This one's for all you New York theatergoers... The Spookfish Theatre Company presents its latest production, The ABC's Guide to Getting Famous, a hybrid film/theater piece that looks into the real lives of Asian American artists trying to make it in the entertainment industry. It's running now through November 27. Here are some more details:
Spookfish Theatre CompanyA show about race and casting? I love it already. Read these Q&As with playwright/performer Ming Peiffer and director Kat Yen. For further information on the show, go to the Spookfish Theatre Company website. And purchase tickets here.
Co-Produced by Horse Trade Theater Group
"The ABC's Guide To Getting Famous"
Written and Performed by
Developed with and Directed by
With Interviews From:
Janice Amano, Diane Diep, Ying Ying Li, Steve Lin, Tony Mui, Katie Peters, Christopher J. Tan, Chen Tang, and Viet Vo.
Part documentary and part solo-show, "The ABC's Guide To Getting Famous" is a raw look into the real lives of Asian American artists trying to make it in the entertainment industry. Funny, heartbreaking, and, at times, downright offensive. This hybrid film/theater piece is an honest investigation of race in casting.
Lighting Design by Porsche McGovern
Set Design and Tech Support by Walid Alhamdy
Artistic Direction/ Sound Design by Ming Peiffer
Video Editor: Case Aiken
Stage Manager: Natalie Zhang
Press Agent - Emily Owens PR
November 12- 27, 2012
Mondays & Tuesdays
in addition to November 25th and 27th
8 p.m @ The Red Room