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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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“Durst Case Scenario” Brings Out the Best, at The Marsh, S.F.

“Durst Case Scenario” Brings Out the Best, at The Marsh, S.F.

Millennial Notes  Will Durst Creates Cathartic Comic Community  by Gilad Barach “Durst Case Scenario” is most certainly a guilty pleasure. To laugh at suffering in the worst of times feels wrong, but to laugh together can feel so right. Will Durst cutely kicks around stage with energy, switching effortlessly between impersonations and monologues. He addresses us personally, yet never loses his way in his cornfield maze of a comedy show. “Welcome to the Bay Area, where we are tolerant of…

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