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Conversations with Kay Lyric Theatre Spring production of Matilda

Kay interviews Ian Ferris, Theatre Director, and Nate Venet, Musical Director, of Lyric Theatre's Spring production of Matilda. They talk about how Matilda is a heroine for our time . . .

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Title Episode Number Original Airdate
Steve MacQueen - Flynn Center: Conversations with Kay #291
Steve MacQueen—Flynn Center

Kay interviews Steve MacQueen, Artistic Director at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts. They discuss the Flynn's upcoming season, which includes Broadway shows, dance, comedy, jazz,  groups from around the world, Art Garfunkel, animated movies, and an ice show at the Leddy Rink.  

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291 Monday, October 10, 2016
Girls Nite Out Co-founders Jennifer Warwick and Janet Stambolian: Conversations with Kay #296
Girls Nite Out Co-founders Jennifer Warwick and Janet Stambolian

Kay talks with Janet Stambolian and Jennifer Warwick, co-founders of Girl's Nite Out and the producers of their fall show, Smokey Joe's Café. They discuss why Girl's Nite Out was founded and its special mission in our arts community. Janet and Jen describe Smokey Joe's Café and...Watch now »

296 Monday, October 3, 2016
Vermont Stage Company: Conversations with Kay #295
Vermont Stage Company

Kay talks with Cristina Alicea, director of Vermont Stage Company. They discuss Vermont Stage's upcoming season, which includes four humorous plays dealing with "beginnings", the Annual Winter Tales show, and the season ending Bake Off production. 

Cristina's goal is to...Watch now »

295 Monday, September 26, 2016
Martha Maksym, United Way of Northwest Vermont: Conversations with Kay #292
Martha Maksym, United Way of Northwest Vermont

Kay talks with Martha Maksym, Executive Director, new United Way of NW Vermont, and Brigette White, Chair of the 2017 Campaign. 

They discuss why the Chittenden, Grand Isle, and Franklin County United Ways have been merged and how this merger will create stronger coordinated services for...Watch now »

292 Monday, September 19, 2016
Kate Webb, Vermont Representative from Shelburne: Conversations with Kay #294
Kate Webb, Vermont Representative from Shelburne

Kay talks with Kate Webb who represents Shelburne in the Vermont House of Representatives. She tells why she is running for reelection.

They discuss state funding issues, laws governing GMO-labeled foods, Vermont's drug crisis, long-term care for the state's aging population, Act 250, and...Watch now »

294 Monday, September 12, 2016
Natalie Neuert, UVM Lane Series: Conversations with Kay #290
Natalie Neuert, UVM Lane Series

Kay talks with Natalie Neuert, Director of the University of Vermont's Lane Series. The Lane Series has presented artistic performances for over 60 years.

They discuss the upcoming season and why it is so important that music that reflects people's cultures has moved around the world with...Watch now »

290 Monday, September 5, 2016
VNA of Chittenden and Grand Isle Counties's New Respite House: Conversations with Kay #289
VNA of Chittenden and Grand Isle Counties's New Respite House

Kay talks with Judy Peterson, president and CEO, VNA of Chittenden and Grand Isle Counties, and Molly Dillon, Committee Member of the campaign to raise funding for the new McClure Miller Respite House. 

They discuss why the new Respite House is needed to provide hospice care for people at...Watch now »

289 Monday, August 29, 2016
Diane Snelling—Natural Resources Board

Kay's guest was Diane Snelling, the new chair of the Natural Resources Board, which oversees Vermont's land use law, Act 250. 

They talked about the role of the Board in protecting Vermont's beauty, clean water, and land as growth continues in the state and its cities. 

Diane...Watch now »

288 Monday, August 15, 2016
Alison Calderara—Community Health Centers of Burlington

Kay talks with Alison Calderara, Community Relations and Development Director, Community Health Centers of Burlington, Vermont.  

They discuss the services offered at all Center sites, including the new site at South Hero, and why primary care is so important for good health.

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287 Monday, July 18, 2016
Lake Champlain Committee

Kay interviews Lori Fisher, executive director of the Lake Champlain Committee. They discuss issues which affect the health of the lake, including the threat of oil tanker spills, micro beads, invasive species, and agricultural runoff which can lead to blue algae in the lake. Lori also talked...Watch now »

286 Monday, June 20, 2016
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