Laugh with Margery Kreitman

Kreitman, News

Please join us 8pm Tues, April 10 for LAUGH LINES
An evening of humor, gaiety, and scandalous recollections with
MARGERY KREITMAN & FRIENDS

The Marsh
Tues, April 10, 2007, 8pm
1062 Valencia (between 21st and 22nd), San Francisco
Parking garage on 21st at Valencia
Admission: $5 donation
No reservations

One night only!

Monologist/playwright Margery Kreitman reads and performs from her autobiographical musings
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My mother, my adultress * Freudian blips * It’s not really shoplifting * The perils of promiscuity: more meditations on sleeping around * I thought he/she/it really loved me * Coming out: sexual perversity in Petaluma * Lesbohemian seeks same …
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AND LOTS MORE! plus 2 SHORT SCENES by Margery with Linda Ayres Frederick*, Paul Gerroir, Dennis McIntyre*, and Fred Hartman*
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*courtesy of actors equity

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Magic Reading of Rutherford’s Walls of Glass

News, Rutherford

San Francisco’s MAGIC THEATRE will perform a staged reading of WALLS OF GLASS, by Stanley Rutherford.

The date: Monday, April 9th
The time: 7:00 p.m.
The place: Magic Theatre, which is located in Building D, at Fort Mason (across from the Marina Safeway) in San Francisco. (More info later.)

Glass-walled, floor-through condominium on the 29th floor of a just-built 50-floor building located in what sounds a lot like Manhattan. 50ish couple, Alexa and Raul, move in with the interior still bare, and begin to figure out how to build it out. They engage a couple of designers (Mario and Serena, young and attractive), and a “space therapist” (Dr. Bentwood, very demented). The action follows the emotional convolutions of Raul and Alexa’s relationship, the marriage-threatening anxiety of creating their “dream space,” their sexually-charged tango with Serena and Mario, and the stresses and spiritual confusion of a voyeuristic, exhibitionistic life behind the walls of glass of a post-9/11 world.

Important News Briefs

Brady, Carter, Eames, Kreitman, News

The Monday Night Tuesday March 13 evening has been canceled.

This summer, we’ll be saying au revoir to J.D. Eames. She says she’s moving, but we’ll believe it when we see it. She’ll miss us. Yes, indeed. You can keep up with her whereabouts via her website.

Next up for our Tuesday series on April 10, 8pm will be an evening with Margery Kreitman. Stay tuned for more details!

And don’t forget to check out Fresh New Works Sunday, March 11. Lee Brady is always present in some form or another. This month as director and writer. Also directing, are Jeff Carter and Margery Kreitman.