"YEAR ZERO" (Colony Theater, 2011)

Written by: Michael Golamco

Directed by David Rose                                                                        Scenic Design by David Potts                                                            Lighting Design by Luke Moyer

Vuthy Vichea is sixteen years old, Cambodian American. He loves hip hop and Dungeons and Dragons. He has thick-ass glasses. He is a weird kid in a place where weirdness can be fatal: Long Beach, California in 2003. And since his best friend moved and his mother died, the only person he can talk to is a human skull he keeps hidden in a cookie jar. Year Zero is a comedic drama about young Cambodian Americansabout reincarnation, reinvention, and ultimately, redemption.

"The costumes by Anthony Tran captured 2003 and the characters very well: Glenn had a more upscale look; Vuthy had the typical D&D style T-shirts; Han was more menacing in gang-ish attire and tattoos; and Ra was a typical college girl."  (Daniel Faigin, Observations Along the Road)

" Anthony Tran’s perfectly chosen costumes complete the design package." (Steven Stanley, StageSceneLA)