Our mission is to keep memories alive by preserving and sharing true stories through artistic expression. We interview local wisdom-keepers about their lives, then share the stories through staged performances, using art forms such as theater, music, songwriting, dance, poetry, and visual art. By doing this, we seek to preserve and share the stories, honor the people who lived them, and help all of us remember who we are. We seek to understand the human experience and to connect people and generations by helping them appreciate their lives and the lives around them. In this way, the stories and people will live on forever.


Eugene Hilke, a WWII Veteran who was stationed in New Guinea, tells us his stories for the Live Forever Project.
Marie K, 96 of Sheboygan, tells us her stories for the Live Forever Project.

"I can tell you really listened."