A Killer Story: World Premiere of Digital Age Noir Thriller
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The last date listed for A Killer Story was Saturday May 18, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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This one-man show from Don Reed is a prequel to the actor-playwright-comedian's hilarious coming-of-age story East 14th, one of the longest-running solo shows in the Bay Area. In Can You Dig It? The '60s Back Down East 14th, Reed recounts his humble beginnings on East 14th Street just before his father headed off for the hustler's life in Oakland. From the Beatles to the Black Panthers, MLK to JFK to the KKK, Reed explores the 1960s through the eyes of an awkward kid who's just trying to fit in. A San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Nominee and NAACP double nominee for Best Actor and Best Playwright, Don Reed has performed, written and directed for film, television and theater, and is currently the warm-up comic for The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. Learn More
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Featured review from Madeline Lowe
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What a fun evening! Marsh Berkeley has a caberet with cocktails and small plates, tasty deviled eggs to go with... I had the Killer Cocktail, which is as much performance art as tasty beverage-- i vodka (or gin) and pomegranite syrup. and Killer Story was a dime novel Noir rendered Berkeley - stylish, funny, and surprising. Great acting, and interacting. Get there early to get good tables, which allow you to enjoy nibblies and drinks during the show. Absolutely would recommend it for visitors as well as young adults... no profanity, but lots of sly humor. Lots of fun references to The Maltese Falcon.
A Killer Story is recommended for those aged 13 or older.
A Killer Story
Written by Dan Harder
Performed by Ryan O’Donnell, Madeline H.D. Brown, and Robert Parsons
Directed by Michelle Hane