Saturday and Sunday, May 5th and 6th, Ambrose Bierce returns to the stage with new material and new direction by Michael French. The full version of Bart Schneider’s The Remarkable Return of Ambrose Bierce runs 90 minutes. Tickets are $20.00.
Catch the three-night run at the Church of the Fellowship of All Peoples, 2041 Larkin St. near Broadway, 8pm. December 1-3. A fourth show takes place on Sunday afternoon, 2pm at Bird & Beckett Bookstore, 653 Chenery St. San Francisco.
The next week will be a big one for Kelly’s Cove Press. Join us for one or more of our events.
On Tuesday, the 29th, I’ll appear on the 10 am (PCT) hour of Forum (KQED FM) with Michael Krasny to talk about Ambrose Bierce with S. T. Joshi, editor of Library of America’s definitive Bierce. Kelly’s Cove Press’s two Bierce volumes, The Best of the Devil’s Dictionary and Civil War Stories will also be part of the mix.
Wednesday, November 30, at 7pm, I’ll host a reading and celebration of Kenneth Patchen’s jameshallison casino work at City Lights Bookstore. Readers will include poets Bill Berkson, Lorna Dee Cervantes, David Highsmith, Genine Lentine, David Meltzer, and Jonathan Clark, editor of our volume Kenneth Patchen: A Centennial Selection.
On Thursday, December 1st,at 8pm, my one-man show, The Miraculous Return of Ambrose Bierce, with veteran San Francisco actor Felix Justice as Bierce, opens for three consecutive nights at the Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples, 2041 Larkin Street (near Broadway) in San Francisco. One of the miracles of this production is that this will be Ambrose Bierce’s first appearance inside a church in more than 150 years.
A fourth performance of The Miraculous Return of Ambrose Bierce, will take place on Sunday, December 4, at 2pm, at Bird & Beckett, the great Glen Park bookstore at 653 Chenery St. in SF.