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Released July 12, 2020
As a designer in this industry who jumps all around the country, way too often I hear the claim “I don’t know any other black designers.” Why is it that statistics in the arts and in general, on average, skew white? Why is it that in an art form where we pride ourselves simply on the telling of great and often entertaining stories, that the idea that African- Americans have not “taken-up” design for the stage, is still prevalent? And is there anything that can be done?
Guest: Kathy Perkins        Runtime: 43 Minutes

Released July 29, 2020


In this episode, the first of two parts, Steve Jones, former Director of Production at the Apollo Theatre in New York City, tells us where he came from. Beginning with his origins in Flint, Michigan where he started taking part in theatre activities in grade school, Steve starting taking theatre seriously after a sports injury sidelined him for the remainder of his college career. He walks us through his experiences in applying for grad schools, leaving Flint, Michigan, and his first big-time job in New York City at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Guest: Steve Jones        Runtime: 39 Minutes