Baum for Peace, A Comedy About Terry Baum's Candidacy for Congress
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Brian Copeland's latest one-man show uses the events surrounding a ripped-from-the-headlines triple homicide to explore the roles of privilege and government regulation in our society. Stuart Alexander, owner of Santos Linguisa Factory, was convicted in 2004 of the murder of three state and USDA meat compliance officials after he claimed they were harassing his business. The Scion is written and developed by the award-winning Copeland (The Waiting Period), who broke the record for the longest-running solo show in San Francisco history with Not a Genuine Black Man. Learn More
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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.