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“What Will I Be When You Grow Up?” – Geoff Hoyle – A Fundraiser for the Dance Palace – IN PERSON & Livestream

December 11 @ 7:00 pm 9:00 pm PST

All attendees must show proof of vaccination to be admitted; masks are required in the venue. PRESALE ONLY; no door tickets available.

In his latest piece of solo foolery, “What Will I Be When You Grow Up?” comic actor and grandfather Geoff Hoyle ponders his “legacy” and vast “worldly wisdom.” And how you pass on the best bits…

Since he couldn’t perform it live, he’s made it into a film… 29 characters, costumes, special effects…!

The Dance Palace hosts a benefit screening to a limited live audience on Saturday, Dec. 11th, 7 pm, in the Main Hall, with simultaneous online streaming. The screening is followed by an in person Q & A with Geoff Hoyle and director David Ford, moderated by the Dance Palace’s Art Committee Chair Carlos Porrata.

Ticket Options:

  • –Live Audience: $20 per person, and your ticket includes a special intermission dessert & beverages. Proof of vaccination and mask required. Contact tracing sign-in sheets will be utilized at this event.
  • –Streaming: $15 per device. Streaming viewers get to visit their own fridge at intermission, with no line for the bathroom…

80 minutes, with a short intermission; recommended for ages 15 and up.

PRESALE ONLY; NO TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR.

Sales for streaming option end 30 minutes before the start of the performance.

All proceeds benefit the Dance Palace

About Geoff Hoyle

Bay Area comic actor Geoff Hoyle (Pickle Family Circus, “The Lion King”) last appeared live in Point Reyes Station as Scrooge in a staged reading of “A Christmas Carol” at Toby’s Feedbarn. Before that, West Marin audiences saw him as Touchstone in Inverness Outdoor Shakespeare’s “As You Like It,” Grumio in “The Taming of The Shrew,” and Malvolio in “Twelfth Night.” Past appearances at The Dance Palace include his solo shows “Feast of Fools,” “Geezer,” and “Lear’s Shadow.” He has performed at Berkeley Rep, ACT, Stanford Summer Theater, on and off-Broadway, and at many venues throughout the US and across the world.

$15 – $20

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503 B Street
Pt. Reyes Station, 94956