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THE MISSING WOMAN

 

Starring Vietnamese Award Winning Artists:
Vietnamese Arts Council "Best Artist",
Mr. THANH LOC as Husband,
Ms. MY HANG as Woman from Painting,
Ms. HAI PHUONG as Wife/Musician,
Ms. NGOC DANG as Lady General/Fox Woman
And Ms. NGUYEN Thi Minh Ngoc

With Vietnamese American Performers:
Ms. TRAN T. Thuc Hanh and
Mr. LE Leon

 

The Missing Woman
Written and directed by
NGUYEN thi Minh Ngoc

Presented in association with The Institute for Vietnamese Culture & Education (IVCE)

A Folk Parable with traditional Music and Dance, performed in Vietnamese and English featuring Vietnamese Award Winning Artists

Time: April 2-12, 2008
Place: West End Theater, 263 W. 86th St.

Click here for a video clip of
The Missing Woman

Tickets: $20 - $40, discounts available for seniors, students, groups and corporate partners.

Purchase tickets

To order tickets by phone call
212-352-3101

Student Matinee on Thursday April 3 at 11:00am. $10 per student, including post-show discussion with cast and director.

Opening Night - Monday April 7, 7:30pm Tickets are $75, which includes post-show cast party.

Call Pan Asian Rep for student matinee or group tickets: 212-868-4030

For more information on IVCE, visit their website:
IVCE.org
 

 

THE MISSING WOMAN tells the story of an artist living happily with his wife, a talented traditional musician. One day she disappears. He asked characters in his paintings to help him looking for her. He travels back into the spiritual worlds of well-known female figures in Vietnamese literature and theaters to seek the answer.

This is the first time the Vietnam contemporary theater introducing “The Missing Woman”—a bilingual play performed by leading Vietnamese artists to the public in New York City. This play was chosen to represent Vietnam in the 2003 Asian Pacific Theater Festival in Manila, the Philippines.
   

 


 
 
     

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