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May 15, 2006
Special Screening of Sex in Seattle, Episode 12: My Ultra Quirky Asian American Wedding

Missed Sex in Seattle, Episode 12: My Ultra Quirky Asian American Wedding or just want to relive the magic? Here's your chance to catch up on the last Sex in Seattle episode before seeing our newest installment! Come to the Richard Hugo House on Saturday, June 3 or 10 at 5:00pm for a special DVD showing! Just $6 per ticket!

May 5, 2006
ReAct, SIS Productions and Pork Filled Players Announce the Creation of a New Asian American Arts Center

Open House: Saturday, May 13, 2006 from 4 - 7pm

Seattle's only Multi-ethnic Philanthropic Theatre Company, ReAct, has great news to share - the launching of Prima Vera Arts Center. Located in the Seattle Center area at 112 5th Avenue North, 2nd Floor, the new center will be ReAct's primary rehearsal and meeting space.

ReAct has been prominently featured in the news this year as a result of a series of burglaries during three different productions at three different locations over the past three years. After hearing of ReAct's bad luck and upon seeing ReAct's most recent production of "To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday," Vera & Joey Ing decided it was time to help ReAct turn their luck around. The 2nd Floor of their property across the street from KOMO-TV's Fisher Plaza was available, so the Seattle couple decided to donate the space for ReAct to use.

They are thrilled at the opportunity to create a gathering place for a multi-ethnic company like ReAct, and want to see the space come alive with and being utilized by artists. They adored not only the recent production, but also ReAct's original adaptation of "The Joy Luck Club" a few years ago and are looking forward to ReAct's fall premiere of "Uncle Hideki and the Empty Nest" written by their close friend and local author Jean Davies Okimoto.

Vera Ing serves on the Liquor Control Board and has been involved with many civic organizations such as Seattle Center, Mt. Baker Community Club, International District Improvement Association, International Rotary, and North Seattle Community College Foundation. She has also served on the executive boards of United Way, Asian American Management Association and the University of Washington Women Resource Center. Joey Ing, retired, was the principal architect with Ing & Associates. A few of his projects include the design for the International Children's Park in Seattle's International District and Anthony's at Pier 66.

ReAct will be sharing the space with SIS Productions and Pork Filled Players. All three performing arts companies focus on developing the writing, acting, production and producing skills of local Asian American and multi-cultural talent.

The three groups invite the community to celebrate the opening of the Prima Vera Arts Center, named after the space's benefactor, on Saturday, May 13 from 4 - 7pm. Meet the staff of all three Asian American performing companies, tour the space, and get information on upcoming shows for each group. The event is free and refreshments will be provided.

"It's appropriate that a new space that will serve the Asian American performing arts groups in the area should open during May, which is recognized as Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month," states David Hsieh, Managing Artistic Director of ReAct.

The building is located between 5th Ave N. & Taylor Ave N. just off of Denny Ave N. on the East side of the Seattle Center, right next to Fat City Auto, across the street from KOMO-TV, and down the street from McDonald's. The monorail track runs right in front of the building. The front of the building is painted red and is a small, 2-story store front. The entrance is on the back-side of the building (painted purple with gray trim) on the 2nd floor (above the body building studio).

The Repertory Actors Theatre strives to produce quality theatrical entertainment using primarily multi-ethnic and non-traditional casting, by:
  • Giving theatre artists of all backgrounds and skill-levels the opportunity to work together on mainstream projects that they might not normally have access to due to race, sex, age, or experience.

  • Using our productions to help raise awareness, supplies and financial support for humanitarian and theatre-related charities and organizations.

  • Developing in the general public, an increased appreciation for the dramatic and performing arts.
SIS Productions is a production company that strives to create, develop and produce quality works that involve Asian American women, their themes, and Asian American issues. SIS Productions encourages opportunities and support for Asian American women to be involved in all aspects of the production of artistic endeavors.

