Tell it on Tuesday celebrates the expression of individual storytelling and solo performance. Coming together as a community to share works crafted by theater artists and storytellers, we provide an East Bay home to the solo performer.

The last Tuesday of almost every month!

Bridget Frederick, Rebecca Fisher

Advisory Committee:
Charlie Varon, David Ford, Jeff Raz, Bruce Pachtman


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December 15th, 2015


  • Bertha Reilly, "An Irish Version of What's Love Got To Do With It" 
  • Elana Isaacs, “Mashed Potatoes and the Politics of Desire”
  • Sharon Eberhardt, “Squeaker”  
  • Gary Pinsky, "The Origins of Re-Invention"

MUSIC: Joshua Raoul Brody, on piano, accompanies Sandy Noltimier, The Seattle Songbird: They’ll be performing standards, substandards, and non-standards.

A B O U T   T H E   P E R F O R M E R S

Joshua Raoul Brody plays his favorite Beatles songs AND accompanies YOU on YOURS the first Monday of every month at Café Royale. Sandy Noltimier is the S of noted a cappella-ish trio PMS.

Bertha Reilly, on retiring, got into storytelling and drama with Stagebridge and has been telling in schools and adult settings on and off since then. She grew up in Ireland and has lived in the bay area for past 40+ years. Tonight you’ll see a glimpse into a difficult childhood growing up in Ireland in the 40's and 50's. All true.

Elana Isaacs is a performer, improv teacher, and facilitator whose diverse experience includes mystery dinner theater on a train, being a lefty aunt to her 10 and 6 year old Berkeley nephews, and an obsession with "ugly" dogs. 

Sharon Eberhardt has written plays for other performers and performed her solo show, “Savage Arts” at The Marsh, and Canadian Fringe Festivals.  She has been a member of Playground-SF, Youngblood at Ensemble Studio Theatre, NY, and has had ten-minute plays performed all over the country. She is an alumna of Barnard College, and has an mfa from Columbia U, and is from Buffalo, New York.

Gary Pinsky found his place in the story telling community on the stages of Story Slam Oakland, Fireside Storytelling, The Shout and The Moth. After his debut of "The Fool's Journey", produced in David Ford's class, he found his love for solo performance. Tonight’s story was developed with help from Martha Rynberg.

November 17th, 2015


  • Jeff Byers, “The Cherry Tree of the 16th Day”
  • Andrea Mock, “The Moby Dick Diaries” (excerpt)
  • Malcolm Grissom, “The Voices Made Me Do It”
  • Susan Gill, "Rabbi, the Missing Bride is in Miami Beach with a Gentile Life Guard and Twenty-One Cats."

MUSIC: Seven Rains: Spencer Evans and Rana Rines, Singers/Songwriters
Americana, folk, rock and a splash of jazz

A B O U T   T H E   P E R F O R M E R S

Spencer Evans and Rana Rines, two independent singer/songwriters, are joining forces to bring to life a new band, which draws on the musical traditions of Americana, folk, rock, and a splash of jazz... They are Seven Rains.

Jeff Byers began telling stories the first time his mother caught him with his hand in the cookie jar. Now he tells at the Asian Art Museum, in classrooms from first grade to UC Berkeley, and in various performance venues around the Bay Area. He’s also a story coach and a former board member of the Storytelling Association of California.

Andrea Mock, born and bred in Porterville, received a BA in Performance from UCSC then moved to Berkeley to form Dancing Ear, Inc. a contemporary dance and music company. Andrea also served as playwright-in-residence at the Speakeasy Theatre 1996-2002. The Moby Dick Diaries, directed by Leonard Pitt and David Ford, is adapted from a work-in-progress teen novel of the same name.

Malcolm Grissom enjoys exploring the creative process. His passion is helping others any way he can, even if only to bring joy and laughter to their lives for a little while. 

Susan Gill is proud to have spent a thirty year career as a community college English instructor. Since retirement, she has been writing and performing solo pieces under the perceptive, creative, and gentle guidance of David Ford. She will present this show again at Solo Sundays early next year and a full-length version of the show at the Rogue Festival in Fresno in March of 2016.

