Seattle Repertory Theatre
Aliens in America
featuring Sandra Tsing Loh
November 29, 1999 to January 15, 2000

Aliens in America, now running in Los Angeles, is about humorist and public-radio commentator Loh's life as the child of a Chinese father and a German mother. It plays Nov.29-Jan. 15 at the Leo Kreielsheimer Theatre. More details: 206-443-2222.

ASIA (Washington, DC)
Big Hunk o' Burnin' Love
by Prince Gomolvilas
December 12, 1999 to January 8, 2000

See News story.

Beantown Productions (LA)
All in the Timing
by David Ives
January 7 to 16, 2000

Six comedic one-acts!
Two Roads Theatre
4348 Tujunga Ave. (near Moorpark St.)
Studio City, CA
Tickets/Info: (323) 344-8521
$10 per person

Friday, Jan. 7 & 14 - 8PM
Saturday, Jan. 8 & 15 - 8PM
Sunday, Jan. 9 & 16 - 4:30PM

Anthony Cuesta
Nechelle Fabiana
Michelle Chai Ingkavet
Nghia Luu
Michael Miranda
Elizabeth Pan
Ian Shen
Trieu D. Tran

Trieu D. Tran


Bindlestiff Studio (SF)
Written and Performed by Alison M. De La Cruz
January 12 to 16th, 8pm
Bindlestiff Studio
185 Sixth Street at Howard

TICKETS: $12 General Admission
$10 Seniors & Students w/ID
sorry, no credit cards)
(the Wed. Jan. 12th show is a "Pay What You Can" night)

RESERV: call (415) 974-1167

Bindlestiff Studio, an epicenter of Filipino American Performing Arts is proud to present an original play by Alison M.De La Cruz. "Sungka" opens on Wednesday, January 12th and plays through Sunday, January 16th at 8pm each night. Ticket prices are $12 General Admission and $10 for Seniors & Students w/ID. Cash only, sorry no credit cards accepted. Note: The opening night, Wednesday, January 12th show is a "Pay What You Can" night. For reservations and information, please call Bindlestiff Studio at (415) 974-1167.

Brief Description of the Show
Engaged in the metaphoric play of the Filipino shell game Sungka, De La Cruz recounts the tumultuous terrains of growing up Filipina American. With humor and poignant honesty, De La Cruz creates a colorful canvas and explores familial and societal expectations around gender, sexuality, ethnicity, race and SPAM. This eclectic mix of spoken word, stories, song and movement magically weaves one of the many strands in the tapestry of the Filipina American journey. Written and performed by Alison M. De La Cruz. Directed by Sharon M. Lewis, Dramaturg Judy Soo Hoo, Production Manager Sergio Marin, Original Lighting Design by Jerry Linsangan. Portions of "Sungka" were developed at the David Henry Hwang Writers Institute, East West Players.

Biographical Statement of Artist
Alison M. De La Cruz is a poet, performance artist, playwright, event producer, community organizer and até (older sister). "SUNGKA" premiered in October 1999 at California State University, Dominguez Hills. Additionally, De La Cruz has performed excerpts from "SUNGKA" at East West Players, in Los Angeles, Highways Performance Space in Santa Monica, CA, the Lyceum Theater in San Diego and at readings sponsored by the Asian American Theater Company in San Francisco.

Alison's performance poetry memoirs "That Age" and "3 Consonants & 3 Vowels" will appear in the upcoming anthologies: _Coming Home to a Landscape: New Writings by Filipina Women_ (Calyx Books) and _Fil-Am_ (Publico Inc.) respectively.

De La Cruz is an alumna of the David Henry Hwang Writers Institute at East West Players in Los Angeles. While with the institute, De La Cruz's work was presented as part of the Fresh Off the Page series at the Japanese American National Museum, and as part of "Under Construction" and "Paper or Plastic: Asian American Plays To Go" - two Asian American Play festivals presented by East West Players.

De La Cruz has performed at college campuses throughout California,
including the University of California, Riverside, the California State University Polytechnic, Pomona, University of California, Irvine, Scripps College and the University of California, San Diego. De La Cruz was also honored to perform at "On the Verge: The 1st Annual Queer Pilipino American Conference", at University of California, Los Angeles.

De La Cruz is a member of the Board of Directors of Hapa Issues Forum and the mainstage entertainment producer for the Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture in Los Angeles. She is also the former Assistant Director of the Asian American Resource Center at Pomona College.

