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Ady Lady has amusing realizations about everyday life in San Francisco in “From Piss to Bliss.” (Courtesy Clay Rosenthal)

Ady Lady ponders salvation vs. shame in funny solo show

“I saw a muzzled dog vomit on the bus.” That first line…

 

‘Feisty’ has the laughs but feels a bit thin

Bernie, the titular “Feisty Old Jew” in playwright-performer Charlie Varon’s short, new…

 

Courtesy photoWonders of technology: Charlie Varon and Jeri Lynn Cohen play several characters whose personal lives become Internet sensations.

Amusing, profound ponderings in ‘Viral’

“FWD: Life Gone Viral” is about much more than the foibles of…

 

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Don Reed looking back hilariously at the ’80s

In his funny one-man show “The Kipling Hotel” onstage at The Marsh…

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Courtesy photoOne man’s challenge: Brian Copeland describes his bouts with depression in his new solo show “The Waiting Period.”

Brian Copeland genuinely tackles a touchy subject

“How are you?” That’s the cheerful, empty question that Brian Copeland faces…

Courtesy photoOne man’s challenge: Brian Copeland describes his bouts with depression in his new solo show “The Waiting Period.”
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Check out The Residents new project at The Marsh in Berkeley

Brilliant Bay Area art-rock collective The Residents have been entertaining us with…

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Live-in waiter: In his new one-man show

More wild and crazy Don Reed adventures in ‘The Kipling Hotel’

Anybody who witnessed Don Reed’s stellar performance during the 2½-year run of…

Live-in waiter: In his new one-man show

Geoff Hoyle is a geriatric gas in ‘Geezer’

Geoff Hoyle is such a superbly physical comic actor, it’s hard to…

‘Bubble Show’ a wet, wild time

The title “The World’s Funniest Bubble Show” is not an exaggeration, and…

Marsh youths follow bright path

What a wonderful idea for the holidays: a show about finding true…

The woman behind The Marsh

If you’re at Fort Funston early in the morning and see a…