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Discussing the effects of theatre on the lives of the collective.
Senator Tim Mathern, 60 interviews his friend and former teacher William Weiler, 80, about mentors in WW’s life, WW’s involvement in the Catholic Church and about family.
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.
Museum of the Rockies Docent, Maury Irvine, shares his story about attempting to enlist in WWII 27 times and his experiences as a Merchant Marine during WWII.
In this interview John Bache reflects on his parents’ immigration story and the foundation of his family, his childhood in Los Angeles, his professional life, the influence of others, and the impact he has had on others.
Part 1 of 2. Judge Carl Marshall talks to Julissa (17) about his experiences as a juvenile justice judge, the law, justice and a more perfect union.
Danielle Patterson Varner (42) interviews her colleague Paul Pierce (68) about his career in the theater industry. They also discuss the importance of community theater as a space for storytelling and identity-building, as well as the legacy of kindness Paul...
A wonderful life filled with love and adventure.
Mother and daughter discussing experiences in New York
Jerome Shannon (66) and his husband, Charles Smoke (69), sit down for a conversation about moving from Mobile, AL to Pensacola, FL, the organizations that they are involved with in Pensacola, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their lives...
Lorrie and Rob talk about their experiences as friends and artists in Dayton, OH.
Lane Martin, 18 years of age interviews his mother, Shelly Martin, 40 years of age about her life and her career path and experiences.
Alicia talks about the importance of the Guapamacataro Arts and Ecology center as a place for artist residents and as a way to give back to the Maravatio community. Alicia is both a citizen of Mexico and the United States...
We talked about Beverly’s life and career in art’s management. We also talked about Beverly’s parents’ journey from Russia to the United States.
Just two friends conversing about growing up in a world of art.
Friends Wes Condray-Wright (34) and Chip Chandler (47) discuss how they met, the arts and the arts scene in Amarillo.
Interview with Director of Orchestra Operations of Virtuosi of Houston Chamber Youth Orchestra
Gabby tells us about how she was born and raised in Guapamacataro, Maravatio, Michoacan, Mexico, and how she is caretaker with her husband and daughter at the Center for Arts and Ecology. Gabby is also an organic strawberry farmer and...
Siblings Jamee McAdoo (19) and Norel McAdoo (21) share a conversation about their family, the COVID-19 pandemic, poetry, music, and their hopes and goals for the future.
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.
Kathy Sartori Hankard (50) talks with her dad, James “Jim” Anthony Sartori (86, almost 87). Dad shares stories of growing up outside of Chicago, and taking the bus into the city as a young boy (age 12) for a day...
My Poppie, who grew up in the South, recalls events from his childhood, like memories of his suburban neighborhood, his grandfather’s farm, and the assassinations of Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. Later, he summarizes his college years, how he...
Chicago Full Moon Jam founder Liz Breen Campanella and former FMJ organizer and board member Michi Trota talk about their love of art and fire, nurturing a vibrant community of performers, musicians, and volunteers, and the evolution of the FMJ...
Father and son reminisce on the influence of family and passion on building a life surrounded by the power of community.
Brandon Kennedy (54) speaks to his father John Kennedy (81) about his family's trading post where they traded art and crafts of the Navajo communities in New Mexico.