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“Grandma & Me: An Ode To Single Parents” Brims with Humor and Humanity
“Hits that sweet spot between funny and moving… [Copeland is] a preternaturally gifted entertainer and storyteller.”
Brian Copeland zeroes in on single parenting in
“Grandma & Me”
“This is a show that overflows with love. Every parent should be so lucky to have a child who pays such beautiful tribute as Copeland does for his grandmother.”
“Grandma & Me” received four stars from SF Theater Blog!
“A testament to single parents everywhere… very funny as well as deep.”
Best Bets: “Whether personal or political, Copeland’s shows are a blend of rich humor and sharp observation, delivered by a stage performer who is as likable and engaging as they come.”
Bay Area theater in fall 2022: Reuniting never felt so good
“Solo performer Brian Copeland… is fearless with introspection, acute with observation, deadly with wit and compassionate with his audiences.”
Brian Copeland’s “Grandma and Me” speaks truth to single parenting
Brian Copeland’s new show honors beloved “Grandma” — and single parents: “What this play is exploring is what it truly means to be a parent.”
Brian Copeland of “Grandma & Me: An Ode to Single Parents” at The Marsh Shares His Experiences of Having Been on Both Sides of the Situation
It’s Kind of a Funny Story: Brian Copeland returns to the stage with free performances of his highly acclaimed one-man show, “The Waiting Period”
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After Robin Williams’s Suicide, Brian Copeland Revives His Show About Depression
Cheap becomes majestic in the Marsh’s “Jewelry Box”
Brian interviews author Craig Robinson, first lady Michelle Obama’s brother, about A Game of Character—the story of Robinson’s rise from Chicago’s Southside to college basketball coach.
“The Jewelry Box”: Saying that this one-man show is about Copeland’s efforts to get his mother a jewelry box would be like saying Moby Dick is about a whale.
CBS5 profile of Brian Copeland
Brian speaks at the Commonwealth Club of California
Brian Copeland scores again in ‘Scion’