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
November 28, 2017
Music starts at 7pm
Adrian West Band, Acoustic Rock & World Styles
Kevin Goldberg, Brandon Farmer, & Joe Hayes
Stories starts at 7:30pm
HOW THE FIRST LETTER WAS WRITTEN by Abe Bernstein
MY LIFE IN TANKA by Jeanne Lupton
WORK: IT’S MORE THAN JUST A 9 TO 5 JOB by Malcolm Grissom
WAS ENSLAVED & STILL FEELING THE FALL OUT by Lois Sanifu Kiney
TOO OLD TO BE THIS YOUNG by Laura Hedli
Blending acoustic rock and world styles, the Adrian West Band will perform the most storyesque songs from its repertoire plus a couple instrumentals. Infectious original songs and grooves featuring Adrian West on vocals, guitar, electric violin & live looping. Kevin Goldberg on bass, Brandon Farmer on drums, and Joe Hayes on sax, guitar, and vocals.
Jeanne Lupton is happy to be on the TIOT stage again. She writes tanka, a 5 line Japanese poetic form. She has hosted the poetry reading series at Frank Bette Center for the Arts in Alameda for ten years. Many thanks to coach Jeanne Hayes.
Abe Bernstein is an actor, improvisor, and storyteller. His most recent acting role was a Mortimer in “The Fantasticks.” He regularly performs in Bay Area senior centers and senior residences as a storyteller and as a member of Stagebridge’s Playback Theatre Troupe.
Malcolm Grissom is a storyteller, an Employment Counselor, a podcast host, a friend and a gentleman (sometimes). OnNovember 28, 2017, at TIOT he is going to premier the work-in-progress for his fourth show. And, with the production help of Rebecca and Bridget, and the assistance of the other performers, work hard to make this a night you won’t forget…until tomorrow.
Louis Sanifu Kiney. Life is its own story. Stagebridge gives me opportunity to practice in the “telling” and I am blessed to be part of its “telling.”
Laura Hedli is a writer and storyteller, and too old to be this young is a New York story that will debut at the Maui Fringe Theater Festival in January 2018. Laura’s articles on the arts have been published in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Philadelphia Inquirer, and American Theater, and online at stages.tdf.org, playbill.com, and solosundays.com/4for/. She also writes for science and works for Stanford University School of Medicine.
Buy Tix Online:
To purchase tickets online, please click on a date below
(please review price descriptions above):
- November 28, 2017 7:00 PMTell It On Tuesday 11-28-17 (Berkeley)
Buy Tix by phone:
Monday – Friday 1 – 4pm, 415.282.3055
(Additional service fees apply)