time is 1968 and history is changing as the United States experiences
the height of the Vietnam War, Civil Rights Movement and Women's Liberation.
Across the nation, young Orientals are coming into consciousness over
their ethnic identities and Asian America is born. But in San Francisco,
Eiko Hanabi's burden of gender and tradition still keeps her from expressing
her true strength and spirit. Loosely based on Henrik Ibsen's "Hedda
Gabler," the author of Sisters Matsumoto and A Song
For A Nisei Fisherman explores issues of self-determination and
Thursday-Saturday @ 8 pm, and Saturdays & Sundays at 2 pm (No matinee
on Feb. 7)
General Ticket prices $28-$33
Mention Click2Asia **
$10 off if you purchase by Jan. 31, 2004;
get $5 off starting Feb. 1
Purchase tickets by calling (213) 625-7000.
(Limit 4 tickets, not valid for preview or opening night performances,
cannot be combined with any other discount.)
with playwright Philip Kan Gotanda after 2 pm performance on Sunday, Feb.
American Sign Language-interpreted performance on Saturday, Feb. 28 @
Hwang Theater at the Union Center for the Arts
120 Judge John Aiso St., Los Angeles, CA 90012