The Producer's Perspective PRO Reading Series, which is produced by Davenport Theatrical Enterprises, is kicking off their first quarterly reading with a presentation of Hello Kitty Must Die on Monday, March 18th at 4pm at Ripley Grier, Studio 312 (305 W. 38th Street New York, NY 10018).
Tonight’s the night. The first time Fiona Yu meets a live audience and gives teeth and claws to Hello Kitty Must Die! Helen Young stars as the notorious Fiona Yu. A world premiere play in development @ Stage 773 , a darkly twisted solo adult comedy. Think Joy Luck Club meets Dexter.
VISIBLE SOUL: The musings and diatribes of a New York actor and playwright, Zack Calhoun.
"People You Should Know - Kurt Johns"
In this interview format, Kurt talks about his theatre career, SoloChicago, and creating
Hello Kitty Must Die with Gail Rastorfer.
While the ability to gather together is curtailed by this virus. We're busy in the background making sure that fans of the novel and the play will be able to see Hello Kitty Must Die, the play as soon as we can get the go-ahead to gather and enjoy.
Meanwhile - what we said above!
In "HELLO KITTY MUST DIE - 10 Questions,"
the show's star Ann Hu reveals her passion for
this contemporary dark new play which, in her own words, "embraces everything I have ever wanted to say about being Asian American and female in this country."
The Unfortunates is now available for viewing.
The newest project from SoloChicago Theatre is a contemporary dark comedy, HELLO KITTY MUST DIE, which was presented by Davenport Theatricals in a developmental reading last year in Manhattan, performed by Ann Hu.
November 24, 2019-L.A. Reading of HKMD with these fierce and talented women on a wonderful project. Pictured are: Co-Adaptor Gail Rastorfer, Author of novel Angela S Choi,
and our star Ann Hu.
SoloChicago produced 2nd NYC invited industry reading reading held at Ripley Grier on Monday Oct 21. Special programs were printed and iced fortune cookies were provided with logo on the outside and quotes from the play inside.
"Where the laughs pile up as fast as the bodies."
Hello Kitty Must Die was selected for inclusion at the prestigious Road Theatre Annual Summer Playwrights Festival, the largest staged reading festival in the nation.