(Kevin Berne/Courtesy Berkeley Rep)

In 1978, San Francisco Mayor George Moscone was assassinated along with gay activist and San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk. More than three decades later, Mayor Moscone’s son Jonathan Moscone is directing “Ghost Light,” a play at the Berkeley Repertory Theater about his father’s death. We talk with Moscone and the play’s author, Tony Taccone.

Guests:
Jonathan Moscone, artistic director for California Shakespeare Theater and director of "Ghost Light"
Tony Taccone, artistic director for the Berkeley Repertory Theatre and author of "Ghost Light"

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