sis production presents ching chong chinaman

This is for all my friends in Seattle. Opening this week, SiS Productions presents the Northwest premiere of Ching Chong Chinaman by Lauren Yee, a comedy that promises to flip every cliche about Asian American identity upside down. It runs weekends, March 26 - April 24 at Richard Hugo House. Here's some more information:
SIS Productions
presents the Northwest premiere of

Ching Chong Chinaman

written by Lauren Yee
directed by Desdemona Chiang
choreographed by Laura Catherine West

March 26 – April 24, 2010
Fridays at 8pm and Saturdays at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.

"Great laughs...unexpectedly moving" - Examiner.com

Meet the Wong family: as all-American as apple pie. Ed likes to play golf, Grace wants another child, Desdemona is desperate to get into Princeton, and Upton is working towards gaming superstardom. When Upton gets an indentured Chinese servant to help him with his homework, life in the Wong household takes an interesting turn . . . Flipping every cliche about Asian American identity upside down, this award-winning play by Lauren Yee is an "exhilarating send-up" of the American dream.

Produced by: Lorna Chin, Kathy Hsieh, Jane Moon, & Miko Premo with support from Chris Monsos, Lisa Marie Nakamura, Serin Ngai & Roger Tang.

Featuring: Jose Abaoag, Stan Asis, Elizabeth Daruthayan, Kathy Hsieh, Kay Nahm and Christian Ver!

To purchase tickets, please visit Brown Paper Tickets

Special thanks to Seattle’s Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, Theatre Puget Sound, the Washington State Arts Commission, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the U.S. Census Bureau for their support.
Join the cast for a gala reception and opening night party after the 8:00pm performance this Friday, March 26. Admission to the gala is free with an opening night ticket to the show. You're also invited to join the cast after every performance for a post-play discussion. For more information about Ching Chong Chinaman, visit the SiS Productions website here. And to purchase tickets, go here.

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