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Inside Stories

"Inside Stories" is a series of conversations on the many forms of storytelling, from film to theater to history museums to walking tours and beyond.

Sep 27, 2009

Steve Luckert, a curator at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC, talks about the museum's permanent exhibition, and about an exhibit he curated called "State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda." More info at

Sep 20, 2009

Stefan Kaegi of the Berlin-based theatre group Rimini Protokoll talks about their interactive theater -- including "Call Cutta in a Box," which is played out one-on-one over the telephone. More info at

Sep 13, 2009

Maya Lilly talks about her one-woman show "Mixed" -- the multiracial people she interviewed, how she develops their characters to be performed, and role-playing in real life. More info at

Sep 6, 2009

Jeff Gomez of Starlight Runner Entertainment talks about producing "transmedia" franchises, or stories that cross from the web to video games to books and other media platforms. The new television show "Flash Forward" is cited as an example of how transmedia storytelling can work. More info at