Upcoming Shows - In the Works:

January 29, 2012
Sunday 5-7pm
Latino Theater Company Play Reading
Los Angeles Theater Center
514 S. Spring St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013

March 13, 2012
UCLA Asian American Studies 187A
Professor Valerie Matsumoto
"Exploring Ethnic Cultural Arts through Oral History"

March 29, 2012
Thursday 6:30-9:30pm
Break the Silence Open Mic held at
The Manazar Gamboa Community Theater
1323 Gundry Ave. Long Beach, CA, 90813

April 4, 2012
Wednesday 11-1pm
Cal Arts in Valencia
Theater History
Professor Chantal Rodriguez E108

Los Angeles, CA
Produced by TeAda Productions and The Latino Theater Company
May 31 - June 24, 2012
Thursday-Saturday 8pm, Sunday 3pm
General $30|Students/Seniors/Groups: $20
Los Angeles Theater Center
514 S. Spring St
Los Angeles, CA 90013

Fall 2012-Portland, OR
Fall 2012-Vermont
Stay tuned for times and locations.

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

East Bay KPFA Tri-Fecta

Blam! Blam! Blam! One after another Leilani and Ova hitting home runs on the radio thanks to KPFA public supported radio station in Berkeley, CA. We were fortunate enough to make friends and build buzz for such an amazing show that the houses were packed for the performances. All three performances at La Pena Cultural Center were filled and thanks a big part to the KPFA radio spots. Take a listen by clicking the link to the radio shows of our IN THE NEWS section.

Listen carefully and you'll notice both Leilani and I have very strained voices due to that fact that we were SICK! Yep, exhausted from rehearsing, workshops and driving around town all the while full of anxiety that we needed to get more word out so audiences could come to fill the seats at the performances. It all pays off. Next time...I'm swigging my anti-sickness immune boost drinks and medicines before I start off.

Big hugs and applause go out to Weyland Southon of Hard Knock Radio for hitting us up with a great chat three way with Channapha, Leilani and myself. Wayie Ly and Gina "G" Hotta of Apex Express for the continual support expressing the Asian-American experience. Love to the Mitch J. and Amy Allison of The Morning Show for the morning wake-up to boost the word about Refugee Nation. It was such a pleasure to do the radio both on a prepared and improvised status. The skills that these talented host and producers have to make the news go round cannot be matched. Until our next radio spot comes a word of advice. YOU have a voice...so use it!