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Campfire is an interactive storytelling event. Our storytellers work with writers, speaking coaches, facilitation experts and multimedia specialists to create a presentation that brings their story to life. Campfire is like… TED without the data The Moth but interactive A Church sermon without the religion
 
St. Louis actor and singer Deborah Sharn hosts this conversation with local actors, directors, designers, critics, and writers, as well as artists working on and off Broadway and in regional theatre across America. The talk is always lively, intelligent, and in-depth. Produced in the studios of KDHX Community Media.
 
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Tune into this edition of Campfire At Home featuring stories by Deborah Taffa as she provides her answer to the Season 9 question, "How do we move beyond the labels people give us?" Please be advised, some adult language is used as audience member's shared labels from their life which were read out on stage. -------- Campfire invites you to hear st…
 
Tune into this edition of Campfire At Home featuring stories by Delores Martin as she provides her answer to the Season 9 question, "How do we move beyond the labels people give us?" -------- Campfire invites you to hear stories about life and how we live it. Our live events can best be described as TED without the data, The Moth but interactive, a…
 
These episodes of Campfire at Home showcase students who went through our Intro to Storytelling Class. These are students take a 6-week class to prepare to tell a story about life and how they live it. Season 8 students told stories around Unsaid Things. This episodes features Rachel Cherrick and was originally performed on April 17th, 2019. Podcas…
 
These episodes of Campfire at Home showcase students who went through our Intro to Storytelling Class. These are students take a 6-week class to prepare to tell a story about life and how they live it. Season 8 students told stories around Unsaid Things. This episodes features Gabe Cotton and was originally performed on April 17th, 2019. Podcast pr…
 
These episodes of Campfire at Home showcase students who went through our Intro to Storytelling Class. These are students take a 6-week class to prepare to tell a story about life and how they live it. Season 8 students told stories around Unsaid Things. This episodes features Brittany Meyer and was originally performed on April 17th, 2019. Podcast…
 
These episodes of Campfire at Home showcase students who went through our Intro to Storytelling Class. These are students take a 6-week class to prepare to tell a story about life and how they live it. Season 8 students told stories around Unsaid Things. This episodes features Torrey Park and was originally performed on April 17th, 2019. Podcast pr…
 
These episodes of Campfire at Home showcase students who went through our Intro to Storytelling Class. These are students take a 6-week class to prepare to tell a story about life and how they live it. Season 8 students told stories around Unsaid Things. This episodes features Dan Stewart and was originally performed on April 17th, 2019. Podcast pr…
 
Indie rocker, John Vanderslice, is a true American original. In addition to a successful two-decade career in music, he also owns the Tiny Telephone recording studios in San Francisco and Oakland. He joined Christian Schaeffer last month to discuss his recent album, 'The Cedars,' as well as his libertarian philosophies on drugs, technology and buil…
 
Tune into this edition of Campfire At Home featuring stories by Courtney King as she provides her answer to the Season 8 question, "How are we shaped by things left unsaid?" -------- Campfire invites you to hear stories about life and how we live it. Our live events can best be described as TED without the data, The Moth but interactive, and Church…
 
Tune into this edition of Campfire At Home featuring stories by Emma Young as she provides her answer to the Season 8 question, "How are we shaped by things left unsaid?" -------- Campfire invites you to hear stories about life and how we live it. Our live events can best be described as TED without the data, The Moth but interactive, and Church bu…
 
Deborah Sharn talks with Maggie Ryan, Artistic Director for Insight Theatre Company about their season that includes “The Revolutionists” that opens June 28th and runs through July 14th and “Shakespeare in Love” that opens August 28th and runs through September 15th in St. Louis.
 
