A solo show by Charlie Varon
developed with & directed by David Ford
Rush Limbaugh learns Spanish in Greenwich Village, falls in love with a feminist, plays Othello in New York's Central Park… Charlie's one-man, 20-character satiric feast is back!
The SF Chronicle gives Rush Limbaugh in Night School its highest rating. Read their mini-review.
Is Rush Limbaugh a demagogue?
Read Charlie's account of hearing a speech by Rush Limbaugh.
Rush Limbaugh in Night School opened at The Marsh in 1994, quickly became a hit, enjoyed a 7-month, sold-out run and won numerous awards, including the Will Glickman Award for best new play of the year in the Bay Area. Charlie went on to perform the show in Washington, DC, and Off Broadway in New York. Critics have called it "dazzlingly funny" (SF Chronicle), "a delight" (Washington Post), and "a comic tour de force" (The New Yorker). In the fall of 2004, Charlie mounted an updated and revised 10th Anniversary Edition of the show, which received rave reviews and played to sellout houses at The Marsh for 6 months.