Stuart Rosh has been a professional dishwasher and a university professor. He has won numerous obscure awards for his scientific research, music, and writing. His latest finished big project, a novel entitled The Mathematician's Shiva, will published by Penguin Press in the fall of 2014. More info can be found at stuartrosh.com.
Jeanne Lupton writes poetry and memoir and enjoys performing her work. She hosts a biweekly reading series at Frank Bette Center for the Arts in Alameda. This is her first appearance at Tell it on Tuesday.
Lisa Rothman lives with her husband and two kids in Oakland. Ding Dong is the first of three linked monologues called Wait and See that she'll perform next year. She's also the host of a radio show and podcast recorded at a food truck park. chewonthisradio.com.
Jill Vice began studying performance art at the San Francisco Art Institute with Tony Labat, has trained with Jeff Raz at the SF Circus Center and also studied mime and mask with Leonard Pitt and James Donlon at the Flying Actors Studio. "The Tipped & The Tipsy" was awarded "Best of Fringe" at the 2013 San Francisco Fringe Festival, and she will be performing the piece in full at the SF Marsh in January 2014.
Kevin Rolston is an actor, writer, director and performance coach. He and his man-spouse (poet and novelist Ron Palmer) and their dog-child (Kylie Fantastic) enjoy long walks on the beach, cookies and naps.