Cybill Shepherd
Cybill Shepherd
Cybill Shepherd will host talk-backs every Thursday night, following performances of Curvy Widow at San Francisco's Post Street Theatre. Billed "Curvy Conversations with Cybill Shepherd," the talkbacks will be held on February 14, February 21, February 28 and March 6. They are free to anyone who purchases a ticket for that performance.

Prior to show time, guests will be able to submit questions that will be answered by Shepherd immediately after the show. The actress stars in Bobby Goldman's solo play, directed by Scott Schwartz, which follows the exploits of a 50-something widow and her adventures in Internet dating.

The production features set and costume design by David C. Woolard, lighting design by Michael Gilliam, sound design by Sten Severson and Mark Bennett, original music by Bennett, and projection design by Michael Clark. Schwartz's many directorial credits include Golda's Balcony, Jane Eyre, Bat Boy: The Musical, and The Foreigner.

Shepherd has appeared on stage in The Seven Year Itch, Vanities, and Picnic. She is best known for starring on the television series Cybill and Moonlighting. Her many other film and television credits include The Last Picture Show, Daisy Miller, Taxi Driver, The Yellow Rose, and Martha Stewart, Inc.

For further information, visit www.poststreettheatre.com.