A Personal Tragedy Illuminated by 'Ghost Light'
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A new play opens next week about the aftermath of the assasination of San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk. "Ghost Light" is now in previews at Berkeley Repertory Theatre. Moscone's son Jonathan directs the play, and he collaborated on the script partly in an effort to remind people of his father's progressive legacy.
We talk with Corey Busch, who also wants people to remember that legacy. He worked for George Moscone as an administrative and press aide during Moscone's tenure as majority leader in the State Senate and as Mayor.