Name: Jean Goto
What is your current project?
No Man’s Land
Where are you performing it and why is it the right fit for your piece?
I’m performing it because it expresses so many things that I’m thinking about it my daily life. I also think this piece poses questions about our culture and society that are worth asking.
What’s next for you?
I’m shooting the first episode of a web series I wrote! Log-line: Amelia and Clark- optometrists by day, environmental crime fighters by night!
Who is your biggest inspiration right at this moment and why?
Cheryl Strayed. She is so wise and speaks from the heart.
Website: www. jeangoto.com
I’m a native New Yorker, hapa, actress. I graduated from NYU’s Tisch school of the Arts and The Maggie Flanigan Studio. I became a founding member of The Anthropologists way back in 2008. Currently I’m acting in whatever I can get my hands on and am writing/producing/directing up a storm! I am also a passionate environmentalist.
Show information (venue, dates, ticket info)
NO MAN’S LAND
November 17 – December 11
Thu – Sat at 7:30 pm | Sun at 5pm
No performances November 24 & 25
Tickets: $15 in advance online HERE, $20 at the door
Opening Night Benefit for The People’ Institute for Survival and Beyond.
November 18th – $35.
Click HERE for tickets.
Preview: November 17th – Pay What You Can