MARCH 29-31

A play written by Julia Cho

8PM Thursday March 29th
8PM Friday March 30th
4PM Saturday March 31st

In B.F.E, a.k.a the middle-of-nowhere in quintessential American suburbia, cute blonde girls are disappearing from Panny’s school. Between being 14 and Asian, having a delusional mother who thinks beauty is the only thing worth possessing and a cluelessly shy Uncle struggling to find his own way, all Panny wants to do is figure out how to survive her adolescence. However, everyone is soon forced to realize that with the brown Arizonan desert looming over them, anything can happen—and usually does.


Panny: Viviane Eng & Naomi Okada
Isabel: Julia Chung
Lefty: Benjamin Yap
Hae-Yoon: Yudai Miyamoto
Nancy: Chapin Montague
Hugo: Rhys O'Connor
Evvie: Inayah Bashir
The Man: Eli Conlin
Jack/The General: Miguel Pérez-Glassner


Director: Annie Ning
Stage Manager: Kira Newmark
Assistant Stage Managers: Susanna Kim & Jiayao Zhu
Intimacy Choreographer: Rachele Merliss
Fight Choreographer: Aaron Josephs
Light Design: Wilson Lai
Assistant Light Design: Jonathan Tang
Costume Design: Hope Fourie
Projection Design: Daniel Osofsky
Assistant Projection Design: Zack Lobel
Set Design: Jordan Tragash
Props Design: Sige Zheng
Sound Design: Jake Brodsky
Sound Composition: Julia Mitchell
Hair & Makeup Design: Christine Zheng
Publicity & Poster Design: Gabriel Drozdov
Movement Coordinator: Nicole Boyd
Master Carpenter: Tom Fischer
Electricians: Sammy Morreale, Danielle Lobo, Minu Jun
Light Board Operator: Susanna Kim
Sound Board Operator: Jiayao Zhu
Projections Board Operator: Madeleine Wesley

Content Warning: mild violence, body mutilation, non-consensual intimacy, themes and discussions of body image, race and racial stereotypes and slurs.