Category Archives: Emil’s solo shows

FINAL SHOWS THIS WEEKEND–GET TIX NOW: Emil Amok/Amok Monologues/All Pucked UP, July 20-28, Capital Fringe, Washington,DC

A NEW REVIEW FOR MY CAPITAL FRINGE SHOW!

“A refreshing experience in more ways than one. At the end of the hour when Emil thanks the audience for seeing him as his authentic, non-invisible self–well, that’s what makes theatre so worthwhile, isn’t it?” –DCTheatreScene July 22, 2019

SEE THE FINAL SHOWS!

555 Water St. SW DC, Saint Augustine’s Episcopal Church …

It’s COOL INSIDE!

CLICK HERE to secure site FOR TICKETS TO ALL SHOWS NOW! 

Let this be your virtual program for the show!

MORE EMIL?

click here to READ EMIL AMOK columns on the AALDEF site!

click here to LISTEN TO EMIL on THE PETA PODCAST

Read a little more about me here.

Twitter @emilamok

Emil Amok! Check my latest columns and pronouncements…. .

Read my latest columns at the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund blog!

Sorry to say, I’ve been pre-occupied watching sports as an antidote to our constitutional crisis.  (Go Warriors! Go Sharks! Wake up,Giants!)  That and teaching college kids.

Also working on a new iteration of my “Amok Monologues.” It’s coming to Washington, D.C. in late July!!! Ticket info coming.

Sounds like a good time to book me for an east coast swing.

Oh, and while Emil Amok’s Takeout is still available wherever you podcast (check it out on Spotify, iTunes, Castbox, etc.),  each week there’s a new The PETA PODCAST !

Your Friendly Filipino Amok Fruit Bat

Emil Amok! Still tickets left for Feb.1 and Feb. 7 shows in SF. ; Also, where you can read my columns or hear my podcasts.

The full hour-long performance of my Amok Monologues, “Emil Amok: Sex and Affirmative Action!”  is coming to San Francisco’s Potrero  Stage in January 27, Feb.1, Feb. 7.

Jan 27, 7PM

Feb 1,  8PM

Feb 7, 8PM

http://playground-sf.org/solofest/

In the meantime:

**Check out my writing on the AALDEF blog every week! 

**Listen to me here on the PETA PODCAST  or search my name on Apple Podcasts.

**Check out the original “Emil Amok’s Takeout.”

**Read me on the Inquirer.net.

**Check out my monthly workshops at the Filipino American National Historical Society Museum in Stockton, CA. 

The next one is Sunday, Feb. 10th …a workshop and bit of the new show.

**Check out reviews of the solo show here.

**See a video clip here.

AND FOR PEOPLE WHO NEED INFORMATION ON FIGHTING TYPE-2 DIABETES….Click here to get a rundown from Dr. Neal Barnard.

**For more information: Go to the Contact section!

 

Emil Guillermo: “More Amok,” coming soon late January at the SF Playground Solo Fest at the Potrero Stage in January!

The full hour-long performance of my Amok Monologues, “More Amok,” is coming to the Potrero Stage in January.

Jan 27-7PM / Feb 1-8PM / Feb 7-8PM

http://playground-sf.org/solofest/

In the meantime:

**Check out my writing on the AALDEF blog every week! 

**Listen to me here on the PETA PODCAST  or search my name on Apple Podcasts.

**Check out the original “Emil Amok’s Takeout.”

**Read me on the Inquirer.net.

**Check out my monthly workshops at the Filipino American National Historical Society Museum in Stockton, CA. 

**Check out reviews of the solo show here.

**See a video clip here.

**For more information: Go to the Contact section!

 

 

 

Emil Guillermo: Next “Amok”? Sept. 30, Sunday, 2pm at FANHS National Museum in Stockton. Get ticket links to the “story show,” and see where to read my Amok columns!

Tickets for the next story show? 

It’s a story show and work shop to help you tell your own story.

Don’t miss it at the FANHS National Museum,  337 E. Weber Ave, Stockton, CA

Arrive early to see the museum or lunch at a nearby Filipino restaurant. Digest it all during the show. Get inspired, be a part of the interview “talk” show part, and let me get the story out of you. You will leave with a real blue print for a story that you can perform, refine, or just tell to your loved ones.

Donations, $10 to benefit the museum. Get your tickets in advance.

Keep reading my regular  Amok columns at the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund.
(Listen to a robot read an Amok column on this link).

Also at inquirer.net.

And diverseeducation.com.

And listen to my podcasts:

The PETA PODCAST

and

Emil Amok’s Takeout

Emil Guillermo: Thank you for “Amok Monologues” at Manilatown; See future shows, workshops. And where to read Emil

Thank you all for the great response at to “Amok Monologues” at SF’s Manilatown Last Friday!

Check back here to see where I’ll be popping up next.

Or sign up! Send me an email and get on the list.

Next scheduled Amok excerpt and workshop is Sept. 2nd in Stockton at the FANHS National Museum at 2pm.  Learn to how to tell your story.

And keep reading my regular  Amok columns at the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund.

Also at inquirer.net.

And diverseeducation.com.

And listen to my podcasts:

The PETA PODCAST

and

Emil Amok’s Takeout

Emil Guillermo’s Amok Monologues? Get your tickets for the Aug. 17th San Francisco show. One night only. Plus I’ll share some of my Dawn Mabalon memories.

Some proceeds will benefit Manilatown Heritage Foundation, and Dawn Mabalon’s Memorial fund.

For you last minute types… tickets will be at the door at Manilatown 868 Kearny at Jackson St. in San Francisco.

Or you can ….

Get your tickets here.

Here’s what critics say about Emil Guillermo’s  “Amok Monologues: All Pucked UP”:

“Stand-up, monologue, rant?….Enjoy trying to keep pace with Guillermo’s brilliant mind… Funny, poignant.”— Orlando Weekly.
“Keeps audience engaged.” — Orlando Sentinel
“Charismatic…Guillermo’s life is one worth exploring.” — DC Metro Theater Arts
“Excellent…Emil Guillermo knows how to tell a story and that ability sets “Amok Monologues above other solo shows.”  — San Diego Story

Aug. 17,  7:30pm,  Manilatown/I-Hotel,  868 Kearny St. in San Francisco.

Tickets $10, with part of the proceeds to benefit the Manilatown Heritage Foundation.

Click to get your tickets.

DAWN MABALON MEMORIES

I’ve spent most of this week writing about the late Dr. Dawn Mabalon.

If you’ve seen my stories on http:/www.aaldef.org/blog

or on Inquirer.net, you know I had great love and admiration for Dawn and her work.

Aug. 17, Friday would have been her birthday.   So I will share some memories after the “Amok” show when we do a talkback. It’s a little something extra.

This show is a benefit for Manilatown.  But I will make sure some proceeds from the show are given to Dawn’s fund.