Crazy Famous written and performed by Sharon Eberhardt
Directed by Rebecca Fisher
Developed with David Ford
Character work by Julia McNeal
“Making Great Music isn’t always pretty.”
A great song reaches inside you, giving voice to things you didn’t know how to say. How far would you go to create music like that? Would you risk death? Would you do the ridiculous, or embarrassing?
Fridays @ 8 pm, June 16-July 14th 2120 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA (bar opens 7:15)
Videos of Deleted scenes:
Sugar Storytelling and Salon
Second Saturdays at Headquarters Gallery hqstudio.org
Sugar is about sharing stories and sparking new stories. Discover something from listening to another’s experience and discover something in yourself.
Each featured storyteller will share a story.
This is followed by a short, playful writing exercise.
A prompt is given, inspired by the story read.
Free write, or doodle, or tell your story to partner, then share if you wish at the end of the session.
Doors open 7:00 pm, Story begins 7:30
Drinks and snacks provided for fortification, lubrication.
April 8, 2017 Sharon Eberhardt reads Squeaker, plus a short work in progress
May 13, 2017 Johnny Mercer reads The Long Arm of Lunacy
June 10, 2017 Rachel Sarah reads Shame Humiliation, and a bit of Humor
Squeaker was originally written for SF MoMA’s storytelling in the Gallery.
Squeaker doesn’t usually go to museums, would never hang out with the cute guy in her art history class. But here she is, in the gallery, trying to find a work of art for her “formal analysis,” and He is standing right next to her. Does she tell him what she really thinks of the painting, or stay mum for a shot at an actual date?
Come see new material from Second-Hand Muse, with three very different accounts of the composition of a new song. Tell It on Tuesday at The Berkeley Marsh, 2120 Allston Way, between Shattuck and Oxford. 7 pm music, 7:30 performances by me, Victoria Doggett, Michael Brown and Miriam Mills. Tickets $10. http://www.themarsh.org/tell_it_on_tuesday.html
I’ll be workshopping 15 minutes of new material from Second-Hand Muse on two nights, part of a bill with three other performers. July 11 and 25, 7:30 pm, The Marsh, 1072 Valencia St. in San Francisco, tickets $7 at the door.