BILLY SOLO 2020 — Tickets On Sale Now

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Tickets On Sale Now
BILLY SOLO 2020
Tales of Travel

All-New, One-Hour Storytelling Soirée Salon 
with BILL ZARCHY

FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 2020
7 to 8:30 pm / Doors open at 6:45.
SILK ROAD HOUSE, 1944 University Avenue #107, Berkeley CA 94704
(6-minute walk from Downtown Berkeley BART Station)

SUGGESTED DONATION: $10
Refreshments will be served! No one turned away for lack of funds.

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A playful, poignant potpourri — Stories of Personal, Family, Business, and Mythical Travel — told in the timeless oral tradition: no notes, no text.

“Unimpeachable” — Wireless Magazine
“A very stable genius” — Vladimir Putin
“So why couldn’t he be a doctor?” — Bill’s mom
“Bagels can’t be choosers” — Harpo Marx

BILL ZARCHY filmed projects on six continents during his 40 years as a Cinematographer.  Now he likes to write novels, tell tales, and talk of many things.  He is a graduate of the EPIC Storytelling Program at Stagebridge in Oakland.

Proceeds benefit the Storytelling Association of California.
Questions? Contact billzarchy@gmail.com

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