Taylor Mac, writer/performer/co-director of “Taylor Mac’s Holiday Sauce” at the Curran through December 1, 2018, in conversation with Richard Wolinsky.
This past year was a good one for performer and playwright Taylor Mac. Winner of a MacArthur Genius Grant, he was also a finalist for his performance piece A 24-Decade history of Popular Music. His latest show, Taylor Mac’s Holiday Sauce, is now playing at the Curran in San Francisco through December 1st, before it moves on to Los Angeles for two performances in mid-month. Taylor Mac is playwright, co-director and star of Holiday Sauce, which has set design and costumes by his long-time collaborator Machine Dazzle, and is co-directed by Niegel Smith, the artistic director of the Flea theatre company in New York.