A native of Carson, California, Alison received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication from the University of Puget Sound, in Tacoma, Washington.

East West Players New Voices Project presents
The Y2K Writers Gallery Reading Series
The Japanese American National Museum
Presenting Voices from EWP's
David Henry Hwang Writers Institute
January 13, 2000

Alice Tuan, Ed Ramolete, Layne Wong, Annette Lee, Gary Kuwahara, Lucy J. Kim, Daniel Cariaga and Benjamin Lum
serving up NEW works,


The return of

Thursday, January 13 at 7.30 p.m.
East West Players Writers Gallery readings are at JANM
The Japanese American National Museum
369 E. 1st Street in Little Tokyo
Admission is free, but please call 213.625.0414 for reservations.

East West Players
The Nation's First and Foremost Asian Pacific American Theatre

Huntington Theatre (Boston)
Sisters Matsumoto
by Philip Kan Gotanda
through January 30, 2000

18 Mighty Mountain Warriors (SF)
My Own Private Sukiprata
January 20 to 30, 2000

"The World's Most Psychotic Asian American Comedy Group"
"M Y O W N P R I V A T E S U K I P R A T A"
a workshop production

The Bay Area's own 18 Mighty Mountain Warriors are back with a brand new workshop production from a sticky golden brown perspective. An incomplete look at the mythical Asian Pacific Island country of Sukiprata. See the colonization of Sukiprata by Aliens from Outer Space! See the colonization of Sukiprata by a Scotsman! Witness mailorder husbands, female circumcision, cavepeople, and contemporary Sukipratan Americans. What does it all mean? See the show and tell US!

Suggested for mature, ripened, sun-drenched audiences.

January 20-23, 27-30 2000
Thursday-Sunday 8pm

Noh Space
2840 Mariposa St.
San Francisco
(at Alabama, near 18th St.)

$8-$12 Sliding Scale
$7 each for groups of 10 or more
Reservations/Information (415)522-8752 or

Warning! Seating is EXTREMELY LIMITED for this space. Please make
your reservations early as we are likely to sellout of many shows.


P.O. Box 590356
San Francisco, CA 94159-0356

Theater Mu (Minneapolis)
8th New Eyes Festival
February 3 to 6, 2000

Eighth new works festival.

Friday, February 4
Heartbeat of the Drum
by Sara Dejoras
a modern fable in which a fisherman is saved by the love of a young woman in his village.

Alex Lubet and Mai Neng Moua
a collaboration in music and poetry

a new song for two drummers by Iris Shiraishi, performed with Jennifer Weir.

Saturday, February 5
Daughters of the Philippines
Filipino Sisters
a folk story by Lia Rivamonte, three young women choose their own futures.
Export Quality
a play by Sandra Agustin about the ties that bind three disparate workers in the garment industry.

Tiger Tales
Cha Yang and R.A. Shiomi dramatize the dangers of all kinds of tigers.

Sunday, February 6
Song of the Pipa
a play which interweaves a Tang Dynasty poem with the life of pipa player Gao Hong, written by R. A. Shiomi from an idea by R. A. Shiomi and Gao Hong.

Tea Tales: Myths under the Moon
Milpitas Community Center, Milpitas, CA
February 3, 2000, Thursday
7pm-8:30 pm

~~$5 donations requested~~
~~Children 5 and under are free~~

Eth-Noh-Tec in Stories of Life, presented by Contemporary Asian Theatre Scene (CATS) and Art Attack,

Presenting Asian stories using dance movement and music. Storytelling for the new lunar year. Universal entertainment for all ages, fun for the entire family. Gather 'round over a warm teakettle and hear stories of origination, myths and magic.

An evening of storytelling infused with music and dance for the entire family. Asian myths and folklore celebrating life and the importance of our relationships to family and friends will be presented in an entertaining and educational style. Each tale presents folklore with roots in the Asian culture, yet with universal messages of how we, as members of a diverse community, share common values and experiences. For information, call CATS at (408) 298-2287.

More about Eth-Noh-Tec

Loud Mouthed Asian Babes
The Yoko Ono Project
Stage play/characters by Jean Yoon
Music, instruction poems, and other texts by Yoko Ono
Original music by Lee Pui Ming
January 11 to February 6, 2000

Produced by Theatre Passe Muraille and Loud Mouth Asian Babes Toronto, CANADA

Quirky, obsessed, passionate, provocative, The Yoko Ono Project is a multimedia extravaganza that highlights the experience of three Asian Canadian women as filtered through and magnified by the icon of Yoko Ono. A celebration of the art, strength and unbridled imagination of "the most famous undiscovered artist in the world", The Yoko Ono Project is an inventive melding of music, performance and multi-media, and promises to explode myths and challenge perceptions about one of the most controversial of modern artists.

