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'Alembong': Rumor Has It

This article was originally published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer.

Nothing was wrong with the Eljay Castro Deldoc’s translation of August Strindberg’s Miss Julie, a chamber piece that’s essentially about a young, rich woman flirting with a charming servant of her household. 61 more words


‘Crazy Talented Asians’ at East West Players — The Rafu Shimpo

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— AJ Rafael presents “Crazy Talented Asians” on Wednesday, May 29, at 7 p.m. at East West Players, 120 Judge John Aiso St. 46 more words


A play needs more than a good script

Sometime back I saw a play that was based on the concept of how Mahatma Gandhi and Einstein were geniuses as individuals but weren’t as good as fathers. 470 more words


The LA Times Review: David Henry Hwang’s ‘M. Butterfly’ takes flight in a more gender-fluid era

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— by Charles McNulty: Time passes, and even a contemporary classic can use a nip and tuck. David Henry Hwang, most famous for his Tony-winning 1988 play “M. 50 more words


Beauty and the Beast in Concert- Beaverton Civic Theatre

Chicken and Nugget LOVE Beauty and the Beast.  We have seen the animated version, the live action version, the incredible production at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and the local Pixie Dust Productions Christmas show.  338 more words


Episode 09 - "Sensitive Guys" (Blazey Best & Samantha Ward)

Blazey Best and Samm Ward talk about their production’s very contemporary feminism, and what it means when people walk out of your show. (Interview recorded 12th May, 2019) 14 more words

Performing Arts

REVIEW: Lambs to the Slaughter: Curse of the Starving Class at Signature Theatre

DF: Sam Shepard’s Curse of the Starving Class was the first play I directed at Penn, not long after I’d moved from Los Angeles to Philadelphia, and I’ve felt attached to it ever since. 923 more words