Nov 23, 2011
After a divorce, the sudden death of his grandmother and a near-fatal car accident, writer and comedian Brian Copeland sunk into a deep depression. His one-man show “The Waiting Period” is a humorous and dark look at Copeland’s bout with depression. The play covers 10-days Copeland waits for the arrival of a gun he plans to use for suicide. “The Waiting Period” is a follow up to his smash autobiographical play “Not a Genuine Black Man,” which holds the record for the longest running solo play in San Francisco.
Copeland hosts Bay Area television talk show “7 Live” and “The
Brian Copeland Show” on KGO radio in San Francisco.