LGBTQ Comedy Night
Live and In Person at The Marsh Berkeley Cabaret!
Our fabulous Marsh bartender Ripley steps out from behind the bar and back onto the stage…what could go wrong???
Online ticket sales close 2 hours before each performance,
and additional tickets may be available for purchase at the door.
Sunday, June 18 at 7pm
Doors/Bar Opens at 6pm
Tickets: $15 – $25 General Seating sliding scale
Online ticket sales close 2 hours before each performance, and additional tickets may be available for purchase at the door.
90 minutes | No Intermission | Ages 15+ Please do not bring infants to the show
Masks strongly suggested but no longer required
About the Show
Our fabulous Marsh bartender, Ripley, steps out from behind the bar and back onto the stage…what could go wrong??? A night of LGBTQ performers, some stand up, some improve, and cheap drinks!
Kenny Yun has performed in classical and modern plays, standup comedy, and solo theatre. His solo shows have run at The Marsh. He has taught, directed, and coached solo theatre performers for over a decade.
Julia Jackson is a comedienne a solo artist known for her biting social commentary, as well as actually biting audience members from time to time. The Milwaukee native takes on all topics, from politicians to the NFL. This rising comedy star has performed at the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland, and was a Semi-Finalist in the San Francisco International comedy Competition. her solo performance piece “children Are Forever: All Sales Are Final” won the Best Non-Fiction Show at the 2016 United Solo Festival in New York. Julia has appeared in the film “From X to Z” and has worked with Robin Williams, Dana Carvey, and Paul Mooney.
Annie Larson is a San Francisco bay Area native actor, improviser and singer, and has performed on numerous bay area, and national stages. Favorite roles include: Hannah Pitt, Ethel Rosenberg, Roy Cohn’s Doctor, Angels in America (Theater Shark), 3rd Watcher The Mariner, (Third Cloud from the Left) Peter Quince, Midsummer Night’s Dream (B8 Theatre), Eloise, Speakeasy, White Cat Up Your Ass (George Coates productions), and Patty Polito in the upcoming series: Lesbians Straits (Margo Dean productions). Watch for it! Annie is a founding member, along with Karen Ripley and Teresa Chandler of “Over Our Heads” Improv troupe.
Karen Ripley came on to the gay comedy scene in 1977 in San Francisco. There were 5 of us. From the cover of the East Bay Express with Whoopi Goldberg to Ms. Magazines top o100 Lesbian Comic. 2005 SF Fringe Best Musical Comedy with Annie Larson in the original play “Show me Where It Hurts,” and 2006 Diva Fest with “waiting FEMA.” Ripley has traveled all over the USA and the Carribean. 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. Ripley has recently come out of retirement due to the hate running around the country . Most recent work, solo stories. The Funeral and memories of Resistance. Played Penny Palmer in the film “Lesbian Straights.”