HBO’s “The Leftovers”

Last week, I had a co-starring role in “The Leftovers” for the upcoming season 3 on HBO.  Here are some of the behind-the-scene pictures.  I had such a wonderful experience with kind and talented cast and crew.  Look for me on episode 2!


In front of my own dressing room!  That’s right, it says ASIAN WOMAN!



Waiting for our call!  Hanging out on our “porches” with Kevin Olliff and  Anthony Kung.



Vanessa Desilvio joined me and Anthony Kung in front of our dressing rooms.



My own dressing room!  Tiny but it’s mine!  And there’s a tape deck!  WHAT?



Only 3 performances left to see “Dollface” by Katharine Sherman at Mildred’s Umbrella Theater Company. It’s been my honor to be a part of this important story.

A young painter living carefree on an island begins receiving gifts. Gifts like flowers. Jewelry. Chocolate. Underwear. So she and her sisters get ready for the ball, where she is to meet her secret admirer. She doesn’t remember the rest of the night. An adaptation of the story of Medusa, DOLLFACE is a story told in messages in bottles, in odes of advertising slogans, in bodies turned to objects. It’s a play about power and culture and trauma. It’s the story of a girl who turns into a monster.

“Hair Like the Sun”


I’m currently rehearsing for the World Premiere of “Hair Like the Sun” at Texas Repertory Theatre opening this Friday, March 18, 2016.  It’s been an honor to be a part of this inspirational story.  For tickets, visit:

Preview: March 17, 2016
Opening: March 18, 2016
Runs through: April 10, 2016

From Texas Repertory Theatre‘s website:
On February 19, 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, designating certain areas of the United States West coast as military zones. This order paved the way for the unlawful imprisonment of 120,000 Japanese Americans in internment camps.  Hair like the Sun is the story of one family’s efforts to find kindness and dignity amidst the harsh reality of a nation at war.  Based on true events, this inspirational World Premiere new play tells a unique story from this oft-forgotten period, of a young nurse’s aide who witnessed the deplorable conditions, and struggled first-hand with the fear and indifference of a nation only to find redemption and life-changing friendship in the most unlikely of places.

“Love and Information”

Tonight is closing night for “Love and Information.”  Being able to work with great cast, crew, and creative team, I’m forever grateful for having the chance to be a part of this show.  Like all good things, it must come to an end.  This has been a wonderful journey and I will remember this forever.  On to the next adventure!