FWD: Life Gone Viral -- New Play About the Perils of the Internet
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The last date listed for FWD: Life Gone Viral was Sunday December 11, 2011 / 7:00pm.
Currently at The Marsh Upstairs Studio Theater
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About the Performers:
Charlie Varon and David Ford, both artists-in-residence at The Marsh, have been collaborating for 20 years. Varon’s previous plays have enjoyed extended runs in San Francisco, toured, been released on CD, and won numerous awards. These shows include Rabbi Sam (2009), Rush Limbaugh in Night School (1994; revived 2004), Visiting Professor of Pessimism (2003), Ten Day Soup (2002), The People’s Violin (2000), and Ralph Nader Is Missing! (1997). Varon is the recipient of a SF Bay Guardian Goldie Award and the 1994 Will Glickman Award for best new play in San Francisco. He has collaborated on and directed Dan Hoyle’s shows_ Tings Dey Happen_, which won the 2007 Will Glickman Award, and the runaway hit The Real Americans.
Jeri Lynn Cohen is a charter member of Word for Word Performing Arts Company, where she has originated roles in over a dozen shows including their critically acclaimed productions of Olive Kitteridge and More Stories by Tobias Wolff. She has appeared at ACT, Aurora Theatre, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Campo Santo, Eureka Theatre, A Jewish Theatre, Magic Theatre, Marin Theatre Company, San Jose Stage Company, and she has toured nationally and internationally with both Word for Word and the San Francisco Mime Troupe. Jeri Lynn is thrilled to be collaborating on a new piece of theatre with brothers Ford and Varon … two soulful, sensitive and very funny artists she has admired for many years.