SLANT: 18 YEARS

Sat, May 11, 2013 @ 6:30pm - 9:00pm

What ever Happened to Big Dicks, Asian Men?

 

Please join MOCA and Richard Ebihara, Perry Yung of SLANT for an informal evening of stories from behind the wings (songs). In 1995, SLANT premiered Big Dicks, Asian Men in the downtown theater scene of New York City. The Village Voice called them "A pent up explosion of dancer buff bodies and rock and roll hearts". Shortly after, Time Out New York reviews The Second Coming with "a karate chop to the senses, SLANT kicks some comic ass." Where are they now?

 

 

About the Artists:


Richard Ebihara and Perry Yung are co-founders of the SLANT Performance Group along with Wayland Quintero. Since 1995, asv resident theater company of La Mama E.T.C, SLANT created eight original theatrical productions and toured to over 40 colleges and universities across America, in the Former Yugoslavia and in Yunnan Province, China. Their dynamic tapestry of music, story telling and puppetry is inspired by Asian American history and challenges the boundaries of racial identity in American culture.

 



 

Admission:$12/adult; $7/MOCA members

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