About The Marsh Berkeley
The Marsh began with a creative vision. The name, The Marsh, a breeding ground for new performance, came out of several months Stephanie Weisman spent living on the edge of a marsh writing and watching the rich interplay between the different elements that created the landscape. The Marsh, it seemed like a perfect metaphor for artistic development in the urban environment.
It is about transformation, possibilities and community. Most people first come to The Marsh as audience members, but they often end up more actively involved: enrolling in a workshop, coming to a sing-along night, volunteering their services, participating in The Marsh’s internship program or maybe even testing their talents as a Monday night performer. The Marsh provides an encouraging place for both audiences and performers to branch out and offers opportunities for every level of involvement.
Tickets and Upcoming Events
Saturday, July 26Semi-Famous: Hollywood Hell Tales from the Middle5:00pm
Sunday, July 27Semi-Famous: Hollywood Hell Tales from the Middle7:00pm
Saturday, August 2Semi-Famous: Hollywood Hell Tales from the Middle5:00pm
Sunday, August 3Semi-Famous: Hollywood Hell Tales from the Middle7:00pm
Saturday, August 9Semi-Famous: Hollywood Hell Tales from the Middle5:00pm
Sunday, August 24Semi-Famous: Hollywood Hell Tales from the Middle7:00pm
Sunday, September 7Semi-Famous: Hollywood Hell Tales from the Middle7:00pm
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