West Coast Live: January 18th
Taped 10am-noon at The Marsh at 2120 Allston Way in downtown Berkeley, Case Conover & Mike Greensill welcome:
ARMISTEAD MAUPIN author of the beloved Tales of The City series that has delighted readers for four decades and brought gay life into the mainstream with his ninth and final volume The Days of Anna Madrigal.
ISHMAEL BEAH, former Sierra Leonean child soldier and author of the best-selling memoir A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier, here with his first novel, Radiance of Tomorrow, in which he imagines a shattered community struggling to rebuild itself after war.
SAM WASSON, sheds light on the complex life of the iconic American entertainer Fosse, the only person ever to win Oscar, Emmy, and Tony awards in the same year. Bob Fosse revolutionized nearly every facet of American entertainment, yet no accomplishment ever seemed to satisfy him.
MARGA GOMEZ brings us a taste of her new solo play LOVEBIRDS, in which she portrays a crew of incurable romantics as they chase their hearts' desires into the night, through decades, and to insane lengths.
FRONT COUNTRY, winners of the prestigious RockyGrass band competition, this new Bay Area bluegrass powerhouse is releasing their first EP This is Front Country at the Great American Music Hall February 7th.
The Marsh Theater Arts Center Berkeley (View)
2120 Allston Way
Berkeley, CA 94710
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