Casting South Asian actors for "Mameet," a Columbia grad. student DV short to be filmed in the NYC area, 2-3 days in mid-to-late June, for the roles of:
- Indian immigrant Father, 40s-early 50s
- Indian immigrant Mother, 35-40s
Please send headshots/resumes to:
434 W. 120th St., #3F
New York, NY 10027
509 W. 112th St. #4W
New York, NY 10025
For further inquiries, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Looking for great actors....
A character-driven, off-beat romantic comedy about a young man who regrets losing the 100% perfect girl. Adapted from a short story by Haruki Murakami. (Digital Video, Approx. 10 min., non-union, no pay, credit, meals, copy)
Producers: Fatimah Tobing Rony, Francisco Hernandez
Director: Akira Boch, recent graduate of UCLA Film
School's MFA Directing Program.
SONNY - Male, Asian-Am or Latino (25-30, must be able to play approximately 20 and 30) A "regular guy" with the kind of face that grows on you. Natural charisma, funny, smart.
BUDDY - Male, Asian-Am, Latino, or African American (25-30) Funny, off-beat character.
PERFECT GIRL - Female, Asian-Am or Latina (25-30, must be able to play approximately 20 and 30) Charming and soulful, down to earth.
Shoot dates are currently scheduled for Sat. and Sun. July 13 & 14 and July 20 and 21.
Please send headshots and resumes to:
SMOKIN' MIRRORS PRODUCTIONS
4928 HOLLYWOOD BLVD.
LOS ANGELES, CA. 90027
- East West - David Henry Hwang Writers' Institute
Join the most active Asian Pacific American playwright development program that has nurtured works produced and read at theatres throughout the country. The 6-month summer/fall session beings in September and will culminate in public readings of the works developed. Classes meet in Studio City. Dates and instructors subject to change. For more information contact Marilyn Tokuda at firstname.lastname@example.org or (213) 625-7000 x28.
PLAYWRITING instructor Judy Soo Hoo
$350, Wednesdays 7-10 pm, classes start Sept. 4
SCREENPLAY instructor Kris Young
$400, Tuesday 7-10 pm, classes start Sept. 3
There is a one-time $25 registration fee for first-time students. ACTS members receive a $25 discount. A full refund (minus registration) will be made if written cancellation is received by Aug. 28. No refunds after that date.
The David Henry Hwang Writers Institute is made possible in part by Disney/ABC, The James Irvine Foundation and National Endowment for the Arts.
- ABC offers writing fellowships
Disney/ABC is continuing the search to discover creative talent and to employ culturally and ethnically diverse writers. They are looking for up to eight writers to work full-time developing their craft at The Walt Disney Studios and ABC Entertainment.
For more information contact:
The Walt Disney Studios and ABC Entertainment
Writing Fellowship Program
500 S. Buena Vista St.
Burbank, CA 91521
Sources tell the Revue that Lea Salonga will sing a number from Flower Drum Song on this year's Tony broadcast, as part of a medely commemorating the 100th birthday of Richard Rodgers.
- A pretty important tidbit
Ma-Yi Theater was recognized at the 2002 Obie Awards for its focus on new Asian American works. Ma-Yi's upcoming season includes
THE ROMANCE OF MAGNO RUBIO
By Lonnie Carter, from a short story by Carlos Bulosan
Directed by Loy Arcenas
Magno Rubio, Filipino boy, four feet six inches tall, dark as a coconut ball, falls in love with a white woman from the hills of Arkansas who's twice his size, upwards and sidewards. A stirring tale of loneliness, hope, and resolve.
By Ralph B. Peña
A "make-believe" theater company examines the events of the 1904 Balangiga Massacre, raising questions about history, ownership, and how artists appropriate historical events in the service of spectacle and fantasy. What, if any, are the responsibilities of artists when they insert themselves into the life of a community dealing with tragedy, and present themselves as impartial observers?
THE SOUND OF FALLING LIGHT
A New Musical
Music by Fabian Obispo, Lyrics by Ralph B. Peña, Book by Chris Millado
THE LAST OF THE SUNS
By Alice Tuan
Directed by Chay Yew
A biting satire on consumerism from the author of IKEBANA, and AJAX.
New Asian American plays directed by Orlando Pabotoy and Andrew Eisenman.
