I had the most amazing discussion with Piper after his COPS AND ROBBER’S performance on Saturday. We were in the Marsh Berkeley Cabaret talking about what it is like when he is performing and how different it is when he is Alameda County Sheriffing. Two such different “roles.”
It made me want to interview him for our Marsh web series–thinking you might all be interested in this as well. We are hoping to do this in the next couple of weeks. I will keep you posted.
On the other side of the Bay, I got off BART to hear the most magical saxophone playing. It brought tears to my eyes. I tipped into his sax case. Later that week, I was walking and there at the corner of 19th and Valencia, there was a violinist playing on top of a fire hydrant. Didn’t see his case!
So much diversity.
Saturday, Ann Randolph is back with fabulous LOVELAND followed by an opening night party.
Cake! Wine! Special Art Surprise!
On Sunday, join Ann in her wild, wicked and inspiring INAPPROPRIATE IN ALL THE RIGHT WAYS,our first integrated performance/workshop.
The Piper’s COPS AND ROBBERS (only on Saturdays).
Don Reed’s STEREOTYPO, Rants and Rumblings at the DMV (must end Oct 3).
Echo Brown’s BLACK VIRGINS ARE FOR HIPSTERS (extended),
Karen Ripley’s OH NO THERE’S MEN ON THE LAND (must end Oct 3).
Brian Copeland’s THE WAITING PERIOD (back September 20),
Megan Timpane’s HAVING CANCER IS HILARIOUS (starts September 18)
Diversity for Kids
Theater Arts, Trapeze. Video/Storytelling, Teen Performance Conservatory.Marsh Youth Theater classes starting this week. There is still space for your kids.Financial aid available for all in need.
All My Best,
PS. SORRY, wrong link.
If you clicked on the link attempting to hear my interview with Brian Copeland in last week’s newsletter, you were led astray. I’m sorry. Here’s the correct link in case you want to hear it.(It’s starts at 22.22 minutes, drag along the squiggly gray thing.)