By Lloyd Suh

Directed by Ed Sylvanus Iskandar

- With -
Jeff Biehl, Jennifer Ikeda, Peter Kim, Orville Mendoza, KK Moggie, Jeffrey Omura

Sets: Jason Sherwood; Lights: Seth Reiser; Costumes: Loren Shaw;
Sound: Jeremy S. Bloom; Projections: Olivia Sebesky

Composer and Musical Director: Alan Schmuckler; Dramaturg: Kimber Lee;
Fight Choreographer: Qui Nguyen; Props Supervisor: Samantha Shoffner;
Postcard Design: Kate Katigbak; Stage Manager: Andrea Jess Berkey

1967. The auspicious beginnings of a new political identity called Asian American, as a young literary hippie named Frank essays an inscrutable Chinese detective. A harmless sing-song orientalist minstrel show that ENDS IN A GROTESQUE CARNIVAL OF MURDER!!!

Previews: October 26 - 31
Run: November 2 - 21

Mondays - Saturdays, 7:00; Saturdays, 2:00
Tickets: $40 (October 27 - November 21)
First Preview: $10 (October 26)

Limited number of tickets per performance available for $25. Use Promo Code: CHAN25.

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46 Walker Street
2 blocks south of Canal Street between Broadway and Church

Subways: #1 to Franklin Street
J, M, Z, N, Q, R, 6: Canal Street
A, C, E: Canal Street

Special thanks to our SILVER CIRCLE of donors
for supporting our 25th Anniversary Season

$1,000 - $4,999
Tina Chen, Richard Eng, Jody Falco & Jeffrey Steinman, C.S. Lee,
Loida N. Lewis, Larry Schafer, William P. Steele

$500 - $999
Olaf Andersen, Michael G. Chin, Barbara de Bellis & Greta Minsky,
Michael Delaney, Eric Heyer & Diana Steele, Lani Kennedy & Lewis Kwit,
Emily Lloyd, Terrence McNally, Jon Nakagawa, Joseph Obermeyer, Adelaida Reyes,
Timothy Walther & Raphael Nash, Alice J. Wong

All actors appearing courtesy of Actors Equity Association

This program is made possible by a generous grant from the Venturous Theatre Fund of the Tides Foundation. It is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. It is also made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature