Our Life – November 3, 2016

Dear Marshians,

First, perhaps in the forefront of our minds is election night. I know where I will be on election night! At Will Durst’s ELECT TO LAUGH. I want to be surrounded by my peeps.

To support our Marshians, if a discount helps you to join us at thisunnamed gracious benefit closing night, Will has offered for The Marsh, the first ten to use the discount code “peeps” will get $15 off their tickets.

Tonight, Mark McGoldrick opens THE GOLDEN HAMMER in Berkeley. We are thrilled to have Mark back on our stage with his stunning show. Join us tonight. There will be a post-performance reception with cake.

Saturday at 5pm, I’m going to be an insider in the state of California through the eyes of Tom Ammiano’s MINCING WORDS.

Saturday at 8:30pm, I will be at Al Letson’s SUMMER IN SANCTUARY. A tale of disenfranchised youth and their powerful teacher. The rave reviews are starting to roll in. Like this one:

“There are many parts of Al Leton’s one-man show that are truly moving.”…”Summer in Sanctuary provides a spark for dialogue and movement toward change, shedding a hopeful light on reality.”San Francisco Examiner
Upstairs, his first time back in San Francisco in years, Don Reed opens his megahit, EAST 14th.
Sunday in SF and Berkeley
When you have young kids, how do you fit in some soul nutrients and take care of the family? Lisa Rothman’s DATE NIGHT AT PET EMERGENCY does it. While the adults watch the performance in our SF Mainstage, the kids are upstairs in our studio taking an MYT class. This week, it’s with the fantastic Unique Derique.
And with free tickets to al, the final three shows in 2016, Brian Copeland’s THE WAITING PERIOD.
And lastly, don’t miss octogenarian, Houston Robertson’s final Berkeley performance of Victory for the Recycled Virgin.
These are our stories. Our life.
All my best,
Stephanie Weisman
Artistic Director/Founder
P.S. To make sure to better supprt all our shows and the arts in San Francisco. Vote YES on S.