NEW WORKS SERIES
Staged readings of original plays from some of the most exciting Asian American playwrights today, including Julia Cho, Sung Rno, and Edward Bok Lee.
- Two Tongues re-releases CD
CHICAGO, IL- Spoken word ensemble, I Was Born With Two Tongues, blasts their fusion of poetry, music, and spirit to the public with the re-release of their debut CD, entitled Broken Speak. The complexities of the Asian American experience and the struggle for identity amidst racism, sexism, and political oppression are stitched deftly into the words and music of these powerful poets. "Creating new paths through words and performance, Two Tongues' sonic images and incantations urge us to defy, as well as to embrace," says Roberta Uno, Artistic Director of the New World Theater. "Their work is at once harrowing, lush, and immediate."
To purchase Broken Speak, please visit Asian Improv Arts at http://www.AsianImprov.com. For information on I Was Born With Two Tongues and upcoming performances, visit their website at http://www.2Tongues.com
- Flower Drum Song revival set for Broadway
Previews start September 23, opening night is October 17
For the latest info, try www.flowerdrumsong.com
Broad Comedy is a high-energy sketch, improv and musical satire troupe directed by Katie Goodman of the Equinox Theatre Company. If you are interested in auditioning for Broad Comedy's touring troupe, please do the following:
First check out our website if you haven't already to get an over-view: www.BroadComedy.com. Then, call voice mail at the theatre office (406-587-0737, box 2) and ask us to send you our 8-minute video.
After you've seen what we are looking for, make a short video of two contrasting comedic monologues (two distinct characters so I can see your versatility), plus one comedic song that shows off your voice and theatricality, and then just chat on video a bit about your experience and what intrigues you about Broad Comedy. Please also include your headshot and resume, and your plans for the upcoming year. The Broad Comedy tour will be part time, traveling for a week or so at a time and we don't know yet how often, but probably sporadically. We will rehearse for a week this summer to prepare and I will give you details about that if you are cast.
The deadline is June 1st (after that call first to see if we're still accepting, which we may be.)
I am looking for experienced professionals who can act, sing, dance at least a bit, and do improv. I am looking for strong, smart feminists who are very funny and fun to work with! If you have any questions, feel free to e me or call. I look forward to getting your materials! Thanks!
P.S. We are very interested in auditioning women of color, too, so please spread the word! Thank you!
- East West announces cast for The World Goes Round
The upcoming Kander and Ebb musical revue, THE WORLD GOES ROUND has set its show-stopping cast:
Kerry K. Carnahan: last seen as the overbearing wife, Domina, in EWP's A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM;
Michael K. Lee: Broadway veteran of MISS SAIGON, RENT, JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR;
Paul Nakauchi: Credits include the lead role of the King in London's West End production of the KING AND I and a veteran of MISS SAIGON;
Jennifer Paz: last seen in FLOWER DRUM SONG at the Mark Taper Forum and the lead role of Kim in MISS SAIGON at the Ahmanson;
Jennifer Say Gan: another veteran of MISS SAIGON
THE WORLD GOES ROUND opens on June 5. Call (213) 625-7000 for tickets.
- East West announces Summer Conservatory
Summer is approaching and once again, East West Players, the Nations first and foremost Asian Pacific theatre company, is offering it's 6 week intensive theatre program!
Looking for a complete theatrical experience where you live, eat, and breathe theatre? Sign up for East West Players Summer Intensive Conservatory Program this summer! The program is designed to give you an overview of theatre; classes include everything from fundamentals of acting to dance to musical theatre to writing and much much more. We are excited and proud to have a staff that represents the utmost in creative talent. Informal Q & A's
from professionals in the industry give you a better understanding and deeper insight into the performing arts and television and film industry. Past guests include: Garrett Wang (Voyager), Academy Award Winner Chris Tashima (Visas and Virtue), Grace Wu (Director of Casting - NBC), and playwright Alice Tuan. The six week session ends with a "Command Performance" which is a culmination of works-in-progress.
Classes begin July 8th and go through August 16th. The "Command Performance" will be performed on Sunday, August 18th at the David Henry Hwang Theatre.
