Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move
Audio by Matt Ritchie
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There are so many conflicts…
that want to be the front-runner here.
Ayano is a tough part to play. Female actor Kazumi Aihara’s work holds up as best as she is allowed at The Actors Space. #WEHO #theater #theatre #reviewTweet
Photo credit by Jenny Graham: Bara Kim (l.), Kazumi Aihara.
Written by Chris Collins. Directed by Kiff Scholl. Presented by Black Bough Productions.
Cast: (in alphabetical order) Kazumi Aihara, John-Peter Cruz, Bara Kim, Carlo Mancasola, Hiro Matsunaga, Gabriel Pranter, and Glenn Ratcliffe.
Lighting Designer: Azra King-Abadi. Costume Designer: Shon Le Blanc. Sound Designer: Bill Froggatt. Projection Designer: Christopher Jerabek. Stage Manager: Angelica Estevez.
WHERE: The Other Space @ The Actors Company, 916-A N. Formosa Ave., West Hollywood, CA 90046.
WHEN: July 8 thru August 7. Fridays and Saturdays at 8;00 p.m., Sundays at 3:00 p.m.
ADMISSION: $25. Preview (July 8), $20. RESERVATIONS: https://onstage411.com/ayano
ESTIMATED RUNNING TIME: 75 minutes
A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales for this production will be donated to the organization Stop Asian Hate.