"I thought art was a verb rather than a noun." Yoko Ono

Previews: January 11, 12, 2000
Runs: January 13 - February 6, 2000

At Theatre Passe Muraille, Mainstage
16 Ryerson Avenue
(North of Queen, East of Bathurst)
Toronto, CANADA

Advance tickets, season passes available from July 15, 1999
For more information, please visit the TPM website at:


or the Loud Mouth Asian Babes site at:


Pan Asian Repertory Theatre (NYC)
Teahouse of the August Moon
by John Patrick
January 11 to February 13, 2000

The Dream Music Puppetry Program of HERE presents Chinese Theatre Workshop's
Toy Theater version of the Kun Opera masterpiece
The Peony Pavilion through
Sunday, March 12.

The magical one-hour show retells in English the 16th century Chinese Opera epic in miniature-- using modern western techniques of puppetry, masks and toy theater, alternating with excerpts from the original opera dance, song, music, make-up and costumes. Suitable for ages 7 and up.

Written and directed by: Kuang-Yu Fong and Stephen Kaplin
Designed by Stephen Kaplin
Performed by Richard Chang, Kuang-Yu Fong & Stephen Kaplin
Music performed by Baogang Liu, Karen Wong & Zhongxi Wu
Kun Opera coach: Yuhang Wen

Dates: Feb. 24 - March 12
Times: Thursday - Saturday at 7 pm; Sunday at 3 pm
Venue: Dorothy B. Williams Theatre at HERE,
145 6th Avenue (at Spring St)
NYC 10013

Tickets: $12
Reservations: Call Here at 212-647-0202
Information: Here ( or
Chinese Theatre Workshop (718-457-1627 or e-mail:

Reviews: and

AATC (San Francisco)
Lunar New Years:
Festival of 12 Minute Plays
February 15, 2000

See News story!

East West Players (LA)
Golden Child
by David Henry Hwang
January 26 to February 20, 2000

See News story.

Northwest Asian American Theatre (Seattle)
I Remember Mapa
by Alec Mapa
February 1 to 20, 2000

Northwest Asian American Theatre in association with the Mark Taper Forum's Asian Theatre Workshop is proud to present award winning actor/performer Alec Mapa in the Northwest premiere of his hit solo show, I REMEMBER MAPA. The show runs through Feb 1 - 20, Tues -Sat at 8 p.m. and Sun at 4 p.m. HALF PRICE tickets are available for the Tues Feb 8 and Wed Feb 9th performances.

Call 340-1049 for reservations now.

Mapa is a power house performer and I REMEMBER MAPA has received rave

"This guy is hilarious!" -- The Seattle PI

"There are many bits that will have you laughing days after" -- The Stranger

"A wild and witty ride!" The Seattle Times

This wickedly funny one-man show originated at the Mark Taper Forum's Asian Theatre Workshop in Los Angeles, and has since played to sold-out houses in New York, San Francisco and San Antonio. Based on his true-life experiences, the piece chronicles Mapa's colorful adventures-- through rise, fall and rebirth--as a gay Filipino American actor in the entertainment industry. Told with flamboyant wit and searing honesty, this exemplary solo piece is ultimately a celebration of the resilience of the human spirit.

NWAAT is thrilled to present Alec Mapa in his Seattle debut. Mapa made his professional debut at age 23 playing the role of Song Liling in the Broadway production of David Henry Hwang's M. Butterfly. After playing the role for nearly a year, Mapa then went on to star in the National Tour. Other Broadway credits include A Little Hotel On The Side and Timon of Athens (National Actor's Theatre). I Remember Mapa received the 1998 L.A. Weekly Award for Best Solo Performance. Mapa has guest starred on more than thirty televisions shows, including Friends, Roseanne, Seinfeld and NYPD Blue. His film credits include Bright Lights, Big City and A Substance of Fire.

New Conservatory Theatre Center (SF)
written and performed by
directed by
February 4 to 20, 2000

"[THE RICE ROOM] mingles acute intelligence with gently sardonic irony."

This hit solo show is set in a trendy West Hollywood bar and is based on the performer's work in the gay Asian community.

