Jonathan Moscone, Chief of Civic Engagement at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and former Artistic Director, California Shakespeare Theatre, in conversation with Richard Wolinsky.
On Saturday, October 28th, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco is presenting the YBCA 100 Summit, based on “an annual compilation of the creative minds that inspire YBCA. The list celebrates thought leaders, provocateurs, and innovators who are using their platform to create cultural movement.” The program starts at 12:30 pm and continues into the evening. For more information, go to ybca.org
In this interview, Jon Moscone discusses the event as well as other projects by YBCA, goes into depth about his direction of Paula Vogel’s play “Baltimore Waltz,” recently at the Magic Theatre, discusses the controversial “Glass Menagerie” at Cal Shakes this past season, and talks about the relationship of politics and the arts.