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Past Production

410 [GONE]

By Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig
Directed by Evren Odcikin
Jun 6, 2014–Jun 29, 2014
World Premiere

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Where do we go when we die? In Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig’s dark and dazzling play 410[GONE], that all depends on how you play the game. The stakes couldn’t be higher when a young woman goes in search of her lost brother in the Land of the Dead. On this fantastical journey into the underworld—a land ruled by the Chinese Goddess of Mercy and the Monkey King, where time is suspended, and Dance Dance Revolution holds the key to Transmigration—a sister and brother must face the ultimate question: if there is no love without pain, what does it mean to love? 

Featuring: Cindy Im*+, Christopher James Cortez, Charisse Loriaux, Alexander M Lydon, Michael Uy Kelly, Wiley Naman Strasser

Scenic Design: Evren Odcikin

Video Design: Wesley Cabral

Animator: Goose Manriquez

Light Design: Stephanie Buchner+

Costume Design: Keiko Shimosato Carreiro

Sound Design: Sara Huddleston

Props Design: Devon LaBelle

Dramaturg: Laura Brueckner+

Research Dramaturg: Julie McCormick

Fight Choreography: Carla Pantoja

Assistant Director: Sarina Renteria

Production Manager: Stephanie Alyson Henderson+

Technical Director: Geoffrey Nolan

Stage Manager: Mina Sohaa Smith+

Assistant Stage Manager: Sarina Renteria

Production Assistant: Ryan Courtney

Reviews

“Cowhig is a distinctively original writer with a brash, at times provocative style and a wit that can sneak up and catch you off-guard.” Rob Hurwitt, SF Chronicle

“mesmerizing and ultimately moving” Chad Jones, TheaterDogs