MRS HUE: How will I know if I’ve found a weakness? TRUNG NHI: You’ll hear thunder. A while back the Aurora Theatre announced this year’s GAP prize winners, and I was fortunate enough to be one of them. The prize included flying me up to Berkeley, California to rehearse and attend a staged reading of
Today I stumbled upon a nice TED talk about complex problem solving. The presenter, Tom Wujec asks “Got a wicked problem? First, tell me how you make toast.” As a full time web developer, I’m constantly breaking down complex problems into simpler more manageable tasks, and think there’s definitely a connection between this process and
Happy to announce my play RED FLAMBOYANT is one of the winners of Aurora Theatre’s GAP Prize. I join Jonathan Spector and Martyna Majok as one of the three winners. You can read all about it on the American Theatre website.
This past Sunday I woke up at the crack of dawn, shoved a bowl of oatmeal and peanut butter into my mouth and jumped on the train to go deep into Queens. My destination: Flushing Meadows, home of the Mets and the US Open, and two Worlds Fairs. It is also home of the Queens
50 World Premiere plays telling the entire History of Man’s Salvation from The Fall of Lucifer through and including Judgment Day. By far the biggest show I’ve ever worked on. I think everyone was excited and terrified to tackle something so ambitious. I mean, it’s the entire bible in one evening. I’ve seen it twice