Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Video Blog #5 - Spotlight San Diego!

Hi everyone! New Video Blog posted. For more information about Sponsoring this production, and the marketing and visibility we can offer your company, CLICK HERE!

Or contact DENNIS MICHAEL BOUSSARD (Associate Producer) -

DENNIS-MICHAEL BROUSSARD (Associate Producer/Silk Road Productions) a New Orleans transplant, Dennis Michael founded Silk Road Productions to create exciting and dynamic events with elegance, attitude, and style. He has created a multitude of acclaimed special events and fundraisers for numerous nonprofit organizations. Earned his MBA from the University of San Diego and a Master of Pacific International Affairs from the IR/PS program at UCSD.
He was given the Asian Business Association Community Service Award, and has received several City of San Diego Special Commendation for Community Service Awards, California Legislature Assembly Recognitions for Community Service, and Congressional Recognition for Community Service Awards. He was also chosen as one of the COX Communications Asian Pacific American Heritage Outstanding Individuals and one of SDNN's Eight Great Young Asian-Pacific American Community Leaders.

ANDY LOWE (Executive Producer/Director/Stage Adaptation) was a winner of the California Young Playwrights Contest in 1994, where his play The Cultural Hyphen was praised and endorsed by playwrights David Henry Hwang and Edward Albee.
In 1995, he Co-founded the San Diego Asian American Repertory Theatre where he was the company's Producing Artistic Director. For ten years ('95-'05) he brought life to over thirty-five full stage productions, and countless staged readings. In 2001 Andy helped inaugurate San Diego's first Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month Festival ('01-'03). For his work he received an official mayoral commendation, and was recognized as one of the "Top 30 most influential Asian Americans Under the age of 30" (Political Circus Magazine '01).
After receiving a grant from the California Civil Liberties Public Education Program through the California State Library, Andy, with the Asian Story Theatre, developed Dear Miss Breed(’07) at the Lyceum Theatre, based on the award winning book by Joanne Oppenheim. Andy is currently employed with the La Jolla Playhouse where he serves as the Theatre in Residence Program Coordinator, and continues to independently develop theatrical projects through his own Chinese Pirate Productions brand.
(Directing credits include; Trying to find Chinatown ('98), Cleveland Raining ('99), F.O.B ('01), The Goddess Of Flowers ('02), Fentor ('03), Dear Miss Breed ('07), UCSD AATF 3, 4, 5 ('08-'10), Letters to a Student Revolutionary ('10), This Girl I Used to Know ('10). Dr.Horrible's Sing Along Blog -LIVE- will be Andy's first NON Asian American Production in 20 years...

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