Cut & Paste: A former drama kid pays tribute to his hunter-father with theater and taxidermy
Who among us hasn’t grappled with building a relationship with our parents?
Matthew Kerns, director of the St. Lou Fringe festival of performing arts, struggled to bond with a father who was very different from him. Kerns was a gay theater kid; his dad was a stereotypically “manly” man who drove a truck and hunted deer.
In our latest Cut & Paste podcast, we talk with Kerns about how theater helped him better understand his dad and forge a better relationship with him. (You can view a family photo in the slideshow, above.)
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