Thursday, January 22, 2009

"Geezer": NO REVIEW REQUESTED (But It's Really Funny)

It was one-night only, no review requested, but every seat at the Marsh was taken to see Geoff Hoyle read through "Geezer," his latest work-in-progress. Charlie Varon was there. Hoyle's son Dan was there too. It's too bad we're not supposed to report on the performance, because it was pretty damned funny. So you don't know about the phlebitis, and the jokes with the violin, and you don't have to worry about the poor man's blood pressure, like the guy in the front row (in whose lap Hoyle was sitting) had to.

We can't wait 'til he finishes the show, which he will do unless life finishes him first. Some day you'll see Geezer and laugh as hard as we all did.


The San Francisco Theater Blog Awards Division sits on its hands this time.

The Marsh
1062 Valencia Street, San Francisco


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