“You Can Do Better….”

My grandpa, Rich Spencer, has had a great life. In this interview, you’ll learn about his great accomplishments and upbringing. From Evanston Wyoming to Harvard Buisness School, you’ll see the steps he took to achieve success.

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.

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Seth Williams and Jesse James

Seth Hunter Williams (28) talks with his fiancé Jesse James (37) about the meaning of living an extraordinary life, childhood reflections, working at haunted houses, memories of coming out to family, and what they hope to "leave behind".

Vern Stillwell

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.

RVM Doyne Mraz
November 13, 2018 App Interview

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.

The Arts, and Its Impact On My Dad, Alex.
November 4, 2021 App Interview

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.

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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.

Interview With Myself

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.

Carly Haines and Bailey Stahl- Dramatic Arts

Bailey Stahl, an actress, talks about her experiences throughout her life on stage and how it has impacted her.

Roger Moon

Retired theater teacher reflects on stories of the past.

"It's my favorite discipline in the world. I don't care who you are, there's a place for you in our world of Theatre."
September 16, 2019 App Interview

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.

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Dustin Mote and Danielle Mote

Dustin Mote (41) and Danielle Hoetmer Mote (41) remember the hallmarks of their 24 year relationship from courtship to breakups, proposal to their first child together.

Rosalie Kenward talks with her father, Mark Kenward about his childhood, their family, and life before she was born.

The interview is conducted by Rosalie Kenward (17) with her father Mark Kenward (50). It was recorded in Oakland, California in November 2017. They discuss childhood, moving, family dynamics, the divorce of his parents and the lessons learned from traumatic...

Everything’s Coming Up Ted

Ted Shank, university professor, director, and playwright, sits down with friend Sara Ah Sing and discusses life and experiences. Interview conducted on 4/24/18 in San Diego, California.

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Esther LaPorta and Robert LaPorta

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.

“We want to remove any barrier that someone might have to creating art”- Andy and Amy Dudas on creating a space for the community

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.