October 27th, 2015
Stagebridge Partnership Performance


  • Elana Levy, “Sacred Connections to Auschwitz”
  • Jan M. Goodman, “Angel”
  • Ellen Kaufman, “LA to EL-E:  Destiny’s Calling”
  • Ellen Sprecher, “The Past is Present”
  • BevieJean, “Imitation of Life”
  • Sally Holzman, “Urban Equestrian”

MUSIC: Karen Sellinger, acoustic guitar

A B O U T   T H E   P E R F O R M E R S

Karen Sellinger to is a local classical guitarist who loves to offer her music to add a touch of warmth and elegance to any gathering.

Elana Levy has appeared as a featured poet in several venues in the Bay Area. She produced her own weekly radio show, worked within a women's radio collective, as well as a video collective in Syracuse, NY. Elana has breathed in Auschwitz Concentration Camp six times on meditation retreats. 

Jan M. Goodman recently retired after four decades of service as a teacher, principal and curriculum specialist in public education. Her storytelling is inspired by thousands of students, families, educators and others whose lives fortunately intersected with hers while working to create a better world for children.

Ellen Kaufman, having spent 40 years in the healthcare industry, is currently “rewired”. She has been exploring storytelling and improvisation at Stagebridge since the spring of 2014, and finds it thrilling to revisit her past through a creative lens.

Ellen Sprecher's inaugural experience with taking her story into "prime time" is happening tonight. Her wish is that those who don't believe in the mysteries of life will think again. 

BevieJean is a writer, adventurist and storyteller who officially debuted her work "Wonderfilled" at San Francisco's Roots Gallery in April 2014. BevieJean has traveled and lived and worked abroad for many years. She enjoys sharing her rich repertoire of insights and perspectives. 

Sally Holzman went from horse crazy teenager to storyteller in one fabulous summer month. Now as a senior she loves to share stories of the gentle time of her youth to inspire others to join the fun and tell their stories.

September 29th, 2015


  • Vivien Cook, “Smoke and Mirrors”
  • Bernard Vash, “Grumblepuss”
  • Kenna Fisher, “Casting Call”
  • Kenny Yun, “Mom Spilled Guts on My Tater Tots” (excerpt)

MUSIC: Future Jazz Trio with Laura Wiley, Eric Smith, & Patrick Fahey

A B O U T   T H E   P E R F O R M E R S

Eric Smith is a musician, producer and recording artist with Edgetone Records and has worked with Brian Eno, Madonna, Warren Zevon, Mickey Hart among others. Patrick Fahey is mandolin virtuoso, comfortable in many genres including folk, jazz, Fado, Indian, prog-rock and world music. Laura Wiley is a jazz flutist and singer who performs with many different groups in the Bay Area.

Vivien Cook was born and raised in the industrial city of Birmingham in England and emigrated to the US at the age of 24. She has been part of Tell It On Tuesday’s annual partnership performance, which features Stagebridge tellers. "Smoke and Mirrors" is an oral story which deals with how we reconcile the passage of time while still living with the ever present shadow of our younger self.

Bernard Vash is a Clown, Moving Artist, Actor, Voice and Movement Teacher.
Most recently a graduate of The Flying Actor Studio, he spent 14 years with the American Conservatory Theatre. Recently he appeared as Tiger in “Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo”, Otto Hermann in “The Ape Woman”, and Grumblepuss the Clown in "Ei8ht". He is a proud member of Actor's Equity Association.

Kenna Fisher has been called a "bold, honest, fearless" storyteller. She believes deeply in the power of telling stories to forge compassionate connections with each other and within ourselves, performing at venues throughout the Bay Area including the Marsh in San Francisco, Word Up! in Santa Cruz, The Shout in Oakland, and Bustin' Out Storytelling in Oakland. 

Kenny Yun 's first two shows Lettuce Town Lies and The Kim Jong IL Experience ran at The Marsh where he teaches solo performance. He primarily directs comedians but loves to guide storytellers of all forms. He looks for the mythic and theatrical.

Tell It On Tuesday AUDITION

Interested in performing with Tell it on Tuesday? Come to our annual auditions!

