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Interviews with the people making headlines in the local arts and entertainment scene. Hosted by Mitchell Field

Interviews with the people making headlines in the local arts and entertainment scene. Hosted by Mitchell Field
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Sausalito, CA

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Interviews

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Interviews with the people making headlines in the local arts and entertainment scene. Hosted by Mitchell Field

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English


Episodes

The Field Trip Episode 093 Beryl Kay ‘Action for Nature’…

10/15/2014
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Mitchell talks with Beryl Kay, Board-President of the International non-profit organization ‘Action for Nature’. San Francisco-based ‘Action for Nature’ encourages young people to take personal action to better their environment and to foster love and respect for nature. Their program, ‘International Young Eco-Heroes’ recognizes children and teens who have completed a project to foster respect … Continue reading »

Duration: 00:14:29


The Field Trip Episode 092 Dezi Gallegos…

8/4/2014
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Mitchell talks with 18 year-old theater writer, director and actor Dezi Gallegos. Gallegos, known in the Bay Area as ‘the performance-prodigy’ has been performing in theater since age seven and at age fourteen co-wrote and co-directed the play ‘Prop. 8 Love-Stories’ which played off-Broadway in New York City.

Duration: 00:14:55


The Field Trip Episode 091 Bob Currier Part 2

7/26/2014
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Mitchell continues his chat with Marin Shakespeare Company’s Artistic Director Bob Currier. 2014 marks the MSC’s 25th year in business.

Duration: 00:14:48


The Field Trip Episode 090: Mark Margolis Part 3

7/1/2014
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The final part of Mitchell’s interview with actor Mark Margolis. Margolis, who has appeared in 80 movies and more than 50 TV shows, reveals that he doesn’t want to be remembered for his portrayal of ‘Tio’ Salamanca, on the award-winning series ‘Breaking Bad’…and talks about his upcoming projects, including the Indie-film ‘Alone’, which features Margolis, … Continue reading »

Duration: 00:09:52


The Field Trip Episode 088: Mark Margolis Part 1

6/17/2014
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Mitchell talks with film, TV and theater actor Mark Margolis. Margolis, who is currently starring in Berkeley Repertory Theater’s West Coast premiere production of Tony Kushner’s ‘The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to The Scriptures’, directed by Tony Taccone, talks about his early days as a theater actor studying with … Continue reading »

Duration: 00:14:39


The Field Trip Episode 087 Linda Dunn

5/20/2014
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Mitchell talks with theater director Linda Dunn, whose version of ‘South Pacific, the 101st Marin Mountain Play, opened May 18 2014. Dunn is only the second woman to be chosen to direct the Marin Mountain Play, which runs through June 15 2014. For tickets and info go to: mountainplay.org

Duration: 00:14:53


The Field Trip Episode 085 John Martini Part 2

3/31/2014
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Mitchell continues his chat with historian Martini… For more info. on Martini go to:johnamartini.com

Duration: 00:15:24


The Field Trip Episode 086 John A. Martini Part 1

3/26/2014
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Mitchell talks with Bay Area historical-consultant John A. Martini, about his book ‘Sutro’s Glass Palace’,the story of Sutro Baths… Martini’s book, published by Hole in the Head Press (www.holeintheheadpress.com) is filled with photographs of the now defunct baths and beautifully illustrated by Lawrence Ormsby. More information on John A. Martini available at: www.johnamartini.com

Duration: 00:14:38


The Field Trip Episode 085 Noah Griffin Part 2

3/3/2014
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Mitchell continues his interview with Harvard-trained lawyer and media personality Noah Griffin… Griffin, who currently writes for the Marin Independent Journal, wrote and recorded the official ballad of the Golden Gate bridge and is the founder of The Cole Porter Society, a group dedicated to ensuring that the musical and the cultural heritage of Porter … Continue reading »

Duration: 00:10:33


The Field Trip Episode 080 Part 2 ‘Barfly’ Jeff Burkhart.

1/20/2014
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Mitchell continues his interview with barman Jeff Burkhart, whose new book’Twenty Years Behind Bars’ has just been published. Burkhart also writes the weekly column entitled ‘Barfly’, in the Marin Independent Journal and other Bay Area news publications.

