La MaMa in association with 2G presents Community Voices: The Next GenderAsian
“Community Voices: The Next GenderAsian” is a concert reading of six ten-minute plays offering raw and outrageous perspectives on what it’s like to be queer and Asian-American today. “Community Voices” features new plays written by Alain Chan, Joseph F. Lin, Avinash Rajagopal, Lolan Buhain Sevilla, Ryan Shen, and Jason Tseng, directed by Kyoung H. Park. This evening is free and will take place at The Club at La MaMa on May 14th at 7:30 PM.
The ensemble cast for “Community Voices” features Jackie Chung, Angel Desai, Snehal Desai, Mieke Duffly, Jojo Gonzalez, Daniel K. Isaac, Ken Leung, Wei-Yi Lin, Andy Phelan, Eileen Rivera, Tobias Wong and Ching Valdes-Aran. Read more about us here.
“Community Voices” is sold-out! To sign up for our wait-list, please email Lisa Chan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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THANK YOU FOR COMING!
Pun Bandhu*, Elena Chang*, Cindy Cheung*, Jackie Chung*, Brooke Ishibashi*, Paul Juhn*, KK Moggie*, Manu Narayan*, Eugene Oh, Jed Orlemann*, Matt Park, Bhavesh Patel*, Katie Reynolds, David Ross*, Kevin Yee* and Stacey Yen*
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*These actors are appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association. Equity approved showcase.
INSTANT VAUDEVILLE: BREAKING BAMBOO brings more than 35 overachieving, slightly shy, yet sensual Asian American Artists together on one stage. Quick-cooked over a week, you’ll taste 2g’s high octane, form-bending, ceiling-breaking theater. INSTANT VAUDEVILLE: BREAKING BAMBOO is a playmaking series of original works designed to bring more than 35 established and emerging Asian American directors, actors, writers, performers and artmakers together to create live theatre in a fast, furious and collaborative manner over the course of one week. 2g is the hub for the next generation of Asian-American talent.
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Victor Maog has been appointed the new Artistic Director of Second Generation (2g) Gladys Chen, Board President, announced and will start his new position by spearheading 2g’s signature event, Instant Vaudeville. Mr. Maog will bring his many talents to Second Generation’s mission of supporting the Asian American theater community by bringing this population’s stories to the world’s stage.
“Victor Maog is one of the leading lights of his generation- smart, talented, capable, and an artist with deep principles and integrity,” said Oskar Eustis, Artistic Director of the Public Theater. “I’ve been delighted to be his colleague in the theater, and am even more delighted he will be assuming the Artistic Directorship of Second Generation. He’s going to make a real impact.”