S.2_E.3 - “The Road That Is Made By Walking: Creating A Space” (Feat. Mark Larson)

In this episode, Mark Larson, author of "Ensemble: An Oral History of Chicago Theatre" sat down with host Ean Miles Kessler. Mark shared some of what he learned while writing his book, his thoughts on what makes the Chicago theater scene so vibrant, and where our community might be headed.

In this episode, Mark Larson, author of Ensemble: An Oral History of Chicago Theatre sat down with Network Director Ean Miles Kessler.  Mark shared some of the insights he learned while writing his book, what makes the Chicago theater scene so vibrant, and where our community might be headed. He also discussed the legacy of Russ Tutterow, and the importance of creating spaces where artists are free to take risks and make fresh discoveries.

Mark Larson is the author of Ensemble: An Oral History of Chicago Theater, for which he conducted over 300 interviews with Chicago theater artists. He is a retired educator with over 30 years of teaching experience, including at Evanston Township High School and in education programs at the Field Museum, Lincoln Park Zoo, and National Louis University. He holds a doctorate in educational leadership and wrote two books in the field of education, Making Conversation and, with B.J. Wagner, Situations.

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