10 Years of Story Collider
Lydia Caesar is a singer/songwriter from Queens NY, now living in St.Louis, MO. She has recorded two albums, her debut “Caesar” and “Queen of Hearts.” Lydia’s voice has been featured on national commercials and has performed her music on major networks such as BET, Fox and The CW. She once performed on the same stage as the legendary Stevie Wonder. Lydia currently runs her own independent record label Sauce Records alongside her husband Wayne. Lydia made her storytelling debut back in Sept. 2019 as a Moth Mainstage storyteller.
Anna Bushlack is an actor, writer, and story coach. She created her solo show, Slow Children Playing, and toured it to theater festivals in Chicago, Cincinnati (Producer’s Pick of the Fringe Award), New York City and Los Angeles.
Lydia Caesar is a singer/songwriter from Queens NY, now living in St.Louis, MO. She has recorded two albums, her debut “Caesar” and “Queen of Hearts.”
Rachel Bartels grew up exploring Missouri’s creeks, rivers, and the wild spaces in between. She spent a decade advocating for clean water in San Diego.
Sydney Reitz is a third year neuroscience student at Washington University School of Medicine, where she studies changes in neuronal connectivity in injury and disease.
Larry Gilbertson is a molecular biologist at Bayer Crop Science in St Louis. Larry fell in love with biology when he was stationed on Guam while in the navy. It was the first time he put on a snorkel mask and stuck his face in the ocean.