Performing Arts

Brian Copeland: 'Not a Genuine Black Man'

Friday marks a year-long run for Brian Copeland's one-man show, Not A Genuine Black Man. A personal exploration of racism and racial identity in America, the stage production is San Francisco's longest-running one-man show.



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