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BAHALA NA (LET IT GO)

by CLARENCE COO
directed by JENNIFER WEIR

September 14 - October 7, 2007

 

Spanning decades from the 1920’s in China to the 1990’s in America, Bahala Na (Let It Go) is about an aging Chinese woman who conjures up memories of her life in China and the Philippines, in hopes of transforming her gay grandson. Her memories, steeped in conflicts about race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality and generational differences, open doors to the past, grip her heart, and lead her to an unexpected ending.

 

GENERAL INFORMATION


DATES

September 14 - October 7, 2007

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Venue Info

BAHALA NA (LET IT GO) will take place at the Mixed Blood Theatre, located at 1501 South 4th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55454

 

CAST


 

JEANY
PARK

Amah

ERIC
SHARP

Jason, Wei Wei

MAYANO
OCHI

Young Amah, Teresa

KATIE
BRADLEY

Beatrice

ROSE LE
TRAN

Dominga, Amah’s Father

 
 
 

ALEXANDER
GALICK

Takashi, Dan

 
 

PRODUCTION TEAM


 

JENNIFER
WEIR

Director

HEATH
MATHEWS

Composer

KIRSTIN
KUCHLER

Stage Manager

JOSEPH
STANLEY

Scenic Designer

ANNE KATSURA
ROLLINS

Costume Designer

 
 
 

JENNIFER
DEGOLIER

Lighting Designer

GREG
NELSON

Musicians

TIM
O’KEEFE

Musicians

SANDRA
AGUSTIN

Movement Constultants

ALLEN
MALICSI

Movement Consultants

 
 
 

RANDY
REYES

Dialect Coaches

MASANARI
KAWAHARA

Dialect Coaches

 
 

PHOTOS