TEN REASONS WHY I'D BE A BAD PORN STAR
WRITTEN & PERFORMED BY MAY LEE-YANG
DIRECTED BY KA VANG
In "Ten Reasons Why I’d Be a Bad Porn Star", May Lee-Yang employs comedic storytelling, on-site sex toy demonstrations, and some cultural competency training as she explores marriage, porn, romance novel fantasies, and how to talk about sex in the Hmong culture (a definite no-no).
TEN REASONS WHY I'D BE A BAD PORN STAR was originally developed through and featured at the Illusion Theater's Light's Up Series. It was also featured at the 2011 National Asian American Theater Festival in Los Angeles, CA and the 2011 Minnesota Fringe Festival.