Listen to the interview (13.6 MB)
Helene Tieger, '85
Anthony Rivera discusses the pains of being a novice of theatrical education; yoga and movement; his youth and upbringing in Brooklyn; opportunities through HEOP; making friends in the strange new world of college; the perks of a personal bathroom in Robbins; cap gun skirmishes in Tewksbury; working through anxieties and emotions in theater; graduation, 10 years on; his career as a youth development specialist in New York City; kinship and hope for further at-risk youth; his autobiographical play and the complexities of manhood; AIDS activism; never stopping, never quitting.
Judy Pfaff, Jeff Sichel, Joanne Akalaitis, Jean Churchill, HEOP, L&T, The Ravines, Tewksbury Hall, Cruger Village, Robbins House
BardCorps trailer, main campus.
Rivera, Anthony, "Anthony Rivera, '01 (BardCorps)" (2011). Oral Histories. 5.
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