Thursday, October 23, 2014

Global Taxi Driver issues thank you

TeAda Productions recently sent out a thank you to all the supporters of Global Taxi Driver this past summer!

Following the work-in-progress open rehearsal at East West Players in Los Angeles, the show traveled to the Twin Cities for the world premiere at Intermedia Arts. Between August and September the show underwent a tremendous transformation that brought together an ensemble of six performers from two cities to create a dynamic, energetic ensemble show that sparked dialogue and highlighted immigrant communities in the Twin Cities.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Laos in the House calls for Scary Stories

It's October and the organizers of Laos in the House want hear your scariest stories! Submit the most frightening moments, or maybe just tell them a really good ghost story, or perhaps that weird eerie thing that happened to you that one time you couldn't explain. Don't be scared, all stories welcomed.

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Monday, October 20, 2014

Sahtu Press announces next book, poetry by Krysada Binly Panusith Phounsiri

Lao American publisher Sahtu Press announced their forthcoming next title, Dance Among Elephants, by  Krysada Binly Panusith Phounsiri. This will be his first book.

An international performer, Krysada Binly Panusith Phounsiri is a Lao American who came to the U.S. when he was 2. He is now a resident of San Diego. He began writing poetry at age 11. Dance Among Elephants will have poetry and photography, mostly previously unpublished material. 

Founded in 2013, Sahtu Press specializes in works by Laotian American writers and artists.Their first book was the children's book A Sticky Mess, by award-winning Lao artist and author Nor Sanavongsay, which told one of the classic stories of the Lao trickster figure, Xieng Mieng. They expect to release Dance Among Elephants in December, 2014.