This comedy traces the journey of a community college English teacher who starts having panic attacks while teaching Hamlet, is repeatedly visited by the ghost of her dead father, and receives advice on reducing anxiety from characters such as Crazy Larry the cynical teaching veteran, Rainbow the yoga teacher, and Elvira the healthfood store clerk. Laura Wiley plays over ten different characters in this solo show on anxiety, middle-age disillusion and listening to your inner voice.
Laura Wiley has studied solo performance at the San Francisco Marsh. She is grateful for all the artistic input, script feedback, acting coaching and encouragement that she has received on this piece from four special people affiliated with the Marsh--David Ford, Ann Randolph, Mark Kenward and Rebecca Fisher.
In addition to acting and writing, Laura draws, paints, plays classical and jazz flute, and sings. Her websites are: www.lauraaustinwiley.com and www.laurawileyflute.com.
156 Eddy Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|