Monday, November 13, 2006

Bryan's New York Play Debut + Other Stuff Too.

For those of you in the New York Area:

Ed Lin, the author of the hilarious comedy novel Waylaid, currently adapted as the film The Motel, is putting on an outrageous, scandalous and amusingly perverse reading festival of short plays in two parts
(with a 15-minute intermission):

Sex and No Sex.

The play's the thing? Kinky.

Saturday Nov. 18 at 7:30 pm
Ensemble Studio Theater
549 West 52nd Street
Sixth Floor
New York, New York

No Sex features:

Vulnerability Assessment by Chris Harcum
Laundromat by Nora Chau
The Battleby Debra Castellano
Six Feet is Deeper Than You Think by Jerry Finkelstein
The Last Hmong Folktale by May Lee
Flight to Flight From by J.P. Chan
I Look Like My Picture by Eileen Rivera
The Felix Awards by Natalie Kim

Sex features:

Black Box by Bryan Thao Worra
The Roosevelt Cousins Thoroughly Sauced by Michael Lew
A Day at the Beach by Ted Sod
I Want You by David Deblinger
Incompatible by Aileen Cho
F2F by Julie Wilder

Now, I don't often say this, but I'll place the strongest caveat that my short play, Black Box, is absolutely family unfriendly as it takes on race, sex, porn, desire, Borders, borders, warped humor and oh, more sex, and it will absolutely never get performed in Minnesota.

Come early as the elevator shaft can only accomdate 3 people at a time.

No, seriously.
That's not some bizarre innuendo. :)

Hint. This play has nothing to do with airplanes or that band from the '90s.

3 comments:

barbara jane said...

excellent, excellent. been meaning to congratulate you on this.

Bryan Thao Worra said...

Lol.

Well, We'll see when the reviews come in. :)

Thanks- it's always exciting.

mor chang said...

Congrats! Bryan! Keep it going bro!