Esther La Porta (73) and her husband Robert LaPorta (72) recount their lives and whats happened to them in the 50 years they have been married.
New friends Gloria Salinas Oatman [no age given] and Manuela Velasquez (23) discuss Gloria's childhood, her connection to Earth, and her accomplishments in life. Gloria also talks about the importance of food, health, and healing.
Aaron Kennedy (40) talks with his design assistant/student, Moriah Jestus (18) about his experience in theatre education and the professional theatre world.
Vickie Silver: 2020-09-07 18:54:43 Vickie Silver & Helen Adelt reminisce about the 1960s
On December 1st, 2019, Griffin Weld interviews his father about growing up in Ohio and then about theatre during and after highschool
In this interview, Alison talks with Amy and Andy Dudas, owners of Dudas Law and community builders who are turning a vacant building in downtown Richmond into a place where all are welcome to create art of any form.
Janet Kutner, 71, is interviewed by her son Bryan Kutner, 35, about her career as an art critic for the Dallas Morning News.
Kelli Cramer (54) talks with her husband John Cramer (59) about the many coincidences that make up their love story and nearly 30 years of happy marriage and partnership together.
Clint McGuire (56) interviews his longtime friend, Miranda Lund (43), about her experiences as a student in the USC Aiken theatre department, and how it led to her creating an Instagram account devoted to cosplay.
Bernard Gersten, 86, by his friend and colleague, Anne Cattaneo, 56, about the Lincoln Center Theater.
This interview was created by asking a panel of theatre artists each one questions about Theatre and what it means to them. The resulting interview is a compilation of their responses.
Bailey Stahl, an actress, talks about her experiences throughout her life on stage and how it has impacted her.
I asked myself a few questions about my future and a few about my past. Mainly the topic focused on those who have been the most influential in my life, which is my loved ones.
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.