Steve Koppman

Steve Koppman’s (Handy Man) short plays have been produced in New York, northern California, San Diego, Chicago, Michigan and Pennsylvania. His work has appeared in Smith and Kraus’ BEST TEN-MINUTE PLAYS. He has also acted in San Francisco and at the Edinburgh Fringe and been development director of the San Francisco Theater Festival. He has contributed short fiction to literary and regional magazines and anthologies, including the recent “Flush Fiction” (sic) out in April 2012 from the Portable Press. His satire, commentary and journalism have appeared in many publications including the San Francisco Chronicle, The Nation, The Chicago Tribune, The Village Voice, Newsday, the East Bay Express and others, and he was co-author of Treasury of American-Jewish Folklore (Rowman & Littlefield). He grew up in New York City and lives in Oakland, CA.

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    […] Handy Man—by Steve Koppman. Directed by Sarah Abrams. (Comedy) Mitch, age 14, has been roped into helping Mrs. Gobler, mother […]