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SF: Oh My Goddess
Date Saturday June 24
Time 8:00 PM - 3:00 AM
Location Details
The Marsh San Francisco
1062 Valencia Street (near 22nd Street)
San Francisco, CA 94110
Event Type Concert/Show
Organizer/Authornikki k
Emailnikki [at] themarsh.org
"Sherry dives into everyday life and lifts you into the realm of joyous, belly-splitting laughter that sends audiences into fits of giggles. The progressive movement has found their comedic muse and she rocks!" -Paul Hawken Activist and Author of “NATURAL CAPITALISM.”

"Sherry Glaser is a supremely gifted and inventive performer. Devilishly clever, continually funny, touching, and politically perceptive. She gives great theater." -Michael Parenti, author of “THE ASSASSINATION OF JULIUS CAESAR” and the forthcoming “SUPERPATRIOTISM.”

The Marsh presents Sherry Glaser's Oh My Goddess! written and performed by Sherry Glaser, is a revolutionary theater piece that is not only hilariously funny, but deeply moving as well. First Sherry assumes the character of Miguel De Cervantes, a working man struggling with his identity and his cultural role as a servant. With the help of a telepsychic named Reality, he cleanses his chakras, finds his true destiny here on earth and becomes the channel for the return of the Great Jewish Mother of us all, Ma (God’s better half). Upon waking up from a 5,000-year nap, Ma is unhappy to see her children running amok, destroying "her house," the earth, which was left in the hands of "Pa" while she slept. She is also disconcerted by a huge oversight in Pa's book, which never once mentions her role in the Creation. It is through simple and positive humor that these characters remind us or our true heroism and inspire courage to confront the global crisis' we face.
Added to the calendar on Friday Jun 23rd, 2006 8:31 PM
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