What’s in a name? Prejudice. #RobeShmobe

fairyprincessdiaries

The Fairy Princess has been taking note of a lot of things…lots of things…and there will be her usual ‘extra-ness’ at another time, this is gonna be a little bit of afternoon delight quickie realness…and it is specific and it is pointed and y’all may not like her after, but that is ok.

Recently she received this in the mail from Actors Equity Association

Dear Fairy Princess,

I wanted you to hear this news from me first. This season will be the last for the name “Gypsy Robe.” The tradition and the ceremony before opening night of a Broadway musical, in which Equity honors the chorus member with the most Broadway Chorus credits, will continue, but the name will change.

Equity’s National Council recommended this week that we retire the name “Gypsy Robe.” I supported this change, and as chair of the ACCA Committee, I led the charge at the…

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It’s Here!

Foreign Goods the first ever anthology of British East Asian playwrights with a forward by David Henry Hwang – some one pinch me & wake me up !

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Foreign Goods

An essential introduction to the British East Asian theatrical community, this is a collection of full plays, short plays and monologues from British East Asian writers, including Jingan Young, Kathryn Golding, Amber Hsu, Cathy Lam, Lucy Chau Lai-Tuen, Tan Suet Lee, Julie Cheung Inhin & Stephen Hoo.

Come along to the official book launch at Asia House