Hey, Hey, LBJ!
March 19, 2016
Actor David Kleinberg brings his gritty and true to life 70-minute solo piece on his year as an army combat correspondent in Vietnam. The show traces his journey in Vietnam from arriving in country as a 23-year-old supporter of the war, then following as he slowly shifts his position as the year unfolds, returning home to protest the war after a tragic rocket attack.
NOTE: This show includes strong language, adult themes and video of an actual attack on a Vietnamese village and is not intended for children.
David Kleinberg is a San Francisco native whose ground-breaking solo theater work, “The Voice: One’s Man Journey Into Sex Addiction and Recovery,” ran for 18-shows at San Francisco’s Exit Theater. It was a hit at the 2012 Boulder Fringe, winning an encore performance and 18 web reviews (16 five star, 2 four star). David is also a stand-up comedian who has appeared with Robin Williams, Dana Carvey, and others. He was the editor of the San Francisco Chronicle’s Sunday Datebook for 14 years during a 34-year editing/writing career at the newspaper. “Hey, Hey, LBJ!” is written and performed by David Kleinberg, directed by Mark Kenward and developed with David Ford. It recently finished a nine-show run at the prestigious Marsh Theater in San Francisco.
Saturday, March 19 at 8pm
$25 General Admission
David Kleinberg will donate 100% of his proceeds from the show to Vietnam Veterans organizations.