My April Storytelling Gigs

‘Mysteries of Travel’  
‘The Great Debate’  
‘The Elevator in Rome’  

I’ll be telling some new stories at three gigs this month in San Francisco and Oakland. Storytelling in the oral tradition. No notes, no text. Hope you can make it! The Marsh venue is easily accessible on BART (or park nearby). And the Stagebridge telling is free.

MONDAY NIGHT MARSH

Monday  April 15 
& Monday April 29
at The Marsh in San Francisco

  • 7 pm doors open / 7:30 performances
  • 1062 Valencia Street @ 22nd Street, San Francisco 94110
  • 7-minute WALK from 24th Street Mission BART station
  • OR PARK around the corner at Mission Bartlett Garage, 3522 – 21st Street, San Francisco
  • $8 – $15 sliding scale
  • Also on the bill:
    • Stories by Denise Dee, S. Michael Perlmutter & Victoria Wolfe, Heidi Borst, and The Book of Jones

LUNCHTIME STORYTELLING

Thursday  April 18
at Stagebridge in Oakland

  • 12 noon – 1 pm
  • In the Choir Room at Stagebridge, in the First Congregational Church, 2501 Harrison Street @ 27th Street, Oakland 94612
  • Free
  • Also on the bill:
    • Story by Sally Holzman

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Click here for video of my February storytelling gig
at Tell It On Tuesday in Berkeley

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