Vietgone

Posted on Sep 24, 2018 in #coloradoasian, Arts & Culture, Refugees, Theatre, Vietnam | 0 comments

NOW SHOWING AT RICKETSON THEATER IN
DENVER thru’ Sept. 30th

Bubbling with infectious energy, this rap-spitting, pop culture-crusted dramedy is an ode to the real-life courtship of Playwright Qui Nguyen’s parents. Forced to leave their country during the height of the Vietnam War, two refugees find themselves at an Arkansas relocation camp.

Please use this link:  https://www.denvercenter.org/vietgone
https://www.denvercenter.org/plan-your-visit/theatres-seating/the-ricketson-theatre

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Support Dragon 5280:  Close out the all Asian cast production of Vietgone at the Denver Center of Performing Arts! This is a powerful love and adventure story that you shouldn’t miss! Vietgone is written by Vietnamese playwright Qui Nguyen, who was inspired by the meeting of his parents who came to America as war refugees. You’ll see the characters’ experiences of immigration, the Vietnam War, eating burritos for the first time, encountering hippies, biker gangs, ninjas, and more!

When you purchase tickets for this show, $5 will go to Dragon 5280, the organization that runs the Colorado Dragon Boat and Dragon Film Festival! Special ticket pricing available in limited quantities!

Special price ticket link:  https://goo.gl/1B3vR1 | Promo code: DRAGON
Enter promo code and choose from light blue seats in rows A-C.