Heads up, New York. Kelly Zen-Yie Tsai's solo show Formosa, inspired partly by the history of Taiwan's Barbie doll industry, is coming your way as part of the Ars Nova All-New Talent Fest. Catch Kelly's very first full performance on Tuesday, June 12 for a mere $10. More info:
After SOLD-OUT work-in-progress events in NYC (Museum of Chinese in America) & Chicago (The Public Square, Experimental Station), I'm proud and excited to present the very 1st production of my solo show FORMOSA with lights, costume, sound, set, and choreography, etc.
Join us in bringing FORMOSA to life on Tues., June 12th - Tix only $10!
For info & tix: http://arsnovanyc.com/antfest/shows/formosa/
Created & Performed by Kelly Zen-Yie Tsai
Directed by Jesse Jou
A mid-1600s Spanish sailor, an Asian American hip-pop diva, an 8-year-old Chinese adoptee, and a 1960s Taiwanese Barbie doll factory worker collide across time and space in this solo show investigation of beauty, bodies, and Barbie.
Set Design Chien-Yu Peng
Associate Set Designer Yu-Han Huang
Lighting Design Alan Edwards
Sound Design Charles Coes & Nathan Roberts
Prop Design Chien-Yu Peng
Costume Design Moria Clinton
Choreography Jessica Chen
Dramaturgy Amissa Miller
Produced by Chie Morita
For artist statement & info on FORMOSA's New York Live Arts Studio Series Residency: http://www.newyorklivearts.org/blog/?p=887#more-887
Click here to purchase tickets. Check out the Facebook event here.