SEQUELS: a staged reading

13 Dec, 2012

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Have you ever really wanted to go to a reading but didn’t really know where to start? Here’s a starting point for you.  On December 14, this Friday, at 8PM to 10PM, Lost’s very own Ken Leung will be directing a reading of three authors: Nora Chau, Ed Lin, and Kai Ma.  These three Asian American writers will be performing, along with other actors, their very own sequels to three wonderful stories.

Tickets are $10, $5 if you’re a MOCA member.  Visit The Museum of Chinese in America‘s website for more details.

By Melissa Tow

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Melissa Tow

Melissa is an avid reader of the classics, fawning and fangirling over hand imagery, strong-willed and hard-headed women who become conniving and seductive, and poetry that perfectly captures my emotions and feelings. She builds her arm muscles lugging around heavy books too much for her own weight (none of that E-book nonsense) and will, from time to time, stick her head in and smell yellowing book pages with dusty covers to get a sense of euphoria. Besides reading, Melissa watches too little, yet too many, television series, lovers of Frederique Chopin and Edvard Grieg, and reads up on history about Vikings, Medieval knights, and kings who create their own demise by viewing themselves like God. And she is the one who will be responsible for Governor Odious' death.