Tag: Marsh

Eliza Gibson’s ‘A.I. Therapist’ provides comfort

In her solo show “Bravo 25: Your A.I. Therapist Will See You Now” at The Marsh, Eliza Gibson cleverly imagines…

4 weeks ago

‘Stop Stopping’ an amusing, if slight, self-help satire

On opening night of his presentation at The Marsh in San Francisco, Dale Thorhammer, a self-described “success coach to the…

5 months ago

Jill Vice shows versatility in ‘Fatal Step’

“A Fatal Step,” which Jill Vice calls “the outrageous one-woman noir,” plays like a mini-movie in which the wildly talented…

10 months ago

‘Stroke of Luck’ a story of family, survival

In her solo show at The Marsh, Diane Barnes asks some provocative questions, such as: “Did I need a stroke…

10 months ago

Charlie Varon serves up comfort food in ‘Storyborscht’

At the outset of his new storytelling session, with dining, Charlie Varon proudly points to the sign on the wall…

1 year ago

Dan Hoyle dials into life beyond the cell phone at the Marsh

At the outset of “Each and Every Thing,” Dan Hoyle greets his audience, “Let’s take a deep breath and turn…

1 year ago

‘Holding the Edge’ a touching look at living and dying

In “Holding the Edge,” her one-woman show at The Marsh in San Francisco, Elaine Magree tells a story of one…

2 years ago

Maureen Langan an engaging garbageman’s daughter

The title of Maureen Langan’s solo show, “Daughter of a Garbageman,” now at The Marsh, may be unprepossessing, but make…

2 years ago