Steven Karwoski's Solo Show Are Ya Dating?
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The last date listed for Are Ya Dating? was Wednesday May 2, 2007 / 8:00pm.
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Creator of Not a Genuine Black Man, the longest-running solo show in San Francisco history, the multi-talented Brian Copeland mounts his third one-man production, The Scion, an incisively funny look at class inequality. With his razor-sharp wit, Copeland examines the events surrounding the infamous Santos Linguisa Factory triple homicide, in which the sausage dynasty's scion gunned down three meat inspectors as they attempted to enter the facility. Walking the line between comedy and tragedy, Copeland turns the microscope on the privileged few that believe themselves to be above the law. An author, comedian, radio and TV host, Copeland also recently starred alongside Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson in the film The Bucket List and is the creator of the critically acclaimed solo show The Waiting Period. Learn More
<p>Steven Karwoski began writing and performing in San Francisco in 2000. His previous shows, “Are Ya Working?” and “Adventures of a Substitute Teacher” draw on his over twenty years of schlepping in the trenches of the working world. His family and friends’ constant request for ‘the dating show’ decided the subject of this, his third solo show. Karwoski began developing his dating stories in David Ford’s class and continues to work under Ford’s direction. It is a work in progress.</p> <p>Karwoski has performed at all the major Canadian Fringe Theatre Festivals as well as San Francisco’s Exit Theatre, Laborfest, Dell’Arte’s Mad River Edgefest, Fresno’s Rogue Festival and Philadelphia’s Comedy Cabaret. His radio appearances include “West Coast Live” and “Work with Marty Nemko.” “Are Ya Working?” took the San Francisco Fringe Festival’s Best Of San Francisco Fringe Critic’s Choice Award as well as the Sold Out Venue Award. “Are Ya Dating?” received The Edmonton Sun’s Top 3 Picks of the Fringe 2006.</p>