Dan Hoyle has embarked on his final extension of EACH AND EVERY THING. It must end on October 4.
Almost immediately after stepping back on his NYC turf, he will be performing this Marsh developed show at Joe’s Pub and at Columbia University. Go Dan! So see EET before it flies east Oct 4. Here’s a quote from a great Salon article about the show:
“Hoyle is the right man in the right place at the right time. His hilarious, moving and inspirational critique of our smartphone-centric lifestyle feeds a desperate hunger for meaning acutely felt in the exact neighborhood we are strolling through.”
Piper’s Cops and Robbers is sold out for the rest of his initial run, but we have just extended it. Tickets now on sale!
Josh Kornbluth has been on a roll with his improvs, so we are also thrilled to extend his Reports From Zen Hospice: improvs for another month at The Marsh Berkeley Cabaret.
Final Berkeley Performances!
This is Don Reed’s final weekend of SEMI-FAMOUS in Berkeley, so eastbayites, see it this Saturday and Sunday, before this wonderful show transfers to the SF Marsh.
Don has also introduced a new artist to The Marsh, Stefhen Bryan, who is our September 10 Marsh Rising performer. DOODU BOY is described as a hilarious and harrowing story that travels across Jamaica to America to Japan.
Marsh Youth Theater.
There’s still time to register and sign up for demo classes for MYT.
Just click here.
Looking forward to seeing you seeing these shows.