MOCA presents "Sequels": A Staged Reading

Hey, New York City. Ever wonder what happens after the end of your favorite story? On Friday, December 14, come to MOCA for Sequels, in which writers Nora Chau, Ed Lin, and Kai Ma perform a staged reading of original sequels to three stories. The whole thing is directed by Lost's Ken Leung. Here's some more info:

SEQUELS: a staged reading Featuring Nora Chau, Ed Lin, and Kai Ma Directed by Ken Leung

Fri, Dec 14 from 8pm – 10pm

There is very little that can be as satisfying as a great ending to a story... star-crossed lovers riding off into the sunset, a long lost friend returning to the fold, a resolute cowboy succumbing to his injuries with profound grace. These images impact us and shape the way we tell stories. SEQUELS begs the question, what happened after that beautiful ending. Three exciting writers take a stab at answering.

What happened to Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz after she returned home? What was the next Christmas like for Carmela Soprano? Or the Peanuts gang after Charles Schultz passed away? Join us at MOCA to find out when Nora Chau (PRETTY PRECIOUS UNICORNS), Ed Lin (THIS IS A BUST), and Kai Ma (OPEN CITY) create original sequels to three great stories and a rambunctious cast of actors present the works as a staged reading directed by Ken Leung (LOST).

Cast includes: Cindy Cheung, Louis Changchien, Kristine Haruna Lee, Angela Lin, Jodi Lin, David Shih, and more.
Lots of cool people involved with this. The cost is $10, or $5 if you're a MOCA member. Visit The Museum of Chinese in America's website for more details.

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