Finally, an opportunity to make your East Coast friends jelly that you have seen a play they haven’t (yet). Don’t miss Marga Gomez this May 10-31st with the solo play Lovebirds showing at The Marsh.
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brilliance of this creation threatens to derail the more familiar strands of “Lovebirds,” but Gomez mostly keeps Richards in his place and her intertwined stories on track.
It’s fast. It’s fun. It’s thought-provoking. And, almost too soon, it’s over. In the best showbiz tradition, Gomez leaves us wanting more. READ MORE HERE
Also, Interviews never get old: a Tall Cool Drink with Marga Gomez.
MG: Rick Warren is a very heated topic and a confusing situation. I talked about him [in the New Year’s Eve show] and how gay people felt that Obama threw them under the bus. I said I don’t think that analogy works in San Francisco when you have to wait 40 minutes for the Muni. Someone throwing you under the bus is not a serious problem. If someone throws you under the bus you have about a half hour to save yourself.
Proposition 8 is very hard for me to wrap my mind around. I feel that the religious right misrepresents God. I think they are going to really pay for it in the after life. MORE HERE