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On the Air: Cy and A-lan's Do List Picks for March 9, 2018

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'Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.' cast members (from left) Cat Luedtke, Elissa Beth Stebbins, Leigh Rondon-Davis and Karla Acosta  (Courtesy of Crowded Fire)

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 10: Vermont folkie Henry Jamison’s tells eloquent love stories in song.

Feb. 16-April 7: Kenyatta A. C. Hinkle’s smokey portraits work to rescue the victims of sex trafficking. 

March 1-24: The women in Crowded Fire Theater’s production of Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. tear down the patriarchy

March 9-11: Theater with brackets in ‘Marsh Madness ‘at The Marsh Theater.


March 16-31: The Ubuntu Theater Project offers the West Coast premiere of Oakland native Marcus Gardley’s memory play Dance of the Holy Ghosts.

March 10 and 11The Stanford Symphony features the genre hopping music of Danny Elfman.

March 28: The luscious “tropical pop” of singer Hollie Cook.


March 16: The New Century Chamber Orchestra teams up with the Zurich Chamber Orchestra under Daniel Hope, music director for both ensembles. 

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 

Do List co-hosts A-lan Holt and Cy Musiker
Do List co-hosts A-lan Holt and Cy Musiker (Photo: Nastia Voynovskaya/KQED)

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