Tell It On Tuesday

Tell It On Tuesday celebrates the expression of individual voices by promoting the art of storytelling and solo performance, coming together as a community to share works crafted by theater artists and storytellers. We provide an East Bay home to the solo performer.
Tell It On Tuesday plays in our Berkeley Cabaret.

Tickets at the Door: $10 – $15 Sliding Scale
Tickets in Advance: $8 – $15 Sliding Scale

Upcoming Events

November 27, 2018

Music Starts at 7pm
Andrew Potter, finger style guitar

Stories Start at 7:30pm
“HE WANTS TO RUN” by David Kleinberg
“25 YEARS, 2 DYKES, 3 WEDDINGS, & AND AN ANNULMENT” by Jeen Biehn & Joan Lohman

Andrew Potter is a finger style guitarist on 6 and 12 string guitars. He plays an eclectic mix of old jazz tunes, instrumentals, originals and covers.

David Kleinberg was an editor and writer at the San Francisco Chronicle for 34 years, the last 14 as editor of the Sunday Datebook. He spent 10 years doing standup comedy (appearing with Robin Williams, Dana Carvey and Richard Lewis), and has been doing solo theater for 10 years. He had two runs at the Marsh Theater with “Hey, Hey, LBJ”; (about his year as an army
combat correspondent in Vietnam) and “Return to the Scene of the Crime” (going back to Vietnam 50 years later to visit where his buddies died and try to perform under threat of arrest from the communist government). He is also a native of San Francisco, and has lived in the city all his life.

Karen Ripley has traveled all over the USA and the Caribbean. Featured in Logo’s Wisecracks episode 2. Ripley wrote and performed her one-woman show at the Marsh in Berkeley called Oh No There’s Men on the Land. Theater Eddy called it one of the top five for 2015.

Jenn Biehn and Joan Lohman developed and performed this side-by-side story for the EPIC storytelling program at Stagebridge this past spring. Jenn is a retired administrator/instructor at City College of SF and continues to teach a women’s leadership class each year. Joan is long time massage therapist and Rosen Method practitioner, specializing in body work for elders. Both are actively engaged at East Bay Meditation Center in downtown Oakland and Neighbors for Racial Justice in the Dimond.

Wayne Harris is an award-winning solo performer, writer, educator, curriculum innovator and musician. A gifted artist with wide-ranging interests, he has accumulated an impressive body of work over the years that includes five full-length plays, presentations for schools, directing
and designing for pageantry groups as well as various musical projects.He’s currently the Director of the Marsh Youth Theater and a Resident Teaching Artist for StageBridge.

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November 27