My co-host this week is A-lan Holt, a playwright and co-director for the Center for Diversity in the Arts at Stanford. To no one's surprise, we talked about the plays we're most excited about at Bay Area theaters. But there's lots of music on the show too, including a new violin concerto by film score master Danny Elfman and tropical rocker Hollie Cook. Check it out.
March 15: Brava in the Mission continues its salon series with a discussion by choreographer Amara Tabor Smith, director Ellen Sebastian Chang, multi-media artist Alexa C. Burell (aka LEXAGON), and somatic scholar Amber McZeal
Funding for KQED Arts is provided by The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
Support is also provided by Yogen and Peggy Dalal, Diane B. Wilsey, the Kenneth Rainin Foundation, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Helen Sarah Steyer, the William and Gretchen Kimball Fund, and the members of KQED