On Saturday, Feb. 25, at 8 p.m., I’ll be doing a performance of my Citizen Josh monologue to benefit Indivisible Berkeley—one of a multitude of wonderful, and essential, grassroots organizations that have sprung up in the current Resistance. Click here for tix and details.
Here are the places that our Love & Taxes movie is opening in the coming month or so (more theaters—and personal appearances—will be added; you can check here for updates):
- March 3: opening at the Landmark Sunshine in New York City. (Brother Jake and I will be there on March 3—which would have been our late father’s 93rd birthday—and will be doing a post-screening Q&A with New York magazine film critic David Edelstein; Jake and I will also be there on March 4.)
- March 10: opening at the Art Theatre in Long Beach, CA.
- March 10: opening at the Laemmle NoHo in North Hollywood, CA. (Jake and I will be there.)
- March 16: opening at Time and Space Ltd. in Hudson, NY.
- March 17: opening at the Roxie in San Francisco. (Jake and I will be there—along with an up-and-coming actor named Robert Reich, who apparently used to be U.S. Labor Secretary.)
- March 17: opening at the Rialto Elmwood in Berkeley, CA. (Jake and I will be there on March 18.)
- March 17: opening at the Harkens Shea in Scottsdale, AZ.
- March 19: playing at the San Rafael Film Center in (amazingly) San Rafael, CA. (Jake and I will be there.)
- March 23: playing at the Empress Theatre in Vallejo, CA. (Jake and I will be there.)
- March 27: playing at the Cameo Cinema in St. Helena, CA. (Jake and I will be there virtually, via Skype.)
- March 27: playing at the Bear Tooth (!) in Anchorage, AK.
- March 31: opening at the Rialto Sebastopol in (wait for it …) Sebastopol, CA. (Jake and I will be there.)
- April 13: playing at the Mary Fisher Theatre in Sedona, AZ.