Lindo, Klezmer, and Kaleid
Go backstage with actor Delroy Lindo as he makes his directorial debut with Berkeley Rep's "The Blue Door."
Then, have a listen to what's going on in the Bay Area klezmer music scene and see how it was revived.
And, visit San Jose's newest gallery, Kaleid, and learn about the current state of the burgeoning art scene there.
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Stop by KlezCalifornia to find out how klezmer music is relevant to new generations.
See how Kaleid is revitalizing San Jose's downtown area and supporting artists in that area.
Find out why Delroy Lindo went from acting in Hollywood films to directing theater in the Bay Area.
Also on KQED.org this week ...
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"Boomtown" History of the San Francisco Bay Area
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