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This interview features Rick and Diane Malone. The Malones talk about their time together at Texas Tech in the theater department. They discuss the trajectory of their careers and reflect on the people they met over the course of their lifetime in the theater business.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Rick and Diane Malone

Additional Parties Recorded:

Date: December 02, 2015

Location: San Antonio, Texas

Interviewer: Andy Wilkinson

Length: 02:37:30 (2 hours 37 minutes)


Plantation houses; Diane’s background; Developing interest in theater; Rick’s background; Lawton, Oklahoma; Diane at Texas Tech; Rick is commissioned; Texas Tech theater department, Schulz; Directing, connections in the theater department; Diane’s masters at Arizona State; Rick returns to Texas Tech for master’s; Connections in the theater department at Texas Tech; Collaboration; Barry Corbin; Theater department as an accepting space; Preparing academic versus professional theater students; Challenges of getting professionals to Lubbock

Access Information

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Transcript: Transcript available in reading room

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