SF Weekly theater critic Jeffrey Edalatpour is back on the show this week to talk about holiday and counter-holiday plays around the Bay Area. Plus three world premieres from the choreographers Garrett and Moulton, a fire fundraiser at the Schulz Museum, and great indie folk-rock from the Barr Brothers.

Cont. through Dec. 17: Bright Star is a post-war fairy tale set in the South, with a lovely score and a breakout performance by Carmen Cusack

Cont. through Dec. 17: Playwright Lauren Gunderson spins a tale of romance for the brainy in Miss Bennett: Christmas at Pemberley.

Cont. through Jan 14: Making a deal with the devil in The Black Rider; what could possibly go wrong?

Cont. through Jan. 14: Watch on the Rhine is a timely play about the dangers of not intervening in the fight against fascism.

Dec. 14-16: Garrett + Moulton make dances that are like Rubik’s Cubes, colorful movement puzzles that snap into perfection.

Dec. 8-10: Gregory Porter may look goofy, but his singing is serious and sublime.

Dec. 9: The Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa hosts a fundraiser for fire relief with some of the Bay Area’s top graphic artists.

Dec. 13: The Barr Brothers, the pride of Providence R.I, offer a fresh take on indie folk-rock

KQED's Cy Musiker and Jeffrey Edalatpour host the Do List for Dec. 8, 2017
KQED’s Cy Musiker and Jeffrey Edalatpour host the Do List for Dec. 8, 2017 (Photo: Nastia Voynovskaya/KQED)
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Cy Musiker

Cy Musiker co-hosts The Do List and covers the arts for KQED News and The California Report.  He loves live performance, especially great theater, jazz, roots music, anything by Mahler. Cy has an MJ from UC Berkeley’s School of Journalism, and got his BA from Hampshire College. His work has been recognized by the Society for Professional Journalists with their Sigma Delta Chi Award for Public Service in Journalism. When he can, Cy likes to swim in Tomales Bay, run with his dog in the East Bay Hills, and hike the Sierra.

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