A Texas Baptist choir director unexpectedly inherits a San Francisco drag bar after the death of her son.
Stage Mother directed by Thom Fitzgerald (USA) 2020 is one of the narrative features of the forthcoming Frameline Pride Showcase 25 – 28 June 2020..
The principal character is caught between her judgmental husband back home in Texas and the people in San Francisco she tries to help who are somewhat unsure of her ultimate motives.
Compassion and creativity along with plentiful music, outrageous costumes, and comic moments make this film fun to watch.
For more info and tickets contact Frameline.org
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No, it’s not a cooking show!
Tom Ammiano’s new one-man show is an entertaining romp through his two terms as a member of the California Assembly. Whether he’s sitting in his office, standing on stage, or running for office, the jokes keep coming. He knows how to get a laugh.
His sense of humor has undoubtedly served him well in all of his careers: teacher, comic, and politician. During his tenure in public office he’s championed health care, affordable housing, LGBT issues, as well as labor, immigration, and prison reform.
Mincing Words runs 8 September to 15 October 2016 at the Marsh, 1062 Valencia Street (off 22nd), San Francisco.
Along with his remarks about well-known politicians in various levels of government, he also introduces several characters that embody undesirable traits making them perfect foils for humor.
San Francisco values, of course, from a Jersey guy now deeply rooted in the West.
Shows run Thursday nights and Saturday afternoons. Contact the Marsh for more info and tickets.
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