Sunday, September 26, 2010

Publicity tends to feed on itself and to become self-perpetuating ... or so it appears to be this week .. .

A radio interview that first appeared on one of the local PBS (KALW) stations out of San Francisco has appeared on the Internet  along with this photograph that was taken in our administrative office in Richmond.  It features this giant poster by graphic designer, Rich Black, of the Shotgun Players of Berkeley.  It was displayed in the window of the Berkeley Main Library and was presented to us by the theater company at the end of the play's run.

If you'll enter into the little white search bar above my photo (left top of the screen above the banner) the play's title, "This World in a Woman's Hands", you'll find the full story of Marcus Gardley's wonderful play and of our role in its development.

I love it!

Note:  The radio interview (KALW-FM) can be heard by putting "Remembering the African American Rosie the Riveters" into your search engine.  It was produced by Callie Shanafelt.  The transcript is on the SF Gate/Chronicle pages, date 9/25.

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