Tell It On Tuesday

In Person at The Marsh Berkeley 
Music starts at 6:45pm
Stories start at 7:15pm

Hosted by Rebecca Fisher and Bridget Frederick

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.

Last Tuesday of the Month
Live In Person & Streaming Online

Upcoming Performances August 29th and October 24th
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Online ticket sales close 2 hours before each performance,
and additional tickets may be available for purchase at the door.

As of June 10, 2023, face masks are strongly encouraged but no longer required

Watch on Zoom

August 29, 2023

with musical guests & storytellers

Musical Guest – 6:45pm

Kadie Kelly
piano, guitar, vocals

Bay Area creative, Kadie Kelly, writes music, poetry, and hybrid memoir-like material. 

Storytellers – 7:15pm

Tripping Balls with Washington

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY: Ike Torres is a master of blending theatre, spoken word, and comedy to create unforgettable solo shows and performances. With a unique artistic vision, Ike takes audiences on transformative journeys, challenging conventions and evoking laughter and introspection. From intimate venues to national stages, his work has captivated audiences across the country.

Four Legs and a Funeral

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY: Cathy Bowman is an award-winning cartoonist, writer and illustrator interested in the intersection of words and pictures and how we tell our stories. Before becoming an educator, she served in the Peace Corps and worked as a journalist. Born and raised in the Bay Area, she makes art, writes and teaches.

my brilliant career

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY: Neshama Franklin has been telling stories ever since she could talk. She got her professional start in ’89 at Marin County Library where she still works, and  has performed  all over the place ever since. She tells both personal and folk tales.She also has a radio show on KWMR and a weekly blog at Marin County Library.  Check her out on YouTube.

LetGovia: Ina Box, to the Left

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY: Ed Klaus has a burning “create or die” passion. Naturally in tune with his emotions since a child, he paints every scene with authentic passion, whether on stage or behind the camera. He studied acting at University of Wisconsin-Madison and flexed his performance prowess on many collegiate ensembles. When he is not acting, Ed transforms into Mr Klaus, an elementary school teacher with a heart of gold.

Show Information

Tickets: $10 – $20 General Seating sliding scale
Tickets can be purchased in advance or at the door
Last Tuesday of the Month | Berkeley TheaterStage
Showtime 7:00pm

For more information on the sliding scale ticketing policy, late seating and reserved seating please click here.

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Face Coverings are required

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