Review: Magnificent ‘feet’ is accomplished in The Marsh’s ‘A Fatal Step’

Jill Vice saunters onto the black stage, her razor red lipstick sharpened for a thorough examination of the heart. She speaks with a period-style trill, a trill that shakes the … Continue reading Review: Magnificent ‘feet’ is accomplished in The Marsh’s ‘A Fatal Step’

‘Fun, heart and smart’ are the centerpieces’ of Langan’s ‘Daughter of a Garbage Man’ at the Marsh

There are a few things Maureen Langan does not endorse when it comes to achieving fame. They include, yet are not limited to the following, in no particular order: Showing … Continue reading ‘Fun, heart and smart’ are the centerpieces’ of Langan’s ‘Daughter of a Garbage Man’ at the Marsh

Holt shares her passion for a French icon in The Marsh’s ‘Colette Uncensored’

There is not one specific thing that fascinates Lorri Holt about French renaissance woman Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette. It’s not just the phenomenal storytelling ability, a woman who penned the French classic … Continue reading Holt shares her passion for a French icon in The Marsh’s ‘Colette Uncensored’

On love and polaroids: Gomez’ solo show moves to The Marsh in Berkeley

Ask solo performer and comedienne Marga Gomez about her love life, and she’ll pull no punches. At present, Gomez is three years out of her last relationship, which she says … Continue reading On love and polaroids: Gomez’ solo show moves to The Marsh in Berkeley