Ah-LASKA! Adventures Afoot, Afloat, Acoustic - Certified Wisdom & Happiness #1186
Sedge's adventures take us to Ah-Laska!
From Anchorage, and from Sitka, And a Preview of Kepler's Dream.
MR. WHITEKEYS and the Whale Fat Follies.
LIBBY RIDDLES, author and first woman to win the Iditarod dogsled race.
ELLEN PANEOK, first native Alaskan woman bush pilot.
JOANN and MONTE, renowned Alaska musicians.
Lituya Bay wave survivor HOWARD ULRICH
Author RICHARD NELSON
Story teller Bob Sam and Naa Kahidi
Sitka's Tlingit Dance Group.
The Sitka Blues Band.
The family feature film, Kepler's Dream, starring Holland Taylor, Sean Patrick Flanery, Isabella Blake Thomas, based on Juliet Bell's aclaimed novel, produced by Sedge Thomson, is honored to be in the 39th Mill Valley Film Festival.
Three early chances to see this movie filmed in New Mexico.
Friday Oct. 7 at 6:30 pm, Lark Theatre, Larkspur,
Thursday October 13 3pm, Lark Theatre, Larkspur,
Saturday October 15, 11am, Sequoia Theatre Mill Valley
Comedic and Provocative Voices - Certified Wisdom & Happiness Show #1185
SEDGE present some outspoken comics and thinkers from around the world in this show.
ERIC SCHLOSSER, chronicler of the bizarre underbelly of modern American culture, author of "Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All American Meal" and now "Reefer Madness: Sex, Drugs, and Cheap Labor in the American Black Market".
SHAZIA MIRZA, Pakistani-British female comic, who answers the 10 questions you always wanted to know about Islam, but were too afraid to ask.
GARY SHTEYNGART, author of “The Russian Debutante’s Handbook”, which charts a young and confused Russian immigrant's exploration of American culture.
ROBIN FLOWER and LIBBY McLAREN, instrumentalists, vocalists and songwriters, who let their imaginations run wild by combining fiddle, piano, guitar, mandolin, banjo and accordion with soaring vocal harmonies.
SARAH JONES, praised by the New York Times as a "high-voltage performance artist," this dynamic actor, poet and spoken word performer delivers an astonishing array of accents and quick-change character shifts in "Surface Transit".
BORIS AKUNIN, Russian author of mysteries including tries to explain the French, the Americans, and the Russians. He talks with Sedge also about "The Winter Queen".