Thoughts from the Stage…. 1984

Thoughts from the Stage…. 1984

THOUGHTS FROM THE PLAYWRIGHT OF 1984 When George Orwell wrote his great novel 1984 it was a comment on the development of both totalitarian Communism in the East and totalitarian Capitalism (Fascism) in the West. Orwell was a Socialist who fought against both, and he...
Thoughts from the Stage…. [title of show]

Thoughts from the Stage…. [title of show]

THOUGHTS FROM THE DIRECTOR OF [TITLE OF SHOW] The New York Musical Theatre Festival was founded in 2004 to premiere new musicals for three weeks every summer. Its freshman class included an astounding seven musicals that ended up on Broadway or off-Broadway....
An Interview with…..

An Interview with…..

AN INTERVIEW WITH WES GABRILLO David Henry Hwang’s Yellow Face is an ensemble piece to be sure, but the audience explores the story through the eyes of the character “DHH”, who is Mr. Hwang’s alter-ego in this faux-documentary play. Bringing the playwright to life is...
Thoughts from…

Thoughts from…

Director Jeffrey Lo on Yellow Face There are many reasons to produce Yellow Face. One – it’s a great play. Two – it’s funny. Three – producing the play is, in and of itself, a statement (and an important statement). When you take the time to dissect the David Henry...
An Interview with….

An Interview with….

AN INTERVIEW WITH AKEMI OKAMURA Of the many great joys Los Altos Stage Company has had in producing David Henry Hwang’s Yellow Face,perhaps the most rewarding is the large number of actors working with our company for the first time. One of those actors is Akemi...

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