One of Jazz composer and pianist Thelonious Monk’s most revered ballads, ‘Round Midnight will be interpreted in spectacular style by Bay Area guitarist and composer John Schott and an all-star group of musicians in a continuous eight-hour exegesis, June 4 from 9:00 p.m. – 5:30 a.m. PT. The concert will be performed live in San Francisco at Light Rail Studios and streamed online as the centerpiece of DAWN, a bold reimagining of the Jewish holiday of Shavuot by Reboot. Get tickets for the in-person event here. Catch the live stream on the event page or subscribe to Reboot’s YouTube page to watch there.
Join Reboot and USC Shoah Foundation for a special inside look at the powerful new film The Survivor, from HBO and HBO Max. Our Reboot Ideas conversation features director Barry Levinson, actor Ben Foster and producer Matti Leshem, moderated by Sami Sage, co-founder of Betches Media. Watch this deeply reflective discussion about the nature of survival, PTSD, and generational trauma on Reboot’s YouTube channel. Learn more here.
Reboot Ideas Presents: Jewish Resistance – 1960’s London and Beyond with Sarah Solemani and Jessica Yellin
Reboot Ideas hosted British/Persian, writer, actor, activist and show creator Sarah Solemani (credits include Barry and Bridget Jones’s Baby) in conversation with Jessica Yellin, the Peabody, Gracie and Emmy award-winning political journalist and founder of News Not Noise, about the U.S. premiere of Solemani’s critically acclaimed Ridley Road on PBS Masterpiece Theatre May 1. The two held a candid conversation about the toxic and simmering antisemitism, racism, fascism and the complicated work of activism then and now.
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