Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Tonight, for one night only is a show Jean-Michele is directing: WANDERLUST, created and performed by the talented Martin Dockery. I'll be there, and hope to see you at the show.



Written and Performed by Martin Dockery
Directed by Jean-Michele Gregory

A piece about an office temp who leaves everything to travel to a far-off place and there demand an Epiphany. Any Epiphany. Some proof that though we may be temporary, we're more than mere temps.

ONE NIGHT ONLY! Tuesday, June 19th @ 8pm. Tix are between $8-$12.

The Marsh is in the Mission at 1062 Valencia Street (near 22nd Street) in San Francisco

Ticket Hotline 800-838-3006 | Info 415-826-5750
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MARTIN DOCKERY is a frequent performer in New York City’s storytelling scene, appearing on the stages of The Moth, Speakeasy, Talkingstick, Mouthpiece, The Liar Show, and others. His hilarious and thought-provoking stories—often about his solo backpacking adventures which have taken him to over sixty countries and 6 continents—have made him a five-time finalist in The Moth’s bi-annual Grandslam Storytelling Championship. Dockery received his B.A. in English from Kenyon College and his M.F.A. in playwriting from Columbia University.  He was a co-creator of the play C-R-E-P-U-S-C-U-L-E, which is now running on Broadway as The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. His play Oh, That Wily Snake! is being read by university students as part of a McGraw-Hill anthology textbook on literature. The New York Times has called his writing “fey and fantastic,” Backstage West has called it “deliciously enjoyable,” and the L.A. Weekly has deemed it “compelling . . . entertaining . . . divinely inspired.”

JEAN-MICHELE GREGORY is a New York-based director who works with solo performers and writers to create works based on autobiographical material. She is currently directing Mike Daisey in Great Men of Genius at Berkeley Rep and will be directing Suzanne Morrison in Yoga Bitch this August at London’s Theatre 503. She’s had the good fortune to stage original productions at The Public Theater, American Repertory Theatre, Yale Repertory Theatre, the Cherry Lane Theatre, the Spoleto Festival, Intiman, ACT Theatre, Performance Space 122 and others, but she’s especially happy to be working at the Marsh with Martin Dockery on this thrilling new piece.