"Exquisitely crafted... captivating theater." theidiolect.com

"Fresh and beautiful... Charlie Varon is a bard." DC Metro Theater Arts

Coming to The Berkeley Marsh!
10 shows only, Feb 21- March 22

with special opening performances by guest artists - see below!

OPENING ACTS & OTHER SPECIAL EVENTS:

 

Sat Feb 21: 

Berkeley premiere of FEISTY features free servings of Stephanie Weisman’s incredible noodle kugel plus special opening guest, Jeff Greenwald, telling his story "Riddle of the Sphinx," a hilarious tale of an American traveler at the Saudi border.

 

Sun Feb 22: 

Show opens with comedian Don Reed, giving a sneak peek of his new show “Stereotypo”: The DMV -- Everybody gets a number.  Everybody's got a story. But it may not be... the one you expect.

 

Sat Feb 28: 

Special pre-Purim show co-sponsored by Lehrhaus Judaica. Opening act: Peretz Wolf-Prusantells stories of Jewish survival by wit and foolishness.

 

Sun March 1: 

Show opens with an excerpt of David Jacobson’s wild new story “Uncle Jack”: He’s got a fake right arm, dung beetles are his heroes, and then Helen Keller read his lips. Stay after the show for jazz and Jupiter's pizza in the Marsh Cabaret.

 

Sat March 7: 

David Kleinberg kicks off the evening with an excerpt of his powerful stage memoir of the Vietnam War, “Hey, Hey LBJ!”

 

Sun March 8: 

Opening act: Paul Sussman gives a taste of his new comic monologue “There Goes the Hood 1.0”: Has it always been Winners and Losers? Ask a Neanderthal! If you can find one.



Watch video trailer
Read a Q&A with Charlie about the show