In the roles that Jack Lemmon and Lee Remick made famous in the film by the same name, American Artists of Asian heritage, John Haggerty and Arista, play the lead roles of husband and wife in benefit performances of the award-winning stage play, Days of Wine and Roses by JP Miller, breaking still present stereotypes of Asian American artists being cast only in works that deal with Asian roots or martial arts. In Miller's award-winning play, the characters deal with the challenges of the real world today- denial, alcoholism and the journey to find one's way in this maelstrom of powerful addictive forces that can challenge love to its core. All proceeds from this production go to benefit the Chad Foundation for Athletes and Artists.
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