Theater Preview: MARSHSTREAM (The Marsh San Francisco)

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by Eve Meadows on May 15, 2020

in Theater-San Francisco / Bay Area


As the Bay Area’s shelter-in-place continues, The Marsh San Francisco offers a variety of programming at 7:30pm nightly on MarshStream, its popular broadcast platform. MarshStream programming varies daily. Offerings include:

Monday Night MarshStream (short performances by a variety of artists):

Wild Card Tuesdays (everything from book/writer discussions, sing-a-longs, Tell It On Tuesday, storytelling):

Wednesday Solo Arts Heal (offering stories of health, advocacy, and inspiration)

Stephanie’s MarshStream on Thursday nights (interview, bantering, Q&A, and performance excerpts with Marsh favorites, moderated by Marsh founder Stephanie Weisman — pictured left);

and Game Nights hosted by Josh Kornbluth, live full-length performance concert readings, archived performance streams, performance development classes, and a noon series, including a fitness/singing class on Fridays, a Super Slow Weight Training and Zoomba Rooms.

Some dates starting tonight:

May 15: Game Night: BINGO!
May 16: Solo Performer Spotlight: Don Reed and Kate Robards
May 17: Solo Performer Spotlight: Don Reed and Kate Robards (5:00pm)
May 18: Monday Night MarshStream
May 19: Wildcard Tuesdays: Ellen Hoffman’s Sing Along
May 20: Solo Arts Heal: The Pink Hulk
May 21: Stephanie’s MarshStream featuring special guest Dan Hoyle (pictured left)
May 22: Game Night: BINGO!
May 27: Solo Arts Heal: My Stroke of Luck

Content is offered not only nightly but mid-day throughout the week via Zoom, YouTube, Instagram, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and iTunes. MarshStream viewers are asked to contribute whatever they can afford. (Donations can be made via a virtual “tip jar” on the website, with funds going to support and sustain The Marsh and its performances.) And knowing there’s a ton of content out there, no need to worry: most past shows from earlier MarshStream dates are also available on the website for viewing.

for more info, visit The Marsh

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