Age Just a Number for Comic Lynn Ruth Miller in Eat Your Heart Out, Joan Rivers
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You don't work with jazz greats like Diane Schuur, Stan Getz and Bobby McFerrin without showing some serious chops. Pianist Denny Berthiaume brings those and more to the stage for a weekly jam session featuring a special female guest vocalist and a rotating lineup of talented musicians for his trio. Once the co-leader of the famed fusion ensemble Solar Plexus, Berthiaume has since appeared at the San Jose Jazz Festival, Jazz Camp West and the Piedmont Piano Company. Please see the full event description for a schedule of upcoming performers. Learn More
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Some friends and I went for a girls' night out and were expecting to see comedy, but Lynn Ruth asked if she could change the format to a Jewish night. We were fine with that, and enjoyed Yiddish songs from a young singer before Lynn Ruth took the stage and shared a number of deeply moving stories from her past. She's an amazing story teller and we enjoyed our evening very much. There were a few glitches, though. One was the opening act, Dr. Allen, a psychologist who is a fledgling comedian. He told an appalling story about losing his virginity that was not funny and frankly sickening. Hopefully he'll have better material next time. Second, the door to the room where we were seated broke, and our poor server had to squeeze in and out all night. We spoke with the owner of Angelica's afterward, and he mentioned plans to remodel, which the building clearly needs. My friends and I would love to go back and see Lynn Ruth's comedy act and we recommend both her show and Angelica's.
About the Ticket Supplier: Lynn Ruth MillerLynn Ruth Miller is a renaissance woman who wears many hats. She entertains audiences of all ages with comedy and song. She is living proof that the older you are, the more fun you have.
Lynn Ruth has taught workshops throughout the country and abroad. Her writing has been published in more than 100 outlets nationwide and she has read passages from her books all over the US and abroad. Sprinkling humor with a touch of nostalgia, her works focus on topics that touch us all: the changing role of women, all-too-common eating disorders, growing old and the general idiosyncrasies of today's society. Her work can be viewed on her website www.lynnruthmiller.com.