Solo Arts Heal w Adam Strauss


Wednesday, April 29 | 7:30 PDT

“Arrestingly honest and howlingly funny” – Chicago Tribune 

Join Adam Strauss for an evening psychedelic medicine. Adam will perform excerpts from The Mushroom Cure, followed by a discussion and Q&A with a Madison Margolin, founder of the psychedelic magazine Doubleblind, and Danielle Negrin, Executive Director of the San Francisco Psychedelic Society

The Mushroom Cure is the true tale of Adam Strauss’ attempt to treat his debilitating OCD with psychedelics, developed with and directed by Jonathan Libman. It’s enjoyed extended, sold-out runs in New York, Chicago, and at the Marsh’s San Francisco and Berkeley theaters. 

“Mines a great deal of laughter from disabling pain” –New York Times.

“Riveting; a true-life tour de force” (Critics’ Pick) –Time Out New York

“Hugely intelligent” -The Scotsman.

“A revelation” -Broadway Baby. Winner – New York Fringe Festival Overall Excellence Award

Watch it in our Zoom Studio –
Zoom Studio Audience
7:00pm Zoom Studio Audience opens for our
Marsh Membership Holders
7:15pm Zoom Studio Audience opens for Marshians
7:30pm Live MarshStream Program starts

We have a 300 audience limit in our Zoom Room so
please head over to our YouTube channel
for additional live viewing.

See April 22nd episode of Solo Arts Heal
with Samuel A. Simon HERE

See April 15th episode of Solo Arts Heal
with Joanna Rush HERE

Solo Arts Heal performers present real-life, empowering stories. Transformative experiences for audiences. A theater of resilience that celebrates overcoming mental and physical life challenges and offers hope and inspiration. SOLO ARTS HEALS will include excerpts, talkback, and Q&A that provide education and advocacy. Readings or clips of performances will be shared by artists in conversation with Gail Schickele, whose work as a manager and producer of solo artists inspired collaboration of performing arts presenters with artists on a medical track based on their personal experience. The collective creative vision? To help communities through educational outreach and the healing power of the Arts.