Due to popular demand, Don Reed’s wonderfully wild autobiographical trilogy Can You Dig It?: The ‘60s will transfer to The Marsh Berkeley. Hot on the heels of the hilarious and critically acclaimed East 14th and The Kipling Hotel, Reed (HBO, Snap Judgment, Amazon Prime) takes Bay Area audience members on a nostalgic ride through the amusing and oftentimes turbulent 1960s and beyond. Reed’s solo show takes place before his father became a pimp, before little Donnie was forced into that door-knocking religion, and includes some mind-blowing and unbelievably true tales never before revealed in the original production. From the Beatles to the Black Panthers, James Brown to the Jerk, MLK to JFK to the KKK—audiences will delight in living vicariously through the eyes of an awkward blinking kid just trying to fit in during the tumultuous ‘60s.
For tickets or more information, visit www.themarsh.org or call (415) 282-3055 (Monday through Friday, 1pm-4pm).