February 4-20, 2000

New Conservatory Theatre Center
25 Van Ness
San Francisco, CA

Info: (415) 861-8972

East West Players (LA)
East West Players Network Showcase
Febrruary 15 to 16, 2000

The EWPN showcase features ten, five-minute scenes by twenty actors from
the EWP Actors' Network. The featured actors include (in random order):

Jennifer Aquino/Kipp Shiotani
Alice Chen/Radmar Jao
John Cho/Kerri Higuchi
Leon Gertzen/Janet Song
Joe Hoe/June Fujimoto
Grace Jun/Eddie Mui
Elaine Kao/Ming Lo
Ian Shen/Elizabeth Pan
Kennedy Kabasares/Burt Bulos
Marita de Lara/Rex Lee

For industry, Ming Lo is taking reservations at (310) 442-7667 or by e-mail at Non-industry are of course welcome, and the show is free, but seating for Non-industry guests will be on a first come, first serve basis.

The David Henry Hwang Theater is located on 120 N. Judge John Aiso Street (formerly San Pedro, between First and Temple Streets). Parking is available next to the theater.

SD Asian American Repertory Theatre
Struggling Truths
by Peter Mellencamp
February 27, 2000

See News story.

Seattle Repertory Theatre
Stop Kiss
by Diana Son
January 24 to March 5, 2000

National Asian American Theatre Co. (NATCO)(NYC)
William Shakespeare
Tuesdays - Saturdays, 7:00 p.m.
Saturdays & Sundays, 2:00 p.m.

Shakespeare's Othello performed by an all-Asian American cast (including the title character).
The Connelly Theatre, 220 East 4th Street (bet. A & B)
Contact Info: (718) 623-1672
$15. $12 for groups of 10 or more.

presents Hiroka Fujita
in Workshop and Concert
March 10 to 12, 2000

For the first time ever, Eth-Noh-Tec will be producing another performer's work: HIROKO FUJITA, Japanese Storyteller & Folk-Toymaker direct from Japan on her 6th U.S. Tour! We invite you to help us spread the word in and around the Bay Area and/or attend any of the events to help make Fujita-san's visit a success. She will be here March 10-12 with Fran Stallings performing concerts and conducting various workshops. Read on for more detailed info.


Hiroko Fujita in Concert!!
Randall Museum, 199 Museum Way, SF
Concert Tickets: $12 Adults/$6 Kids OR Advance: $11/$5

International storyteller and author of "Katare Yamanba" (Tell us, Mountain
Woman), Fujita-san, from Fukishima Prefecture in Japan, will tell stories
with her English counterpart storyteller Fran Stallings. Together they will
share this rich and ancient oral tradition of Japanese folk culture
accompanied by the folkcraft of yesteryear into Year 2000! Her energy, sense
of fun, and loving spirit will capture your ears and your heart!

March 10, 7-9pm
Storyteller's Workshop
Tilden Nature Center, Wildcat Canyon Rd., Berkeley
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to expand your storytelling vocabulary with
body gesture and sound effects from Japan's folk culture.
Early registration $30 due Mar. 3. Walk-up registration: $35.

March 11, 10:30am-12pm
Family Workshop
Randall Museum, SF
Rainy days with nothing to do? Well now there's something for the kids AND
you together! Learn traditional Japanesefolk games, "song" stories, and
craft projects (see below)! Make imaginative "action" toys from found
objects at home and the backyard. Who needs TV?!!
Class Fee: $5

March 11, 3-4:30pm
Teacher's Workshop
Randall Museum, SF
Turn a milk carton into a frog...a newspaper into a ladder and more! And all
the while you're spinning a traditional tale. Join the folktale fun with
plenty of new classroom (3rd thru 5th grade) activities to take back to
school! Early registration includes full day (9-3pm) workshop: "Project
WILD, Aquatic WILD" or just attend Fujita's workshop: 3-4:30pm.
Fee: $25 due Mar. 3.

Hiroko Fujita in Concert!!
Randall Museum, 199 Museum Way, SF
Concert Tickets: $12 Adults/$6 Kids OR Advance: $11/$5

Send checks payable to: "Eth-Noh-Tec", 977 S. Van Ness, SF CA 94110
FOR ALL EVENTS CONTACT: (415) 282-8705 or
We need volunteers! Contact us!

Special Discount!!! Ask for "The Passport": $40!! (Any 3 events, 1 Price, OR
Family of 5 for the Concert & Family Workshop)!

