Corey Fischer takes a trip down memory lane.
Maria Grazia Affinito’s solo show Eating Pasta Off the Floor is a bittersweet delight.
The Marsh is
crowdfunding for a year of free performances of The Waiting Period, Brian Copeland’s monologue about suicidal depression, in hopes that the people who need it most will get a chance to see it. Read all about it in my article on KQED Arts. Read more
Solo theater artist Echo Brown’s lighthearted dating story packs a devastating wallop.
From a fool and a pack of puppets, two offbeat takes on Lear.
Don Reed becomes nine unforgettable characters who all chafe at being stereotyped — and at being in the DMV line — in his new solo show at the Marsh.
The long wait is over! Here are my Top 10 Bay Area shows of 2014, on KQED Arts!
The sheer volume of great theater going on around the Bay Area can be daunting. I’ve picked out a
An 18-year-old solo performer embodies many people from many religions on a personal search for God.
Charlie Varon is one of those artists who are pretty much synonymous with the Marsh. He’s been a mainstay and artist-in-residence at the hub for solo performance for more than 20 years, creating hilarious and thought-provoking multicharacter one-man shows from 1994’s Rush Limbaugh in Night School to 2009’s Rabbi Sam. Certainly not all of these have been in the same style, and his last show, 2012’s Fwd: Life Gone Viral, even brought in a second performer, Jeri Lynn Cohen. Even so, Varon’s latest piece, Feisty Old Jew, feels like a departure or a new direction.