explorWORD: Scripting Aloud with Charlie Cho & Grace Chin

Here's an announcement from Charlie Cho –
one of the funny guy writers behind the Hot Sauce Posse + Grace Chin, a
very funny writer and e-mailer.

Enjoy – Todd


Thirtysomething, pseudo-single, and sorta
loving it – a twist brings Jessy and Ray together on a crowded downtown
Vancouver street corner, but how lucky does this chance encounter turn
out to be?

To find out, you're invited to SCRIPTING ALOUD:
an “intimate and interactive” evening of readings, performances
and Q&A featuring the first public reading of Twisting Fortunes, a
six-part comedic radio drama by Charlie Cho and Grace Chin on Saturday,
May 14, at O
ur Town Café (96 Kingsway @

Also featured are works by members of
the gut-busting, acerbic comedy group Hot Sauce Posse, and Kathy Leung,
writer of the Leo-nominated short film Lily's Crickets.

The evening is part of the explorWORD Reading Series for explorASIAN 2005
– celebrating Asian Heritage Month in Vancouver.

Hope to see you at Our Town on May 14, and at other venues throughout
Asian Heritage Month!

– Charlie Cho and Grace Chin
explorASIAN information:
All explorWORD Reading Series events:

explorWord – Reading Series – May 14 – 7pm

Location:  Our Town Café – 96 Kingsway, Vancouver
SCRIPTING ALOUD: An evening of dramatic and comedic readings and
featuring works by Charlie Cho and Grace Chin; members of the Hot Sauce
Posse; Kathy Leung; and guests.

explorWord – Reading Series – May 14 – 1:30 – 5:00pm

Location: Strawberry Hill Library 7399 – 122 Street, Surrey 
SILK ROAD JUNCTION: The caravan of Silky Surrey Stanza has reached
“Korea – India Junction” Ashok Bhargava is your host and guide.
Come to experience through Indo-Korean dance, music and poetry, how a
sixteen year old Princess from India traveled to Korea two thousand years
ago to marry King Kim Suro. Featuring Bong Ja Ahn, Park Hae Jung, Regina
Choi, Mani Rao, Emily Chu, Manga Basi, and Chung Hye Seoung.

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