Written & Performed by Sharon Eberhardt
Directed by Rebecca Fisher
Character Development with Julia McNeal
Developed with David Ford
June 16 – July 14 | Berkeley
Fridays at 8pm
“One woman tour de force…” –SF Bay Guardian
“An astonishing work of imagination…” –Contra Costa Times
Making great songs is not always pretty. A great song reaches inside of you, giving voice to things you didn’t know how to say. How far would you go to create music like that? Would you risk death? Would you do the ridiculous, or embarrassing?
Sandy will do anything: move in with Mira, the manipulative ex-girlfriend of two dead rock gods, obey Mira’s every whim to hear the tapes if the rock-stars’ legendary last sessions, even collaborate with Nick, a sketchy ex-bassist and unemployed bartender.
Sharon Eberhardt wrote and performed Savage Arts at The Marsh, and Regina Saskatchewan and London, Ontario Fringe Festivals. Her play “Becca and Heidi” was performed in San Francisco, NYC, and Buffalo, NY. She has an MFA in Playwriting from Columbia University and has taught playwriting to children and adults. She is currently working on children’s picture books, and programs the Marsh Risings Series and Sugar Storytelling at Headquarters Gallery in Berkeley. www.sharoneberhardt.com
Rebecca Fisher (director) is a performer, director, and producer of solo work. Rebecca’s show “The Magnificence of the Disaster” was described as ‘smart, challenging, and unmistakably affecting’ by SF Chronicle and her second show “Memphis on My Mind” was an SFBest of Fringe winner. She has directed shows at SF Fringe Festival and The Marsh, most recently Elaine Magree’s “Holding the Edge” and Mark Kenward’s “Nantucket.” She is the co-creator and co-producer of The Marsh’s long running series TellIt ON Tuesday and host of the new Writing Cabaret.