The day begins promptly at 10 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m. however, students are expected to set up additional rehearsals with scene partners. Tuition for the six week conservatory is $900, plus a one time registration fee of $25.
A limited amount of part-time students are allowed, however, full time enrollment is limited to 12 students to insure individual attention. ACTS members (Alliance of Creative Talent Services) are entitled to a special discount! If you want an invigorating experience, sign up, you won't be disappointed.
For further information, contact Marilyn Tokuda on Tuesday or Thursday from 1 -6 p.m. at 213/625-7000, ext. 28.
- On April 22, 2002, East West Players celebrated its 36th Anniversary ...
Also, check out Asia Week's coverage....
- Play call by new South Asian American theatre company
A new, Toronto-based theatre compan, Maya, y is currently seeking submissions for its New Playwrights Collective 2002, an initiative to foster new works by emerging writers dealing with issues relevant to the South Asian Diaspora as well as non-culture-based works by writers of South Asian origin. Drafts of play, radio and film scripts, as well as works-in-progress and new play synopses are eligible. Other writings (poems, short stories, novels, sketch comedy scripts, etc.) are also welcome from writers wanting to explore writing for performance.
Please submit all entries with full contact info to:
New Playwrights Collective
c/o MAYA: South Asian Theatre Company
5508 Spangler Drive
- Northwest Asian American Theatre holds film contest
NWAAT, in the tradition of A-Fest, is organizing a program of film and video by Asian filmmakers from the Pacific Northwest and beyond to be presented July 23-31, 2002. A Festival call for entries is being made to artists working in Washington, Oregon, California or British Columbia. All genres are acceptable. Students are strongly encouraged to apply, as one evening of the film festival will be dedicated to student work.
Submissions must be postmarked by Friday, May 24, 2002. There is no limit on the length of the work. The festival presentation may be made in any format but submissions are accepted only in VHS format. There is no fee to apply. Please include: name, address, phone, email, title of work, length, original format, and date of completion.
If you would like your works returned, please enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope, or you may pick it up after June 1, 2002. All applicants will be called by June 1, 2002.
For more information, contact Marie Broderick at 206/340-1445 or email: AFestFilm@hotmail.com.
Send Submissions to: NWAAT - 409 7th Ave. S., Seattle, WA 98104
Attn: A-Fest Through the Lens
- MANAA offers scholarships
MANAA, the Media Action Network for Asian Americans, is pleased to announce two $1000 scholarships...
- In Memoriam: Nobu McCarthy
Former Artistic Director Emeritus of East West Players, Nobu McCarthy, passed away last Saturday, April 6, while filming in Brazil. We are deeply saddened by her loss. Nobu mentored many young Asian Pacific artists throughout her career including current East West Players artistic director Tim Dang.
A Celebration of Life Memorial Tribute will be held for Nobu McCarthy at 8 pm on Friday, April 19 at the George and Sakaye Aratani Japan AmericaTheater at the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center, 244 S. San Pedro St. in Little Tokyo. We are seeking volunteers to help as ushers, hosts and production assistants for the celebration, which will include many EWP artists. Please email email@example.com if you can help.
In recognition of Nobu's dedication to East West Players, and with the permission of Nobu's daughter Serena, a Memorial Fund will be established in her name at East West Players, continuing her enthusiasm and love for the Asian Pacific artists and the Asian Pacific voice. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to East West Players/Nobu McCarthy Fund and sent to East West Players, 120 Judge John Aiso St., Los Angeles, CA 90012.
In addition, the UCLA Asian American Studies Center will be establishing a Nobu McCarthy endowment to support and recognize theater and performing arts activities focusing on the Asian American experience by UCLA students. Contributions can be made to the "UCLA Foundation/Nobu McCarthy Fund," and sent to UCLA Asian American Studies Center, 3230 Campbell Hall, PO Box 951546, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1546.
Cards and koden to the McCarthy family may be sent to Serena Ludivico, 4005 Fernwood St., San Mateo, CA 94403.
- CALL FOR ENTRIES:
THE 25th ASIAN AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
(AAIFF) 2nd ANNUAL SCREENPLAY COMPETITION AND STAGED READING
Asian CineVision and the AAIFF announce the 2nd Annual Screenplay Competition and Staged Reading. Screenplays must not have been previously produced or optioned. Writer must be of Asian descent. A committee of three leading New York-based artists will screen the entries. A staged reading of the winning screenplay will be performed during the AAIFF, which will run from July 19-27, 2002 at the Asia Society and Museum in New York City. A moderated discussion and reception will follow the reading.
