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Oh No, There's Men on the Land 

When: Aug. 15-Oct. 3 2015
Price: $15-$35
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In the Bay Area, reminiscing about — and laughing at — the idealism of the Sixties and Seventies never seems to get old. In fact, even just looking at tie-dye can elicit a chuckle from many East Bay longtimers. That must be why, after big success during its four-week run in Spring, Karen Ripley’s Oh No, There’s Men on the Land is coming back to the Berkeley Marsh Center for the Arts (2120 Allston Way) on August 15 to stay through October 3. The show is a hilarious monologue that takes the audience through Ripley’s rollercoaster of experiences as a young lesbian in early-1970s Berkeley. Ripley has been making audiences laugh for 35 years, with a specialty in LGBTQ-centric comedy. During that time, she’s won many awards as a screenplay writer and performer. Her comedic charisma surely has a lot to do with the show’s return as well.
— Sarah Burke

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