Baum for Peace, A Comedy About Terry Baum's Candidacy for Congress
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The San Francisco Chronicle calls Baum, “the lesbian Woody Allen.”
The Marsh presents Terry Baum’s “Baum for Peace.” Terry Baum, slightly world-renowned lesbian playwright, ran as the Green candidate for Congress in 2004 in San Francisco. A peace candidate opposing the formidable Nancy Pelosi, Baum faced impossible odds.
Accompanied by Scrumbly Koldewyn on the piano, Baum uses farce, song and self-mockery to tell the tale of her pursuit of democracy. Lauded as “the lesbian Woody Allen” by the San Francisco Chronicle, Terry Baum has toured the world as a solo performer.