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TRAVEL & ENTERTAINMENT: Dan Hoyle’s “Each and Every Thing” Is an Instant Hit with His Post-Election Material

Aug 06, 2018
by Evan Almdale
Dan Hoyle’s one-man show “Each and Every Thing,” currently on stage at The Marsh Berkeley (2120 Allston Way) through August 25, is a 75-minute standup performance that focuses on how the media and the world of high-tech resonates in the current Trump presidency. Hoyle plays multiple characters and touches on the timely issues of the day, as the audience sits back and enjoys his take on the world, searching for true community in a fractured world as he sees it today.

Developed with Charlie Varon and Maureen Towey, and directed by Charlie Varon, “Each and Every Thing” makes audiences sit up and take notice, often with a smile, as Hoyle addresses how he sees things going on in the world around us.

“Each and Every Things made its World Premiere in San Francisco, and since then has played in New York, Portland, Providence, and Santa Fe, receiving high praise for being highly entertaining as it addresses real-world relationships today in a most poignant, funny manner.

The Marsh has been home to Dan Hoyle’s World Premiere shows Each and Every Thing (2014), The Real Americans (2010), Tings Dey Happen (2007), and Florida 2004: The Big Bummer (2004), each of which have received critical acclaim.

For tickets the public may visit www.themarsh.org or call 415-282-3055 between 1-4pm, Monday through Friday. Parking is available at the Allston Way Garage (between Milvia and Shattuck).

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Dan Hoyle tells the story of his search for connection in the digital age in "Each and Every Thing," currently playing through August 25 at The Marsh Berkeley. (Photo Credit: Peter Prato)


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