Emil Amok: American Filipino StoryShow and Workshop at FANHS NATIONAL MUSEUM
Emil Amok, the pseudonym of journalist Emil Guillermo, takes his writing to the stage in a spoken-work, storytelling, tour-de-force, as he comments on history, the news, and life as an American-born Filipino, starting with his father who came to America in 1928. Did you know that before there was Islamophobia, there was Filipinophobia? It wasn't about religion, it was all about the sex.
FANHS Museum 337 E. Weber Ave. Sept. 30, Sunday at 2pm.
Suggested donation is $10 dollars.
See why critics are saying:
Stand-up, monologue, rant?.Enjoy trying to keep pace with Guillermos brilliant mind Funny, poignant.--- Orlando Weekly.
Keeps audience engaged. -- Orlando Sentinel
Charismatic...Guillermos life is one worth exploring. -- DC Metro Theater Arts
Excellent...Emil Guillermo knows how to tell a story and that ability sets Amok Monologues above other solo shows. -- San Diego Story
Sunday afternoon, Sept. 30, 2pm atthe FANHS Museum in Stockton.
Come see Emil do his solo show and give a workshop on how to tell your own story.
For more, go to http://www.amok.com
Filipino American National Historical Society's National Museum
337 E. Weber Ave.
Stockton, CA 95202
|Minimum Age: 14|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|