Parker Gispert is best known as the singer and guitarist for the Athens, Georgia band, The Whigs. Late last year, he released his first solo album, the raw, country-influenced Sunlight Tonight. He joined host, Christian Schaeffer, last month to discuss recording outside of Nashville, the freedom of touring solo and the transformative power of a sol…
 
Madisen Ward & the Mama Bear are often considered an Americana band but much of their work defies easy categorization. Last year, they sat down with guest host, KE Luther, to discuss how they arrived at their distinctive sound. This episode includes live performances of "Hell and Back," "Everybody's Got Problems," and "Mother Mary." Recorded at KDH…
 
Kiley Lotz is the creative force behind Petal, and her new record "Magic Gone" mixes autobiographical detail with emotional, pop-punk smarts. Lotz and her bandmates play the songs "Better Than You," Magic Gone" and "Stardust." Recorded at KDHX in St. Louis, Missouri on January 21, 2019. Music recorded by Andy Coco, mixed by Taylor Perkins.…
 
Deborah Sharn spoke with playwright Kenneth Jones who wrote ALABAMA STORY currently playing at The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis through January 27th in St. Louis. Deborah and Kenneth talked about the play, his writing process and his journey with ALABAMA STORY.
 
Deborah Sharn talks with actor, Michelle Hand about Shakespeare Festival Theatre’s production of “Into The Breaches” which is a part of their ‘In The Works’ Productions. “Into The Breaches” plays Oct. 28 through Nov. 18 at the Grandel Theatre. Other productions include “Ten Thousand Natural Shocks” and “A Most Outrageous Fit of Madness”.…
 
Deborah Sharn talks with Broadway, TV, film and cabaret star, Faith Prince about her career and her upcoming cabaret show, “Have a Little Faith” that plays October 26 & 27 at the Gaslight Theatre in St. Louis. Faith Prince is a part of the Gaslight Cabaret Festival In St. Louis produced by Jim Dolan.…
 
Chloe Feoranza, clarinetist for the Shake 'Em Up Jazz Band, Pokey LaFarge and other projects, is one of the great instrumentalists of her generation. She speaks with guest host, KE Luther, about playing in an all-female jazz combo, the challenges of touring and living with anxiety. The music for this episode was recorded live at KDHX's The Stage in…
 
Shades is the haunted and haunting debut record from Vera Sola, the nom-de-musique of Danielle Aykroyd. She performed every note and utterance on Shades, recording at St. Louis' Native Sound studio. On this episode Vera Sola performs the songs "Small Minds," "Black Rhino Enterprises," and "The Cage." Recorded at KDHX in St. Louis, Missouri on Septe…
 
Deborah Sharn talks with Maggie Ryan, Artistic Director for Insight Theatre Company about their upcoming show, “Silent Sky” that explores the life of astronomer, Henrietta Leavitt. “Silent Sky” runs from October 19 through November 4th at the Marcelle Theatre in St. Louis.
 
Deborah Sharn talks with William Roth, Artistic Director for St. Louis Actor’s Studio Theatre and actress Kari Ely, both involved in the Actor’s Studio production of “The Little Foxes” that runs from September 28th through October 14th at the Gaslight Theatre in St. Louis.
 
Collector's Edition digs into the vaults this week and uncovers a high-energy interview between KDHX host, Chris Sanley, and Shaun Fleming of the band, Diane Coffee. The exchange was originally recorded in January of this year, but it provides some much-needed color as we roll into fall. The band performs three songs: "Mayflower," "As You," and "Ge…
 
With a hauntingly beautiful voice, Shelley Short has provided harmonies for many well-known bands over her fifteen-year career. Currently on tour with Neko Case, she spoke to guest host, KE Luther, about feminism and what it means to play behind a musical legend. Short and her band played the songs "Death," "Muddy River," and "September." Recorded …
 
In this episode, Chris Sanley, host of KDHX's The Future is Now, interviews feminist icon, Ani DiFranco, about motherhood, her upcoming memoir and the rise of the #metoo movement. Ani performs live in The Stage at KDHX on Saturday, June 9, 2018 to a limited audience of KDHX donors. Sound was recorded and mixed by Joshua Melvin. This episode was pro…
 
After more than 10 years as a member of bands like Frontier Ruckus and Failed Flowers, Anna Burch made her solo debut with this year's Quit The Curse. The album channels smart, jangly indie-pop while cataloging the in and outs of romantic entanglements. Burch and her band play the songs "Quit the Curse," "2 Cool 2 Care" and "Asking 4 a Friend." Rec…
 
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