Marx in Soho by Howard Zinn

Featuring Bob Weick

Welcome to the website of Howard Zinn's MARX IN SOHO featuring Bob Weick!

Performances are being scheduled for 2018 and 2019 in the U.S. and  in the UK

university, college and school TOURS

TESTIMONIALS

   It taught us more about socialism and Marx, about people and taught me more about myself. It was truly a great production. Who knew that one man, and a small table with some items on it could hold my attention for an entire hour.     Jayna Bailey High School Student

It taught us more about socialism and Marx, about people and taught me more about myself. It was truly a great production. Who knew that one man, and a small table with some items on it could hold my attention for an entire hour. 
Jayna Bailey
High School Student

 

 

Nothing short of brilliant and continually engaging.

Ishita Maheshwari
California State University, East Bay

 

GREAT PERFORMANCE, a stirring moment on campus, and a great education for the students. 

Paul Buhle
Brown University 

 

I highly recommend MARX IN SOHO for anyone who wants to stimulate critical thinking in a substantive and entertaining fashion.

Stephen Philion
St. Cloud State University, Minnesota

 

Whether you're a novice undergraduate, a Marxist scholar, a social justice advocate, or an interested citizen, you will find much of value in this production.
 

Steve Buechler
Minnesota State University, Mankato

 

It created a buzz on campus. I know that other faculty besides myself talked about it in their classes.

Craig Borowiak
Haverford College

 

People have been talking about the play and the performance in the hallways all day.

Chad M. Kimmel
Shippensburg University Shippensburg, PA

 

What a pleasure to have Bob Weick perform Howard Zinn’s play, Marx in Soho, as the launching event for our Zinn Academic Lecture Series. What a success! 

Susanna Branch
Chapman University, Orange CA

 

Bob's incredible performance reaches into the brains of those who most need to hear Marx's message and overturns misconceptions about the man and his mission.

Laurel Graham
University of South Florida in Tampa

 

Students were saying how it made them feel like they wanted to take action and get involved.

Becky Clausen
Sociology Dept. U. of Oregon, Eugene

 

I'm sure that it was the first time some of [the students] heard capitalism criticized. That's what I'm hoping to do with the assembly program - expand people's horizons.

Kim Sanborn
Moravian Academy

 

I will gladly recommend you to other schools and groups....What a memorable event. 

Jen Brinson
Salisbury High School

 

Your energy and intensity engaged the audience and we were hanging on to every word. 

Vincent Spina
European History - Easton High School

 

What better way to learn about Marx and his ideas than from the man himself? This is teaching and learning the way it is supposed to be. 

Michael Santangelo
High School Social Studies and Economics Teacher