Dan Hoyle

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Written & Performed by Dan Hoyle
Directed by Charlie Varon

May 29 – July 18, 2015
Friday 8pm | Saturday 8:30pm
Sunday 5pm

NOW EXTENDED through August 22!

Thursday & Friday 8pm
Saturday 5pm | 
San Francisco

Closing night, August 22, will be a Benefit Night for The Marsh

No Shows: Thursdays,  July 23 &  August 13

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“He doesn’t have to tell us that theater is an un-digital-izable medium. He demonstrates the art form’s peculiar person-to-roomful-of-persons capacity to create an instant sense of community and engender intimate and thought-provoking levels of empathy.” –- San Francisco Chronicle

“Hilarious…warmth, humor, empathy… it’s truly magical to watch the gifted Hoyle” – San Francisco Examiner

EACH AND EVERY THING is the newest solo show from award-winning actor/playwright Dan Hoyle about how we experience the world in the digital age. From a showdown with a violent felon in small-town Nebraska, to a childhood listening to anti-conformist rants in San Francisco; from the hard-scrabble corner boys of Chicago to the intellectual temple of Calcutta’s famed coffeehouse; from a Digital Detox retreat in remote Northern California to an intimate confession in Manhattan, join Dan in his search for true community, spontaneity and wonder in our fractured and hyper-connected world.

Artist Biography

Dan Hoyle is an actor and playwright currently based in New York, where Each And Every Thing has been playing at Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater. Each has also toured to Providence, RI, Santa Fe, NM and Los Angeles, CA and is scheduled to run in Portland, OR in the coming year. His previous solo shows The Real Americans and Tings Dey Happen enjoyed long runs at The Marsh and Culture Project in New York and played over a dozen cities across the country and around the world including The Painted Bride in Philadelphia, Berkeley Repertory Theater, Cleveland Playhouse, Portland Centerstage and The Park in Calcutta, India. Tings Dey Happen won the 2007 Will Glickman Award for Best New Play, and was nominated for a Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Solo Show. In October 2009, Hoyle returned to Nigeria to perform the show in five Nigerian cities, sponsored by the U.S. State Department. Hoyle also writes plays for multiple actors. His play Game On, co-written with Tony Taccone, received the 2014 TBA Award for Outstanding New Play. He is working on a commission from The Working Theater in New York for a new piece about the South Bronx, where he lives. He is a Fulbright Scholar, a Circumnavigator’s Club Foundation Scholar, a Pew Theater Initiative Grantee, and an Edgerton Foundation Grantee.  His work has been commissioned by Aurora Theater, SF Playhouse, First Person Arts, and others, and his essays have appeared in Salon, Mother Jones, Sports Illustrated and other publications. In his spare time, he studies Improv Comedy at UCB, teaches South Bronx high school students journalistic theater, and enjoys baseball on the radio. (www.danhoyle.com)

Press & Media

“Smartly constructed and highly entertaining…leavens deft comedy with deep pathos.” – San Francisco Chronicle

“Hilarious, moving, inspirational…a bravura performance and so very, very necessary.” – Salon

“A funny, poignant comment on the digital age. Quirky and intriguing. A treat … Hoyle uses his elastic face and his unerring ear to parachute us in and out of so many different characters that the world of the play rushes at us like a flood of insight. “ – San Jose Mercury News

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Show Info

Tickets:
Thursdays $20 – $35 sliding scale |$55 & $100 Reserved Seating
Fridays $25 – $35 sliding scale |$55 & $100 Reserved Seating
Saturdays $30 – $35 sliding scale |$55 & $100 Reserved Seating
Sundays $25 – $35 sliding scale |$55 & $100 Reserved Seating
Saturday, August 22 (The Marsh Benefit Night)  $50 per seat | $100 Reserved Seating
Dark Nights:  July 23 &  August 13
80 minutes | No intermission | Ages 15+ | Please do not bring infants to the show

For more information on the sliding scale ticketing policy, late seating and reserved seating please click here.

To purchase tickets online, please click on a date below:

  • August 6, 2015 8:00 PMEach And Every Thing
  • August 7, 2015 8:00 PMEach And Every Thing
  • August 8, 2015 5:00 PMEach And Every Thing
  • August 14, 2015 8:00 PMEach And Every Thing
  • August 15, 2015 5:00 PMEach And Every Thing
  • August 20, 2015 8:00 PMEach And Every Thing
  • August 21, 2015 8:00 PMEach And Every Thing
  • August 22, 2015 5:00 PMEach And Every Thing
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