Dick Price: Based on a true story, Lloyd Suh’s one-act play tells of Afong Moy, a 14-year-old girl brought to New York in 1834 as perhaps the first female Chinese immigrant to America.
Dick Price: Rog is a man with a plan, dragging his wife to this crappy upstate motel with its garish purple paint and peeling flowered wallpaper, not just to salvage their marriage but to present Jen with a miraculous solution to their childlessness.
Dick Price: Picking up her pace and averting her eyes as she approached, she hugged the far side of the walkway and skirted quickly past to avoid my hulking figure.
Dick Price: It was overkill, every bit of it—the grunt, the huge swing, the twisting hips, the spray of perspiration, even the unsteady lumbering back toward the middle.
“F#@k I Love U” Review Following hard on the heels of the scintillating “Still…” comes “F#@k I Love You,” the evening’s second one-act play, again written and directed by playwright Lucky Mor and also produced by Karina Farah. Douglas Winston, Mor’s character, is a successful black Los Angeles councilman who was raised by a wealthy […]