Insatiable! Seattle's First Asian American Playwright's Festival

1hr. 15min.


SIS Productions, the creators of the Sex in Seattle series, presents Insatiable! Seattle's First Asian American Playwright's Festival, a day-long festival of new play readings by local Asian American playwrights on Saturday, December 2, 2006. Schedule: 12-1:45 Playwright: Kimber Lee Title: TBA: A Work In Progress 2-3:15 Playwright: Richard Sloniker Title: Cracks in the Ceiling A man slips into Germany in the 1930s to conceal self-inflicted wounds, oblivious to the looming political storm enveloping Europe. He discovers that even a fraction of a second is all that is needed to decide whether to really live. 3:30-4:30 Playwright: Serin Ngai Title: Peace & Truth Peace & Truth explores the approaching death of an elderly Chinese American woman. Dinner Break 6:30-7:45 Playwright: Roger Tang TItle: Third Generations Nikkei Third Generations Nikkei examines the lives of three Japanese American women as it spans their lives and the times they lived in, from World War II to the turbulent 60s to the extremely uncertain present. 8-9:45 Playwright: Kathy Hsieh Title:B4 Three couples. Three time periods. One apartment. Grace and Jimmy are re-starting their lives again after being interned at Camp Minidoka during World War II. Walter tries to support his family by breaking the blacklist. Christina desperately searches for information about her husband after he leaves for the World Trade Center on the morning of September 11, 2001. Apartment B4 contains the intimate stories of ordinary people and how the lives of those who lived before provide lingering lessons for those who live today. 10-10:45 Playwright: Daniel Arreola Title: Dome Light Set against metropolitan living, two friends set out to test their self-worth... to each other and themselves. Travis and Veronica are two twenty-somethings dealing with the ups and downs of self-medication and the sociological norm per se. There's never a sober moment in this witty, crass, and hysterical look at what friends do to each other and what they don't want their friends to know. $5 per reading, $9 for a 3-reading pass, or $12 for an all-fest pass. For tickets, call or email

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