Previews for "Washer/Dryer" start this Thursday, February 12th at East West Players, and I am so excited to see the play with an audience! The past four weeks have been glorious, working with a fabulous director, Peter J. Kuo, and a delightful cast to make the play sing. After a long but productive tech weekend with our design team, the show is finally ready to be seen!
I'm proud of this play because it represents an aspect of New York that is rarely displayed in the mainstream - the very rich diversity of cultures and opinions that exist in every day American life. I'm thrilled to showcase Asian American actors in roles that allow them to be funny and sexy. The world of the play looks like the world that I inhabit, and I am so grateful to have it produced by a respected and historic theater as part of their 50th Anniversary Season.
For tickets or more information please go to http://eastwestplayers.org/on-the-stage/washerdryer/
See you at the theater!