To enter, download the application and release forms at http://www.asiancinevision.org/. Send the completed forms along with a hard copy of the screenplay and a $ 10.00 submission fee (payable in cash, credit card or check made out to Asian CineVision Inc.) to:
Clarissa de los Reyes
AAIFF 2002 Screenplay Competition
133 West 19th Street, 3rd floor
New York, NY 10011
Deadline: All entries must be received by May 15, 2002
- New Asian Theatre Group looking for youth!
YOUTH FOR ASIAN THEATER
Youth for Asian Theater is looking for youth (ages 11-18) to perform in this year's summer production.
Youth for Asian Theater is a San Francisco theater group run entirely by youth. We work to promote pride in Asian heritage through theater, and this year we are looking for youth of all backgrounds (non-Asians heartily included) to join us. NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.
As we rehearse and perform during the summer, you must be free for most of the summer. Although the rehearsal days have not be planned yet, the hours will be flexible, depending on the actors' schedules.
YFAT is also looking for youth (actors or non-actors) interested in helping us with backstage work including: set design, props/costume, publicity, and stage crew.
If you live in the Bay Area and are interested in joining YFAT (as an actor or stage crew member) or have any questions, comments, or inquiries, please contact us at YFATSF@YAHOO.COM
You can also visit our website: www.geocities.com/londoncheesecake/yfat.html
- AATC Presents An Evening with Amy Hill
Why is this a big deal? Well, follow the link and find out...
Auditions for San Diego Asian American Repertory Theatre's world premiere of
THE GODDESS OF FLOWERS by Thelma Virata de Castro will take place within the next week! Here's the breakdown:
19 year-old Filipino-American woman
Flora's 17 year-old sister
SHALOM GUERRA (SHAY)
19 year-old half-Jewish, half-Mexican-American man
CORAZON DE LA CRUZ (CORA)
Mother of Flora and Carina. Mid-forties.
Casting is open to all ethnicities, despite the character descriptions, so call (888) 568-2278 to schedule an appointment now!
- I Was Born With 2Tongues April Tour Schedule
- 2G Seeks
...a new Managing Director to guide and manage the dynamic non-profit arts organization's exponential growth and expansion
- 2G Also seeks
...new SCRIPTS for its In the Works Reading Series this May-July at the Joseph Papp Public Theater and at the Duke on 42nd Street in New York City. As a multi-cultural organization, we aspire to reach contemporary and diverse audiences by illuminating universal themes within a cross-cultural framework. We are seeking scripts that:
· Affix a daring new perspective on the human experience
· Thrust the unfamiliar and unheard into the universal realm
· Challenge conventional notions about Asian America
· Explore stories that provoke the soul, heart, and mind
Please submit to:
341 Lafayette St.
New York, NY 10012-2417
Full-length scripts as well as one-acts will be considered. Please include a one-page treatment of the script as well as a self-addressed stamped envelope if you wish to have your script returned. All submissions should be postmarked by April 13th.
- Gotanda benefit in NYC
Please join Kenneth Lee, co-founder of Method2Madness (M2 for short), for a evening of "Music, Method, and Madness."
M2 will be throwing a benefit on SATURDAY, MARCH 23, at 9 pm to raise money for the NY premiere of Philip Kan Gotanda's play "floating weeds." The benefit will take place in Philosophy Hall (room 301) on the Morningside Heights campus of Columbia University (116th Street and Broadway stop on the 1 train).
Over the last two decades, Philip Kan Gotanda's works have graced the stages of the country's most important theaters and have been a major influence in the broadening of our definition of theater in America. He has worked with seminal culturally specific venues such as East West Players, Asian American Theatre Company, Northwest Asian American Theater, Pan Asian Repertory, as well as larger mainstream institutions, as Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Boston's Huntington Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Club,Mark Taper Forum, Missouri Repertory, New York Shakespeare Festival, Playwrights Horizons, San Jose Repertory, Seattle Repertory, and South Coast Repertory among others.
