Fabulist Theatre presents Dim Sum Diaries by Mark Leiren-Young
Fabulist Theatre presents a live reading of Dim Sum Diaries by Mark Leiren-Young. Originally produced in 1991 for CBC Morningside, the controversial radio play explores various perspectives regarding the influx of immigrants from Hong Kong coming to Vancouver.
Five talented performers will take on this remarkably relevant play as you enjoy a dinner of dim sum at Vancouver's popular Pink Pearl Chinese Restaurant.
Starring Stephanie Cho as Jenny, Mark Ferns as Brian, Damon Bradley Jang as Ray, Karen McNee as Karen and R.G. Miller* as Robert.
Doors open at 6:00pm, with dinner served and the show beginning at 6:30pm. A talkback session will follow the performance.
Ticket price includes the reading, talkback, a full dim sum dinner, tea, gratuity, and a take-home gift bag. (Alcoholic beverages are not included in the ticket price). Special guests will be in attendance. We will also be selling raffle tickets with terrific prizes! All profits will go towards our spring musical production.
Please specify if you would like a vegetarian or non-vegetarian meal. Unfortunately we would advise against attending if you have any serious allergies (gluten, nuts, shellfish, etc.) as cross-contamination may occur.
The Pink Pearl Chinese Restaurant is located at 1132 East Hastings Street. There is free parking.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets must be purchased in advance and will not be available at the door in order to ensure food requirements are met.
This staged reading of Dim Sum Diaries is produced with the permission of the playwright.
*R.G. Miller is participating in this fundraiser performance with the express permission of Canadian Actors' Equity Association
Pink Pearl Chinese Restaurant (View)
1132 E Hastings St
Vancouver, BC V6A 1S2
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