Yarn

photo: Sorrell Scrutton
photo: Sorrell Scrutton

A comedy storytelling show especially for women who are “Hollywood old.” Over 29. All are welcome. The best from the Bay and beyond give you something funny and substantial.

NOW AT: The beautiful Shotgun Players Ashby Stage 1901 Ashby Ave Berkeley View map dedicated to Yarn on certain Monday nights. Enjoy a beverage, if you choose. Have a shmei and meet some nice people. The theatre is right next to the Ashby BART. No late entrance.

Doors 7pm, Show 7:30pm

No heckling, no drink minimum, all heart.

2018
Jun 18 : Yarn 16 With special guest Dhaya Lakshminarayanan (The Moth host, Bay Area) and Bay Area Treasure Rhodessa Jones (founder, Medea Project, director of Ntozake Shange’s upcoming Lost In Language)

BUY TIX
Jul 12: SPECIAL Yarn @ Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco w special guests Virgie Tovar, Betsy Salkind, Julia Jackson and Cintra Wilson. In honour of the CJM’s Rube Goldbger exhibition we’ll be exploring convoluted acts and unpredictable adventures. BUY TIX
Sep 13: SPECIAL Yarn @ Throckmorton Theatre in Mill Valley. Save the date. Ticketing to come.

Featured Performers
Heather Gold (“I Look Like An Egg, but I Identify As A Cookie,” NPR)
Alicia Dattner (The Oy of Sex)
Julia Jackson (United Solo Festival Best Non-Fiction Show, Edinburgh Fringe Festival)
Aundré the Wonderwoman (SF International Comedy Competition Semi-Finalist)

Past Special Guests
Bridget Schwartz (Office Donkey, Punchline)
Betsy Salkind (Roseanne)
Gina Gold (Snap Judgment)
Julia Serano (Whipping Girl)
Mariko Tamaki (This One Summer)
Virgie Tovar (MTV, Hot and Heavy)
Natasha Muse (Seeso)
Dhaya Lakshminarayanan (The Moth host, Bay Area)

Credit cards online, cash at the door. Early tickets are the best, just $12. It’s $15 at the door.

Sponsored comps available (except for the CJM show) for those who can’t afford the show right now, just get in touch: yarn@subvert.com. Yarn sells Patron tickets to back these. Performers are paid. I’m letting you know because that’s not always the case at comedy and storytelling shows. It’s important.

Many thanks to the ExCappa Foundation for sponsoring Yarn’s venue costs and supporting women artists.

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Come enjoy a good Yarn. –Heather