Charles Francis Chan Jr.

1967. The auspicious beginnings of a new political identity called Asian American, as a young literary hippie named Frank essays an inscrutable Chinese detective. A harmless sing-song orientalist minstrel show that ENDS IN A GROTESQUE CARNIVAL OF MURDER!!!
Photo Credit: William P. Steele

Photo Credit: William P. Steele

Jeremy's work remixed and satirically  intertwined snippets of historical Charlie Chan film scores with purposefully over-the-top or orientalist sound design tropes to realize the play's metatheatrical film-noir aesthetic. 

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Jeremy Bloom

Brooklyn, NY, USA