The emperor of the sorcerers: canto 18: sanuádasa


Public Performances - January 15 - 30, 2022

School Matinees - January 18 - 21, 25 - 28

Theatre 5 at Theatre Row

410 W. 42nd Street

New York, NY 10036

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Live performances for families và children grades 1-6. Featuring gossiping pandas and dancing tigers và set in 18th-century China, this story brings to light the youthful exploits of the future Emperor Qianlong.

The Emperor’s Nightingale

Written by Damon Chua

Directed by Chongren fan

Featuring: DeAnna Choi, Jonathan Frye, Fenton Li,

Hyunmin Rhee, Xiaoqing Zhang, Mandarin Wu

Set by You-Shin Chen, Costumes by Karen Boyer, Lights by Leslie Smith, và Sound by Joseph Wolfslau

Stage Management Team: Kristine Schlachter & Sabrina Morabito

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Playwright, Damon Chua

Damon is a thành viên of The Public Theater’s Emerging Writers Group 2014–15 và Ma-Yi Theater Company’s Writers Lab, and is the recipient of an Ovation Award (Best World Premiere Play) for Film Chinois, which made its Off-Broadway debut with Pan Asian Repertory Theatre in năm ngoái and Incident at Hidden Temple in 2017. His TYA play, The Emperor’s Nightingale recently made its world premiere at Adventure Theatre MTC. A National Endowment for the Arts, Dramatists Guild Fund, UNESCO & Durfee Foundation grant recipient, Damon’s plays are published by Samuel French, Smith và Kraus, Plays for Young Audiences, và the Proscenium Journal. He is also a published poet & short story writer.


Director, Chongren Fan

Chongren tín đồ is a New York-based bilingual stage director, originally from Shanghai, China. He is the Artistic Director of Yangtze Rep and Producing Associate at Pan Asian Rep. Directing Credits: Damon Chua’s The Emperor’s Nightingale (Theatre Row, 2019 OBA Award nom.); Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s Romulus the Great (TBG Theatre); Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig’s 410 (TFTNC); Marie Jones’ Stones in His Pockets (China Premiere, Shanghai Dramatic Arts Center). Upcoming productions: Mike Lew’s Tiger Style!(TheatreSquared, AR); Richard Chang"s Citizen Wong (Off-Broadway World Premiere). He has been a guest lecturer at Barnard College and Yale School of Drama. He is a member of the Off-Broadway League’s Equity Inclusion Diversity committee. SDC Member.