Moonstone Connections – Podcast
Producing Artistic Director, Sharon Hunter, interviews local and national Arts leaders in this new podcast.
Tom Ridgely has led the St. Louis Shakespeare Festival since 2018. A Drama Desk-nominated director, he has developed or presented work at the Public Theater, The Old Globe, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare Society, Red Bull and more. He’s worked with Tony nominees Sting, Sherie Rene Scott, Laura Osnes…
Our guest on Episode 2 is Judith Cullen, Executive Director of the Fox Performing Arts Charitable Foundation. Originally from St. Charles, MO, she began her career as a dancer and performed at Powell Hall, the MUNY, Keil Opera House, JCA, Edison Theatre, STL Civic Ballet, St. Charles Civic Ballet, and on Corky the Clown’s Show before she was 10.
Host Sharon Hunter interviews Eddie Coffield about his experiences in theatre and St. Louis!
Producing Artistic Director
Sharon Hunter has worked as a professional actor, singer, director, and producer for several years. Originally from St. Louis, Sharon has performed in plays and musicals regionally and in New York City. She spent 10 years working off-Broadway, while acting in and directing many shows. Sharon sings a wide variety of musical genres at different venues in St. Louis. She originally performed her one-woman cabaret show in NYC at the Metropolitan Room, Don’t Tell Mama and the Triad and in St. Louis at The Monocle. Sharon released her debut CD, Play Me, in 2014. Sharon is now the artistic director and producer of Moonstone Theatre Company. The debut production, The House of Blue Leaves by John Guare, will open at the Wool Theatre at the JCC on July 16th, 2020.