Its creators call Baloney “San Francisco’s First Gay All-Male Revue,” but this weekend in SF, women join the cast. Choreographer Rory Davis and writer and director Michael Phillis play clips and tell the tale of this humorous, sexy, thought-provoking show on this week’s Out in the Bay. Baloney plays this Thursday – Saturday at Oasis in San Francisco. You’ll also hear a clip from Phillis’ short film “Mini Supreme” about a 32-year-old man who enters a beauty pageant for little girls, and about the glue that holds these artists together and how they keep their creative dreams alive in the challenging city San Francisco has become. Broadcast 7pm PDT Thursday 7/9 on KALW.org + 91.7fm SF. LISTEN after broadcast:
(photo by Gareth Gooch)
Evictions, Google buses, NSA spying and “climate change” pissing you off? Eric Jansen’s guest this week is Krissy Keefer, artistic director of San Francisco’s all-women performance troupe Dance Brigade. The company’s current production, Hemorrhage: An Ablution of Hope & Despair, uses the Mission District and its eviction epidemic as a backdrop to explore local, regional and world crises – global warming, war, genocide, attacks on women and on San Francisco’s cultural core. Hemorrhage: An Ablution of Hope & Despair, plays at Dance Mission Theater through February 15 (extended beyond original run!). Info at www.DanceBrigade.org. Interview airs 7pm Thursday Jan. 30 on 91.7 FM + kalw.org.
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