Monday Night MarshStream | 5-18

Welcome to Monday Night MarshStream!

As many of you know, The Marsh has postponed all in-person shows until further notice, but that won’t stop Monday Night Marsh from continuing to bring you the unique stories we all love. Monday Night MarshStream is our new Monday Night Marsh with a few twists. Every Monday at 7:30pm, we bring you 4 live pieces from performers, both familiar and new, via zoom. Audience members who attend the live stream will also get the chance to perform a short 5 to 10 minute piece! Will it be you? 

Join us every Monday at 7:30pm. Wonderful things can happen.

May 18

Mick Renner has been a college professor, a professional actor, and a technical writer. He started acting in the Bay Area in 1973, including work with Berkeley Rep, Eureka Theatre, Berkeley Shakespeare Festival and the Actors Ensemble. He has appeared recently in All the Way and Bright Star at CCCT, in The Gods are not Happy, and Othello at Inferno Theatre, and in The Cherry Orchard at the Town Hall Theatre.

Mick has developed two solo performances with David Ford: Velma and ADAPT. Velma was seen in 2012 at the Boulder and San Francisco Fringe Festivals. Currently in development, ADAPT is set during the aftermath of climate change. Excerpts have been performed in different venues around the SF Bay area. For more information:

Andy Graham is a Bay Area inventor, solo music performer, and producer. His live shows are performed using a special drum kit with rack-mounted didgeridoos and other instruments that he invented. For Monday Night MarshStream, Andy will play 2 of his latest pieces: “Lost in Tokyo” and “Primordial Soup.”

Calling all Storytellers!

Want the chance to tell your story on Monday Night MarshStream? Use the submission link below to submit your short 5 to 10 minutes piece. We feature new performers every week.

Submit Here!

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