Venue Details

The Marsh Berkeley
Between Shattuck and Oxford 2120 Allston Way Berkeley, CA 94704
415-641-0235
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4.7 / 5 Rated by 61 members
Anthony / Edmonia Moore
Review from Anthony / Edmonia Moore
Red Velvet 81 events 32 reviews

Same script, different title. Became boring since we had seen Don Reed's script on a different headline/title with same introduction to his life. Great for night out on the town for someone who has never seen Don Reed.

Don Reed is an...continued

reviewed Sep 21 2013 report as inappropriate
Claire Risley
Review from Claire Risley
616 events 277 reviews

Music and seating be4 show started, got good seats, laughed the whole time with empathy at excellent stories. Very able to reach a large number of folks who could sympathise or empathise with his amazing events. He masterfully crafted the stories...continued

reviewed Sep 14 2013 report as inappropriate
Dennis Roberts
Review from Dennis Roberts
72 events 53 reviews

This was a wonderful end to his two previous pieces. What an incredible multitalented. His dancing throughout was especially fun.

He just announced that the show will continue to, I believe, Dec 2nd. Urge your friends to go

reviewed Oct 20 2013 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

“Flat-out hilarious.” -KQED
“Reed streches his elastic features and voice to inhabit people of every race, age and gender.” -San Francisco Chronicle
“Not since John Leguizamo morphed from character to character in his now-famous early solo shows about his youth has there been an actor quite as accomplished in such theatrical daring-do as Don Reed.” —Theatermania

Description

Running time one hour and 30 minutes, with one intermission.

This show contains mature themes and adult language.

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