In Deep Radio
In August 2018 Dragon Productions Theatre Company is proud to begin hosting
In Deep with Angie Coiro began as The Angie Coiro Show on local San Francisco radio, and became an independent production in 2007. By 2015, it was a full-fledged live production at Kepler's Books in Menlo Park. It's now produced at both Kepler's and the Dragon Theatre in Redwood City.
We focus on genuine conversations - real give and take with smart thinkers, entertaining personalities, and influential political figures. In a world of short sound bites, quick cuts, and extravagant production, we produce "one full hour on one intriguing topic". The show records in front of a live audience on Thursdays from noon - 1p at the Dragon Theatre. Admission is free as are 90 minutes of parking in the Marshall or Jefferson parking garages adjacent to the theatre.
Doors open at 11:30a; show starts recording at noon and runs for 1 hour. Admission is free!
Thursday, March 21st Eddie Mueller the "czar of noir"
James Elroy called him the "Czar of Noir", and we're so excited to call him our guest! Eddie Muller joins us March 21st to discuss his favorite gritty realm, film noir. Inside those dark movies set in seedy bars and rainy streets, you'll find fascinating nuggets about gender roles, the search for self, American political history and the place of the citizen in it. Eddie hosts Turner Classic Movies' Noir Alley. He's worked as a journalist and writer. He founded the Film Noir Foundation and serves as its president, overseeing film restorations and research. If you've attended the Noir City film festival in one of its nine US locations, you've benefited from his hosting and producing work. Join us at the Dragon for this bound-to-be fantastic event. Angie STRONGLY SUGGESTS RESERVING A SEAT FOR THIS ONE.
About Angie Coiro:
ANGIE COIRO is a lifelong radio professional whose style has been compared to Terri Gross, Rachel Maddow, and Jon Stewart. She’s shared the stage with the likes of Al Gore, Jane Mayer, Barney Frank, Roxane Gay, Dan Savage, James Forman, Jr., Charlie Jane Anders, Dana Carvey, and Cleve Jones. She spent ten years at KQED-FM and KQED-TV; hosted Spotlight on KCSM-TV; and hosted Mother Jones Radio on Air America. Angie is on staff as the journalist in residence at Kepler's Literary Foundation (KLF), where she hosts the This is Now.
Questions about programming or other details should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org