sf playhouse http://kalw.org en Chetty's Lullaby ~ Silent Sky ~ Jerusalem ~ Mostly British Film http://kalw.org/post/chettys-lullaby-silent-sky-jerusalem-mostly-british-film <div><p>This week on Open Air, actor and trumpet player Philip Watt discusses “<a href="http://www.chettyslullaby.com/">Chetty’s</a><a href="http://www.chettyslullaby.com/"> Lullaby</a>” at Stagewerx, about the tragic downfall of legendary&nbsp; jazz musician Chet Baker; San Francisco playwright <a href="http://laurengunderson.com/">Lauren Gunderson </a>shares details about her new stage play "<a href="http://www.theatreworks.org/shows/1314-season/silentsky">Silent Sky</a>", which is currently in production at TheatreWorks and tells the story of Henrietta Leavitt, an early 20th century female scientist who made startling discoveries in the 'man’s world' of astronomy;&nbsp; and director Bill English talks about the first West Coast production of “<a href="http://sfplayhouse.org/sfph/jerusalem/">Jerusalem</a>” at San Francisco Playhouse, Jez Butterworth’s epic Tony and Olivier award-winning play.&nbsp;Regular contributor Peter Robinson talks about the <a href="http://sfpl.org/">San Francisco Public Library </a>and gives some of his picks for the <a href="http://mostlybritish.org/">Mostly British Film Festival</a>.&nbsp; <strong>Open Air with David Latulippe, originally broadcast on January 16, 2014 at 1pm. Listen now or anytime. Thu, 16 Jan 2014 00:16:53 +0000 David Latulippe 38441 at http://kalw.org Chetty's Lullaby ~ Silent Sky ~ Jerusalem ~ Mostly British Film Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo ~ New Century Chamber Orchestra ~ Home Tours ~ ShocktoberFest http://kalw.org/post/bengal-tiger-baghdad-zoo-new-century-chamber-orchestra-home-tours-shocktoberfest <div><p>This week, host David Latulippe talks with Bay Area actors Craig Marker and Gabe Marin talk about their roles in the SF Playhouse production of <a href="http://www.sfplayhouse.org/season1314/bengal_tiger.php"><em>Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo</em></a>; composer <a href="http://www.michaeldaugherty.net/">Michael Daugherty </a>talks about his residency with the <a href="http://ncco.org/">New Century Chamber Orchestra</a>; actor/director Russell Blackwood shares details about <a href="http://thrillpeddlers.com/"><em>Shocktoberfest</em><em> 14 </em></a>at the Hypnodrome, which will commemorate the 125th Anniversary of the Jack The Ripper Murders; and we wrap up the <a href="http://www.archandcity.org/">Architecture and the City festival </a>which closes this weekend with Home Tours.&nbsp; <strong>Open Air, originally broadcast on Thursday September 26 at 1pm</strong>. Listen now or anytime. Wed, 25 Sep 2013 00:34:16 +0000 David Latulippe 33534 at http://kalw.org Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo ~ New Century Chamber Orchestra ~ Home Tours ~ ShocktoberFest Local Theatre & Music Previews ~ Live Guitar! ~ http://kalw.org/post/local-theatre-music-previews-live-guitar <div><p>This week on Open Air, conversations with playwright George Brant, whose new work “Grounded” is being staged at SF Playhouse - we’ll also have actress Lauren English on hand; conductor Robert Geary shares thoughts on his upcoming concerts with the SF Choral Society of Haydn’s “The Seasons”; Word for Word co-founders Susan Harloe and JoAnne Winter discuss their production of ‘In Friendship: Stories by Zona Gale’; and guitarist Julio Reyes offers a live preview of his upcoming concert at Old First Church (perhaps with a spontaneous collaboration with host/flutist David Latulippe).&nbsp; Mon, 12 Aug 2013 22:17:00 +0000 David Latulippe 31170 at http://kalw.org Local Theatre & Music Previews ~ Live Guitar! ~ Camelot ~ Playwrights Festival ~ Organist Cameron Carpenter http://kalw.org/post/camelot-playwrights-festival-organist-cameron-carpenter <p> Tue, 23 Jul 2013 21:08:03 +0000 David Latulippe 30551 at http://kalw.org Camelot ~ Playwrights Festival ~ Organist Cameron Carpenter Of Fado, Experimental Theatre, & Witches http://kalw.org/post/fado-experimental-theatre-witches <DIV> <P>This week on <EM>Open Air</EM>, KALW’s weekly magazine of Most Things (Culturally) Considered, host David Latulippe talks with Lauren English, starring in “Bell, Book &amp; Candle” at the SF Playhouse, with Cutting Ball Theatre’s Ben Fisher, and with Bay Area Fado Singer Ramana Vieira who will appearing next week at La Peña Cultural Center in Berkeley.&nbsp; And for 2013, a new feature:&nbsp; on every 1<SUP>st</SUP> Thursday of the month, San Francisco Chronicle music critic Joshua Kosman will offer his cultural picks for the month ahead.&nbsp;&nbsp; <STRONG>Original Broadcast</STRON Thu, 03 Jan 2013 18:00:55 +0000 David Latulippe 21283 at http://kalw.org Of Fado, Experimental Theatre, & Witches