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Film Festival Appearances

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Next Direction Media

MR. SUSHI  Short Film

dir. Joshua Sallach

David Shih as MR SUSHI

V I S I T :  Mr. Sushi website

  AWARD WINNING Audiobook

Recently Announced...

Ghosts of Gold Mountain

  by Gordon H. Chang

Highbridge

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From across the sea, they came by the thousands, escaping war and poverty in southern China to seek their fortunes in America. Converging on the enormous western worksite of the Transcontinental Railroad, the migrants spent years dynamiting tunnels through the snow-packed cliffs of the Sierra Nevada and laying tracks across the burning Utah desert. Their sweat and blood fueled the ascent of an interlinked, industrial United States. But those of them who survived this perilous effort would suffer a different kind of death - a historical one, as they were pushed first to the margins of American life and then to the fringes of public memory. 

A groundbreaking, breathtaking history

of the Chinese workers who built the Transcontinental Railroad

Adapted & Directed by Stephen Brown-Fried


Cast: Rajesh Bose, Ron Domingo, John D. Haggerty, Wai Ching Ho, David Huynh, Michelangelo Hyeon, Anna Ishida, Paul Juhn , Vanessa Kai, Mahira Kakkar, Mia Katigbak, Jon Norman Schneider, James Seol, David Shih, Sophia Skiles, and Kim Wong

National Asian American Theatre Company

Henry VI: Shakespeare's Trilogy in Two Parts

  2019 Drama Desk Awards

Award Nomination...

   Off-Broadway Theater

June 8 - July 6, 2019

Next Door @ NYTW

79 East 4th Street, NYC

  for more info: Visit: NAATCO website

National Asian American Theatre Company

[veil widow conspiracy]

by Gordon Dahlquist

Directed by Aneesha Kudtarkar 


With: Kimiye Corwin, Edward Chin-Lyn, Bruce McKenzie, James Seol,

David Shih, Karoline Xu, Aaron Yoo

R E A D :  AudioFile REVIEW

Showtime

CITY ON A HILL episode 106

dir. Metin Hüseyin

David Shih as Manny Chung

Aldis Hodge as DeCourcy Ward

Jere Shea as Hank Signa

   Public Reading

Recent Theater Appearances...

New York Stage and Film 

The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin

by Jessica Huang

Directed by Kip Fagan 

With: Kim Blanck, Caroline Hewitt, David Shih, Kaipo Schwab,  Ricardo Vazquez, Jeena Yi

July 20, 2019

New York Stage and Film

Powerhouse 2019

Vassar College, Poughkeepsie NY

  for more info: Visit: NYSAF website

  RECENT Television Appearance

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Showtime

BILLIONS episodes 408, 411, 412

dir. Colin Bucksey, Matthew McLoota

David Shih as Zhang Lei

Maggie Siff as Wendy Rhodes

Cry Pilot

  by Joel Dane

  Penguin Random House

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There's only one way for a man with Maseo Kaytu's secrets to join the military: by volunteering for a suicide mission as a "cry pilot". He cheats the system to survive, but you can't fake basic training. Assigned to a squad of misfits, Kaytu learns how to fight, how to obey, and how to trust. Yet the more he bonds with his fellow recruits, the more he risks exposure of his criminal past.


Keeping his secret is about to become the least of his problems. Kaytu discovers that his platoon is being deployed against a new kind of rogue bio-weapon. One that has torn apart every military force it's ever faced....

A devastated Earth. Rogue bio-weapons. And a recruit with secrets. In this explosive new military science fiction novel, a tight-knit infantry squad is thrown into battle against a mysterious enemy that appears without warning and strikes without mercy.

  NEW Audiobook Releases

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Under the Midnight Sun

  by Keigo Higashino

  Tantor Audio

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In Osaka in 1973, the body of a murdered man is found in an abandoned building. Investigating the crime, Detective Sasagaki is unable to find the killer. Over the next twenty years, through the lens of a succession of characters, Higashino tells the story of two teens, Ryo and Yukiho, whose lives are most affected by the crime, and the obsessed detective, Sasagaki, who continues to investigate the murder, looking for the elusive truth.


Under the Midnight Sun is a complex, psychological novel about crime and its after-effects by one of the most read and most accomplished contemporary mystery authors. A twisting, compelling work that will astonish and delight fans both old and new alike.

The compelling story of a brutal crime and the two teenagers‚ Ryo, the son of the murdered man, and Yukiho, the daughter of the main suspect‚Äîwhose lives remain inextricably linked over the twenty-year search for the truth behind the crime.

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This tenth anniversary edition of the beloved classic features ten new stories written by Dr. Robbins that help listeners gain deeper insight into the role our brains play in shaping our thoughts and actions, and what we can do to be more curious and open-minded in our diverse world.


Based on his study of the fields of behavioral science and cognitive neuroscience, Robbins explores unconscious bias in many of its forms, including availability bias, confirmation bias, anchoring bias, and others. With his signature humor, these weighty but important topics are addressed with great insight, care, and humility. The result is an unpretentious guide for individuals and organizations that will help break down defenses and shine a helpful light on human behavior in a world filled with differences.

From incomparable storyteller and beloved diversity and inclusion expert, Steve L. Robbins, comes the tenth anniversary edition of his classic book, What If?, used by scores of companies globally for diversity training.

  Limited Run thru Oct 27th Only

Now Playing...

Sept 12 - Oct 27, 2019

Berkeley Repertory Theatre

2025 Addison St., Berkeley CA

  for more info: Visit: Berkeley Rep website

Berkeley Reperory Theatre

The Great Wave

by Francis Turnly

Directed by Mark Wing-Davey  

With: Julian Cihi, Yurié Collins, Stephen Hu, Cindy Im, Paul Juhn, Jo Mei, Paul Nakauchi, Grace Chan Ng, Sharon Omi, and David Shih