FLASH THEATRE LA: Go Thy Way With Joy

A Site-specific flash mob event 

Written by Gene Franklin Smith

Directed by Nathan Singh

Presented by Playwrights' Arena for a one-time spontaneous performance at the Wilshire/Vermont Metro train station plaza in March 2012. 



This was presented with twenty other flash theatre events around Los Angeles throughout 2012. 





What happens when three people from royalty, from three different cultures, are brought together by Death? One Roman, one Persian, and one Sumerian.  In the style of a  classical Greek tragedy, grief brings together three communities to show human and universal similarities between them; as a blessing is bestowed onto all who participat and observe. Performed in a bustling Metro station plaza to those who are coming and going, leaving and returning, here and gone. 








Day's Pay

Site-Specific Play

By Julie Tawio Oni

Directed by Nathan Singh

Produced by Moveable Piece Theatre Company

Presented at the first Hollywood Fringe Festival

July 2010

The space was a hop-scotch area of a playground at the Hollywood Rec Center. 

Day's Pay follows an encounter between two boys from two different cultures who are connected by a lemon orchird in Hollywood, CA in the 1900s. One is a latino migrant worker and the other is the caucasion son of the Orchaird owner. They bond over a game of hop-scotch , but things quickly become tragic when the life-line of lemons become stomped on. 

 


FLASH THEATRE LA: GO THY WAY WITH JOY

DAY'S PAY