Marilyn Pittman

Out In The Bay: Counter-Culture Diva

May 28, 2014

Dedicated to capturing the oral history of queer San Francisco, Out In The Bay host Marilyn Pittman  interviews one of the legendary figures of the 60's, 70's, and 80's: former Cockettes member, Dolores Deluce. Her memoir, "My Life, A Four-Letter Word: Confessions of a Counter-Culture Diva," made Amazon's Top 20 and is an intimate, honest look back at life in the city during its radical heyday. Friends with Divine, Sylvester; lover to many gay men, witness to the devastation of AIDS, Dolores is a survivor with stories to tell. Thursday, May 29, 2014 

  at 7pm Pacific. 

Harvey Milk Celebrated

May 20, 2014

Thursday, May 22nd is the debut of the Harvey Milk postage stamp.  "Out In The Bay's" Marilyn Pittman talks with James Black and Charles Morris, the authors of  "An Archive of Hope,"  a collection of Harvey Milk's speeches, columns, and campaign materials. Hear about Harvey's passion for government by the people and his campaign motto: "You gotta give 'em hope." Thursday, May 22nd, at 7pm right after "Fresh Air.  (originally aired October 13, 2013)

Julia Jackson: Children Are Forever

Feb 13, 2014

  

Did you know black babies are half the cost as white babies and you don't have to wait as long? Marilyn Pittman talks with comic Julia Jackson about her new solo show, "Children Are Forever (All Sales Are Final)," a look at a biracial lesbian couple who adopt a black baby. Hilarious, poignant. Thursday, 7pm Pacific, February 13, 2014. 

Marga Gomez' "Lovebirds"

Jan 14, 2014

One of the first 'out' comics, award-winning solo performer Marga Gomez talks with Marilyn Pittman about her 10th solo show, "Lovebirds," running January 23rd-March 15th at The Marsh in San Francisco's Mission District. A G.L.A.A.D. award-winner, Marga has been seen on Logo, HBO, Showtime, and PBS. They'll talk about the early days of comedy and the new show full of wacky lovers chasing love.  7pm Pacific, Thursday, January 16th, 2014

New Year's Comedy By The Bay and Hilarity in Utah!

Dec 26, 2013

The last show of 2013 has host Marilyn Pittman talking about New Year's Eve shows with local out comics. Live in the studio: comedian Casey Ley (pictured), plus comics Karinda Dobbins, and Marga Gomez by phone.  Plus a special call-in from Salt Lake City's leading gay rights activist, Troy Williams, on the gay marriage rulings of the last week. History, hilarity and more from the 'gay Terry Gross!'

Out In The Bay Kicks Off Holidays with Jason Brock

Nov 19, 2013

You may have seen him on TV in "X Factor," the singing competition. Or you may have seen him around San Francisco singing his heart out. Called by producer LA Reid (Pink), "a songwriter's best friend," Jason starts our holiday season at Martuni's in the city singing Carole King's seminal 1971 album, "Tapestry," Saturday and Sunday at 7pm, Nov. 23 & 24. Marilyn Pittman interviews him live at 7pm on November 21st.   http://jbtapestry.bpt.me

Out In The Bay: Connie Does Judy

Jul 18, 2013

San Francisco's legendary chanteuse Connie Champagne talks with host Marilyn Pittman about her Judy Garland show "Behind The Wig," Sunday, July 28th, at The Boxcar Playhouse in the city by the bay.  She'll also talk about her role in 'Hedwig and The Angry Inch," running through August 10th at the Boxcar. Plus, of course, some of her music. Thursday, July 25th,  at 7pm. 

A Simple Revolution: Judy Grahn, feminist poet

Mar 13, 2013

Host and Producer Marilyn Pittman interviews lesbian feminist pioneer, Judy Grahn, whose "Common Woman" poems inspired the early 70's feminist movement. Marilyn's 1982 NPR-funded series "By A Woman Writ" profiled Judy and her work. This show will feature audio from that program of actors performing her words. Judy is now Co-Director of The Women's Spirituality Program at Sofia University in Palo Alto, CA. 7pm. http://www.sofia.edu/academics/faculty/grahn.php

Trans Cabaret Star Justin Vivian Bond is "Mx America"

Sep 27, 2012
Michael Doucette

Marilyn Pittman talks with Justin Vivian Bond about her years as "Kiki" from the Tony-nominated show, "Kiki and Herb Alive on Broadway;" her memoir, the Lambda Literary Award-winning,"Tango: My Childhood, Backwards and in High Heels;" and her new show, "MX (mix) America" at the Rrazz Room October 12th-14th in San Francisco.

On Today’s Your Call, we’ll have a conversation with Marilyn Pittman about her one-woman show, “It’s All the Rage. “Heartbreaking and hilarious” is how her show is subtitled. She shares the story of the day her father shot and killed her mother and then killed himself. How does art help recovery and healing? Join us at 10 or email feedback@yourcallradio.org. What resources are available for people who have experienced tragedy in their families?  It’s Your Call, with Rose Aguilar and you.

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