making friday night plans

Short notice, but here's some cool stuff happening tonight... my pal Kristina Wong's one-woman show Wong Flew Over the Cuckoo's Next lands in Los Angeles this weekend for a homecoming show. Just two shows and 132 seats total. May 18-19 at the 2100 Square Feet Theater in Los Angeles, presented as part of TeAdaWorks 2007. It's zany, it's sharp, it's irreverent, and it's thought-provoking. Kristina is one-of-a-kind, and you're gonna love her. For more information, visit Kristina's website. The show goes to New York next month.

In New York, ALTRA Magazine presents Fay Ann Lee's Falling for Grace, a film screening charity event benefiting Asian Programs at the American Cancer Society. Tonight—Friday, May 18th at NYU Cantor Film Center. For more information about the event, go here. To learn more about Falling for Grace, go here. Oh, I should add that ALTRA just launched its spring issue (with James Kyson Lee of Heroes on the cover) and I'm told there's an interview with me in there somewhere...

But if Falling for Grace doesn't sound like your kind of thing, Asian Cinevision presents a special screening of Julia Kwan's Eve and the Fire Horse. Tonight, May 18th at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. It's a beautiful, fantastic, haunting film that I highly recommend checking out. For more information about the screening, go here.

Also in New York, there's a way cool art show happening right now, Joy Ride, part of the Seventh Annual Bicycle Film Festival, and presented by our friends at Theme Magazine. An art show inspired by the bicycle, featuring works by a truckload of really cool artists. Running now through May 21st at 33 West 17th Street. For more information, go here. Or view the pretty flyer here.

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