Sunday June 27, 2021 at 5:00pm PT
Talk to your People
Live! With a limited amount of tickets to keep it cozy.
Marsh Favorite Dan Hoyle is coming to MarshStream!
Dan Hoyle has been creating new characters and monologues while in quarantine. Some based on real people he’s chatted with on beaches and parks, others wildly satirical sui-generis creations. As the show evolves, he’s begun to focus more on people dealing with our country’s racial reckoning, provoked by a director friend last summer who said to “talk to your people.”
Come see the process!
Join Dan Hoyle and an ever evolving new cast of characters for an intimate night of online theater, comedy, and community, with an interactive post-show hang.
About the Performer
Dan Hoyle is an Oakland-based actor and playwright. His brand of journalistic theater has been hailed as “riveting, funny and poignant” (New York Times) and “hilarious, moving and very necessary” (Salon). His solo shows EACH AND EVERYTHING, THE REAL AMERICANS, TINGS DEY HAPPEN, FLORIDA 2004: THE BIG BUMMER, and CIRCUMNAVIGATOR–all created and premiered at The Marsh Theater in his native San Francisco–have toured the country and overseas including Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater (NYC), Culture Project (NYC), Berkeley Repertory Theater, Baltimore Center Stage, Cleveland Playhouse, Mosaic Theater Company (D.C.), Portland Center Stage, Playmakers Rep (North Carolina), Painted Bride (Philadelphia), The Park in Calcutta, India, the Samuel Beckett Theater in Dublin, Ireland, and a U.S. State Department-sponsored five-city tour of Nigeria. As an actor, Hoyle recently appeared in Widowers’ Houses at Aurora Theater Company in Berkeley and Off-Broadway in Samantha Chanse’s FRUITING BODIES at The Sheen Center. His multi-actor plays include GAME ON, co-written with Tony Taccone, (TBA award for Outstanding New Play) THE BLOCK, which had a critically acclaimed run Off-Broadway in Spring 2016 (Working Theater), and GROW, a Northern California marijuana comic thriller, which premiered at Mendocino College in Ukiah, CA. He has been an artist-in-residence at Trinity College, Dublin and Columbia University’s Heyman Center for Humanities.