Jamaica Avenue

Jamaica Avenue combines harsh reality with magic. It is about three intertwining and transforming lives: a man, a spirit who comes back as a woman, and a woman who becomes a ghost. Their stories about drug addiction, stealing, hurting, longing, finding, and surviving span fourteen years of love, disappointment, and hope.

Clark Jackson and Anna Wilson in <I>Jamaica Avenue</I>. Photo by Sonoko Kawahara
Clark Jackson and Anna Wilson in Jamaica Avenue. Photo by Sonoko Kawahara
Cast Requirements

1 man (Latino or African-American)
2 women (1 Asian-American and 1 Caucasian)

Publisher

Tokens? The NYC Asian American Experience on Stage
Asian American Writer's Workshop

Press

“A beautiful piece…lyrical work very nicely underscore Miyagawa’s themes of survival and the passage of time.”
In Theater

Press

Production and Development History

Produced: New York International Fringe Festival (1998).