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The Marsh Berkeley
Between Shattuck and Oxford 2120 Allston Way Berkeley, CA 94704
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Marga Gomez's "Not Getting Any Younger"
15 ratings
4.2 average rating
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31 reviews
31 stars
attended May 19 2012

Marga's first act was filled with longer stories and started off a little slow on the comedy side, but the second half was full of quicker stories, deeper connections and side-splitting laughter. She has a great way of storytelling about her own...continued

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237 reviews
158 stars
attended Jun 23 2012

Hot dog show! All new matierial! (We had seen her both as the host, and one of the comics often at the Marsh) Poignant and hilarious, Marga's observations on Forever 21, blouses with long openings, (so true!) and the "you're welcome" riff...continued

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24 reviews
12 stars
attended Jun 23 2012

This is a very funny show--all that I had heard about it is true. The impersonations of MOM were terrific

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Quotes & Highlights

Check out the great member reviews the show got at The Marsh San Francisco.
See 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_


After a successful run at The Marsh San Francisco, Marga Gomez’s Not Getting Any Younger is moving to The Marsh Berkeley. Marga Gomez spills the beans in her 9th solo show, 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. _