Monday, August 5th, 2019 at 7:00 PM
Grandma & Me
by Brian Copeland
Directed by David Ford
Raising a child alone is a struggle; raising multiple children alone is an odyssey. Copeland knows this better than most — because he’s experienced it from both sides. In 1979, Copeland’s mother died suddenly, leaving him and four siblings in the care of his 57-year-old grandmother to raise on her own. 22 years later, Brian finds himself in the same spot when a divorce leaves him as the sole provider for his three children. Copeland compares and contrasts the trials and triumphs of single parenting in the 1970s and the 2000s, all while trying to answer the question of what it truly means to be a father. A thought-provoking solo performance that will have you laughing, crying and highly entertained. Join us for a reading and your feedback is encouraged after it’s over…Director David Ford will be leading the discussion.
Presented at San Francisco Playhouse
450 Post Street, San Francisco CA 94102
The lobby opens at 6pm for our 7pm show.
This is a FREE potluck-style event. We invite you to bring a treat to share, a drink to pour, a friend.
*Actor appears courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers.
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