James Ryen guest stars in GCB as Victor, Cricket's Tae Kwon Do instructor, in Episode 1. 03, "Love Is Patient.
“Vietgone”: A Fresh Take on Love in Time of War
Cast: James Ryen, Jeena Yi, Will Dao, Amy Kim Waschke and Moses Villarama. For more info: https://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1617/VG/Synopsis. Top image: (L-R) James Ryen (Quang) and Will Dao (Nhan) in Seattle Repertory Theatre's Vietgone. Photo by
Let’s face it, dear hedonists – love it or hate it, the topic of politics seems to be all that we talk about these days. Crises of faith, fact, and political will abound – not just in the United Kingdom and the United States of America, mind you – with actions taking place (and potentially taking place) that have no constitutional precedent. What’s more, art and politics are very often intertwined. And the great plays coming out of the Seattle Repertory Theatre (Seattle Rep/SRT) are no exception. (Talk about timing. First, originally running November 11th until December 11th (but extended until December 18th), 2016 is King Charles III by Mike Bartlett. Directed by David Muse and co-produced with the American Conservatory Theater and the Shakespeare Theatre Company , this play is set in a post-Queen Elizabeth II world, in which King Charles III (skillfully played by Robert Joy) is FINALLY poised... In the meantime, Prime Minister Evans (performed well by Ian Merrill Peakes) proposes legislation the goal of which is to restrict the freedom of the press – a law opposed by the new sovereign. An opposition which contradicts the usual practice of the British democratic political process. (Or DOES it. ). King Charles III – first produced in 2014 by the London’s Almeida Theatre , the 2015 Olivier Award winner for Best New Play, and a Tony-nominated Broadway and West End smash – may take place in the U. K. , but certainly hits home... Within the law, loopholes abound. the trick is to utilize those loopholes so as to be on the (morally) right side of history. (And not end up on the wrong side of history, by way of, say, succumbing to fear. Or fear of a celebrity. This play is a must-see, although, for some these days, perhaps a too-close-to-home-see. Written in William Shakespeare’s style of iambic pentameter (blank verse), it shows us just how malleable all of our standards, values, and traditions actually are – and how democracy takes showing up, standing up, and speaking out by all of us to... Six performances remain int he SRT’s Bagley Wright Theatre. this play runs two hours and 40 minutes with one intermission. Tickets start at $17 and are available online , or by calling the Seattle Repertory Theatre Box Office at 206-443-2222 (or toll-free at 1-877-900-9285). Note also that discounted tickets for groups of ten or more are available by calling... The innovation and multiple layers of this production are true to life. for we rarely (if ever) truly live in the black and the white. we all, for the most part, live somewhere in the in-between – in the silver hues of what make up the real world. Hopefully, it also encourages compassion and acceptance among the members of those nations taking in refugees – for war is war. And those who fight them – once again, on the (morally) right side of history – are truly our heroes. Twenty-two performances remain in the SRT’s Leo K. Theatre. this play runs two hours and 20 minutes with one intermission. Tickets (once again) start at $17 and are available online , or by calling the Seattle Repertory Theatre Box Office at 206-443-2222 (or toll-free at 1-877-900-9285). Note also that discounted tickets for groups of ten or more are available by...
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Dinner for Two, Please James! (black pepper, tarragon, garlic, shrimp, lemon juice, olive oil, onions, oregano, parmesan cheese, pasta, red wine, roma tomato)
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