How was your experience?
Brian Copeland shares more than his own history of depression in this one-man show. He creates characters to underscore the frequency of depression and the age spread of those affected. What struck me was the kindness, Copeland shows to himself and to his illness. Lighting and heating in the theater are problematic. Too warm and if one sits in the front row, the lights get in one's eyes. When Copeland is turned away, his voice doesn't carry. All in all though, a good experience. See my blog www.spiritflowsthru.com for a personal response to depression and to the show.