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PAST PRODUCTIONS

     
     
     
    2013-2014 
     
    Fishing for Wives 
     
    NO-No Boy 
     
    NU Works: 2 Nights Only Series 
     
     
     
    2012-2013 
     
    Three Trees 
     
    Dojoji:The Man Inside the Bell 
     
     
    2011-2012 
     
    Stella Rising 
     
    Baudelaire:La Mort 
     
    Rangoon 
     
     
    2010-2011 
     
    WE ARE
Written & Directed by
Nguyen thi Minh Ngoc 
     
    Monster
by Derek Nguyen
Directed by Kaipo Schwab 
     
     
    2009-2010 
     
    Imelda
Book by Sachi Oyama  
     
    NEWWORKS 2010
Five weeks of new works by diverse artists, NEWWORKS 2010 is an expansion of Pan Asianís successful ongoing programs: 2+3 Nights Only! and Emerging Artists Forum
     
    Ching Chong Chinaman
A new comedy by Lauren Yee
Directed by May Adrales  
     
     
    2008-2009 
     
    Shogun Macbeth 
Adapted by John R. Briggs
From the play by William Shakespeare
Directed by Ernest Abuba
     
    NEW WORKS 09
Four weeks of full one-acts, shorts,
solo works, comedy and music
     
     
    2007-2008
     
image1here   The Joy Luck Club
a play by Susan Kim, adapted from the novel by Amy Tan
   
  2+3 Nights Only
 
   
  The Missing Woman,
by Nguyen thi Minh Ngoc
 
   
   
  2006-2007  
     
     
    Yohen,
by Philip Kan Gotanda 
     
    Tea, by Velina Hasu Houston 
     
    Carry the Tiger to the Mountain, by Cherylene Lee 
     
     
    2005-2006
     
     
    Cambodia Agonistes, by Ernest Abuba  
     
    Festival of New Works by John Quincy Lee, Terry Park, Lan Tran and Kendra Ware
     
    The Fan Tan King, by C.Y. Lee,
with music by Douglas Lackey
     
     
    2004-2005
     
     
    Mom, Dad, I’m Living with a White Girl, by Marty Chan
     
    Ghashiram Kotwal, by Vijay Tendulkar
     
    China Doll, by Elizabeth Wong
     
     
    2003-2004
     
     
    The Legacy Codes, by Cherylene Lee
     
    KWATZ! The Tibetan Project (The Sound of a Hammer Hitting a Head), by Ernest Abuba
     
    2 NIGHTS ONLY by emerging artists
     
     
    2002-2003
     
     
    Rashomon by Fay and Michael Kanin (Havana tour)
     
     
    Goy Vey! Adventures of a Dim Sun in Search of His Wanton Father (full version) by Richard Chang
     
     
    Empress of China by Ruth Wolff
     
     
    2001-2002
     
     
    The Legend of the White Snake adapted by Lu Yu
     
     
    Goy Vey! Adventures of a Dim Sun in Search of His Wanton Father by Richard Chang
     
     
    Psycho Wracks by Chin Woon-Ping
     
     
    Forbidden City Blues by Alexander Woo (world premiere)
     
     
    2000-2001
     
     
    The Legend of the White Snake adapted by Lu Yu
     
     
    Rashomon by Fay and Michael Kanin
     
     
    18 Mighty Mountain Warriors by
San Francisco artist collective
     
     
    1999-2000
     
     
    The Teahouse of the August Moon
by John Patrick
     
     
    The Poet of Columbus Avenue
by Dennis Escobedo
     
     
    1998-1999
     
     
    Carry the Tiger to the Mountain by Cherylene Lee
     
     
    18 Mighty Mountain Warriors by San Francisco artist collective
     
     
    The Joy Luck Club a play by Susan Kim adapted from the novel by Amy Tan
     
     
    1997-1998
     
     
    Shanghai Lil’s by Lilah Kan and music by Louis Stewart (tour)
     
     
    Out of the Wheelchair and Into the Fire by Esther Goodhart and Stewart M. Schulman
     
     
    Aloha Las Vegas by Edward Sakamoto
     
     
    1996-1997
     
     
    Innocence of Ghosts by Rosanna Staffa
     
     
    Slant by Rick Ebihara, Wayland Quintero, Perry Yung
     
     
    Shanghai Lil’s by Lilah Kan and music by Louis Stewart
     
     
    1995-1996
     
     
    Private Lives by Noel Coward
     
     
    Cambodia Agonistes by Ernest Abuba and music by Louis Stewart (tour)
     
     
    Friends by Kobo Abe
     
     
    Revolutionary by Elizabeth Wong (tour)
     
