Bookwaves/Artwaves is produced and hosted by Richard Wolinsky.
Bay Area Book Festival. Merlin Sheldrake and Michael Pollan on Entangled Life, Tuesday July 7, 2020, noon Pacific.
The Booksmith lists its entire July on-line schedule of interviews and readings on their website, which includes Lockdown Lit every Tuesday at 11 am, July 7: Meredith O’Brien and Lesley Gray Streeter. July 8, 7 pm, Thea Matthews with her collection, Unearth.
Theatre Rhino Thursday play at 8 pm July 2, 2020 on Facebook Live is Johnson, conceived and performed by John Fisher. The Death of Ruby Slippers by Stuart Bousel, on Zoom, July 7, 2020, 7 pm, register in advance.
Shotgun Players. Streaming, the folk opera Iron Shoes. Recorded in spring 2018, starting July 3 and continuing through July 17, and The Claim, workshop production. The Niceties by Eleanor Burgess, July 9-12, 7 pm. Registration required.
San Francisco Playhouse. Every Monday, SF Playhouse presents Zoomlets, a series of short play table reads. Monday July 6, 7 pm: The Forgotten Place by Jeff Locker. Registration required.
42nd Street Moon presents a zoom musical theatre trivia contest on Sundays at 8 pm You can get the meeting ID on their website.
Kepler’s Books presents Refresh the Page, on line interviews and talks, July 6, 7 pm Daniel Mason with Andrew Sean Greer; July 7, 6 pm, Kalyn Josephson with Shannon Price. Registration required.
Lincoln Center Live July 10 – September 8, 2020: Carousel, with Kelli O’Hara and Nathan Gunn.
National Theater At Home on You Tube: Les Blancs by Lorraine Hansberry.
Carlos Ruiz Zafon, who died on June 19, 2020 in Los Angeles of colorectal cancer at the age of 55, burst onto the literary scene in 2001 with his novel, The Shadow of the Wind, first of an interrelated group of four novels titled The Cemetery of Forgotten Books, set in Barcelona, Spain, his birthplace. This interview, recorded in May, 2009, focuses on the second novel in the series, The Angel’s Game. The next book in the series, The Prisoner of Heaven, came out in 2012, and the final book, The Labyrinth of Spirits, was published in 2018. There were also four young adult novels, three published after this interview. Complete 54-minute interview.
Rupert Everett in conversation with Richard Wolinsky, September 26, 2018 about the film he wrote, directed and starred in, The Happy Prince, about Oscar Wilde’s final years in exile.
Rupert Everett’s film career took off with lead roles in the British films “Another Country” and “Dance with a Stranger” in the mid 1980s before his career took a nosedive when he came out as gay. He resurfaced in the late 1990s as a Hollywood star in the film “My Best Friend’s Wedding,” a period that lasted a short time before roles again dried up. Shortly afterward, he began working on a screenplay about Oscar Wilde’s final years, which finally has reached the screen as “The Happy Prince. The film stars Rupert Everett, who also served as director and screenwriter. The Happy Prince is now available for STARZ subscribers as well as On Demand.