Martha T. Lipton: Acting Like An Actress
About Martha T. Lipton
Veteran thespian Martha T. Lipton, the brainchild of local drag and theater artist Evan Johnson, presents: "Acting Like An Actress: Martha's Salute to the Stage!" The culmination of 30+ years of Martha's acting, this hilarious and sentimental evening is part seminar, part drama class and part demonstration. Audience members are invited to slap on a name tag and play along in this interactive character-driven spectacle! Martha is pulling out all her props and dusting off her costume chest! She's even burning a CD of sound effects, so get ready for a rip-roaring, awkwardly fun, evening of camp entertainment. Come kick off San Francisco's Pride Week, bring a quirky date, and wear some clothes you can move in! Held exclusively at OASIS, in the charming front Fez Room.
Martha T. Lipton (the failed actress) hails from Fresno, CA and teaches private acting classes in her paid parking space (she doesn't drive). Evan Johnson is a graduate of Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theatre, where he studied ensemble devised theatre, mask performance and clowning. Professionally, Evan teaches stagecraft to young adults and seniors at Harvey Milk Center for the Arts and is the creator/performer of "BARN OWL," "Don't Feel: The Death of Dahmer," and "Pansy."
Doors open at 7pm // Show begins at 8pm
Must be 21 or older to attend. ID required.