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Death becomes her – Actress turns grief into hilarity in LOVELAND
What’s so funny about death? Plenty, if you’re award-winning writer/performer, Ann Randolph, renowned for transforming horror into humor. In her critically acclaimed solo show, LOVELAND, Randolph takes the audience on an unforgettable cross-country flight that is both hilarious and deeply human as she portrays an out-of-control, sexually charged misfit overwhelmed by grief. LOVELAND was awarded “Best Solo Performer of San Francisco” by the SF Weekly during Loveland’s sold-out run at the Marsh a few years ago.
“You'll laugh. You'll cry... Randolph mines new depth of hilarity.” - Robert Hurwitt, San Francisco Chronicle
“Riotously demented and brilliantly humane. Not to be missed.” -Rob Avila, SF Bay Guardian