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Old Happens: Preview a One-Man Play: talk/dine Aging in Community (S. Berkeley)

“Old happens. If you think I’m lying, just keep on breathing.” 

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Old Happens is a solo performance play--Written and Performed By David Glover and Directed By Phillip Walker--about growing old and finding total acceptance in the process, with pride and dignity for all life in all its forms and dimensions from young to old to finale. 

"Thoroughly inspiring and entertaining performance delivered with skill, passion, and compassion.  An important message of acceptance and joy for those feeling challenged by aging and for anyone who plans to get old, too.  David Glover uses his own experiences and revelations and great storytelling that had the audience laughing and crying and learning, all at the same time." - Katrina Wreede 

We've connected with David and his New Old Age movement around our Aging in Community work with Ashby Village and for Senior Cohousing, and we'd like to invite you to see his performance and share your feedback, as we're considering incorporating it into some additional events this fall. Relax on a Friday evening and connect with other community members and seekers.

"David Glover’s one man show "Old Happens" has taken on a subject of importance and given it universal appeal through a display of humor and wisdom. I think his piece instills pride in elders and could serve to increase intergenerational understanding." - Luisa Teish 

 DINNER 6:30 PM

While available: spaghetti, salad, bread, broccoli. Made at Berkeley Cohousing. BYOB.

 SHOW   8:00 PM

at the East Bay Cohousing clubhouse at The Long Haul. Near Ashby BART. Across from La Peña and Starry Plough. Cross street: Woolsey, at the Oakland/Berkeley line.

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