June 14, 7PM | The Cabaret | $16 / PWYW at the door
Presented by Mirror Me Productions
From playwright Chase Lo comes a theatrical thriller about a family of trans/nonbinary Asian and migrant sex workers on a vigilante search for their missing sister, Ruby. In their quest, they seek the aid of ancestral ghosts and memories to solve the puzzle of her disappearance. This is a story about chosen family and the choices we make to pursue our dreams; no matter the cost.
This will be the first public presentation of this work-in-development, so we are seeking audience feedback. Following the staged reading will be a talkback facilitated by Leon Tsai.
Half of the ticket proceeds will be donated to Butterfly: Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Support Network.
Chase Lo // playwright
William Dao // director/presentation dramaturge
Kai Cheng Thom // sensitivity consultant/workshop facilitator
Bilal Baig // dramaturge
Tammy Yu // stage manager
Leon Tsai // talkback presenter
Maher Sinno // presentation captioner
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Content warning: This play includes content that touches on topics of child abuse, violence, and trauma connected to transphobia and racism, death, and blood.
Accessibility Information: This production will have English captions for the reading presentation.
Photo and design: William Dao