I hope you had a lovely holiday!
Thanksgiving was a great weekend at The Marsh. it also gave our performers a chance to see other performers’ shows.
Don Reed, who is currently starring in THE KIPLING HOTEL watched Kate Robards’ AINT THAT RICH last Friday.
FYI: Kate’s final 2 performances are THIS Friday and Saturday. Must close December 2.
Everybody go. Do it. You will received a creative ninja attack wake-up call on what you think about class, what your parents thought about it what your “friends” think about it. The story (damn she’s good) screams so very deeply that nobody is better than anybody else. Period. This is brave shit people.
COPS & ROBBERS star Jinho “Piper” Ferreira caught Diane Barnes’ MY STROKE OF LUCK on Saturday and said and we quote:
One of the smartest and most heartfelt shows I’ve ever seen. If you haven’t had the benefit of checking it out yet you’d better move fast–it was sold out tonight and for a good reason.
Speaking of COPS & ROBBERS, only two more weekends. Must close December 9.
And the holidays continue.
Brian Copeland’s JEWELRY BOX returns for its annual holiday run opening on December 8, which is a benefit for Bay Area Fire Relief, sponsored by KGO.
“Captures the heart.” – SF Chronicle
In Berkeley we bring back Unique Derique’s children show FOOL LA LA, starting December 20. Another great holiday gift.
AND on Wednesday, December 13, it’s THE MARSH’S ANNUAL HOLIDAY PARTY at The Marsh Berkeley. Food. Hot Apple Cider. Performances by Will Durst, Karen Ripley, Unique Derique, and the Cal Jazz Choir. Music by Craig and MacGregor. Santa Clause is coming!
It’s free, but tax-deductible donations are great. Make your reservations/donations!
Have a happy, healthy, inspired week.