When: Sunday, August 23rd, 10am-12pm (you must be available stay the entire time)
Where: (we will give you details after you sign up!)
Prepare: 10 minutes or less - either a short piece, or an excerpt from a longer piece.
Invite: A Friend - to increase the audience size and encourage a sense of support
Sign up: Send your request to

August 25th, 2015


  • Theresa Donahoe, “Confessions of a Late Bloomer”(excerpt)
  • Tim Ereneta, "You're Doing It Wrong" (excerpt)
  • Nina G, “Going Beyond Inspiration”
  • Gary Walker,  “Ain’t No Thang”

MUSIC: Bekah Barnett, A refreshing blend of jazz, folk, pop, and spiritual music

A B O U T   T H E   P E R F O R M E R S

Bekah Barnett’s piano driven tunes and soulful voice have been compared to
Tori Amos, Natalie Merchant, Adele, and Joni Mitchell. Her songs are well crafted and emotionally engaging, with the centerpiece of pure, clear, operatically-trained vocals. “This is smart songwriting for eager ears.” Her sophomore release, RISE, was recorded at Fantasy Studios with local producer and master pianist Julie Wolf.

Theresa Donahoe is an actress who just recently started performing solo pieces. Her first short solo show “Cat Nanny 911!” was performed at All Terrain Theater’s “Women In Solodarity” showcase in April 2013 and enjoyed a sold out extended run. “Confessions of a Late Bloomer” is her most recent piece and is currently being developed into her first full length show.

Tim Ereneta does not make films, manage corporate brands, write marketing copy, design video games, photograph weddings, parse data, or investigate news stories. He does tell folktales, fairy tales, and the occasional shaggy dog story in live performances to audiences across the country. Apparently there is not a word for this.

Nina G is America’s favorite female stuttering stand up comedian (granted she is the only one). She is also a disability activist, storyteller, children's book author and educator. She brings her humor to help people confront and understand social justice issues such as disability, diversity, and equity. 

Gary Walker made his Off-Broadway debut performing his first solo show, GREEN EYES, JUST LIKE YOU AND ME in New York City at Studio Theatre on Theatre Row. The play has since been published on Indie Theatre Now, and has been performed to sold out houses in various cities across the US, including The Marsh, SF. Gary currently lives in San Francisco where he spends his time writing and working as a theatre, film and commercial actor in the bay area.

July 28th, 2015


  • David Caggiano, “Gangsters in Freaky Land”
  • Ann Riley, “A New Persephone”
  • Doug Cordell, “Up the Creek”
  • Brittany A. Kamerschen, “Blue Light Love”
  • Xiaojuan Shu, “Don't You Have Dignity, Mama?”

MUSIC: The Uncalled Four, classic and original acoustic folk-rock and blues

A B O U T   T H E   P E R F O R M E R S

David Caggiano is a playwright and solo performer. David's works include: "Walk Like A Man", "The Arrival," "The Tinker," and "The Prophet. David's solo show "Jurassic Ark" won Best of San Francisco Fringe 2012, and ran for 5 weeks at the EXIT Theater with sold out shows in Edmonton Fringe.

Ann Riley has been telling stories since the first time she needed an alibi. She is a past board member of the Storytelling Assoc. of CA (SAC). She participates in annual epic tale events, tells stories at the Silk Road House, the Asian Art Museum, in schools, libraries, and anywhere folks will sit still to listen.

Doug Cordell is an NPR storyteller, solo performer and Emmy-nominated writer. His true-life radio stories air on Snap Judgment and Marketplace. Find video, audio and info about upcoming shows at

Brittany A. Kamerschen is a poet with a Degree in Creative Writing from San Francisco State. She is currently the program director for MNM series, at the Marsh Theater. “Blue Light Love” is a work-in-progress one-woman poetry play. It is about a poet’s love for theater and all the romantic illusions and fantasies that exist there.

Xiaojuan Shu born and raised in China, studied medicine and business, works on her one-woman show in search of who she really is. 

June 30th, 2015
10th Anniversary Celebration!


