Tell it on Tuesday celebrates the expression of individual storytelling and solo performance. Coming together as a community to share works crafted by theater artists and storytellers, we provide an East Bay home to the solo performer.

The last Tuesday of almost every month!

Tickets Sliding Scale $8-15 at the Door

Producers:
Bridget Frederick, Rebecca Fisher

Advisory Committee:
 
Charlie Varon, David Ford, Jeff Raz, Bruce Pachtman

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TELL IT ON TUESDAY ARCHIVES - 2022


Tuesday, April 26, 2022

STORIES:

  • Lisa Rothman, Work From Home: Well That’s Fun
  • Jeremy Greco, The Big Snap
  • Kirk Waller, Diary of a Mad Black Man: Troy Talk

A B O U T   T H E   P E R F O R M E R S

Lisa Rothman, Work From Home: Well That’s Fun
Lisa Rothman’s critically acclaimed shows include Date Night at Pet Emergency and Dragon in the Drop-Off Lane have sold outShe works from her home with Oakland along with her husband where his desk is in the hallway, right in front of the bathroom door. Benefit performances of Work From Home: Well That’s Fun - the show that layout inspired - have raised $30,000 for worthy organizations. Lisa also does an online version for organizations with remote teams at places like Oracle and Facebook. 

Jeremy Greco, The Big Snap
Jeremy Greco’s first solo show, "With Held," was based on six months of interviews with San Francisco mail artist and writer John Held Jr. His most recent solo work, "Keeping Up with the Jorgensons"at the 2017 San Francisco Fringe Festival (“Best of” award honors), New York's United Solo Theater Festival in 2018, a Discovery Run at The Marsh Theater in San Francisco, the 2019 Whitefire's Solo Fest in LA and at the Dallas Solo Festival. Both shows were directed by Mark Kenward.

Kirk Waller, Diary of a Mad Black Man: Troy Talk
Kirk Waller is fresh off of the Pittsburg Community Theatre's production of August Wilson's Fences and Troy Maxson is still lingering, trying to break out. Kirk tells stories, acts, sings (doesn't dance any more) plays instruments and bakes cakes!


Tuesday, March 29th, 2022

STORIES:

  • Barbara Brady, Modess…because
  • David Rathod, Night Flight 
  • Mark McGoldrick, Dog People (an excerpt) 

A B O U T   T H E   P E R F O R M E R S

Barbara Brady is a writer, singer and performer, based in the San Francisco Bay Area. In addition to Tell It On Tuesday, her 2022 schedule includes Rogue Performance Festival (Fresno, CA) in March and Orlando Fringe Festival in May.
 
David Rathod is a filmmaker who lives and works in San Francisco. He’s directed music videos, films, documentaries, commercials, and made a few hundred promotional films for companies. Having grown up in India, he’s exploring his connection to that crucial part of his life. And for fun, he makes cycling videos, which can be found on YouTube.

Mark McGoldrick has presented two acclaimed full-length shows at The Marsh (The Golden Hammer, 2005 (reprised in 2016); and Countercoup, 2007 (reprised in 2021 on Zoom). He recently retired from the Alameda County Public Defender’s Office where he represented poor people in the criminal courts for 27 years. In 2022, he assumed part time duties at the Formerly Incarcerated People’s Performance Project (FIPP). Mark’s stories often concern the world of indigent criminal defense and disability. He broke his neck in the early 1980s and uses a wheelchair. Countercoup is available on The MarshStream


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Bridget Frederick and Rebecca Fisher

bridget.frederick@gmail.com and rebecca@rebeccamfisher.com



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