Tell It On Tuesday

SHOWS POSTPONED
UNTIL APRIL 1st, 2020

Tell It On Tuesday celebrates the expression of individual voices by promoting the art of storytelling and solo performance, coming together as a community to share works crafted by theater artists and storytellers. We provide an East Bay home to the solo performer.

Tell It On Tuesday plays in our Berkeley TheaterStage.

Tickets Online: $8 – $15 sliding scale
Tickets at the Door: $10 – $15 sliding Scale

March 31, 2020

MUSIC: 

Jeff Gutman (Guitar and Vocals): Acoustic Rock: Songs filled with memorable stories and melodies.

STORIES: 

Steve Budd, What They Said About Sex 

Paul Sussman, Listen Up, Jimmy Carter! 

Clara Kamunde, The Prince and the Pee

David Nihill, Documented

 

BIOS:

Jeff Gutman has been releasing albums and performing shows in the Bay Area since the late 90s. His most recent album “Arrive” was released in 2017, and he has a new double album entitled “The Two Houses” that will be released early next year as well, dealing with the loss of his mother. (www.jeffgutman.com)

 

Dave Nihill, originally from Dublin, Ireland, is an NPR featured storyteller, bestselling author, winner of San Francisco International Comedy Competition, runner up in the Moth’s largest US Grandslam storytelling competition and the first ever Irish comedian to have a special on Dry Bar Comedy. His work has been featured in Inc, The Huffington Post, Forbes, The Irish Times, TED, The Irish Independent, Today FM, and on TV3.

 

Steve Budd is an actor, writer, storyteller, standup comic, and solo performer. His solo show “What They Said About Love” was Best of the San Francisco Fringe 2016 and a TBA Top 5 Solo Production of 2018. He has performed at The Marsh, Tell it onTuesday, and Solo Sundays. He’s also acted with the San Francisco Playhouse, Custom Made, the New Conservatory, Impact, Central Works, and Marin Shakespeare

 

Paul Sussman has written and performed a series of solo pieces through the eyes of road-ragers, insects, Anabaptists, cannibals, and others who persist in the search for meaning amidst the puzzling evidence. He developed his approach to melodrama and farce through years of work in financial management with Bay Area nonprofit organizations.  In recognition of the 2019 premiere of his first full-length show, “The Wrong Kind of Pessimism”, he now refers to himself in the third person.


Clara Kamunde tells the occasional story here and there.. Clara highly recommends putting  her next project  “School Girls or African Mean Girl Play ” at Berkeley Rep on your calendar.Only thing is though.. you mostly likely won’t see her because she’s understudying. sitl, it’s a riot!

 


Buy Tix by phone:
Monday – Friday 1 – 4pm, 415.282.3055
(Additional service fees apply)

Also at The Marsh!