Venue Details

168 Star Starred
The Marsh Berkeley
Between Shattuck and Oxford 2120 Allston Way Berkeley, CA 94704
415-641-0235
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Denise M.
Apparently some patrons got dinner with their ticket, but others could only purchase clam chowder for an additional $5, during the intermission.
Nantucket dining May 30 2014 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
Drinks from next door bar allowed inside. Can eat before- maybe only appetizers though. Afterwards, get drink and listen to live music at Jupiter, across the street.
Don Reed's East 14th: True Tales of a Reluctant Player dining Mar 24 2014 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

58 ratings
4.2 average rating
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15 events
3 reviews
91 stars
attended Jan 23 2014

Wonderful performance from a thoughtful elastic mind and body.
Bravo!

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0 stars
attended Jan 30 2014

Geoff Hoyle is amazing. It was a solo show but there were at least a dozen characters on stage. I wish I had a video of the performance: there were so many things I'd like to see again and again and study. The audience was the "geezer"...continued

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attended Jan 25 2014

Superb performance, great writing and thinking both. A total riot, it really hit home r.e. vulnerability to aging. Geoff Hoyle is a master!

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Website

http://themarsh.org/?p=1505

Quotes & Highlights

“… The fusing of of mesmeric physical performance, searching autobiography, subtle humor, raucous hilarity, and tender regard …” –Robert Avila, San Francisco Bay-Guardian
“… perhaps the most poignant and personal of the comic’s great canon …” –Bay Area News Group
Check out the rave reviews Goldstar members gave this show at the Marsh in San Francisco.

Description

Written & Performed by

Geoff Hoyle

Developed & directed with

David Ford

The performance runs 110 minutes. There’s one intermission.