  • Jeanne Haynes, “My Criminal and Me”
  • David Jacobson, “Homecoming” (excerpt from Dog’s Misery Swamp)
  • Terri Tate, “Tales of a Scintillating Sausalito Summertime Queen”
  • Wayne Harris, “A Blues for Ruth”

MUSIC: Sandra Wieder with Richard Owen
Singer/Songwriter tunes, guitar, harmonica and vocals

A B O U T   T H E   P E R F O R M E R S

Sandra Wieder is a prolific writer and performer of original and unique songs that delight and touch audiences with beautiful melodies and heartfelt, poetic lyrics. With Sandra on guitar plus vocals and Richard Owen on harmonica. Web:

Jeanne Haynes, a hybrid storyteller and solo performer, combines these two styles for telling and teaching. Venues for her original pieces exploring the serious side of life include SF Marsh, Brava! Theater, SF Theater Festival, Bay Area Storytelling Festival and a most favorite: TIOT. Venues for tales on the lighter side are Bay Area Schools where she has taught this art to upwards of 3,000 students. Her students also include 300+ adults in ongoing Stagebridge classes. Web:

David Jacobson is more than 60 percent water and owes his life to the trillions of unsung bacteria that outnumber his own cells by 10 to 1. He performed his solo show “Theme Park” at the Toronto, Edmonton, and San Francisco Fringe Festivals. This piece is an excerpt from “Dog’s Misery Swamp,” being developed with The Marsh’s Charlie Varon and The High Dive’s Mark Kenward. David first performed at TIOT in 2008.

Terri Tate's life and voice were threatened by two bouts of oral cancer from which she had a 2% chance of survival, but her sense of humor was never in danger. Terri’s hilarious solo show, Shopping as a Spiritual Path, has moved audiences across the country to laughter, tears and standing ovations. Terri teaches personal storytelling and solo performance in the Bay Area. Her memoir, A Crooked Smile, with an introduction by Anne Lamott, is due out in the fall of 2016.

Wayne Harris (storyteller) and Randy Craig (pianist) have been working on some new stuff; and now David Ford (director) is getting involved. Add John Mcardle (bassist) and you have an evening of soulful stories set on a pallet of blues and gospel music.

May 26th, 2015


  • Abe Bernstein, The Lion and the Rabbit
  • Ginger Murray, "Queen of the Nerds".
  • Elaine Magree,The Relative Value of Lives (excerpt)
  • Deanna Anderson, the Wreck (excerpt)
  • David Nihill, " A Mother, a Son, a City"

MUSIC: The Lazy Governors, gypsy jazz, old timey and assorted surprises

A B O U T   T H E   P E R F O R M E R S

With the The Lazy Governors, you might hear a gorgeous mandolin composition from the 17th century or an instrumental version of the Bee Gees' "More Than a Woman."  You'll definitely hear a wide range of early jazz and western swing. Sam Barnum on lead guitar, Geoff Boushey on fiddle, Russ Keil on stand-up bass, and Julian Gross on rhythm guitar and occasional mandolin. 

Abe Bernstein was once a scientist, professor, and researcher, but then a genie transformed him into an actor, inproviser, and storyteller. Now he enjoys telling tales about things that never really happened, and pretending to be people he could never be in real life.

Ginger Murray is the editor in chief of Whore! magazine, a journalist and performance storyteller. An avid lover of bad girls, thinkers and radical idiots, Ginger has appeared just about everywhere and done just about everything, including a stint as talking head on the History Channel and a strutter upon the stage with the likes of La Pocha Nostra and Red Hots Burlesque. 

Elaine Magree has written, directed or performed new work at The Marsh, The Magic Theatre, Z Space, The Working Women’s Theatre Festival, Brava, Exit Theatre, as well as many Theatre and Fringe Festivals. She has taught theatre at Solano College, SF City College, East Bay Center for The Performing Arts and in homeless shelters, recovery centers, and the Sacramento county jail.

Deanna Anderson is the program developer and a teaching/performing artist with StoryTeller Project, where she has delivered health, educational and performance projects to diverse populations, including incarcerated women and youth, children with developmental disabilities and teen moms. Deanna teaches dance, theater and movement classes at Stanford U and currently studies the art of mask and physical theater with Leonard Pitt.

