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Access through the Arts: Lunchtime Interview 1

September 21, 2018 @ 12:00 pm

Honoring human rights through the hearing and telling of stories of asylum seekers.

Jon Potter executive director of Latchis Arts and former arts editor of the Brattleboro reformer hosts this discussion between:

Steve Crofter, Community Asylum Seekers Project
Kalob Martinez, Sandglass Theater

Steve Crofter was raised in Troy, NY, and Washington, DC. , and attended an alternative school promoting the Quaker principles of peace, goodwill and social justice. He has worked at many trades – carpenter, bus driver, public school teacher – and founded and ran Crofter Moving and Storage in Brattleboro, VT. After living for three years in Mexico, he and his life partner Laurel Green moved to Rockingham, VT, where they now own and operate Singing River Farm. Steve’s interest in cross-cultural relations began as a child when his professor-father hosted international students for Sunday dinner.

Kalob Martinez is an alumnus of the UConn Puppet Arts program, and is the programming and Education Assistant at the Ballard Institute. He is originally from Texas and served as the Associate Artist of the Classical Theatre Company in Houston, for five season before moving to Connecticut. His stage credits include the Hartford Stage, Connecticut Repertory Theatre, Alley Theatre, and the Houston Grand Opera. He is also a seasoned voice actor for the English dubs of Anime titles include Starship Troopers Invasion, Halo Legends, No. 6, and Murdock Scramble. Currently he is a company member of Sandglass Theater and is in the touring company of their newest show, Babylon.

This discussion will be live-streamed on HowlRoundTV:




September 21, 2018
12:00 pm
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