Well known in American theater circles, Gotanda's work is also reaching an international audience. Last year his play Ballad of Yachiyo opened at London's Gate Theatre in co-production with the Royal National Theatre to strong notices. Gotanda recently returned from London where he workshopped his new work "floating weeds" at the Royal Court Theatre in conjunction with ASK. His early work, The Wash, was presented at the Teoriza Group Theater in Tokyo. Gotanda is presently developing works for San Jose Repertory (an adaptation of Hedda Gabler) and the American Conservatory Theatre (adaptation of Roshomon). He is an Associate Artist at Seattle Repertory Theatre. His newest play, "floating weeds" recently opened in SF with the Intersection Theatre-Campo Santo Group. Gotanda is presently developing the second in his "Garage Band Plays" series for them.
- AA Plays wanted in New Mexico!
This came in from over the transom:
My name is Eduardo Juan Andino, and I am the Artistic Director of the theater program at Working Classroom, Inc in New Mexico.
We are a multi-ethnic and multi-generational arts community in Albuquerque. If you wish to learn more about us, please visit our website at: www.workingclassroom.org.
I am writing because we seek contact with playwrights whose work for one reason or another has not been produced. Albuquerque has a growing Vietnamese community, and we would like to be able to offer work which is representative of their unique experience. In addition, our company has begun to attract actors from this community, and although they get cast in any capacity no matter what we present, we would like provide work which may particularly resonant to their community.
In addition, we are seeking directors from all backgrounds who might be interested in either teaching residencies, or in staging dramatic works with our company.
Any bios, resumes or scripts can be mailed to me at:
Eduardo Juan Andino
212 Gold SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
or emailed to:
- Lodestone opens new show, hosts Oscar party
- NBC Entertainment and East West Players to Present Writers, Executives and
Writers and other interested artists of all ethnicities are invited to a one night only panel discussion at EWP's David Henry Hwang Theatre - 120 N. Judge John Aiso Street, at 7:30 pm on Monday, March 25. NBC Creative Executives from NBC Current Programming, television writers from NBC Prime Time, and literary agents will participate in a panel to discuss TV diversity and how writers can break in to television writing. This event is sponsored by NBC and will be free to the public. To RSVP, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, phone number, and number of tickets requested.
- AATC Seeks Artistic Associate/Literary Manager
(part-time - 20 hours/week; 1,100/month)
Asian American Theater Company (AATC) was founded in 1973 as a playwrights' workshop by Chinese American playwright Frank Chin and sponsored by the American Conservatory Theater. In 1975, the workshop became a professional theater company dedicated to the production of plays by Asian Pacific Islander American dramatists and the development and support of Asian Pacific Islander American actors, designers and technicians.
We are looking for a part-time Artistic Associate/Literary Manager, whose responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, the following:
* Assist with curating new season listings of mainstage productions, script development workshops, and trainings sessions;
* Curate and administer a series of 10 readings;
* Assist with grant writing, and office duties as needed;
* Assist with Box office and production duties.
* Participate in long range planning for AATC
If you are interested in applying for the position, please send a resume and cover letter to:
email@example.com (please place "Artistic Associate Position" in the Subject line of your email)
Asian American Theater Company
1840 Sutter St. #207
San Francisco, CA 94115
- I Was Born with 2 Tongues releases spring tour schedule
Trips around the US....
- East West Players Announces Spring 2002 Conservatory
Series of three classes...
- ReAct opens 2002 with Schoolhouse Rock Live!
- Vancouver, BC looking for Asian American works....
... to consider for this fall's Vancouver Fringe Festival. If you have another play or know people with scripts (or just interested people) can you pass this message on to them. VACT is looking for submissions from any or all interested people. Visit www.vact.ca for details.
