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The Brahmin and the Tiger
Inner-City Arts, The Rosenthal Theater
Los Angeles, CA
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The Brahmin & the Tiger:  and other stories of love, loss and courage in between, is a collection of fairy tales gathered from throughout Asia and the Pacific Islands. Blending oral tradition with original music, movement and taiko these stories will entertain and delight people of all ages.

"There is a great power in the stories a group tells. Whether that group be a city, country and culture we are sometimes defined by the tales that come from our communities. Another important aspect is that many times we don't have the opportunity to share even our own stories
and others will tell them. This can be a very dangerous thing. I believe that retelling old stories in a new way not only bring them to a new audience but can give us a history." Said Miyasaki.

These are stories that are rarely told but have many threads here in the LA. Being the fastest growing minority Asian tales are beginning to take a much stronger foothold on our diverse city as a brand new wave of people from Asia come to Los Angeles again. When people think of
Asians in LA there needs to be more than food that comes to mind. We strive to tell the ancient stories of these Angelenos and through that give a glimpse into these cultures

"THE BRAHMIN & THE TIGER" features: John Miyasaki, Diana Toshiko*, Tripp Pickell, Rona Par, Jully Lee, Samantha Valdellon, Kamil Haque, Helen Ota, Vince Yap, Masato Baba, Jen Baik, David Wells

Production staff for "THE BRAHMIN & THE TIGER" includes John Miyasaki, director, Masato Baba, music composer, Sasha Monger, scenic design, Bosco Flanagan, lighting designer.

"THE BRAHMIN & THE TIGER" is produced by Rudy Marquez

John Miyasaki began his career in 1984 at East West Players and worked in over 30 productions. Other acting credits include "Talk Story" (LATC), "Innocent When You
Dream" (Electric Lodge), "No No Boy" (Miles playhouse) as well as appearances at the Mark Taper Forum, Oragne County Center for Performing Arts and the Alley Theater (Houston). His directing credits are "L.A. Views V April 29, 1992", "Windchimes", "Romeo & Juliet Pinoy/Pinay
Style", "the hereandnow national tour", "Boba Stories", "Fentor" (LA Weekly Pick of the Week).
Friday Oct 05, 2012 8:00 PM - Sunday Oct 28, 2012 2:00 PM | $8.00 - $25.00

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Inner-City Arts, The Rosenthal Theater (View)
720 Kohler Street
Los Angeles, CA 90021
United States


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Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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Shenna B.
Los Angeles, CA United States
Oct 28, 2012 11:15 AM
Leslie I.
South Pasadena, CA United States
Oct 28, 2012 10:20 AM
Leslie I.
South Pasadena, CA United States
Oct 28, 2012 10:20 AM
Leslie I.
South Pasadena, CA United States
Oct 28, 2012 10:20 AM
Leslie I.
South Pasadena, CA United States
Oct 28, 2012 10:20 AM
Judith S.
South Pasadena, CA United States
Oct 28, 2012 9:21 AM

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