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I know WHO I’m going to interview. I just haven’t spent much time thinking about HOW to interview. Interviewing is something I’ve never done. It looks like having a conversation but really it’s not.
So I know my story: The Duchess is in danger of being torn down. My research is going better than last week. I’m on track to submit to the Doc Studio Contest. which closes in about four weeks.
Ok, so now I know what my story is about. The Duchess Vaudeville Theatre is about to be torn down. Still questions are swirling around me. Like. how do I go about telling the story of the building’s past? My existing visuals are pretty much stuck to the exterior of an old building as it stands today.