David Nihill left Dublin, Ireland at the age of 22, got drunk on travel and never quite hit sobriety of it. He strongly denies being a comedian and is well aware most people don’t understand his accent. David is the founder of Comedy for a Spinal Cause and FunnyBizz Conferences, and author of the book, Do You Talk Funny

April 28th, 2015


  • Karen S. Ripley, “Oh No There’s Men On The Land”
  • Daniel Ari, “ask me whether what i have done is my life”
  • Cassie Cushing, “Scylla - Youth Undone”
  • Erica Lann-Clark, “Still Shopping for God” excerpt

MUSIC: Sound of Sirens: Americana, Country Blues, Folk, Ragtime

A B O U T   T H E   P E R F O R M E R S

Sound of Sirens, like the mythical sea maidens of old, are mesmerizing audiences with scintillating vocal harmonies and intricate instrumental arrangements. From traditional music and original compositions to modern hits, their performances include music by such diverse composers as Paul Simon, Tom Waits, Gillian Welch, Jelly Roll Morton, Vandaveer, and more. As a finely-woven ancient fishing net, the Sound Of Sirens music will capture and hold you riveted from start to finish.

Karen Ripley has been performing for over 35 years as a comic and improviser. She came on to the gay comedy scene in 1977 in San Francisco. From the cover of the East Bay Express (Berkeley, Ca) with Whoopi Goldberg to Ms. Magazines top 100 Lesbian Comic. 

Daniel Ari’s forthcoming book, One Way to Ask (Zoetic Press), combines poems in an original form with art by more than 65 artists including Roz Chast, R. Crumb, Henrik Drescher and Wayne White. Daniel leads creative writing sessions at his home in Richmond and performs improvisational storytelling and movement with Wing It. Look for him at The Moth GrandSlam in San Francisco this coming September. 

Cassie Cushing tells myths and folktales for modern adult and young adult audiences.  She finds the personal in the traditional and creates unique retellings for the contemporary audience, entering the world of "Once upon a time" to go beyond happily ever after.  She is opening a storytelling coffee shop - Kaleidoscope Coffee - in the quaint, artistic neighborhood of Pt. Richmond.

Erica Lann-Clark was born Jewish on the eve of the Nazi invasion of Austria. She and her family ran from country to country to Brooklyn, where her parents told her vivid tales of vanished worlds. Their kitchen table tales inspired a passion for the power of story. This play asks: Can we reconcile with people we’ve hated for years -- or even with those we’ve loved forever, like our families?  And can we finally change God’s pronoun from He to She? That's what her pissed off, aging, feminist show is about and its why she’s taking it on tour while she’s still strong enough to go on the road.

March 31st, 2015


  • Mark Kenward, “NANTUCKET"
  • Bárbara Selfridge, "One Hundred Percent Stymied" (an excerpt)
  • Jeff Raz & Shira Kammen, "Dame Ragnelle"

MUSIC: Shira Kammen, Medieval fiddles and medieval harp, playing music of the 12th-15th centuries and beyond

A B O U T   T H E   P E R F O R M E R S

Shira Kammen has spent most of her life exploring the worlds of early, traditional, and countless other styles of music. A member for many years of Ensembles Alcatraz, Project Ars Nova, and Medieval Strings, she has also worked with Sequentia, Hesperion XX, the Boston Camerata, the Folger and Newberry Consorts, The King’s Noyse, Piffaro, Tapestry, Anonymous IV, the California Revels, the California, SF and Oregon Shakespeare Companies, the Balkan group Kitka, and is the founder of Class V Music, dedicated to performing on river rafting trips. She is particularly interested in collaborations with dancers, circus artists, poets, visual artists, naturalists, actors, storytellers - anything outside of a standard concert venue!

Mark Kenward is the creator of seven full-length solo shows. He has performed his work in over 35 cities throughout the US and Canada, including a reception for The House of Representatives in Washington, DC, and several runs at The Marsh. Tonight he performs an excerpt from Nantucket (directed by TIOT's very own Rebecca Fisher), a memoir about his years growing up on the fabled island. He is looking forward to his upcoming North American tour of Nantucket with stops in Berkeley, Clayton, Ottawa, Toronto, and Edmonton.

Bárbara Selfridge did have that whole writer life, complete with an NEA grant, a published story collection: Serious Kissing, and odd jobs like personal assistant to Grace Paley and Alice Walker. I have a sister with brain damage who sings back-up with a rock band, and she inspired me to work with Theatre Unlimited, a troupe of mostly developmentally-disabled actors and playwrights, and then I worked with David Ford at the Marsh to write a solo performance about how she and I coped with our parents' decline: "Zero Tolerance: Sex, Math and Seizures."  I took that show to a bunch of Fringe Festivals, and now I expect to do the same with the full-length version of "Stalking Grace."

