In a benefit for Eth Noh Tec, SOMA Pilipinas, Filipino Cultural Heritage District and Asian Pacific Island Cultural Center
Thursday June 2 8:00pm
Tickets: General Admission
$15 advance, $20 at door
Duration: 60 minutes, no intermission
Note: Some shows are benefits and have higher VIP prices as well.
White Rabbit, Red Rabbit Performances:
Ava Roy » May 19 8:00pm
Rotimi Agbabiaka » May 20 8:00pm
Shinichi Iova-Koga » May 21 6:00pm
Nato Green » May 22 2:00pm
Brian Livingstone » May 22 7:00pm
Eric Reid » May 28 6:00pm
Russell Blackwood » May 29 7:00pm
Nancy Wang » June 2 8:00pm
Rob Melrose » June 3 7:00pm
Eliana Lopez » June 4 2:00pm
Tony Kelly » June 5 3:00pm
Drawing on her background in modern dance, ethnic dance, theater and playwriting, Nancy Wang co-scripts and sculptures Eth-Noh-Tec’s synchronistic and seamless tandem movements. With lyricism, rhythmic and visual counterpoints drawn from Nancy’s masterful choreography and staging skills, Eth-Noh-Tec’s stories provide evocative visuals to stimulate the imagination as audiences listen to their rhythmic dialogue.
Nancy is also a practicing psychotherapist and brings to her performances a strong belief and a community activism that provides her art of storytelling with the goal of making a difference in people’s lives.
White Rabbit, Red Rabbit
Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour declined to serve in his country’s armed forces, in return the Iranian government denied Mr. Soleimanpour’s request for a passport. Unable to leave Iran, he has instead sent a script to SFIAF to have other people read it for him. Soleimanpour’s arresting and allegorical work, White Rabbit, Red Rabbit, dissects the experience of a whole generation in a wild, utterly original play. Soleimanpour turns his isolation to his own advantage with the play (written in English) which requires no director, no set, and a different actor for every performance. Per Mr. Soleimanpour’s instruction, the script of White Rabbit, Red Rabbit will be opened in front of the audience and performed unrehearsed by a different actor each night.