Subterranean Shakespeare (SF)
Measure for Measure
by William Shakespeare
February 17 to March 19, 2000

Directed by Stanley Spenger


Jason Arquin
Ali Baker
Noah James Butler
Pete Caslavka
Bill Davidson
Genevieve Lee
Stanley Spenger
Robert Wu
Phil Young

Perfomances 2/17 - 3/19
Thurs. thru Sat. & sunday on 3/12, and 3/19 all at 8:00 pm
$10 general and $6 for Students @ La Val's Subterranean
1834 Euclid Ave. (at Hearst)
Berkeley - Reservations (510) 234-6046
Pizza, Beer & Shakespeare

Pork Filled Players (Seattle)
(sic) and twisted: neuroses, fetishes, delusions and other modern joys
March 9, 6 pm
March 11, 10 pm
March 12, 2 pm
March 15, 7:30 pm
March 18, 3:30 pm
March 19, 12 pm

Part of Seattle's Fringe Festival!

Pork Filled Players present an all-new show, devoted to all the neurotics, psychotics, obsessives and other twisted people that make 21st Century life so much FUN to endure!

Directed by noted Seattle director Kim Richardson, this show brings back some old favorites and introduces some new ones. With David Kobayashi, KC Dupps, Daren Wade, Tamara Johnson, Leilani Wollam and (reluctantly) Roger Tang in sketches like Hotel North Tacoma, KC McBeal, It's Me, Isn't It? and I.P.O (Po).

photo by Jennifer Guarisco

East West Players New Voices (LA)
At the Japanese American National Museum
(A play in 24 scenes
by Han Ong
directed by Alberto Isaac
March 9, 2000, 7:30 pm

What did Beethoven do after he died? He decomposed. What will Jakob do if Lunga kills himself?

Writers Gallery readings are free at the Japanese American National Museum at 364 E. First Street, but please call 213.625.0414 for reservations. This reading made possible, in part, by a grant from The James Irvine Foundation.

San Diego Asian American Repertory Theatre
He Came Out of The Closet
by Ted Falagan
March 10 to 19, 2000

It's AART at the Fault Line!

In what amounts to a sort of artistic collaboration, AART associate artists Diep Hyunh, Jyl Kaneshiro, and Kee Taub along with AART Managing Director Arnold Marquez in Faultline Theater founder Ted Falagan's HE CAME FROM OUT OF THE CLOSET, a humorous look at one nisei's "coming out of the closet" experience!

Jim is enjoying life, hosting a B-movie TV show and partying weekends. But when his younger brother Tony announces he's gay, he and sister Takako have to deal with the fallout from their first-generation father... And it doesn't help that the TV station management wants him to dress up like a Pokemon for Halloween!

Playwright Ted Falagan (himself hapa-Japanese) and partner Debbie Fabiano run the "working-class" Fault Line Theatre. Playing with CLOSET! on a double-bill is Neil Stuart's BATSONG, a comedy musical about the legend of Dracula. AART is San Diego's only contemporary Asian American theater company, striving through its to provide San Diego and Southern California with the Asian American perspectives these communities deserve.

Friday, March 10, at 8 P.M.
Saturday, March 11, at 8 P.M.
Sunday, March 12, at 2:30 and 6:30 P.M.
Friday, March 17, at 8 P.M.
Saturday, March 18, at 2:30 and 8 P.M.
Sunday, March 19, at 2:30 and 6:30 P.M.

The Faultline Theatre is located at 3152 5th Avenue in downtown San Diego. Admission is $6. For reservations and information call (619) 692-3382.

# # #

The Faultline Theatre

HE CAME FROM OUT OF THE CLOSET! by Ted Falagan (in double-bill with BATSONGS by Neil Stuart)
Directed by Ted Falagan

A humorous look at one Japanese-American family deals with a "coming out of the closet" experience!

The Fault Line Theatre is located at 3152 5th Avenue in downtown San Diego.

Friday, March 10, at 8 P.M.
Saturday, March 11, at 8 P.M.
Sunday, March 12, at 2:30 and 6:30 P.M.
Friday, March 17, at 8 P.M.
Saturday, March 18, at 2:30 and 8 P.M.
Sunday, March 19, at 2:30 and 6:30 P.M.

Admission is $6.
For reservations and information call (619) 692-3382.

