MOTTY-CHON by Perry Miyake at East West Players

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Performing Arts

May 20064 May 20067

David Henry Hwang Theater
120 Judge John Aiso St.
Los Angeles, California, 90012
United States

World Premiere
MOTTY-CHON
By Perry Miyake
Directed by Alberto Isaac

Martin is 48-years old, single, works a dead-end job and lives at home with his aging Nisei parents Mits and Helen. His bachelor status is the perfect target for his meddling parents and their gossip-hungry friends. Then Gina, a white, 24-year old pierced and tattooed gothic chick enters Martin’s life. What’s a parent to do? MOTTY-CHON is a comedy that shatters stereotypes about parental expectations and the search for love from the playwright of VISITORS FROM NAGASAKI and DOUGHBALL.

Preview Performances
May 4-7, 2006
Thursday-Saturday @ 8 pm, Sunday @ 2 pm
$20 all seats; $10 all seats w/ student ID

Opening Night
Wednesday, May 10, 2006 @ 8 pm
$60 all seats (Includes pre-show hosted bar and post-show reception.)

Regular Performances
May 11 – June 4, 2006
Thursday- Saturday @ 8 pm, Saturday & Sunday @ 2 pm (no matinee on 5/13)
$35 Orchestra; $30 Balcony

American Sign Language-interpreted performance
May 27, 2006 @ 2 pm
Tickets $20 for deaf and hard of hearing patrons.

Purchase tickets online at www.eastwestplayers.org or by phone (213) 625-7000

David Henry Hwang Theater at the Union Center for the Arts
120 Judge John Aiso St., Los Angeles, CA 90012
in the Little Tokyo district of Downtown L.A.

 

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