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Winner “Best Solo Show” 2020 Marsh International Streaming Festival
2020 Best Of The Bay Comedian” SF Bay Guardian/ 48 Hills

Not Getting Any Younger

Written and Performed by Marga Gomez
Developed with Ellen Sebastian Chang

“Wild mix of childhood memory, social satire, reflections on aging, denial of same, confession, evasion and laugh riot.”  
Highest Rating, SF Chronicle

Marga Gomez tackles the latest generational divides, weaving her commentary through hilarious surreal life vignettes: little Marga visits the worst amusement park ever with her showgirl mom, little Marga attends a dysfunctional birthday party for her childhood nemesis Crazy Lisa and adult Marga tries to get a senior discount at Forever 21. In an energetic and meta 55 minutes Marga looks back on how even an outspoken lesbian can find herself in the closet for women of a certain age.

Trailer

KQED July 22, 2020
“Within two weeks of the shutdown, Gomez had already launched the first of many virtual comedy shows, the format of which she’s tweaked with each subsequent edition. First there were midday comedy brunches, then afternoon “high tea,” a Cinco de Mayo bash, a birthday party doubling as a political fundraiser, and, most recently, 30-minute “queer quickies” with co-host, the fabulous Jesús U. BettaWork. And finally, at long last, live-streamed performances of The Spanking Machine, running through July 25.”
Link to article: https://www.kqed.org/arts/13883619/in-the-mission-performers-marga-gomez-and-campo-santo-stay-resilient

New York Times July 15, 2020
“No Zoom window could possibly contain the outsize personality of Marga Gomez”
Link to article: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/15/theater/streaming-theater.html

About the Performer

Marga Gomez is a GLAAD Award-winning writer/performer of thirteen solo plays which have been presented Off-Broadway and in San Francisco at The Marsh, Brava, and more. Her television appearances include HBO’s “Comic Relief” at the invitation of Robin Williams who called her “Amazing… a lesbian Lenny Bruce.” Her acting credits include theatre roles: Campo Santos SF production of  “Translating Selena” (January 2020) Off-Broadway Ars Nova production of “Dr. Rides American Beach House” (November 2019) television: “Sense8” (Netflix.) She also  teaches solo performance online and produces virtual comedy shows.

www.margagomez.com


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