Half Lives
written and directed by Peter Tamaribuchi
March 18, 2000

San Francisco - Asian American Theater Company presents a dramatic reading of Half Lives written and directed by Peter Tamaribuchi. The reading features Wallace Choy (Actor's Equity) as Frank Fukuyama, Kim Compoc as Merielle Lee, Leslie Lausch as Mike Harrington, Alison Minami as Justine Fukuyama and Tad Yagi as Dave Kim. The reading will be held on Saturday, March 18th, 8:00 p.m., at the Center for African, African Art and Culture (CAAAC), 762 Fulton Street, between Webster and Buchanan in the Western Addition neighborhood of San Francisco.

Dungeons and Dragons. Rambo. Mickey Rourke. Japan Bashing. Don't you miss the eighties?

Half Lives, is a new drama/comedy that brings back the excitement in a coming-of-age tale about a typical Asian American teenager who faces all the usual questions: When do you go all the way? How do you keep it from your Dad? What do you do if your boyfriend becomes a racist, sexist !!!*&^5#@!? Tamaribuchi has written a useful self-help manual for those still suffering from the decade of decadence.

Peter Tamaribuchi earned his Master in Fine Arts in Playwriting from University of California Los Angeles. He currently resides in the Bay Area.

There is a $5.00 suggested donation for the reading. Parking Available.

East West Players (Los Angeles)
Monday, March 20, 2000
Westin Bonaverture Hotel

Mistress & Master of Ceremones: Amy Hill & Alec Mapa

Emerson Majestic Theatre
March 31, 2000

Treasure in the House 2000 (LA)
Highways Performance Space
March 3 to April 2, 2000

Treasure in the House, the 8th Asian Pacific American Performance and Visual Art series presented at Highways Performance Space in Santa Monica. Usually presented in the fall, it's bumped to spring this year - Five weekends of dance, performance and music. Check it out...

  • MARCH 3, 4 Friday & Saturday
    The internationally-acclaimed modern dance company of Hae
    Kyung Lee presents Distant Memory (premiere); Celestial
    Ashes (L.A. premiere); Voices From the Deep.
  • MARCH 5 Sunday - Original Folk-Rock Music
    Musician/performance artist San Angel performs selections
    from her recent CD and more.
    Well-known as an outstanding actor, John shows off his chops
    as self-professed John Lennon-wanna-be...
  • MARCH 10, 11, 12 Friday, Saturday, Sunday
    ALISON DE LA CRUZ - Tales From The Hip...
    From obsessive high school drill captain to soulful hula student,
    De La Cruz's characters are honest, lyrical, and funny.
    JAYVEE MAI - My Mother and Her Children
    A humorous & scathing look at the Vietnamese-American
    community's ongoing struggle to make peace with itself.
  • MARCH 17, 18 Friday & Saturday
    Modern & Kabuki-based movement with live improvisational
    music & amplified heartbeat. Not your typical cherry blossom...
  • MARCH 19 Sunday - Folk-Rock music
  • MARCH 24, 25 Friday & Saturday
    OGURI & OTHER DANCERS STUDY 2 - Project: Height of Sky
    A new multimedia dancework by L.A.'s premiere Butoh-artist,
    with Jamie Burris and Asako Tsunoda explores the borders of
    climate, topography, consciousness and civilization.
  • MARCH 26 Sunday - Folk-Rock music
  • MARCH 31, APRIL 1, 2 Friday, Saturday, Sunday
    Solo performances by outstanding local artists:
    ANNETTE LEE From The Corner of My Eye
    A funny, spooky tale of supernatural exchanges in the guise of
    everyday city life - watch out!
    PHIL NEE The Last Of The Nees
    Burdened by the Family Curse, he's supposed to be carrying on the
    family name - but he's too busy figuring out why he doesn't smile.
    Stripped of audience, lover and high heels, Lewis faces her Inner
    Diva and the existential dilemmas of a solo existence.
  • In The Gallery:
    MARCH 3 - APRIL 2
    An exhibit of paintings, collages and assemblages all inspired by
    a single stone.

    All shows at 8:30PM
    Tickets - $15 Seniors, Students w/I.D. - $13
    Reservations: (310) 315-1459

    NOTE: Hae Kyung Lee, Mari Fujita, and Oguri are being presented in collaboration with U.S.C.'s SC/W project, an exploration of Southern California as a microcosm of the world. Special ticket prices for U.S.C. students with I.D. for these three artists: 3 shows for $28 / 2 shows for $20

    Highways is at 1651 18th Street
    one-half block north of Olympic in Santa Monica

    For more info contact:
    Dan Kwong - Curator/Project Director
    (310) 453-4544

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