Will you help IndiMarin raise $3,000 while laughing your way back toward sanity at “The Great American Sh#t Show?” Actor, playwright, comedian and talk show host, Brian Copeland and Charlie Varon, master monologuist and mentor of The Marsh Theater, have teamed up for an evening of thinking, laughing and catharsis - medicine for survival in the age of Trump. Brian and Charlie are donating $20 to Indivisible Marin from each ticket purchased with our custom link code, INDIVISIBLE. We need to move quickly before the show sells out - there are only 140 seats left! Click here to purchase a ticket and please be sure to use the code INDIVISIBLE!
Please also forward this email to all of your friends, family and neighbors. It promises to be a great evening and a way to lift our spirits in these crazy times! As an added bonus, Charlie and Brian will be making themselves available for a “Meet and Greet” after the show for anyone who bought a ticket using that code.
IndiMarin will use the proceeds to pay for postage on the postcards we are sending to register disenfranchised voters in voter suppression states, as well to recruit more volunteers to help lay the groundwork for victory in 2020!
Rob Hurwitt, former San Chronicle theater critic, said after the April show, “Smart, funny, provocative and at times, unexpectedly deeply moving, this is theater as a welcome dash of hope in dark times and a much needed call to arms. GASS packs a lot of bracing punch into a highly entertaining 90 minutes. Created by three of the most accomplished solo theater artists in the Bay Area -- exceptional playwright-performers Brian Copeland ("Not a Genuine Black Man," "The Waiting Period") and Charlie Varon ("Rush Limbaugh in Night School," "Rabbi Sam") and their director/co-developer David Ford -- GASS is four beautifully crafted and oh-so-timely monologues that run the gamut from responding to the rising tide of racism and cult-like denials of facts to psychiatrists coping with Trump-induced nightmares to the perils of canvassing for a Democratic congressional candidate in a dark cut de sac in Modesto. This may be the perfect piece of theater for our times.”
We hope to see you and your friends there!