Steve Budd, who is set to perform Thursdays and Saturdays July 19 - August 18, will have a special one-afternoon-only performance of his hit show What They Said About Love at 2pm, Sunday, August 12. Berkeley audiences had several opportunities to experience a variety of post-show events, which will continue during his show’s San Francisco run (see specific dates and speakers below). Highlights include a lecture/Q&A session with Astrologer David Young and Enneagram expert Beatrice Chestnut.
“The Making of What They Said About Love” with David Ford, who has been collaborating on new and unusual theater for three decades and has been associated with The Marsh for most of that time. The San Francisco press has variously called him “the solo performer maven,” “the monologue maestro,” “the dean of solo performance,” and “the solo performer’s best friend.” Collaborators include Geoff Hoyle, Echo Brown, Brian Copeland, Charlie Varon, Marilyn Pittman, Rebecca Fisher, Wayne Harris, and Marga Gomez. As a director, Mr. Ford has directed both solo and ensemble work regionally at The Public Theater, Second Stage, St. Clement’s, Dixon’s Place, One Dream Theatre, and Theatre for the New City (NY), Highways Performance Space (LA), and Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company (DC), as well as at theaters around the Bay Area including Magic Theatre and Marin Theatre Company. He is also a published playwright.
For information or to order tickets visit themarsh.org or call (415) 282-3055 (Monday through Friday, 1pm-4pm).