The Pork Filed Players is Seattle second oldest sketch comedy group. Since 1997, PFP has been the Northwest's premiere Asian American sketch comedy group, touring from Eugene, Oregon to Vancouver, BC, racking up appearances at the very first two Seattle Sketchfests, Bumbershoot 2004 and SketchOff@%#?!, the first international Asian sketch comedy competition. Over the years, the Players have employed an ever changing cast of characters in their never-ending battle for truth, pursuit of justice and finding out whatever the hell they mean by the American way of life in the 21st Century.

February 26, 2006
Pacific Northwest Magazine Cover Story

Pacific NW Magazine Cover Story

November 19, 2005

Seattle PI Review

International Examiner Review

June 13, 2005

The reviews are in! See what everyone has been saying about Episode 11. Don't miss this episode!

Seattle PI Review

King County Journal Review

TPS Online Review

June 1, 2005

Join us Friday, June 10 between the 8:00pm and the 10:30pm performances for a fun-filled panel discussion on the ins and outs of dating! Ask the questions youíve always wanted to ask! Get tips from local celebrity guest panelists! Mingle with other singles! Win fabulous prizes! Donít miss out on our fun-filled Singles Night! Make your reservations early!

Our featured guest celebrity panelists include sexy star of numerous Sex in Seattle episodes and Seattle's most eligible bachelor - Mr. Kelly Ogilvie and Seattle's most eligible bachelorette former Miss Seattle Chinatown and Miss Chinatown USA - Ms. Pamela Woon (who was also featured in Episode 9 of Sex in Seattle)! Plus recently married Rich Sasaki & Vaughn Tokunaga who actually met via Sex in Seattle!

June 1, 2005

Don't forget that SIS will present a reading of "Sex in Seattle, Episode 3: The Colors of Love" on Saturday, June 18 at 5:00pm at the Richard Hugo House. Tickets are just $8 general admission! Contact us at or 206-323-9443 to make your reservations today!

What: "Sex in Seattle, Episode 3: The Colors of Love"

Created by Kathy Hsieh & Serin Ngai; written by Serin Ngai; directed by Gordon Hendrickson

Date: Saturday, June 18, 2005

Time: 5:00pm

Location: Richard Hugo House, 1634 11th Ave on Capitol Hill

Tickets: $8 general admission; $6 students/seniors/actors

Reservations: Email or call 206-323-9443

Featuring: Matthew Byron Cassi, Audrey Fan, Kathy Hsieh, Serin Ngai, Miko Premo, Richard Sloniker, Eric C. Stevens, Shawn J. West and more!

June 20, 2004
Here's the buzz about "Episode 9" . . .

Joe Adcock of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer said called this episode, "ingenious, weightless fun"


Joe Boling said, "I have seen six of the nine episodes of this series; this one is the best I have seen."


Doug Margeson of the Eastside Journal interviewed creators Kathy Hsieh and Lisa Marie Nakamura. "The approach must work because `Little White Lies' is the ninth episode of the series, making it the longest-running [episodic] show in town."


Plus, there's a rave review in the June 11 Seattle Gay News!

May 20, 2004

See selected scenes from past episodes of "Sex in Seattle"! Town Hall presents "Seattle Follies: Cabaret with a Political Twist" on Thursday, May 20 at 7:30pm and SIS Productions will be a participant.

Other participants include:
John Keister, Emmy-award winning host and ringleader of the comedy television show, "Almost Live" and a regular commentator for KCTS-TV. Alison Narver, artistic director of the Empty Space Theater, directs, and veteran cabaret performer and pianist Robert Jones plays throughout. Seattle city councilwoman and ex-Seattle Times and PI columnist Jean Godden, sports columnist Art Thiel of the Seattle PI, and KUOW's John Moe. Also appearing will be performers from Seattle Shakespeare Company's recent revival of a long-time Seattle favorite - Arne Zaslove's 1950's musical version of "A Midsummer Night's Dream." (Grease meets Shakespeare!)

Downstairs at Town Hall, enter on Seneca Street. Tickets are $15 in advance only at and $18 at the door. Visit for more information.

Come cheer on your favorite "Sex in Seattle" actors and enjoy an evening of pure entertainment!
Playing June 2 - 24, 2006 at the Richard Hugo House.

Sex in Seattle, Episode 13: Risking It All For Love


Artwork by Lori Veres.