Professional comedian Ira Brightman is launching a solo showcase comprised of several advanced performers. It will build to become a continuing series of such solo theater shows.
The first show is Sunday, September 27, 2-3:30 pm at Off-Market Theaters, 965 Mission St, San Francisco. Tickets are $7.
In the initial showcase on September 27, three professional comedians will do theatrical solo performances. Al Gonzales (Cobbs, Big City Improv) will present Man Made Disaster a third generation latino tries to keep his roots grounded as he grows up in a black and white world. Mike Spiegelman (Punchline, SF Fringefest), will perform Salad Jokes Live. Cucumbers, lettuce, no salad is spared. Also offered are guaranteed losing lottery strategies. Ira Brightman (Hotel Pleasanton, The Marsh Theater) will do the life-extension portion of his show, God, Hitler, and Life-Extension. Included are a talking fetus and a way to end death.
"Kudos to Big Al Gonzales..." - Goldstar
About Mike Spiegelman -- Impeccable timing and goofy self-deprecation. SF Weekly
Renowned poet HD Moe: "Ira Brightman, a comedian in the outlandish untradition of Lenny Bruce, Mort Sahl, & other show & Noh show stoppers has created a deep darkly funny one man drama called GOD, HITLER, AND LIFE-EXTENSION (I've experienced this theatre show with tears of laughter running into my ears)."
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Several Solos opens Sunday, September 27 at 2pm. All performances are at Off Market Theatres 965 Mission St. San Francisco, CA. 94103. Tickets are $7. Running time is 90 minutes, with wheelchair access and concessions available. Allow time for street parking.
965 Mission St, Stage 205
San Francisco, CA 94103
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|