ONE DAY IN OLD CHINATOWN
Written and Directed by MARCUS YI
One Day More in Old Chinatown is a musical that follows the
first Asian American vaudeville performer, Frank Lee, in his first year of show business.
by RICHARD CHANG
Director: ERNEST ABUBA
Asst. Director: CHONGREN FAN
Inspired by Wong Chin Foo - the first Chinese American Citizen -
19th century activist and journalist fighting against the "Chinese Exclusion Act".
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Summer Love in All Guises
with Rosanne Ma & Oversight by Ernest Abuba
Monologues & Scenes from A Midsummer Night's Dream, Twelfth Night, and The Tempest.
8 Sessions (July 23-Aug 20, 2018)
Mon. & Fri / 4 weeks - 6:30-9:30pm
Presentation on Aug 20 - 6:30pm
Tuition is non-refunable or prorate-able.
Please register by
July 20, Friday
520 8th Avenue, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10018
ROSANNE MA is a senior artist with Pan Asian Rep and a recipient of the Lilah Kan Red Socks award. Performance highlights at Pan Asian include Shogun Macbeth, Rashomon, Film Chinois. Rosanne has studied under Dennis Krausnick (Shakepeare & Co), Boris Schnader (Moscow School of Dramatic Art), Sanford Robbins (Resident Ensemble Players) and has performed under the direction of Liviu Ciulei, Henryk Baronowski, Laszlo Marton. Rosanne holds a BFA and MFA in Theater.
ERNEST ABUBA is a playwright, director, and veteran Broadway and film actor. Last seen in The Oldest Boy at Lincoln Center. Major roles in Broadway’s Pacific Overtures, Loose Ends. TV: “Kung Fu”, “Adderly” Film: Twelve Monkeys" “King Of New York” His plays include: Kwatz! The Tibetan Project, Cambodia Agonistes , Eat a Bowl of Tea, An American Story, Leir Rex, and Dojoji: The Man Inside the Bell. He is on the theater faculty at Sarah Lawrence College.