Leviathan Lab Announces A Public Reading Of Christopher Chen's INTO THE NUMBERS
Leviathan Lab (Artistic Director, Flordelino Lagundino) announces a public reading of INTO THE NUMBERS by Christopher Chen on Wednesday, December 13th at 6:30pm at the Museum of Chinese in America. The reading commemorates the 80th anniversary of The Nanking Massacre and is co-produced by Leviathan Lab and Museum of Chinese in America. INTO THE NUMBERS is directed by Mo Zou.
A dream play about Rape of Nanking author Iris Chang, INTO THE NUMBERS is a meditation on the philosophical and psychological implications of researching genocide, as well as the toll media saturation plays in the process.
The cast of INTO THE NUMBERS features Judy Chen (Iris Chang), Matt Russell (Interviewer), Rebecca Street (Minnie Vautrin), Joe Ngo (Nanking Victim), and Daniel K. Isaac (Japanese Deputy Ambassador). Lighting design is by Marie Yokoyama and sound design by Matt Otto.
Christopher Chen's plays include The Hundred Flowers Project, The Late Wedding, Mutt, Caught, and You Mean To Do Me Harm. Honors include The Obie Award and The Barrymore Award for Caught; The Glickman Award and Rella Lossy Award for The Hundred Flowers Project; the Lanford Wilson Award; The Sundance Institute/Time Warner Fellowship; and the Paula Vogel Playwriting Award, through which he was playwright in residence at The Vineyard. Commissions include American Conservatory Theatre, The Aurora, LCT3, Manhattan Theatre Club, Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Playwrights Horizons. A San Francisco native, Chris is a graduate of U.C. Berkeley, and holds an M.F.A. in playwriting from S.F. State.
Founded in 2009, Leviathan Lab is an award-winning not-for-profit creative studio whose mission is the advancement of Asian and Asian American (A/AA) performing artists and their work. www.leviathanlab.com.
Founded in 1980, the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) is dedicated to preserving and presenting the history, heritage, culture and diverse experiences of people of Chinese descent in the United States. The greatly expanded MOCA at 215 Centre Street is a national home for the precious narratives of diverse Chinese American communities, and strives to be a model among interactive museums. www.mocanyc.org
Tickets are available through the Museum of Chinese in America website http://www.mocanyc.org/ or by calling 855-955-MOCA.
Tickets prices (includes museum admission): $10/non-Members; $5/Student or Senior; Free for MOCA members.
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