Sex, Death, Chopin - fasten your seatbelts for this "Riotously demented and brilliantly humane" (S.F. Bay Guardian) flight of you life! It's a solo comic tour-de-force as Ann Randolph
takes a crew of outrageous characters on a wild ride in the sky. Loveland recounts the emotional, hilarious and heartfelt journey of Frannie Potts, an irreverent, lovable woman, never shy to speak her mind, as she confronts both her fellow passengers and the loss of the biggest love of her life. "Irreverent, hilarious and deeply human" (S.F. Bay Times). Written & Performed by Ann Randolph. Mel Brooks compares Randolph to the late Gilda Radner for her audacious humor, generosity and ability to take us from tears to laughter in the same minute. Widely considered one of the most gifted and innovative writer-performers in the country, Randolph has been hailed by critics as "revolutionary, Whitmanesque, and a tour de-force." Directed by actor/director Matt Roth, who directed the 2008 L.A Ovation Award nominated productions of "Big Baby" written by Joe Keyes at the Lounge Theatre and Justin Tanner's "Teen Girl" at The Zephyr Theatre, the critically acclaimed "Texmas" by William Wright at the Third Stage and the cult classic "Bob's Holiday Office Party."