It’s That Time of Year Again! Wednesday, December 18 at 7pm Marsh Berkeley Cabaret Glowing holidays. Tinsel. Lights. Candles. Zawadi. It’s a …
After they die, does love evaporate? Are ordinary things still ordinary? Gina thought she knew, but surprisingly, thrillingly, she was wrong.
Take a deep dive into a dirty but glamorous chapter of history: The roaring 1970s
In Solitary Man, Charlie travels to Crescent City to visit a lifer named Otis Washington (played by Fred), a 64 year old native of New York City, who’s been imprisoned since 1975 and at Pelican Bay since it opened in 1989.
Living the Shuffle is the amazing journey of actor, writer, director, and filmmaker, Robert Townsend. Townsend, a natural-born storyteller, takes you on a show biz rollercoaster ride.
In Brian Copeland’s highly anticipated new play, he examines the issue single parenting through a very personal story.
Japanese-American Magician David Hirata excavates the mysteries and stories of ‘A Box Without A Bottom’.
“Oh, Yeah! Then I’ll make my own D*MN Variety Show!” – Don Reed
A wild trip through life. Watch and Listen as Zappo travels his history through sang, poetry, humor, and love.
An unrelenting look at 10 days, the mandatory waiting period before Brian could lay get his newly purchased gun with which he planned to take his own life.