East West Players in association with the Japanese American National Museum presents a WRITERS GALLERY reading of a new play by Prince Gomolvilas:


Two Thai-American brothers launch a ghost-hunting business in order to capitalize on the nationwide increase in sightings of “Asian-looking ghosts.” When the enterprising siblings meet a couple that claims to be haunted by one very terrifying spirit, everyone’s notions of reality, fantasy, and sanity clash against the shocking truth.

Admission is FREE!

Thursday, October 18, 2012 @ 7:30pm.
Where: Tateuchi Democracy Forum of the National Center for the Preservation of Democracy
Location: 111 North Central Avenue | Los Angeles CA 90012


Prince Gomolvilas has had three plays produced at East West Players—BIG HUNK O’ BURNIN’ LOVE, THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING, and the stage adaptation of the Scott Heim novel, MYSTERIOUS SKIN. His work has also been presented around the United States, in the U.K., and in Singapore. He received the PEN Center USA Literary Award for Drama; Julie Harris/Janet and Maxwell Salter Playwright Award; International Herald Tribune/SRT Playwriting Award; East West Players’ Made in America Award for Outstanding Artistic Achievement for the Asian Pacific Islander Community; grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation; and a screenwriting fellowship from The Chesterfield Writer’s Film Project, a program sponsored by Paramount Pictures. He has toured around the country with musician Brandon Patton as part of the critically acclaimed, storytelling, song-singing, bingo-playing duo, JUKEBOX STORIES, which has also been presented at the National Asian American Theatre Festival. He is currently the Acting Director of the Master of Professional Writing Program at the University of Southern California.

For more information about Prince Gomolvilas, visit www.princegomolvilas.com