Mike Isaacson: Executive Director of The Muny stopped by to tell Nancy about The Muny's reaction to the Covid 19 crisis and the Muny Magic series that they held over the summer, as well as the upcoming season in the Summer of 2021.
Cara Starke: Executive Director of the Pulitzer Arts Foundation stops by to discuss the happenings at the PAF, and about their covid era policies.
Gina Grafos: Director of Visual Infrastructure for the Kranzberg Arts Foundation, stopped by to talk with Nancy about the current and upcoming exhibitions at KAF.
Chris Piemann: Marketing Director for The Sheldon stops by to talk with Nancy about the goings on at the galleries and performance spaces at The Sheldon.
Scott Miller: Artistic Director of New Line Theater stops by to talk with Nancy about the theater and his writings, as well as the world wide pandemic, and the theater community's reaction to it.
Nezka Pfeifer: Museum Curator of the Missouri Botanical Garden stops by to talk with Nancy about the future exhibitions at the Sachs Museum on the grounds of the Missouri Botanical Garden, as well as the light display "Garden Glow."
Cynthia Prost: President of The Arts and Education Council of St. Louis stops by to talk to Nancy about the good work of the council, and the St. Louis Arts Awards, happening May 25, 2021.
Peter Polermo: Executive Director of the Sheldon stopped by to talk with Nancy about the happenings at the Sheldon and their response to the world wide pandemic.
Shannon Bailey: Chief Curator of the World Chess Hall of Fame stopped by to talk with Nancy about the goings on at the Hall of Fame.
Martin Linson: Cultural Arts Coordinator for the City of O'Fallon Missouri, stopped by to talk with Nancy about the new sculpture program The Shape of the Community.
Chris Hansen: Executive Director of the Kranzberg Arts Foundation stops by to talk with Nancy about the happenings at the KAF, as well as the response to the worldwide pandemic.
Tim Schall: Executive Director of The Cabaret Project St. Louis stops by to talk with Nancy about the goings on in cabaret in St. Louis and the Virtual Gala Coming up on October 24th.
Katie Moon: Exhibits Manager for the Missouri History Museum stops by to talk with Nancy about the museum's exhibits, including "Beyond the Ballot: ST. LOUIS AND SUFFRAGE." They also discuss the museum's adaptation to the world-wide pandemic.
Jessica Baran: Director of Curatorial and Programming Development for Barrett Barrera Projects stopped by to talk with Nancy about the exhibitions now happening and soon to come at Barrett Barrera Projects' various spaces.
Kelly Peck: Vice President, Barrett Barrara Projects stops by to talk with Nancy about reopening during the pandemic and about the various exhibitions.
Diana Hansen: Director of Galleries for the Kranzberg Arts Center stopped by to talk with Nancy about exhibitions at the various Kranzberg spaces.
Lisa Melandri: Executive Director of the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis joins Nancy for a discussion of the happenings at the museum and its response to the world-wide pandemic.
Carrie Houk: Executive Artistic Director of the Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis stops by to talk with Nancy about the innovative ways the festival is dealing with the pandemic through radio broadcasts of one act plays
Gina Grafos: Director of Visual Infrastructure at the Kranzberg Arts Foundation stopped in to talk with Nancy about the happenings at KAF, and also, about the visual arts in a time of pandemic.
Gene Dobbs Bradford: President and CEO of Jazz St. Louis stopped by to talk with Nancy about the happenings at Jazz St. Louis, and the strategies for dealing with live performance in the age of the pandemic.
Emeara Burns: Program Director of Story Stitchers, stops by to talk with Nancy about the work of Story Stitchers.
Adam Manass, Independent Musician and Creative Director of Open Studio, stops by to speak with Nancy about the Jazz video courses on Open Studio's website https://www.openstudiojazz.com/
Marsha Williams: Founder and Artistic Director of Gifted Productions stops by to speak with Nancy about her community minded theater group.
Lyah LeFlore Ituen: Co-Founder of the Shirley Bradley LeFlore Foundation stops by to talk with Nancy about the good works of her family and of the foundation.