This week, the world breathed a collective sigh of relief after [all 12 boys and their coach were rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand](https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/10/world/asia/thailand-cave-rescue-live-updates.html). In the midst of celebration,…
In 2015 at age 38, Kate Shindle became the youngest person and only the third woman to be elected president of the Actors’ Equity Association, a labor union that represents actors and stage managers working in theaters across the country. Joshua talks with Shindle about her roles as union chief, champion of the arts and star of the Tony Award-winning musical “Fun Home,” which recently wrapped its national tour.
- Kate Shindle President of Actors' Equity Association; TV, film and Broadway actress; 1998 Miss America, representing Illinois; author of "Being Miss America: Behind the Rhinestone Curtain"
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