GOING GREEN THE WONG WAY
Tuesday, October 2, 2012, 7:30PM
Humanities Auditorium, Scripps College, Claremont CA 91711
(NOTE VENUE CHANGE DUE TO EQUIPMENT FAILURE )
Kristina Wong’s GOING GREEN THE WONG WAY is a theatrical show about the culture and challenges of pursuing green living in Los Angeles. Through her incisive use of humor, Wong recounts in GOING GREEN THE WONG WAY the adventures of her life-long attempt at sustainable living and the challenges & triumphs of being eco-friendly.
“Writer-performer-comic Kristina Wong riffs on her beloved green movement in her solo satire Going Green the Wong Way, … Her gallery of stereotypes, from the stoner who sold her a 25-year-old car adapted to burn vegetable oil, to herself as an 11-year-old performance artist confronting her audience on the glory of green at Herbert Hoover Elementary in San Francisco, aims to ensnare the nuttiness of bucking the system while maintaining the higher calling to buck the system.” (LA WEEKLY, 07/12)
LA WEEKLY description
Co-sponsored by: Intercollegiate Department of Asian American Studies (IDAAS), Pomona College Dean of Students Office, Asian American Resource Center, Environmental Analysis Program