February - April 2022

My first post-pandemic play was Tiger Style! at the gorgeous TheatreSquared in Northwest Arkansas! It was delightful to perform this play for my second time. 

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AAPAC won an OBIE!

July, 2020
My advocacy group, The Asian American Performers Action Coalition, received a Special Obie Citation in July 2020 for advocacy in the field of equity, diversity and inclusion, "for their important and necessary contribution to the American theater." Acceptance speech below!
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Craig Noel Awards

Diversionary Theatre's world premiere production of The Hour of Great Mercy has won two Craig Noel Awards by the

San Diego Theatre Critics Circle!


They are for:

  • Outstanding New Play

  • Outstanding Lead Performance in a Play, Andrew Oswald


Congratulations to my HGM family!

Click here to learn more about this production. 

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October - December 2019

Third time was the charm back at Baltimore Center Stage discovering the

Grand Canyon as one of the historical members of the Powell Expedition

in Jaclyn Backhaus' raucous comedy. 

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June - August 2019

I got to spend the summer at the historic Olney Theatre Center in Maryland,

playing multiple roles in Mike Lew's irreverent comedy,

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Washington Post: ‘Tiger Style!’ roars about stereotypes in Mike Lew’s comedy

DC Metro Theater Arts: 'Tiger Style!' at Olney Theatre Center

MD Theatre Guide: ‘Tiger Style!’ at Olney Theatre

Talkin' Broadway: Tiger Style!

DC Theatre Scene: Tiger Style! at Olney Theatre Center

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May - June 2019


It was such a thrill to participate in the ambitious Play On Shakespeare reading series in Henry VI, Part 3, directed by my husband Nelson Eusebio, with a cast of longtime friends and colleagues. 

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UPDATE: on March 9, 2020, beloved translator and dramaturg Doug Langworthy passed away. The theatre community mourns. You may learn more here:

Denver Center for the Performing Arts - Douglas Langworthy: A champion of good plays and goodness

American Theatre - The Quiet Passion of Doug Langworthy


January - March 2019

I made my San Diego theatre debut playing the role of Irma, the elderly Alaskan-town busybody with a big heart, in Miranda Rose Hall's poetic and heartfelt play at Diversionary Theatre