The Marsh San Francisco adds five free performances of Brian Copeland’s "The Waiting Period," due to ongoing support from a GoFundMe campaign and generous corporate contributions from Summit Bank, Clint Reilly Associates, Galvan and Associates, The Handlery Hotel Union Square in San Francisco, and Fremont Bank and OSIsoft in San Leandro. This deeply moving and surprisingly funny work outlines Copeland’s own struggles with depression and suicidal thought, and is presented at no cost to remove all barriers for those who may be struggling with depression themselves. Featuring humorous, poignant, and riveting insights, the solo show is written by Brian Copeland and directed by David Ford.
General admission is free, although reservations are recommended. For patrons interested in opportunities to support The Marsh’s ongoing endeavor to make this groundbreaking piece accessible to all, a limited number of reserved seats are available for $55 and $100.
For information or to order tickets, visit https://www.themarsh.org
or call (415) 282-3055 (Monday through Friday, 1pm-4pm).
To learn more about the ongoing fundraising campaign or to help The Marsh meet its $80,000 goal, please visit https://www.gofundme.com/5kp972-help-us-help-people-with-depression