Episode 26 – Jacqueline Stone

“The reason that I do theatre for young audiences is because I’m trying to save theatre.”

Jacqueline Stone is the artistic director of Emerald City Theatre, which serves audiences from 0-13 all around the city of Chicago.  She has a passion for providing very young people with high quality, impactful and fun theatre to set them up for a life-long love of art.  In this episode, we discussed her first theatre experience, her work with TUTA and what theatre for babies looks like.

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Theme music in this episode is by Mark Rosenthal of Body Counts and Beers.  All other music by Lee Rosevere.

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