Hold These Truths
November 18 – December 4, 2016
Hold These Truths
By Jeanne Sakata
Directed by Leslie Ishii
A man discovers America’s triumphs and confronts its failures
Gordon Hirabayashi, the son of Japanese immigrants, had just graduated from the University of Washington when he was ordered to report to internment camps outside of Seattle. Gordon chose to fight US Government action rather than obey an order he felt was unlawful. His experiences in the courts and camps of the time sparked his passion for the U.S. constitution, and the courage of his convictions led him to the Supreme Court and a posthumous Presidential Medal of Freedom. This one man show staring Greg Watanabe is his true story.
|Thursday, November 17, 2016||7:30pm||Pay-As-You-Can Preview|
|Friday, November 18, 2016||7:30pm||Opening Night|
|Saturday, November 19, 2016||7:30pm|
|Sunday, November 20, 2016||4:00pm||Pay-As-You-Can|
|Wednesday, November 23, 2016||7:30pm||Pay-As-You-Can|
|Friday, November 25, 2016||7:30pm||Beer Friday|
|Saturday, November 26, 2016||7:30pm|
|Sunday, November 27, 2016||4:00pm|
|Wednesday, November 30, 2016||7:30pm|
|Thursday, December 1, 2016||7:30pm|
|Friday, December 2, 2016||7:30pm|
|Saturday, December 3, 2016||7:30pm|
|Sunday, December 4, 2016||4:00pm|
|Gordon Hirabayashi||Greg Watanabe*|
*Members of Actors Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers
Greg recently made his Broadway debut in Allegiance and was recently seen in EXIT THE KING at the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey and A SINGLE SHARD at People’s Light
Greg’s theater credits include the world premiere productions of THE BALLAD OF YACHIYO (Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Public Theater-New York) , BUTCHER’S BURDEN (Asian American Theater Company), THE SUMMER MOON (A Contemporary Theater, South Coast Repertory Theatre), 10,000 YEARS (written and produced by John Ridley), NO-NO BOY (adapted by Ken Narasaki), THE HAPPY ONES (South Coast Rep, L.A. Drama Critics Circle nomination for Best Featured Performance) and EXTRAORDINARY CHAMBERS (The Geffen Playhouse, Ovation nomination for Best Featured Actor).
Greg also appeared as ‘DHH’ in YELLOW FACE at Mo’olelo Performing Arts Company (San Diego Theater Critics Circle nomination for Outstanding Lead Performance in a Play).
Other appearances include GOLDEN CHILD at the Signature Theater in New York, EXTRAORDINARY CHAMBERS at Mo’olelo (San Diego Theater Critics Circle nomination for Best Ensemble), MAPLE AND VINE at Cygnet Theatre, and MILVOTCHKEE, VISCONSIN at Mo’olelo.
His film and television credits include Madam Secretary, Aquarius, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Reno 911!, Only The Brave, Americanese, and Life Tastes Good.
Greg is member of the 18 Mighty Mountain Warriors. The documentary about them, ‘Mighty Warriors of Comedy’ won a Northern California Emmy.
|Scenic Designer||Akiko Rotch|
|Lighting Designer||Art Rotch|
|Costume Designer||Sara Clement|
|Sound Designer||John Zalewski|
|Stage Manager||Jess Jones|
|Assistant Director||Joseph Biagini|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Veronica Murray|
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