1491513515 brian copeland s not a genuine black man tickets
Rated by 21 members
Review from SLH
100 events 62 reviews

Doesn't get much better than Brian's ruminations on anything. Makes you think while laughing along the way.

reviewed Apr 04 2019 report as inappropriate
Review from Pritch
113 events 23 reviews

Copeland's 'Not a Genuine Black Man' is a timely, moving, funny, horrifying and uplifting one-man play. Brian's inspirational play takes us through history through the eyes of a young black man living in a 99.9% white neighborhood in Northern...continued

reviewed May 30 2019 report as inappropriate
Janis Olson
Review from Janis Olson
27 events 14 reviews

Definitely worth seeing!

reviewed Aug 22 2019 report as inappropriate
Review from Late
44 events 8 reviews

Just in the nick of Trump ... ahh ...time!
Terrific show ... Powerful! The real "GET OUT" is at
the Marsh Theater .... LIVE and (dare I...continued

reviewed Apr 04 2019 report as inappropriate
Julie Gordon
Review from Julie Gordon
12 events 4 reviews

Powerful in content and delivery. Difficult to experience but critical to “be in the room where it happened “

reviewed May 30 2019 report as inappropriate
Judith Kivowitz
Review from Judith Kivowitz
8 events 2 reviews

This is a must see!

reviewed Jun 20 2019 report as inappropriate
Review from Nance
15 events 1 review

Brian is authentic! This was a deeply moving experience.

reviewed Apr 04 2019 report as inappropriate
Mark Novak
Review from Mark Novak
84 events 1 review

Copeland's, 'Not A Genuine Black Man' is an engaging performance of his personal story about growing up. It goes a long way to explain the background of his other one man show 'The Waiting Period'. Copeland is a strong communicator and he holds...continued

reviewed Apr 11 2019 report as inappropriate
Monika Lee
Review from Monika Lee
1 event 1 review

Funny, touching, wonderful performance. Highly recommend!

reviewed Jun 27 2019 report as inappropriate
Lawrence JPolon
Review from Lawrence JPolon
21 events 1 review

Mr Copeland exposes the daily indignities and stresses African Americans suffer through the lens of his own personal experiences growing up in San Leandro, one of the most racist enclaves in the nation in the early 1970’s. Told with a mixture of...continued

reviewed Apr 25 2019 report as inappropriate