EQUITABLE DINNERS STORIES! AMEE VYAS

American-born of Indian descent, Amee has been a professional actor in Atlanta for over 15 years and was the first (and for a time the only) Atlanta-area AEA Member of Indian-descent. She is also a co-founder of East by Southeast,...

EQUITABLE DINNERS STORIES! MARLON BURNLEY

Marlon has a passion for community engagement. He believes, very strongly, that theatre can be used as a catalyst for change and community building. He worked as the Director of Shakespeare in Fremont Park, a community outreach program developed by...

The Greatness that is Brady Smith

Brady Smith is one of the most amazing people I have ever met! This is my interview with him.

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Carol Cohen, Benjamin Cohen, and Lee Cohen

Carol Cohen (70) shares a conversation with her sons, Benjamin "Ben" Cohen (36) and Lee Cohen (28), about the relationship the two brothers have together as siblings.

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Tom Quaintance and Charles Quaintance

Tom Quaintance (54) talks with his father, Charles "Chad" Quaintance (81), about Chad's work as a civil rights lawyer in Selma, Alabama in the 1960s.

Leeanne Chávez story.

I interviewed my really good family/ friend leeanne. I have known her for years and she’s really helped me a lot in life.

“The Iroquois Theatre Fire” Story corps interview

Today, we talked about the significance of the Iroquois fire, and how it affected my family’s life.