I'll be performing a lil bit at this unprecedented gathering. I invite everyone to come hear our sordid tales! I'll be performing on the Friday set.

Asian American Tales of Being Urban in New York:
Living, Loving and Getting By
Friday-Saturday, May 7-8, 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.

Over 30 Asian Americans in film, television, performing arts, literature, music, fashion and visual arts give five-minute personal accounts of their experiences in New York City. Several prominent Asian American organizations join forces to present this unprecedented storytelling marathon in celebration of Asian Americans in the arts. The weekend of stories explores the varying notions of community, the highs and lows of love in an urban landscape, and the struggles of individuals who have chosen to build and maintain a creative career.

Participants include:
Sawad Brooks
Regie Cabico
Alexander Chee
Aric Chen
Tina Chang
Deborah S. Craig
Ron Domingo
Luis Francia
Kimiko Hahn
Jessica Hagedorn
David Henry Hwang
Jason Hwang
Vijay Iyer
Michael Kang
Eugenia Kim
Ken Leung
Andy Hsiao
Sunita Mukhi
Cobi Narita
N. Rain Noe
Orlando Pabotoy
SuChin Pak
Ralph Pena
Mary Ping
Bushra Rehman
DJ Rekha
Sung Rno
John Son
Sabrina Margarita Alcantara-Tan
Sara Tanaka
Paz Tanjuaquio
Ching Valdes
Zhang Hongtu

For information about each performer, visit www.AsiaSociety.org/Arts/AsianAmericanBios.html.
Cosponsored by The Asian American Writers' Workshop, Asian CineVision and the Asian American Arts Alliance.

$7 students; $10 members; $15 nonmembers each performance
Made possible with support from the Booth Ferris Foundation.