"Sara Porkalob's theatrical engagement with an empty chair is about 30 times more impressive than Clint Eastwood's performance at the 2012 RNC.”
By Sara Porkalob
Directed by Andrew Russell
It is the year of the Water Dragon and the eve of Grandma Maria’s 60th birthday. By the light of the karaoke machine, fueled by pork dumplings and diet Pepsi, she shares a dark secret from her Filipino gangster past with one lucky grandchild. Traversing 50 years of faulty family memories, Seattle-based performer Sara Porkalob presents this timely new musical about what it means to come to America.