For the last 40 years, Jeff Raz has performed nationally and internationally with circuses and theaters including Cirque du Soleil, The Pickle Family Circus, California Revels and Lincoln Center Theater.  He has written 15 plays and directed many more. He is the founder of The Clown Conservatory with students currently performing in circuses and theaters around the world. Jeff continues to work in theaters and circuses and is the Artistic Director of the Medical Clown Project in San Francisco.         

February 24th, 2015


  • Leslie Scatchard, "The Drama Queen" excerpt
  • Gillian Summers, “Hush”
  • Richard Light, "Parts and Poems of the Body"
  • Gray, "Nobody Asked Me"

MUSIC: Stuart Rosh, Guitar and Vocals

A B O U T   T H E   P E R F O R M E R S

Stuart Rosh's music can be heard occasionally on public radio stations and in strange places like Kentucky Fried Chicken stores in England.  Under his legal name, Stuart Rojstaczer, he is mostly known as a novelist, geophysicist, and grade inflation expert.  His novel, The Mathematician's Shiva (Penguin Books), won the 2014 National Jewish Book Award for Outstanding Debut Fiction.

Leslie Scatchard has been performing for most of her life and especially loves telling true stories. She and her man, John, run a performance venue in Petaluma called Clear Heart where she directs children's theater. Next up for Leslie is a new hour-long show called "Leap", which is a bit more serious than "The Drama Queen" but still shows Leslie's penchant for finding the humorous in this crazy life.

Gillian Summers grew up in Liverpool, UK. She emigrated to the USA in 2001 from Australia. She developed ‘hush’ in collaboration with the Marsh’s David Ford and it is her first full-length solo play. Tonight she will be performing the opening 22 minutes of the play.

Richard Light is a native San Franciscan. He has studied theater, dance, music, Chinese medicine, and bodywork in the San Francisco Bay Area and New York City. This is his first solo theater piece and is grateful to be performing its first part at Tell It On Tuesday.

Gray is on a mission to love Existence (in all of its forms) with such wild abandon that she inspires in you the courage and enthusiasm to do the same.

January 27th, 2015


  • Penelope Whitney, “Daredevil's Guide to Parenting”
  • Andre Le Mont Wilson, “The Stage Crawler”
  • Karin Werner, "A Day in the Life"    
  • Michael O’Brien, “Any Questions?”
  • Bridget Frederick, “Evolution of Anger” 

MUSIC: Zendrum Flute Duo with Laura Wiley and Eric Smith

A B O U T   T H E   P E R F O R M E R S

Eric Smith is a musician, producer and recording artist with Edgetone Records and has worked with Brian Eno, Madonna, Warren Zevon, Mickey Hart among others. Website: Laura Wiley is a jazz flutist and singer who performs with many different groups in the Bay Area. Website:

Karin Werner began a life long love affair with stories when she received her first library card in Cody, Wyoming. Many library cards later, she reaches back into myth and memory to create her personal style. Karin serves as Board Chair for the Storytelling Association of California.  

Penelope Whitney is married to an Italian and has learned the hard way that you’ve got to salt the water before adding the pasta. She often performs at Fireside Storytelling in San Francisco and is delighted to be at Tell it on Tuesday for the first time.  

Andre Le Mont Wilson has performed stories at The Moth, The Shout, Fireside, The Bay Area Storytelling Festival, and Monday Night Marsh. Over the last few years Andre has been published in the online disability literary journal Wordgathering and the Marin Poetry Center Press’s Changing Harm to Harmony.

Michael O’Brien is a San Francisco-based improviser, actor, writer, original member of the National Theatre of the Deranged and co-creator of “Tips on Travel with Karl and Carl.” Michael’s credits include solo and ensemble performances at the Marsh, the Throckmorton Theatre and the Holy City Zoo.

Bridget Frederick is getting ready for the Rogue Festival in Fresno. Evolution of Anger has been spinning its way through her head over the last year, and may continue to spin for some time to come. Bridget is the co-producer of Tell it on Tuesday, and she teaches yoga full time in the East Bay. Website:

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