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Robin Liesenfelt and her aunt Joan Hill discuss life lessons and missed opportunities.
Steve Desroches (47) and Mark Cortale (53) discuss Cortale's career as a manager and producer of live entertainment with a focus on his work as the artistic director of the Art House in Provincetown, Massachusetts and as manager for drag...
Steve Desroches (48) talks to Christopher Kenney about his life as a dancer and as Edie, a high-kicking drag queen.
Harper Brady answers questions about his acting career, and how it came to be. He explains where he wants to go, as well as some of his best memories.
Steve Desroches (49) talks to Prescott Seymour (39) about his work as drag queen Sutton Lee Seymour.
Henry McCoy (59) sits down with his mother-in-law, Margaret Black (85), to ask about her and her sisters' adventures in "show biz."
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Leah Okimoto was born in upstate New York, and after having to move to several places across the country, she settled in Marlboro, Massachusetts, where she cemented her childhood. In New York City, she pursued...
Steve Desroches (49) talks to his nephew Conor Donnelly (27) about his life in theater.
Steve Desroches (48) talks to Phil Spletzer (56) about his career as a musician, playing the violin in symphony orchestras and in the pit of many Broadway shows.
Somerset Peede (21) speaks to her mentor [No Name Given] (60) about how COVID-19 impacted their lives and their community at the Blair School of Music.
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.
Steve Desroches (48) talks to Jamie Morris (54) about his life as an actor and playwright, specifically on his work writing parodies.
Jackie Neale talks with her friend and clothing designer, Betsy Cook, about how it feels to follow her inner call to action to use her clothing storefront boutique, National Picnic, to make hundreds of face masks for medical professionals in...