18 Mighty Mountain Warriors
Co-Presented with Pacific Arts Movement
Featuring Michael Hornbuckle & Greg Watanabe
April 18 and 20, 2014
18 Mighty Mountain Warriors is quite possibly the world's most “psychotic” Asian American theatrical comedy group. The Warriors include the comic duo of Michael Hornbuckle and Greg Watanabe. Mo`olelo audiences will recognize Greg from Extraordinary Chambers, How I Got That Story and Yellow Face. Together since 1994, they have performed from New York to Los Angeles, and Hong Kong to Houston. Inspired by groups such as Monty Python's Flying Circus, Culture Clash, SNL, and Kids in the Hall, their irreverent style of skit comedy ranges from slapstick to political and takes no prisoners. This show will include some of their award-winning skits and new material written just for San Diego.
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By Laura Jacqmin
Directed by Robert Barry Fleming
May 29 - June 29, 2014
Molly is a docent at Wisconsin Concrete Park. But a storm has hit and everything is not where it usually is. Milvotchkee, Visconsin is the story of a woman experiencing various stages of dementia. A comedy about a tragedy, this play is uniquely told through the lens of Molly herself as she journeys through this new territory and finds hope in her new life.
Scott Joplin's New Rag
Written and Performed by Robert Barry Fleming
Directed by George Yé
September 18 - October 19, 2014
Scott Joplin was the King of Ragtime, an African American composer and pianist who lived in the Post-Reconstruction South and died in New York City just a couple short months before America entered WWI. Scott Joplin’s New Rag is a multi-character, one-man, musical event written by and starring Robert Barry Fleming which explores the life, times and mind of this remarkable artist.