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Trieu Tran in “Uncle Ho to Uncle Sam” at the Douglas.

Photo by Craig Schwartz.

Three Solo Shows in Repertory

Uncle Ho to Uncle Sam

Radar L.A. Festival and DouglasPlus

Sep 17 – Oct 6, 2013

Kirk Douglas Theatre

Uncle Ho to Uncle Sam

Trieu Tran and his family barely escaped Vietnam when he was six years old, but his perilous adventure was only beginning. An attack by pirates, a cold reception for refugees in Saskatchewan, a turbulent home life with an abusive father, poverty, Boston gang life, sexual assault. Uncle Ho…is a fight for survival against insurmountable odds, a story of redemption through education and art and ultimately an overwhelming act of bravery.

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