Skip to main content
Spotify for Podcasters
Dear Dotbook

Dear Dotbook

By Mai-Linh Lillard

Explore the intersections of the marching arts and the lives outside of it with Mai-Linh Lillard as she interviews marching arts performers and educators about their identity in relation to marching pageantry.
Available on
Google Podcasts Logo
Overcast Logo
Pocket Casts Logo
RadioPublic Logo
Spotify Logo
Currently playing episode

Science, Ethnicity, Gender, and Band

Dear DotbookSep 15, 2020

Sikhism and the Marching Arts

Sikhism and the Marching Arts

A discussion with Shawn Nagpal about his identity as an Indian-American man who practices Sikhism, and the intersections of his faith, his culture, and his marching arts career.

Dec 26, 202059:44
Science, Ethnicity, Gender, and Band

Science, Ethnicity, Gender, and Band

A discussion with Monica Vidaurri about her identity and experiences as a Mexican-American woman in the marching arts, and the intersections of her life as a performer, educator, and scientist with NASA.
Sep 15, 202042:18
Black Men in Drum Corps

Black Men in Drum Corps

A discussion with Zach Rogers, Mykal McGrew, and Isaac Merriweather about their experiences being black men while marching drum corps.
Aug 21, 202001:19:33
Black Women in the Marching Arts
Jul 25, 202001:06:31
Queer and Christian in Color Guard
Jul 08, 202001:01:16
Dear Dotbook: Trailer

Dear Dotbook: Trailer

Welcome to Dear Dotbook, a podcast where Mai-Linh Lillard interviews marching arts members and educators about the unique parts of their lives and how they relate to their experiences in the world of marching pageantry. Make sure to follow this podcast to be notified when new episodes are released!
Jul 05, 202003:43