|Return to the Scene of the Crime
by David Kleinberg
EXIT Stage Left, 156 Eddy St, SF
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David Kleinberg returns to Vietnam for the first time in 50 years to revisit the base camp where his buddies died and to perform his acclaimed solo theater work on the Vietnam war, “Hey, Hey, LBJ!” But David’s wife, daughter and his ex-Vietnam buddies all tell him he’s going to get arrested for trying to stage the work without the government’s permission. David is up every night at 3 looking for the first flight home.
|David Kleinberg (Performer/Writer) is a San Francisco native who was the editor of the San Francisco Chronicle’s Sunday Datebook for 14 years during a 34-year editing/writing career at the newspaper. As a solo theater artist, "Return to the Scene of the Crime" marks his third full work. His acclaimed "Hey, Hey, LBJ", about his year as an amry combat correspondent in Vietnam, has been performed in Washingston DC, New York at the 42nd Street Theater, in Sydney, Australia and, under threat of arrest, in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam. The sequel to LBJ, "Return to the Scene of the Crime," makes its world debut in Washington DC in July. Kleinberg has also been a standup comedian for 10 years, appearing with Robin Williams, Dana Carvey and Richard Lewis.|