S.F. Choreographer Robert Moses Connects Foster Youth and the Arts

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at 10:00 AM
Robert Moses' Kin's "Bootstrap Tales" premieres at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on February 23. (Photo: Steve Disenhof)

San Francisco choreographer Robert Moses' latest work, "Bootstrap Tales," is inspired by his company's new outreach initiative for foster youth. The initiative, called The Bootstrap Program, seeks to expose foster youth to "the process of creating a life in the arts." Moses joins us in the studio for a conversation about the initiative and the new work, which features the music of local street musicians. We'll also check in with Renee Espinoza of San Francisco CASA, one of the groups participating in The Bootstrap Program.

Guests:

Robert Moses, choreographer, founder and artistic director, Robert Moses' Kin

Renée Espinoza, executive director, San Francisco CASA

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