San Francisco Mime Troupe Presents 'Walls'Actor, director Michael Sullivan talks to Bay Sunday about San Francisco Mime Troupe's newest play, 'Walls,' performing free in Bay Area parks through September 10.
World Premiere Of 'The Four Immigrants: An American Musical Manga'Playwright Min Kahng talks to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about his comic musical based on a turn-of-the-century graphic novel about 4 Japanese musicians in SF. It's called 'The Four Immigrants: An American Musical Manga.'
'An Octoroon' Opens At Berkeley Repertory TheatreDirector Eric Ting talks to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about 'An Octoroon' a powerful new play at Berkeley Rep.
Toxic Avenger -- A Toxic Love Story With An Environmental TwistCourtney Hatcher and Will Springhorn talk to Michelle Griego about 'Toxic Avenger' a play about a toxic love story with an environmental twist coming to San Jose Stage.
Roman Holiday Comes To SF Before Heading To BroadwayActress Sara Chase talks to Michelle Griego about Roman Holiday, a stage version of the 1953 classic romantic comedy, playing in San Francisco before heading to Broadway.
Mountain Play Brings Outdoor Theatre To Mount TamalpaisMountain Play Executive Director Sara Pearson and actor Jeff Wiesen talk to Bay Sunday about their new play 'Beauty and the Beast' and the 'Magic Mountain Play Music Festival.'
Mountain Play Presents Beauty & The Best, Hair On Mount TamalpaisSara Pearson and Jeff Wiesen talk to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about a century-old tradition on Mount Tam. Mountain Play outdoor theatre in Marin presents Beauty and the Beast and the Magic Mountain Play Music Festival featuring Jefferson Starship and the production of Hair.
Brian Copeland's 'Not A Genuine Black Man'Actor, Comedian, TV and radio host Brian Copeland talks to Bay Sunday's Kenny Choi about his acclaimed solo show, "Not A Genuine Black Man," playing at Hammer Theatre Center on June 10, 2017 at 8 p.m.
SF International Arts Festival Celebrates Value Of OthernessSan Francisco International Arts Festival's Executive Director Andrew Wood talks to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about the artists and impact of this year's event.
Playwright Brian Copeland, Executive Dir. Andrew Wood Talk About SF Int'l. Arts FestivalPlaywright Brian Copeland, creator of Not A Genuine Black Man and Andrew Wood, executive director of the San Francisco International Arts Festival talk to BR about the intersection of art and politics during the Trump administration.
Marin Dancers Commit To Their Craft But Won't Quit Their Day JobsPeople from all walks of life gathered in Mill Valley Sunday morning to dance. They're serious about their art but their passion has a limit. See them live. Info: www.stagedor.com/SHOWS.html
CA State Inmates Take On ShakespearePrison inmates doing time are doing Shakespeare. Maria Medina reports on how the Bard is transforming prisoners into thespians.
Charlotte Hemming Talks About 'My Name Is Rachel Corrie'Charlotte Hemming, star of 'My Name is Rachel Corrie' talks to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about the play, her role, and the woman she portrays. The San Francisco production of 'My Name is Rachel Corrie runs through May 14 at the Magic Theatre.
Hamilton Inspires Thousands Of High School StudentsThe Broadway hit musical Hamilton has taken America by storm. Black Renaissance producer Jan Mabry was at SF's Orpheum Theatre where she talked to cast members and some lucky students who got free tickets to see the hottest show in town.
Into The Woods Comes To SF's Golden Gate TheatreInto The Woods cast members Bonne Kramer and Patrick Mulryan talk to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi about this play that explores what happens after the "happily ever after." 'Into the Woods' is at SF's Golden Gate Theatre through April 2.
'Roe' Premieres At Berkeley Rep'Roe' by playwright Lisa Loomer and directed by Bill Rauch premieres at Berkeley Rep. The play's stars Sarah Jane Agnew and Sara Bruner talk to Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi.
Broadway Hit Musical 'Rent' Celebrates 25th AnniversaryThe Broadway hit musical 'Rent' is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a special tour. Host Kenny Choi welcomes actors Aaron Harrington (Tom Collins) and David Merino (Angel) to talk about this groundbreaking show.
Gregory Dawson, Artistic Director Of DawsonDanceSF Premieres Les VeritesArtistic director, choreographer Gregory Dawson talks to Kenny Choi about his latest work, Les Verites, premiering at SF's Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
SF Movement Arts Festival Turns Beautiful Cathedrals Into StagesThe San Francisco Movement Arts Festival will turn Grace Cathedral and Cathedral St. Mary of Assumption into stages. Some 120 dancers will perform January 13 and 20, 2017.
Remembering Florence Henderson, Star of Stage, Screen And Nation's TV MomFlorence Henderson went from Broadway star to become one of America's most beloved television moms in "The Brady Bunch." Dana Jacobson reports. (11-25-16)
Bay Sunday - Brittany Bellizeare Of The Last Tiger In HaitiBay Sunday host Kenny Choi talks with Brittany Bellizeare who plays Rose in 'Last Tiger in Haiti,' a powerful new drama at Berkeley Rep.
K.O. Movie Review: "The Hateful Eight"The K.O. Movie team of Hooman Khalili & Marcus Osborne review Quentin Tarantino's newest film, "The Hateful Eight." (01/07/2016)
James Franco Teaching At Palo Alto HighJames Franco is going to teach a film class at his high school alma mater in Palo Alto. (09/08/2015)
K.O. Movie Review: "Learning to Drive"The K.O. Movie team of Hooman Khalili & Marcus Osborne review "Learning to Drive" with Ben Kingsley and Patricia Clarkson. (08/20/2015)