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|Event Start Date||Thursday, November 10, 2011|
Studio Theatre, Sacred Heart Hall
|Event Start Time||7:00 pm|
Joins us for this one-man show, which portrays a beautiful portrait of a young gay man and an opinionated woman -- his mother. Both hilarious and heartfelt, this story traces her journey from rejection to acceptance. A critical hit on both sides of the Atlantic, Emmy-nominated writer-performer Jeffrey Solomon plays both mother and son in a performance the Chicago Tribune calls "powerfully personal, yet as universal as family values."
Please RSVP to CID@sandiego.edu.
Co-Sponsored by the Center for Inclusion & Diversity, LGBTQ Faculty/Staff Association, PRIDE, United Front Multicultural Center, Women’s Center and Cropper Center for Creative Writing
|Contact||Mayté Pérez-Franco | firstname.lastname@example.org | (619) 260-2395|