Check it out at the San Diego Art Institute space next to Victoria’s Secret/Horton Plaza. Thursday night 10:30 pm.
Tickets just $10.
It’s funny, tragic, provocative personal history. An American Filipino story.
But here’s what critic Bill Eadie of San Diego Story, the area’s premiere arts journal, had to say:
Come and by and go “Amok.” And if you can’t make it, contact me and I’ll bring it to your city!
San Diego for the weekend? Come on by Horton Plaza at the San Diego Art Institute space (to the left of Victoria’s Secret). Come for the panties, stay for the show! Amok is based on my columns and Filipino and Asian America history. Funny, tragic, and there’s a gong present.
Tickets $10! Click here!
Get Fringey. Go Amok!
I’m at the Marsh in SF for a 20-min excerpt of my Amok Monologues.
Check it out if you can. I may have a gong!
Yes it’s “all pucked up,” with stories from NPR, Harvard, and the murder of my cousin in SOMA.
And you’ll also see me call up the spirit of Jimmy Bob Amok!
But the big treat, the full show is in San Diego, at the San Diego International Fringe Festival, June 23-29. Come by if you can!
And if that’s not enough, listen to the latest “Emil Amok’s Takeout.”
Perfect if you’re feeling Comey-tose about now.
Hopefully, you will download a podcast, or see a show, and get energized!
This was recorded before Trump’s speech before the joint session of the Congress. But instead of overpraise for striking a civil tone, even a presidential tone, overall his words don’t match the harsh anti-immigrant actions he’s displayed in his first 40 days.
Read more at on the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund blog.
When you have the domain www.amok.com, it is a special day indeed when among your first moments in Malaysia, the birth place of amok (the word does have Malay origins), is actually going amok in a tri-shaw. Actually, I was assisted by my right-hand (and left-hand) man, the ultra capable Ming. The importance of having him for both my hands is evident, especially if you look closely by my left ear. You can see Ming’s hand on the handlebars (of the tri-shaw, not my ears). Note: Ming is holding a cigarette and not some weapon. No sharp implements were brandished as we ran amok through Old Georgetown in Penang, Malaysia.
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