May 11-13, 2018: Performing “Ben Franklin Unplugged” at the Best of SF Solo Series in San Leandro, CA.
May 30, July 25, Sept. 26, Nov. 28: Brain Improvs at The Marsh in San Francisco. “Josh Kornbluth is currently the Hellman Visiting Artist at UCSF’s Memory and Aging Center (MAC), as well as an Atlantic Fellow for Brain Health at the Global Brain Health Institute — a collaboration between the MAC and Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. He’ll be developing a solo show based on what he learns and experiences there — with a focus on dementia. He’s spending time with people who have dementia (or Mild Cognitive Impairment) and their caregivers, along with researchers, nurses, social workers, and others involved in investigating the causes of, and potential cures for, all kinds of dementia, including Alzheimer’s Disease. In these improvs, Josh shares stories from what he likes to call the ‘Brain Place’—along with his recollections of a loved one who had Alzheimer’s. After each improv, Josh is joined by one or more brain experts from UCSF, who will chat with Josh and answer audience questions.”
January 26, 2019: Performing “Love & Taxes” at the Best of SF Solo Series in San Rafael, CA.