ANOTHER funny person we adore…Lisa Koch has entertained us as part of Dos Fallopia with comedy partner Peggy Platt for years, including their annual “Ham for the Holidays” during the Christmas season, and as a solo performer at gigs all over the world including numerous appearances on Olivia Cruises. She’s a HUGE hit with the Lady Loving Lady crowd…must be something to do with her skills as actress/comedian/musician.
She’ll be taking to the stage alone this weekend at the Solo Performance Festival at Theatre Off Jackson in the International District this weekend, with her one woman show, “Show Me The Way To Go Home” a more serious turn for the comedian.
Seattle actor/musician Lisa Koch reprises her 2010 one-woman show (formerly “Demonstrate the Place of My Abode”), paying tribute to her late, lovable father. “Show Me the Way to Go Home” is an intimate look at Koch’s funny father, the music he inspired, and a candid glimpse into Death With Dignity. Combining music, comedy, recollections, and a photo montage of her family, “Show Me the Way to Go Home” is a touching and humorous tribute to a father and his courageous end-of-life choices.
3 SHOWS ONLY! Mar 21, 22 & 23 (Thu-Sat) at 7:30p
Theatre Off Jackson (409 7th Ave S. / Seattle 98104)
“Koch’s show is ultimately more about living than dying. It’s the kind of solo theater that makes you say: “Please, do share.” — Misha Berson, Seattle Times
It’s a must-see….” — Compassion and Choices, Washington
“Show Me The Way To Go Home” opens Thursday, March 21 at 7:30 pm at Theatre Off Jackson, 409 7th Avenue South and continues through Saturday the 23rd as part of the Solo Performance Festival. Get your tickets HERE!