Venue Details

22 Star Starred
The Marsh Upstairs Studio Theater
1062 Valencia Street San Francisco, CA 94110
415-826-5750
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The weather was warm. I wore blue jeans, comfortable shoes.
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If you cannot find street parking. Park in the garage on 21 street. It only cost us 13 dollars. Street parking is hard to fine.
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.6 average rating
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James Red Velvet
108 events
107 reviews
21 stars
attended Feb 25 2012

Really good fun. Very clever story telling with some very pithy perspectives on life. Loved her impersonations of her mom. Many great laughs, but not quite rolling on the floor... thus not quite 5 stars. I'd certainly see her again... probably her...continued

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6 reviews
15 stars
attended Sep 10 2011

Marga Gomez is not a traditional comedian, and that is a good thing. She invites her audience to share experiences and derives humor from the journey. I have enjoyed her gentle humor for years. As I am not getting any younger either, she...continued

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James Red Velvet
108 events
107 reviews
21 stars
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Website

http://www.themarsh.org/marga_gomez.html

Quotes & Highlights

Check out Marga Gomez’s website, which includes a blog, video, podcasts and more.
“Gomez’s wickedly sharp comic timing and easy connection with the audience are as keen as ever.” San Francisco Chronicle
“A woman to watch … a comic marksman_." —The New York Times_

Description

_*Not Getting Any Younger

*_Written and Performed by Marga Gomez

DIrected by Ellen Sebastian Chang*

Marga Gomez* spills the beans in a workshop production of her 9th solo show, Not Getting Any Younger, a comedy about lies, vanity, and the good old days.  Marga’s coming-of-age story begins in a dairy cow’s boudoir in the Bronx and hurtles towards a ‘Forever 21’ department store in downtown San Francisco.  Lauded for her honesty as an out gay comedian before it was safe to do so, she has actually been a master of deception in other ways. Now the cagey monologist unburdens herself and brings her riskiest revelation to the stage because Marga Gomez is Not Getting Any Younger_. *

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