"Audacious, irreverent,
and ultimately moving"

THE WASHINGTON POST

410[GONE]

BY FRANCES YA-CHU COWHIG

The Chinese Goddess of Mercy and the Monkey King think they control the Land of the Dead until their newest arrival, a Chinese-American boy, defies the system. Can an arcade dance game be the only thing that stands between the boy and his transmigration?  Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig’s dark and dazzling play about the afterlife explores identity, love and what it takes to forge a new path.

410[GONE] was produced and presented as a part of the main-stage 2017-18 Season by Rorschach Theatre Company at the Atlas Performing Arts Center in Washington, DC. 

ARTISTS

Directed by Gregory Keng Strasser

Set design by Debra Kim Sivigny

Lighting design by Katie McCreary

Sound design and score by Roc Lee

Projection design by Kylos Bannon

Properties design by Rachael Knoblauch

Costume design by Rhe'a Roland

DDR choreography by Sarah Taurchini

Fight choreography by Casey Kaleba

Asst. Stage Manager: Sophie Barden

Stage Managed by Linz Moore

Production Manager: Gordon Nimmo-Smith

Rorschach Artistic Directors: Randy Baker and Jenny McConnell Frederick

CAST

(In alphabetical order:)

Sebastian Amoruso, Linda Bard, Andrew Quilpa, Yasmin Tuazon, and Jacob Yeh

REVIEWS

The Washington Post

DC Metro Theatre Arts 

DC Theatre Scene

Broadway World

The Hill is Home

Metro Weekly (Editor's Pick)

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