It’s INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY!
At our Tuesday staff meeting, a twenty-something staff member said that she would both be going to the Women’ s protest and coming to work today. She felt her Marsh work was important work for the arts.
I feel so proud of my young staff, their thoughtful consciousness, their understanding of their impact on the world. And so glad they are Marshians.
See our women!
Elaine Magree opened HOLDING THE EDGE last week in San Francisco. Here’s what the SF Examiner has to say, “a touching look at living and dying.”
Maureen Langan’s DAUGHTER OF A GARBAGEMAN continues to thrill. “Langan is a natural comedienne who you like so much you can’t wait to hear more.” – SF Theater Blog.
As does Alicia Dattner’s EAT PRAY LAUGH! “A voyage of self-discovery, played for laughs.” -East Bay Times.
And women beget men!
After 24 weeks, Thursday is the final Marsh performance of Tom Ammiano’s MINCING WORDS. What a wonderful ride. Having this San Francisco “Saint” on our stage has indeed been a blessing. Just a few tickets left.
Al Letson’s SUMMER IN SANCTUARy
Don Reed’s EAST 14th
Brian Copeland’s THE WAITING PERIOD
In art, in heart,
P.S. Don’t miss tonight’s Marsh Talk: THE WAVE. With power woman moderator, Barbara Lane, and talkers Marc Montserrat-Drukker and Ron Jones.