Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Tommi Avicolli Mecca, Politics, Theater, and Victory

Show Description for Sunday 03/07/2010

Our guest this week on the 4 o'clock hour is the legendary activist, author, poet, and organizer,

Tommi Avicolli Mecca.

He is, most recently, the editor of Smash the Church, Smash the State: The Early Years of Gay Liberation(City Lights Books, 2009), an anthology of writings about the post-Stonewall gay liberation movement.

Also this afternoon, in the 3 o'clock hour we are joined by Manuel Jose Pickett, founding member of Teatro Espejo, and presently directing it's production of Ruben Amavizca-Murua's, Women of Juarez. The production, at the Wilkerson Theater, 1725 25th St. in Midtown Sacramento, in collaboration with Califonia Stage, runs through March 21st. For more information dial (916) 451-5822

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Steve Coleman & Five Elements Ascending Numeration On the Rising of the 64 Paths Label-Bleu

Interview with Manuel Jose Pickett By Justin Desmangles

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Interview with Tommi Avicolli Mecca By Justin Desmangles

Roscoe Mitchell Art Ensemble Tatas-Matoes Congliptious Nessa

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Jayne Cortez & the Firespitters Cultural Operations Taking the Blues Back Home Verve-Harmolodic

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