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A SONG FOR A NISEI FISHERMAN

written by Philip Kan Gotanda
directed by Rick Shiomi
assistant director: Jennifer Weir directing intern: Katie Leo
November 2nd- 18th, 2001

 

Synopsis

This classic play delves into the search of a Japanese American man to understand his life as he recalls his journey from childhood to retirement.  At once both deeply personal and truly universal, this play reflects the beauty and pain of growing up Japanese American in the 20th Century.

This production will take place at Old Arizona

 

GENERAL INFORMATION


DATES

November 2nd- 18th, 2001

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CAST

 
 

KURT
MATTSEN

Itsuta Matsumoto

S. YOON
BURROWS

Michiko Matsumoto

KISEUNG
RHEE

Tobert/ Kats

KEN
UJIFUSA

Tochan (Papa)

SUSIE
KUNIYOSHI

Kachan (Mama)

 
 
 

ERIC
SUMANGIL

Mosan/ Jeffrey/ Singer

TERESSA
GREGA

Josephine

KJERTINA
WHITING

Cora

BILL
MANION

Military Person

 
 

PRODUCTION TEAM


 
 

STEPHANIE
LEIN

Stage Manager

RICHARD
WILSON

Set Designer

DAVID
RIISAGER

Lighting Designer

JEANNIE
GALIOTO

Costume Designer

STEVE
CARLINO

Sound Designer

 
 
 

JAZ
CANLAS

Sound Board Operator

ROBERT BRUCE
BRAKE

Properties Consultant

ALLEN
MALICSI

Music Consultant

KURT
SCHWEICKHARDT

Make-Up Consultant

TERESSA
GREGA

80’s Dance Choreographer

 
 
 

SUSIE
KUNIYOSHI

Hawaiian Dialect Consultant

WU CHEN
KHOO

Tech Crew

CHARISSA
UEMURA

Photography

SKYLAB


Postcard Design

ROBERT
SAUER

Program Design

 
 
 

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TUAN

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