Welcome to Sacred Fools Theater Company, est. 1997

OFFICE FU
written by Jaime Robledo
directed by Ben Rock

5 Episodes
5/13/06 - 6/24/06

At the office, we need heroes now more than ever.

- Photos & Video -     -Audio-

CAST

Jason Shomer

Ken (Ep. 1)

Gianni Quatrano

Ken (Eps. 2-5)

Gerald McClanahan

Chow (Ep. 1)

Paul Plunkett

Chow (Eps. 2-4)

Mary Guilliams

Mei (Eps. 1-5)

Harrison Snyder

Wang (Ep. 1)
Lee (Eps. 1-
3)
Han (Eps. 4-5)

Wayne Dalglish

Wang (Ep. 2)

Jim Nieb

Lo Pan (Eps. 1-4)

Henry Dittman

Showzen (Eps. 2 & 5)

Taylor Marr

Chen (Ep. 2)
Ninja (Ep. 3)
Kwan
(Ep. 5)

Jaime Andrews

Chin Liu (Ep. 2)

Tom Kiesche

Shih Kien (Eps. 3-4)

Bryan Krasner

Budai (Ep. 3)

Rebecca Larsen

Li Wei (Eps. 3-4)

Amber Krzys

Feng Shui (Eps. 3-4)

Jenelle Riley

Wah Yuen (Ep. 4)

Georgia the Cat

Herself (Ep. 4)

Jaime Robledo, Taylor Marr
& Marc Antonio Pritchett

Ninjas (Ep. 4)

Marc Antonio Pritchett

Sho'Nuff (Ep. 5)

Matthew Garland

Zhong (Ep. 5)

Fight Coordinator - Harrison Snyder

PHOTOS & VIDEO

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From Episode One (5-13-06)

Ken the office temp (Jason Shomer)
dreams of his destiny, fighting Ninjas.

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From Episode One (5-13-06)

Mei (Mary Guilliams) gets down to Wu-Tang Clan on company time...

 
...and is caught by Chow (Gerald McClanahan).

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From Episode One (5-13-06)

Lo Pan (Jim Nieb) teaches Ken many wise things... the
most important of which is, don't fuck with Lo Pan.


Curtain Call for the Episode 1 cast


The Episode 2 staff of White Lotus
Standing: The suddenly-Caucasian Chow (Paul Plunkett)
and Mei (Mary Guilliams).  Sitting, L-R: Wang (Wayne Dalglish),
Lee (Harrison Snyder) and Ken (Gianni Quatrano)

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From Episode Two (5-20-06)

Kung Fu fighting at the office!

BONUS VIDEO:  At curtain call, Wayne Kung Fus
so hard his shoe flies off and hits the ceiling!


Staplers are far deadlier than nunchucks.


HR demon Chin Liu (Jaime Andrews) informs copy girl
Mei what it REALLY means to be a "reproduction specialist."

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From Episode Three (5-27-06)

Don't EVER ask to rub Budai's (Bryan Krasner) belly -
expecially if he's been stuck working in the mail room,
and you just turned him down for a freakin' date.

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From Episode Three (5-27-06)

Lo Pan forces Chow to cut off his own hand.

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From Episode Three (5-27-06)

Meet Shih Kien (Tom Kiesche), Lo Pan's old friend
turned enemy, who wants to buy out White Lotus.
Spectacular live special effects abound!


Shih Kien offers Lo Pan the company of
Li Wei (Rebecca Larsen) and Feng Shui (Amber Krzys)
to try to persuade him to sell the company.  But then
in the next episode they try to kill him and then Lo Pan
takes over their minds and starts to make them strip naked
but then a ninja assassin kills them with poison darts
and then more ninjas come out and start kung fu fighting
with Lo Pan and that's just kind of how this story rolls.


Wah Yuen's (Jenelle Riley) brew needs more cat.
Oh, and there's a big plot point about Ken's power.
What was it?  What was it?  Hmmmmmmmmmmm?
Maybe you should come see the show instead of
expecting me to summarize everything for you, huh?
I dunno, I think I'm spoiling you folks.

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From Episode Four (6-17-06)

A somewhat dramatic scene in which Chow is
granted a new "hand" by Shih Kien is undermined
by the nimble comic timing of a car alarm outside the
theater.  (Chow's eyepatch fell off a bit earlier in the
scene.  It was that kind of night.  Live theater, folks!)


Han (Harrison Snider) arrives to take revenge
on Lo Pan, who disemboweled his brother.
And Han TOTALLY KICKS LO PAN'S ASS.
Dun-Dun-DUNNNNNNN!

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From Episode Six (6-24-06)

Chow, having thrown in with Shih Kien, tries to clear out his desk,
but faces some resistance from Kwan (Taylor Marr, seated).


Han doesn't want self-appointed sidekick Zhong
(Matthew Garland) hanging around, so he
breaks his neck.  Repeatedly.  Until it takes.


It's time for some action.  Some AFFIRMATIVE action.
Marc Antonio Pritchett as Sho'Nuff