Eth-Noh-Tec: Red Altar
1850. A Chinese junk boat crashes into the Carmel Bay. Six teenagers are flung overboard and are rescued by Rumsean-Esselen natives. With today's rallying cries against immigrants, Red Altar, written and performed by award-winning storytellers Nancy Wang and Robert Kikuchi-Yngojo, demonstrates and celebrates the contributions of three generations and three fishing villages of Chinese immigrants who start the fishing industry in the Monterey Bay area despite anti-Chinese violence, both legal and illegal. Bringing those times alive through the exciting art of Eth-Noh-Tec's storytelling movement and music theater, it is augmented by multi-media designed by Olivia Ting and Don Nguyen.
Southside Theater, Fort Mason Center (View)
2 Marina Boulevard
San Francisco, CA 94123