COME DOWN IN TIME
By Philip W. Chung
Directed by Jeff Liu
March 20 and 21, 2014| 8:00PM
The Vault Room
60 S. Los Robles Ave., Pasadena 91101

Every night, Connor Lee dreams about Annie–a beautiful woman he has never met, but a woman he is positive he knows and loves. As Connor tries to learn her identity, he will uncover an even bigger mystery. A love story about time travel, alternate universes and the moment when your dreams turn into nightmares.

Featuring:
Sung Kang (FAST & FURIOUS franchise, BETTER LUCK TOMORROW, upcoming FOX series GANG RELATED)
Michelle Krusiec (SAVING FACE, CHINGLISH at SCR)
Aly Mawji (SILICON VALLEY, PARKS & REC)
Kim Miyori (ST. ELSEWHERE, CAVE QUEST at EWP)
Jully Lee (RENO 911!, COLD TOFU)

FREE | Reservations are required. RSVP to production@pasadenaplayhouse.org and include your full name, which performance, and how many tickets you would like.

The venue is several blocks away from Pasadena Playhouse and has its own free parking.

the vault

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HOTHOUSE is the signature new play development program at The Pasadena Playhouse. Launched in 2005, the program provides playwrights and audience with a living lab where new scripts are rehearsed, read publicly, revised, rehearsed and read again. More info: http://www.pasadenaplayhouse.org/community/hothouse.html

Philip W. Chung has written for film, TV and theater. He was the co-founder and co-artistic director of Lodestone Theatre Ensemble during its ten year run. His plays include the critically-acclaimed “The Golden Hour,” “Grace Kim & The Spiders From Mars,” “laughter joy & loneliness & sex & sex & sex & sex,” and “My Man Kono,” which won second place in East West Players’ Pacific Century Playwriting Competition. He currently oversees the YOMYOMF Network (http://www.youtube.com/yomyomf) for director Justin Lin (Fast & Furious franchise) and blogs at: www.youoffendmeyouoffendmyfamily.com

Jeff Liu has directed the world premieres of “Texas and Solve For X” by Judy Soo Hoo,”Murderobilia” and “Terminus Americana” (Ovation Award nominee for Best World Premiere) by Matt Pelfrey, “The Golden Hour” and “Grace Kim and the Spiders From Mars” by Philip W. Chung, “The Chinese Massacre” (Annotated) by Tom Jacobson, “Christmas in Hanoi” by Eddie Borey, and “Ixnay,” “Wrinkles” and “Slice,” all by Paul Kikuchi. Most recently, he directed one of the “Car Plays” for the Without Walls Festival at La Jolla Playhouse, and in May 2014, he will be directing a piece in SCI-FEST, the First Annual LA Science Fiction One-Act Play Festival. He also adapted and directed the Pulitzer nominated play “Yellow Face” by David Henry Hwang for the YOMYOMF Network on YouTube.