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.

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.

Carol Bingaman and Aly Brookland

[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...

Interview with Lucio Castanzo

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

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.

Aaron Kennedy and Moriah Jestus
November 13, 2022 App Interview

Aaron Kennedy (40) talks with his design assistant/student, Moriah Jestus (18) about his experience in theatre education and the professional theatre world.

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Gloria Salinas Oatman and Manuela Velasquez

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.

“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.

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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.

Behind the Lines: Seeking Out the World’s Greatest War Letters

Military historian and bestselling author ANDREW CARROLL speaks with theatre director and Chapman University professor JOHN BENITZ about Andrew’s efforts to find and preserve the greatest war-related correspondences ever written and how they’ve been featured in books, films, and the...

The Life of Lily: Interviewing my older (and wiser) sister

In this interview, Lily explains to me how she developed her passions along with her inspirations in life. Towards the end, we discuss family, traditions, and advice for the future.

In highschool, you like girls and burgers, did you know you would be where you are now?

My cousin, Mike, who now is working in the music industry as a choral director and “jingle maker” talks about how he got to where he is and some childhood stories of him and his brother, victorious and otherwise.

David Alford

Professor and Actor, David Alford speaks about his life

Lyda Stillwell

Interview with Lyda Stillwell who spent her life working in theatre primarily as a theatre director and professor. Lyda resides in Friendship Village Kalamazoo as of fall 2021 during the time of the interview.

A Spoonful Of Joy

We reconnected with our past to go through our journey in our friendship. We wanted to live in happiness during a time of uncertainty.