Hereandnow Theatre Company is back with their latest project, The Brahmin and the Tiger.  Blending Asian American and Asian folktales with original writing, the production will be one of the largest hereandnow has undertaken.

Directed by artistic director John Miyasaki, the production includes hereandnow company members as well as special guests such as Michael Hagiwara, recent East West Players honoree.  And back from an international tour of Wild Swans, Victor Chi marks his return to Los Angeles.

Hereandnow Theatre Company has been producing plays in Los Angeles since 1989.  Also a touring company, their alumni list includes many working and established API actors.

The Brahmin and the Tiger will be co-produced with Company of Angels (frequent partners of hereandnow).  An original score was developed for the piece, and live taiko will be utilized.

The production runs August 3 – 26 at Inner-City Arts’ The Rosenthal Theater, 720 Kohler St., Los Angeles, CA 90021.

If you’d like to donate to the production, there’s also a crowd-funding campaign to check out.


Show details:

August 3 – August 26
Fridays at 8 p.m., Saturdays at 2 p.m. & 8 p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m.

Inner-City Arts’ The Rosenthal Theater
720 Kohler Street; Los Angeles, CA 90021

General Admission $25, Seniors (with ID) $20, Students (with ID)/Groups (+8) $15

Directed by John Miyasaki
Composed by Masato Baba
Produced by Rudy Marquez
Stage Manager: Dennis Perez
Assistant Stage Manager: Alex Ximenez
Scenic Design: Sasha Monge
Lighting Design: Bosco Flanagan
Costume Design: Ken Takemoto
Graphic Design & Typography: Xavi Moreno

Michael Hagiwara
Diana Toshiko
Tripp Pickell
Rona Par
Jully Lee
Samantha Valdellon
Kamil Haque
Victor Chi
Masato Baba
Jen Baik


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