- Lodestone looking for plays
Lodestone Theatre Ensemble is accepting play submissions for staged readings and productions. Based in Los Angeles, Lodestone is an Asian American theatre group which develops, creates, promotes and presents compelling and impassioned works that bridge communities through truthful and entertaining artistry. We accept both full-lengths and one-acts by both Asian and non-Asian American writers and submitted works need not have Asian American themes. At this time we are especially seeking comedies (possibly for Fall 2002 season). Inquiries should be directed to SHPLodestone@aol.com and submissions to Lodestone Theatre Ensemble c/o Literary Dept. at P.O. Box 1072, Studio City, CA 91614. Please include a cover letter addressed to the Literary Department, your resume (if available), and 2 copies of a synopsis (one-page maximum) and a 15-page sample dialogue (must include first scene of the script), and a SASE if you would like your materials returned with your submission. If submitting one-acts under 30-pages in length, send the full script instead of a sample dialogue. We encourage electronic submissions to SHPLODESTONE@aol.com with cc to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The Northwest Asian American Theatre has cancelled its planned production of the Medea Trilogy (Wave, Drive by Chignon, etc.) and June's OutFest. Still on the schedule, however is Kan, its International Artists' Collaboration.
- East West Players offers new season of playwrighting classes:
The 2002 Spring/Summer Edition of EWP's David Henry Hwang Writers Institute will begin Wednesday, March 6...
- P.O.V. offers cash for production
With the support of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, P.O.V. is launching the Diverse Voices Project (DVP), seeking to extend the reach and of non-fiction programs produced by emerging minority filmmakers; i.e. who have not had a national PBS producing/directing credit.
DVP will provide co-production financing (up to $80K) for up to four selected non-fiction projects to make them available for national broadcast on P.O.V./PBS. Projects of up to two hours and at any stage of pre-production/ production eligible for consideration; as long as P.O.V. funding guarantees a completed program for broadcast in 2003. Decisions will be announced in Spring, 2002.
Visit www.pbs.org/ pov for full guidelines and entry form.
- Bindlestiff Studio up for 2002
- Playwright alert!
Youth for Asian Theater is looking for original 10- to 15-minute SCRIPTS BY YOUTH focusing on ASIAN THEMES to perform in its annual performance THIS SUMMER! Youth for Asian Theater is a San Francisco theater group run entirely by youth. We work to promote pride in Asian heritage through theater, so this year we want to stage YOUR play at our performance!
Last year's plays included family comedies, historical dramas, and revamped folk tales--the topic of YOUR play is up to YOU! Whether it be a comedy or a drama, YFAT is open to plays of all sorts. Never written plays before? It doesn't matter as long as the work is yours. YFAT is looking for youth who are interested in writing for the theater--no experience is necessary.
So start writing your play and send it to us ASAP!
SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE: FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 2002
E-MAIL SUBMISSIONS TO YFATSF@YAHOO.COM
visit our website: www.geocities.com/londoncheesecake/yfat.html
e-mail questions to lauren yee: email@example.com
- Scripts wanted
Yellow Earth, a British-East Asian theatre company based in London wishes to promote Asian writing in Britain and is planning a playreading festival called Typhoon in June 2002 at the Soho Theatre. They are looking for scripts, published or unpublished, exploring universal themes from an East Asian perspective. Scripts should be in English (original or translated) and multilingual scripts will also be considered.
One of the scripts will then be chosen to be a Yellow Earth full-scale production. TYPHOON is part of 2002: Year of diversity in the UK. Contact:
Yellow Earth / The Diorama Arts Centre
34 Osnaburgh Street
London NW1 3ND
Deadline 31 march 2002.
- East West offers class
AUDITIONING & MARKETING 101 CLASS DESCRIPTION
This 4-week class aims to show actors how to go from an "aspiring actor" to a "working actor". We will cover everything from getting the right agent and knowing how to get your foot in the door to nailing the audition, the callback, and booking the job.
Week one: will be spent looking at each actor's picture, resume, and other marketing materials. We will also discuss finding an agent that works for you and presenting yourself as a sellable product.
Week two: will start with a lesson in cold-reading. At the end of the class the actors will be given dramatic material to prepare for the following week.
Week three: The students will present dramatic material that they were given at the end of the second class as if it were an actual audition and get feedback. They will then be given comedic material to polish.
Week four: The students will present comedic material that they were given the previous week. The class will wrap with a discussion about how to modify your audition technique to the type of material and the medium in which it will be presented (film/tv/theater).
If you are interested, contact Marilyn Tokuda at 213/625-7000, ext. 28. Class is scheduled to begin Thursday, January 31st!!! Don't procrastinate, get on track and be proactive about your career. Remember A.C.T.S members get a discount! (And if you don't know what that is, contact East West!).