Fresno, California 2021-09-22 18:45:56 –
Fresno State University University Theater 2021-22 First face-to-face production of the main stage season “Man of God” Written by Anna Ouyang Moench and directed by Thomas-Whit Ellis. This is the first college theater work written by an Asian-American playwright entirely for an Asian-American cast.
The performance is October 1-2 and October 5-9 at 7:30 pm, and Sunday, October 3 at 2:00 pm At the Dennis and Sheryl Woods Theater on campus. tickets Adults are $ 17, Fresno State University faculty, graduates, and the military are $ 15, and all students are $ 10. Children under the age of 5 are not allowed. “Man of God” is an interesting feminist thriller about the moment when a girl realizes that a man’s gaze is watching all the time and decides to do something about it.
During a mission trip to Thailand, four girls discovered a minister hiding his camera in a hotel bathroom. Samantha is personally injured that the minister will do this to her. Jen is worried about how this will affect college applications. Kyung-hwa believes that everyone needs to lower their expectations of men. And, as always, Mimi wants blood. Their collective anger and disillusionment fuel the fantasies of increasingly violent revenge in Bangkok’s sex tourism scene. The production is Fresno’s premiere.
The cast includes Molly Hen, Reese Jade Heron, Madeline Nelson, Isabella O’Keefe, and Andy Souk.
“Growing up, I had never seen an Asian role on the screen and had the opportunity to play a role that wasn’t stereotyped. It was up to the’Man of God’,” O’Keefe said. “Playwrights are not only Asian women, but plays don’t just focus on Asian issues. They happen to be Asian teenage girls. It’s seen and heard by me. , Appreciated and makes me feel that my story and culture are important — COVID gave me doubts about it. This play is proud that I am an Asian Latin woman. . “
Until further notice, you must acknowledge complete COVID vaccination or a negative COVID test performed within 72 hours of the performance date. The theater and dance departments also require that the audience be completely masked while in the theater. The door opens 30 minutes before the curtain. Latecomers are not allowed and there are no refunds or exchanges. The box office is open from noon to 4 pm on weekdays and one hour before each performance and only accepts cash or check payments.
Parking for the show on Friday to Sunday nights is free. A parking permit is required for performances Tuesday to Thursday nights and can be purchased at the campus parking dispenser.
For more information, see the box office revenue of 559.278.7512 or Universitytheatre@csufresno.edu..
(Story by Miguel A. Gastelum)
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