Duration: 00:14:14


The Field Trip Episode 081 Jeff Burkhart ‘The Barfly’…

1/13/2014
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Mitchell talks with Marin writer and bartender Jeff Burkhart, known as ‘The Barfly’, about his new book ’20 Years Behind Bars’ and about his experiences in the hospitality business

Duration: 00:12:21


The Field Trip Episode 079 Gene Abravaya Part 1

12/10/2013
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Mitchell chats with theater director, writer and actor Gene Abravaya. Abravaya is the Managing-Director and Artistic-Director for the Spreckels Theater Company in Rohnert Park, California. The Dorothy Rohnert Spreckels Performing Arts Center is a city-owned and operated facility, which since 1990, has provided the finest in performing arts programming, serving Sonoma, Napa, Marin and Mendocino … Continue reading »

Duration: 00:13:00


The Field Trip Episode 078 Beth Deitchman

11/4/2013
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Mitchell talks with Marin fantasy-fiction writer Beth Deitchman about her online publishing company Luminous Creatures Press which she operates with writing partner Emily June Street…

Duration: 00:13:00


The Field Trip Episode 077 Fred Ritzenberg Part 2

10/28/2013
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Mitchell continues his talk with Marin County film producer Ritzenberg (Far Films) about his international film ‘Zaytoun’, the first official UK-Israeli production, directed by Israeli Eran Riklis, with a screenplay from Palestinian-American writer Nader Rizq, co-produced by Brit. Gareth Unwin (Academy Award winner for ‘The King’s Speech‘), edited by Frenchman Herve Schneid (Academy Award winner … Continue reading »

Duration: 00:14:04


The Field Trip Episode 077: Fred Ritzenberg Part 1

10/22/2013
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Mitchell talks with Marin County film producer Ritzenberg (Far Films) about his international film ‘Zaytoun’, the first official UK-Israeli production, directed by Israeli Eran Riklis, with a screenplay from Palestinian-American writer Nader Rizq, co-produced by Brit. Gareth Unwin (Academy Award winner for ‘The King’s Speech‘), edited by Frenchman Herve Schneid (Academy Award winner for ‘A … Continue reading »

Duration: 00:14:08


The Field Trip Episode 076: Susan Z Rock ‘n’ Roll ‘Breastival’…

10/14/2013
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Mitchell talks with popular Marin actress/chanteuse Susan Z about her musical theater roles and her fund-raising efforts to battle breast cancer… For more information check out these sites: www.tocelebratelife.org www.zerobreastcancer.org www.hpcharitablefoundation.org

Duration: 00:15:16


The Field Trip 075: ‘Scapino’ Jim Dunn & Michael Barr

6/24/2013
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Mitchell talks with director Jim Dunn and lead actor Michael Barr about ‘Scapino’, the summer production of the Marin County-based ‘Porchlight Theater Company’, which is enjoying it’s 12th season at the Marin Art and Garden Center’s Redwood Amphitheater in Ross, California.

Duration: 00:13:40


The Field Trip 074: Barry Spitz Part 2

6/17/2013
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A continuation of my interview with Marin County author Barry Spitz. Spitz has written numerous books about the hiking trails and the history of Marin County, including ‘Tamalpais Trails’ and ‘Dipsea: The Greatest Race’.

Duration: 00:10:27


The Field Trip 074: Barry Spitz: Part 1

6/10/2013
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Mitchell talks with Marin County writer and historian Barry Spitz about his books ‘Tamalpais Trails’ and ‘Dipsea: The Greatest Race’. ‘Tamalpais Trails’ is considered by many to be the definitive work on the 160 trails which criss-cross Mt. Tamalpais. Spitz talks about the trails and also about ‘The Dipsea’, America’s oldest cross-country race, for which … Continue reading »

Duration: 00:16:29


The Field Trip 073: Lynne Soffer Part 2

6/6/2013
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Part 2 of Mitchell’s interview withBay Area go-to dialect coach and actor Lynne Soffer. Soffer, who is also an accomplished actor, talks about her background and theater education, language, working with actors and her most recent project as dialect coach for the San Francisco Playhouse production of ‘Abigail’s Party’, written by British playwright Mike Leigh. … Continue reading »

Duration: 00:14:34

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