Vicki Quade: Late Nite Catechism, Bob Collins, theater, writing, and more

Vicki Quade is best known for her popular show, Late Nite Catechism, and she talks about how she came up with the idea for that show; her journalism career, which included the News-Tribune newspaper in La Salle and the Waukegan News-Sun; her books Close Encounters of a Chicago Kind and I Remember Bob Collins; the decline of newspapers and how the Internet affected journalism and theater; why talking to people is important; why one-woman shows were more popular in the 90s; advice for pursuing your dream; her business and what is success, how nuns helped, and more. This is from a livestream that we did; watch the full interview here.

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