Mouth to Mouth Open Mic
Natalie Kim & Samantha Chanse

Already sick of schoolwork? Ditch your #2 pencil, pick up you guitar and join New York natives actress Natalie Kim and writer and performer Samantha Chanse on Friday night: bring your best work (or your worst)—either way, drinks on us.

Actress and New York native Natalie Kim recently completed a successful run of her solo show, YO GIRL! Ms. Kim’s experience includes acting in productions based with New York groups such as Ensemble Studio Theatre, The New Dramatists, and Ma-Yi as well as HBO’s Bored to Death, independent film West 32nd Street, and Law and Order: Criminal Intent.

Samantha Chanse is a writer & performer, teacher, and arts organizer who’s been based in San Francisco since 2001. She is the recipient of an Individual Artist Commission from the San Francisco Arts Commission, resulting in the 2008 SF/NY productions of her first solo play, Lydia’s Funeral Video. She co-founded multidisciplinary artist salon series Laundry Party, served as KSW’s artistic director, and recently embarked on a bicoastal lifestyle to pursue a MFA in playwriting at her native NYC’s Columbia University.

$5 suggested donation. This event is open to the public.

Sign up at 8:30pm for a 5 minute slot.

Mouth to Mouth Open Mic

Natalie Kim & Samantha Chanse
Friday, September 24, 2010
9:00 PM
Asian American Writers’ Workshop
112 W27th Street, 6th Floor
New York New York
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