Nantucket - Part 1
"a commanding storyteller"
SAN FRANCISCO WEEKLY
"an astonishing word-slinger"
CONTRA COSTA TIMES
"a warm, wonderful storyteller who establishes an instant rapport with his audience"
SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER
"his comic timing is as sharp as his punch lines are well honed."
SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
> Wouldn't it be really cool to live on a resort island and have your mother as your high school English teacher? Okay, maybe not. Out in the hallway this big kid with greasy hands and a beard comes up behind me, snags me by the back of my underwear, and while dangling me by my strangled testicles says "you look just like her!" And that's the easy part. Things can go violently wrong in an isolated & edgy community that loves gossip and tragedy. But at least you can write a good essay about fate and free will.
> Mark Kenward has created seven full-length solo shows, exploring the many possibilities of the form: autobiographical monologues, character pieces, storytelling, adaptations of literature. He has performed inover thirty cities throughout the US and Canada, including several runs at The Marsh. He is also the director of several successful solo shows, including Howard Petrick's Rambo: The Missing Years, Kurt Bodden's Steve Seabrook: Better Than You, David Caggiano's Jurassic Ark, and David Kleinberg's The Voice.
For more information visit markkenward.com
Nantucket, Part 1 is ponsored by WEST Performing Arts
The Broadway Playhouse (View)
526 Broadway Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95060