Robin Tyler performs her solo comedy show,
ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID, NEVER A GROOM
(the love story behind Prop 8).
REVIEW: Robin Tyler's Play is Brilliant!
Nicole Murray-Ramirez social published 23 Sept. 2010
Robin Tyler's one woman play, "Always A Bridesmaid, Never A Groom," met with rave reviews during its run at the Diversionary Theater-it was like a walk through the history of our GLBT movement in the 1950's, 60's, 70,s, 80,s, 90's-and present-just simply brilliant and a must see play which I predict will win every award there is-can't wait to see this play on film!
REVIEW: Robin Tyler's "Bridesmaid" is a must see.
Joyful romp through her life story is a buoyant trip through gay history
Morgan M. Hurley - SDGLN Copy Editor
September 17th, 2010
"Always A Bridesmaid, Never A Groom", is a fabulous and delightful romp through her personal and mostly public life, which frankly reads just like the encyclopedia of gay history. With just a stool and a small table at her side, Robin dutifully chronicles her life story for the audience, interspersing it with her quick wit, audience interaction, and a multimedia presentation that includes old photos, newspaper clippings, home videos and television footage, in a montage that is all at once fun, passionate and historically riveting.
I found myself totally enamored with the bold and gregarious entertainer she was, long before I knew her name. You must go see this show. When it is over, you will feel exuberant, personally empowered and exceptionally honored to have been in such an intimate setting with this living legend.
Check out Robin in Phyllis Diller's First Annual Women Comics Show in 1979: http://youtu.be/BUB5w5anVLc
$25 online, ticket without dinner discount.
$30 online, ticket plus 25% Amalfi dinner discount.
$30 at the door (dinner discount not available at door).