(Okayfine, I’ll announce it!)
I’ll be presenting an all-new (hence my reluctance to post this) excerpt from my solo show “A Widow’s To-Do List” the first three Sundays in March!
THIS Sunday, March 7, is the Academy Awards. You don’t want to miss those (and I need more time before you come to the show anyway) but I urge you to come March 14 or 21st!
Contact me directly for info on HALF PRICE TICKETS!
Here’s the scoop….
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – PianoFight Productions is proud to announce an all new show featuring a culturally diverse collection of the finest solo artists in the Bay Area. Performing excerpts from their own full length shows, City Solo will showcase the best of the best on Sunday evenings at 7:00pm, starting March 7th, 14th, and 21st at Off-Market Theaters on 965 Mission Street in San Francisco. Tickets are $20 at the door and online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com. City Solo is produced by Nicole Maxali & Thao P. Nguyen. (PLEASE NOTE: City Solo is weekly, but line-up of performers will change each month)
Lambeth Sterling’s new one woman show, “Love & Sex in the Earth’s Spin Cycle,” premiered in June, 2009. Her comedy concerns itself with relationships, dating, marriage, and “The Secret.” As her therapist has said, “Nothing is funnier than hearing Lambeth talk about her deepest pain.”
Lambeth Sterling has spent seventeen years studying with and performing under the direction of the best solo performance directors in the San Francisco Bay Area, including David Ford and Charlie Varon at The Marsh. She has performed hilarious ten to twenty minute sets on the subject of relationships for over fifteen years in various venues in the Bay Area. She is also a relationship coach for the tragically inclined. www.LambethSterling.com
DAVID A. MOSS
In “Cracked Clown”, David Moss learns that sometimes laughter can be misleading.
David A. Moss has performed everything from Shakespeare, including the title role in Othello, to stand-up comedy where he’s appeared on HBO & Showtime. Currently David is working on completing “Cracked Clown” which will premiere at THE MARSH in June.
How hard can it be for Zahra, an Iranian Muslim girl in her mid-twenties, to move-in with her Athiest White-American Boyfriend and cheerfully tell her father that she doesn’t need his blessing? Find out in Zahra Noorbakhsh’s one woman show,”All Atheists…”
Zahra Noorbakhsh is a solo-performer and stand-up comedian, who’s performed with Maz Jobrani from the Axis of Evil Comedy Tour, and Shazia Mirza from Last Comic Standing. Her one-woman show “Hijab and Hammerpants,” recently debuted at the SF Theater Festival, under the direction of W. Kamau Bell (SF Weekly’s performer of the year, 2008). Find out more about her comedy and solo shows at http://www.zahracomedy.com.
Ericka Lutz will perform an excerpt from her full-length solo show “A Widow’s To-Do List.” When she got married, Ericka didn’t want to say the “until death do us part” part. Ironically, twenty years later – BOOM! – sudden widowhood, followed by grief, absurdity, skin-hunger, and tattoos. Who knew that Love and Death came with a side order of So-Much-to-Do?
Ericka Lutz has performed solo shows throughout the Bay Area including at Words First and Stagewerx Theater, and on the streets of Tokyo, Japan. She is a member of The Guild, San Francisco’s premier solo performance development lab, under the auspices of W. Kamau Bell. Between performing gigs, she is the award-winning author of seven books, many short stories, and numerous personal essays. Visit http://erickalutz.com for information about her upcoming full-length show.