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“Ain’t that Rich” Enriches Our Lives, at The Marsh, S.F.

“Ain’t that Rich” Enriches Our Lives, at The Marsh, S.F.

Kate Robards Enjoys Her Journey from Poor to Rich by Gabrielle Myers In her one-act monologue describing her move from poverty level into the 1%, Kate Robards communicates that money is never just money when you don’t have it. In “Ain’t that Rich,” Robards meditates on how her relationship with money has evolved. Through a riveting, non-stop memoir about her life, Robards takes us to the heart of how money and its real value is often misrepresented in America. Robards’…

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“An Octoroon”: A Daring Comedy on Slavery, at Berkeley Rep

“An Octoroon”: A Daring Comedy on Slavery, at Berkeley Rep

Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ Wild Riff on Race and Class by Gabrielle Myers and Barry David Horwitz There’s a masterpiece stalking the streets of Berkeley, and it’s called “An Octoroon” by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins. Jenkins won the Best Off-Broadway Play Award (The Obie) with this play three years ago. Last year he won the MacArthur “Genius” award for playwriting. Mr. Jenkins is a force in contemporary U.S. theater, and Director Eric Ting has staged this powerful satire with flash and dash for Berkeley…

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Gabrielle Myers

Gabrielle Myers

Gabrielle Myers is a writer, teacher, and chef. Her memoir, Hive-Mind, details her growth and confrontation of tragedy on a small organic farm run by a female farmer. Check out links to her memoir, articles, poems, and recipes at www.gabriellemyers.com