If you don’t receive one of our beautiful 46th Anniversary Season brochures in the mail, you can pick one up from the lobby on the 2nd floor of the theater.
Here is a glimpse inside the brochure, our Welcome letter from Artistic Director Tim Dang:
East West Players celebrates our 46th Anniversary with our upcoming 2011-2012 season, Languages of Love. As the nation’s longest running theatre of color AND the largest producer of Asian American artistic work, we continue to tell our stories with relevance, vitality, and style that EWP has been known for all these years. In this ever-expanding world of ours with technology moving us faster than ever before, it is still the personal way we communicate that is vital to our lives.
The plays we have chosen for this season appeal to the various ways we communicate our passion. Whether it is a passion toward one another, toward our career, a cause or a passion for excellence, the amount of emotion and commitment we utilize in our lives is unimaginable. When our passion is so powerful, we forget how impactful and influential we can be. Our season is also transnational on many levels, delving deep into diverse cultures.
This season, we share with you the world premiere of A WIDOW OF NO IMPORTANCE by Shane Sakhrani, the Los Angeles premiere of THE LANGUAGE ARCHIVES by Julia Cho, the world premiere of THREE YEAR SWIM CLUB by Lee Tonouchi and the return of the Sondheim musical to our stage with A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC with book by Hugh Wheeler and the music and lyrics by master composer Stephen Sondheim.
We hope you will experience the languages of love through these wonderful stories and support East West Players.
We are your ticket to Asian Pacific American theatre. We’ll save a seat for you.
Producing Artistic Director
East West Players
Our 46th Season is upon us! See you in the theater soon (perhaps as a subscriber). 😉