     
    1994-1995
     
     
    Arthur & Leila by Cherylene Lee
     
     
    Yellow Fever by R. A. Shiomi
     
     
    Rita’s Resources by Jeanne Barroga
     
     
    Letters To A Student Revolutionary by Elizabeth Wong (tour)
     
     
    Cambodia Agonistes by Ernest Abuba and music by Louis Stewart (tour)
     
     
    1993-1994
     
     
    Eating Chicken Feet by Kitty Chen
     
     
    Cambodia Agonistes by Ernest Abuba and music by Louis Stewart
     
     
    Wilderness by Cao Yu
     
     
    1992-1993
     
     
    Cambodia Agonistes by Ernest Abuba and music by Louis Stewart
     
     
    Letters To A Student Revolutionary by Elizabeth Wong (tour)
     
     
    A Doll House by Henrik Ibsen
     
     
    1991-1992
     
     
    The Dressing Room

by Kunio Shimizu

     
     
    Letters To A Student Revolutionary

(Theatre For Youth and Tour)

     
     
    Fairy Bones by Laurence Yep
     
     
    1990-1991
     
    Lucky Come Hawaii by Jon Shirota 
     
     
    Letters To A Student Revolutionary
by Elizabeth Wong 
     
     
    And The Soul Shall Dance 
     
     
    1989-1990
     
    The Song of Shim Chung
by Du Yee Chang and
Terence Cranendonk 
     
     
    And The Soul Shall Dance
by Wakako Yamauchi 
     
     
    FOB by David Henry Hwang 
     
     
    Rosie's Cafe by R.A. Shiomi (tour)
   

   
     
    1988-1989 
     
     
    Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov 
     
     
    Play Ball by R.A. Shiomi 
     
     
    Noiresque: The Fallen Angel
by Ping Chong 
     
     
    1987-1988 
     
     
    Rosie's Cafe by R.A. Shimomi 
     
     
    Madame de Sade by Yukio Mishima 
     
     
    Boutique Living & Disposable Icons
by Momoko Iko 
     
     
    Shogun Macbeth by William Shakespeare, adapted by John R. Briggs (tour) 
     
     
    Yellow Fever by R.A. Shiomi (tour) 
     
     
    1986-1987 
     
     
    The Imposter (If I Were Real)
by Sha Yexin, Li Shoucheng and
Yao Mingde 
     
     
    Shogun Macbeth by William Shakespeare, adapted by John R.Briggs (tour) 
     
     
    Whai...Whai...A Long Long Time Ago
by Che Inhoon 
     
     
    The Life of the Land by Edward Sakamoto 
     
     
    1985-1986 
     
     
    Once is Never Enough
by R.A. Shiomi, Marc Hiyashi and
Lane Kiyomi Nishikawa 
     
     
    Ghashiram Kotwal by Vijay Tendulkar 
     
     
    Medea by Euripides 
     
     
    The Man Who Turned Into A Stick
by Kobo Abe 
     
     
    1984-1985 
     
     
    Chip Shot by Donald G. McNeil, Jr. 
     
     
    State Without Grace
by Linda Kalayaan Faigao 
     
     
    Manoa Valley by Edward Sakamoto 
     
     
    Eat A Bowl of Tea by Ernest Abuba 
     
     
    1983-1984 
     
     
    Yellow Fever by R.A. Shiomi 
     
     
    A Song For A Nisei Fisherman
by Philip Kan Gotanda 
     
     
    The Face Box
by Wakako Yamauchi 
     
     
    Empress of China by Ruth Wolff 
     
     
    1982-1983 
     
     
    Yellow Fever by R.A. Shiomi 
     
     
    Teahouse by Lao She 
     
     
    A Midsummer Night's Dream
by William Shakespeare 
     
     
    1981-1982 
     
     
    Bullet Headed Birds
by Philip Kan Gotanda 
     
     
    Rohwer by Lionelle Hamanaka 
     
     
    Behind Enemy Lines
by Rosanna Yamagiwa Alfaro 
     
     
    Station J by Richard France 
     
     
    1980-1981 
     
     
    An American Story by Ernest Abuba 
     
     
    Flowers And Household Gods
by Momoko Iko 
     
     
    Yellow Is My Favorite Color
by Edward Sakamoto 
     
     
    1979-1980 
     
     
    And The Soul Shall Dance
by Wakako Yamauchi 
     
     
    Sunrise by Cao Yu 
     
     
    Monkey Music by Margaret Lamb 
     
     
    1978-1979 
     
     
    The Dowager by Ernest Abuba 
     
     
    The Servant of Two Masters
by Carlo Goldoni 
     
     
    And The Soul Shall Dance
by Wakako Yamauchi 
     
     
    1977-1978 
     
     
    The Legend of Wu Chang
adapted by Tisa Chang from
Hazelton and Benrimo's Yellow Jacket 
     
     
    Thunderstorm by Cao Yu 
     

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