Judy is a badass from NYC's Chinatown. She doesn't give a shit about school and only cares about fitting in--until she finds out she didn't get in any NYC public high school. She gets into Murry Bergtraum High School through a second chance lottery system, and makes a promise to herself that this school is the place where she can start over. But things go south when she realizes the school has lost its formerly glory and she starts hanging out with the "bad" Chinatown kids. By the end of freshmen year, the principal announces that Bergtraum will get shut down by the Board of Education if school conditions do not improve. While this is happening, she also learns that her family life is coming apart. With all this weight on her shoulders, will she fall into her old habits and dropout, or will she find strength to overcome it all? [Blog posts about the journey in making this show and reflections after May 2016 previews]. To watch a snippet of the show, click here.
NEW YORK CITY
THE WORLD'S GREATEST will make its World Premiere in NYC this summer from August 19-22, 2016 at the TBG Studio Theatre.
For more info and to purchase tickets, click here.
NYC Encore - click here to get tickets.
The show is traveling to Los Angeles. Click the link to get tickets. See you at the theatre! <3
Apex for Youth
Apex for Youth delivers possibilities to underserved Asian and immigrant youth from low-income families in NYC by recruiting working professionals to volunteer and become positive role models who inspire youth to expand their horizons and envision what is possible for their lives.
Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund
Founded in 1974, the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF) is a national organization that protects and promotes the civil rights of Asian Americans. By combining litigation, advocacy, education, and organizing, AALDEF works with Asian American communities across the country to secure human rights for all.
Coalition of Asian Pacifics for Entertainment
CAPE champions diversity by educating, connecting, and empowering Asian American and Pacific Islander artists and leaders in entertainment and media.
https://capeusa.org | @CAPEUSA
Charles B. Wang Community Health: Teen Resource Center
The mission of the Teen Resource Center (TRC) is to provide information and support to the Asian American youth population through health education, programs & activities, and referrals. Follow TRC on Instagram and Facebook!
Kollaboration Los Angeles
Empowerment Through Entertainment.
www.kollaboration.org | @kollabla
Project by Project - LA Chapter
Project by Project is a national 501(c)3 volunteer organization whose mission is to develop leaders through innovative philanthropy. We are a grassroots leadership development entity that provides innovative platforms for direct work and engagement within the AAPI community, aiming to develop a pipeline for the next generation of Asian Americans in philanthropy and nonprofit leadership. We also organize Plate by Plate, the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community’s oldest annual tasting benefit.
http://projectbyproject.org/local-chapters/los-angeles/blog | @pbpla
This show will not be possible without Community Partners' support. Thank you all for supporting the show! <3