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Season 3 - EP6
Part of the LA Phil’s Gen X festival, DiFranco performs and talks about the values of her generation. Please note: This episode contains explicit language.
Runtime - 27 mins
About the episode
With her own record label and a fierce following of like-minded feminists, Gen X artist Ani DiFranco shook up ideas of queer identity, bodily autonomy, and what it meant to be a woman in the 1990s. Today, she continues to bring her politics to bear with her new album "Revolutionary Love," which advocates for making compassion the center of our social movements.
In conversation with
A Musical Snapshot
After the episode, take Ani's music with you in this musical snapshot of her work, including songs from her latest album, Revolutionary Love.
An LA Phil Media Production
Gustavo Dudamel Music & Artistic Director
Directed by Grant James FEATURING Ani DiFranco Imani Duhe, trumpet
IN CONVERSATION WITH Karen Tongson and Wynter Mitchell-Rohrbaugh
IATSE LOCAL 33 Kevin Brown, Master Carpenter Andy Kassan, Master Electrician Donald Quick, Property Master Michael Sheppard, Master Audio-Visual/Union Steward Kevin Wapner, Assistant Audio-Visual The stage crew is represented by the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and Moving Picture Machine Operators of the United States and Canada, Local 33
MILKT Director: Grant James Director: Alberto Arvelo Executive Producer: Lindha Narvaez Production Supervisor: Jessica Roulston POST-PRODUCTION Editor: Ben Montez, Grant James Audio Post Mixer: Greg Tobler