Tell It On Tuesday – April 30th

Violet Juno will be performing at Tell It on Tuesday at the Marsh Theatre in Berkeley. Tell It On Tuesday is a monthly event that celebrates the expression of individual storytelling and solo performance. Violet will be performing an excerpt from her new performance “Romancing Variable X.”  More info is below and also at the Tell It On Tuesday web site and the Marsh Theatre web site.

TELL IT ON TUESDAY
Exploring the potential of individual stories

April 30, 2013
Musical opening at 7pm / Stories start at 7:30

The Marsh Berkeley (formerly Gaia Arts Center)
2120 Allston Way (just off Shattuck), Berkeley

Tickets $8 – $15 at the door only.

STORIES*

Violet Juno, “Romancing Variable X”
Kevin Rolston, “Schadenfeuer the Dragon; Part One: it takes two”
Cassie Angley, “Split Chicks”
Michael O’Brien, “Go, Don’t Go April.”

* Please note: This is not the order of performance. Also, these stories contain adult material – not recommended for children.

MUSIC: Frank Chigas and Laura Wachtel, singers/songwriters, vocals/guitars, alt/folk

ABOUT THE PERFORMERS

Frank Chigas and Laura Wachtel met during preparations for a Sci-Fi drama improv show and discovered a musical affinity.


Violet Juno creates interdisciplinary performance often combining storytelling with sculptural props, drawing, movement and sound. Juno has performed and exhibited at over 70 theaters in 30 cities in the United States, Canada and Scotland. She also performs in the sound performance duo RED VIXA and creates site-specific performance in unusual urban and natural environments. www.violetharlo.com

Kevin Rolston is an actor, writer, director, teaching theater artist and performance coach.  He and his man/spouse, (poet Ronald Palmer), have lived in San Francisco for ten years.  Their dog/child, (Kylie Fantastic), likes long walks on the beach, naps and cookies.

Cassie Angley performed, trained, and wrote in New York City for over 15 years, where she wrote, produced, and often performed in more than 12 original plays and musicals. She received a fellowship from the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theater Workshop where she studied as a lyricist and book writer. Most recently she performed her one woman show Finding the Michaels in NYC in the United Solo Theatre Festival and Estrogenius Festival, and at the San Francisco Marsh as part of their Marsh Rising series.

Michael O’Brien is a San Francisco-based writer, performer and improviser, original member of The National Theatre of the Deranged, and co-creator of “Tips on Travel with Karl & Carl” heard frequently on NPR.


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