Zombie Asian Moms
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Zombie Asian Moms

Zombie Asian Moms NYC Reviews and Tickets

(24 Reviews)
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Funny, Entertaining, Quirky, Clever, Edgy

About the Show

Join iconic Amerasian duo Slanty Eyed Mama for a mashup of comedy, electric violin, punk rock spoken word and video exploring the haunting lore of Asian Mom-ness. 

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148 Reviews | 99 Followers
Solo show + violinist, Mash-up & multi-media, Tries hard to be funny about growing up asian, Needs work, Sweetheart audience of mostly, yes, asian moms!

See it if you're an Asian Mom or raised by an Asian Mom; you're dating someone who has an Asian Mom; you're a Kate Rigg fan; you like ethnic humor

Don't see it if you can't relate to Asian culture; you prefer a bigger show; you like comedians who are super funny Read more

62 Reviews | 8 Followers
Absorbing, Edgy

See it if A work in progress...a perspective of Asian women on their mom’s attitudes towards adapting to the u.s.

Don't see it if You are not interested in raw material that needs development.

Critic Reviews (2)

Exeunt Magazine
December 3rd, 2018

"Rigg never misses a beat when she switches back from herself to her mother. Hung produces wonders from her electric violin...The production would sharpen if a majority of the images felt better timed to the comedy...We’re in the age of 'Crazy Rich Asians' where Asians American artists are starting their journey to saturate the mainstream, smash stereotypes, conquer erasure, and reaffirm cultural identity. 'Zombie Asian Moms' dutifully and rebellious checks off these goals."
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December 4th, 2018

“Biting, heartfelt, and hilarious, ‘Zombie Asian Moms’ offers a marvelously enjoyable evening of experimental theater...Consistently funny and increasingly moving...’Zombie Asian Moms’ makes clear an appreciation of its eponymous parents without discounting the hurt that they sometimes cause(d) their children or the (inter)cultural factors that impacted these dynamics. The result is simultaneously thought-provoking, poignant, and wildly entertaining."
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