Meet Victoria Linchong, one of our speakers for the 24th NATWA convention this year

Join us this April at NATWA’s annual convention! Come and meet Victoria Linchong, Taiwanese American actress, writer, producer and director working in both theater and film. Check out Victoria’s intro on one of her many past projects: Almost Home: Taiwan.

Almost Home: Taiwan – Indiegogo Pitch from Victoria Linchong on Vimeo.

This is the promotional video for her other project, Big Flower Eater, a devised play exploring shamanism in three different Asian cultures – Taiwanese, Hmong, Korean – and by extension the human need for spiritual connection and continuity with the past.

Big Flower Eater from Victoria Linchong on Vimeo.

Victoria Linchong is a Taiwanese-American actress, writer, producer and director working in both theater and film. She founded Direct Arts in 2006 and as the creative force of the company, she curates the monthly reading/screening series Take Two and often directs and acts in the staged readings. She is currently in post-production on ALMOST HOME: TAIWAN, a documentary on Taiwan’s identity and independence.  Victoria studied acting with the legendary Sanford Meisner and at the British American Drama Academy at Oxford University in England. She is also an arts administrator and was Development Assistant at Film Forum and Grants Manager at Theatre for a New Audience.

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2 responses to “Meet Victoria Linchong, one of our speakers for the 24th NATWA convention this year

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