The Great Plotnik

Friday, August 20, 2010

Cold Weather, Warm Mangos, Three Terrific Solo Artists

It's summer all right. You wouldn't know it by the fog and shmutz outside, but when you get to the Farmer's Market you see what sunshine can accomplish.

Three great performers at Stage Werx last night, but for one night only. Saint Plotniko is turning into the crucible for fabulous solo performance. We've got Dan Hoyle, Ann Randolph and Don Reed at the Marsh(es) on Valencia and in Berkeley and for two weeks the Solo Performance Workshop at Stage Werx on Sutter St. Last night we saw "Dis-Oriented": brash Thao P. Nguyen, ridiculously limber Colleen "Coke" Nakamoto and hysterical Zahra Noorbakhsh. Vietnamese, Japanese, Persian. What a town we get to live in.

Cold in summer. But great fruit.

You can read the San Francisco Theater Blog review of "Dis-Oriented" here.


At 11:53 PM, Anonymous Debbie said...

Last weekend, I bought the best pluots I've ever had! Yay for summer farmers market goodies!


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