How Cuts to the National Endowment for the Arts Could Affect the Bay Area Arts

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David Kelly as Buzz Windrip in the world premiere of "It Can’t Happen Here" at Berkeley Rep . (Photo: Kevin Berne/Berkeley Repertory Theatre)

President Trump’s proposed $148 million budget cut to the National Endowment for the Arts has been sending nervous ripples through the arts community. We talk with local museums, theaters and other arts groups about how the Bay Area would be impacted by cuts to NEA funding.

Guests:

Neal Benezra, director, SFMOMA

Dana Zell , managing director, Children's Musical Theater, San Jose

Brad Erickson, executive director, Theatre Bay Area

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