Tag: Marsh

‘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…

3 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…

8 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…

8 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…

11 months 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

Poet Al Letson has a moving ‘Summer of Sanctuary’

There are many parts of Al Letson’s one-man show that are truly moving. One is when he, a black man,…

2 years ago