other plays

Performed at Collective Arts Incubator

November 5, 2016

Meow, Meow, Hiss by Nicholas Pilapil

Ugly Girl Chronicles by Mara De La Rosa

Visitation Rites by Rosie Narasaki

Meow, Meow, Hiss by Nicholas Pilapil

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THE plays

UGLY GIRL CHRONICLES: EP. 1

written and directed by Mara De La Rosa

featuring Karina Assad, Mara De La Rosa, and Will Huse

Monica is determined to lose her virginity the night before she gets a Pap smear. Although her roommate tries to talk her out of it, Monica does not want her first time to be with a probe at the gynecologist's. The night ends in rather an interesting note when she meets Clay, a sad aspiring actor, whom she bonds with at the local dive bar. 

VISITATION RITES

by Rosie Narasaki

directed by Diana Wyenn

featuring Rosie Narasaki and Julian Yuen

Poor Genji's trying to enjoy a simple romantic moment in a cafe, when the ghost of his recently deceased ex-girlfriend decides to possess his date. Their brief and comedic interaction spans everything from his philandering ways to the ultimate existential crisisdeath. Loosely based on 'The Tale of Genji' (but not as loosely as you'd think). 

MEOW, MEOW, HISS

written and directed by Nicholas Pilapil

featuring Michael Barnum, Juliet Ladines, and Rose Narasaki

Harry is a simple man. He loves his dead mom, his Jesus-loving grandma Poppy, and just wants to find the girl of his dreams. But, when he finally falls in love, Poppy does everything to stop it. Because no one is good enough for her grandson...especially the cat Harry's fallen in love with.

THE WRITERS

THE GREAT VICE

by Mari Assad

featuring Mari Assad and Jeff Lowe

Em is seconds away from playing her dream role, Iago, in Shakespeare’s Othello. However, everything shatters to pieces when her fictional character comes to life, and has a lot to say about her representation of him. Em is forced to realize that she cannot hide from her issues, like Iago does. And Iago must learn to live with his actions continually repeating themselves.

MARI

ASSAD

MARA

DE LA ROSA

ROSIE NARASAKI

NICHOLAS PILAPIL