Daily Archive for October 4th, 2011

PIC: Joz & Harry Shum Jr (Mike Chang from GLEE) at the 2011 @EWPlayers Gala // @iharryshum

There are actually two other people in this photo with me and 2011
East West Players Visionary Award Honoree Harry Shum, Jr. But since
I’m mad at one of them right now, I cropped him out of the picture.
(I am also sending him the picture and telling him I’m mad at him,
just in case he doesn’t know it.)

Also, I just noticed that the date stamp on my camera has been wrong
ALL YEAR, maybe longer. All my 2011 photos on my camera were tagged
"2010;" I just fixed it today (10/4/11). Or maybe my camera is a time
machine in disguise?!

Photo of Joz and Harry Shum, Jr. taken at EWP 45th Anniversary Gala
Universal City, CA
5/2/2011. (not 2010)

Due to popular request, this is my signature:  (-_-)  Did someone blink?

From the press release:
East West Players (EWP), the nation’s premier Asian American theatre,
celebrates its 45th Anniversary with its glamorous Visionary Awards
Dinner & Silent Auction, and salutes those who have raised the
visibility of the Asian Pacific American (APA) community through their
artistic excellence and support of the Asian Pacific American
performing arts. The acclaimed fundraising event will take place at
the Hilton Universal City on Monday, May 2, 2011. Proceeds from the
gala will benefit East West Players’ educational and artistic

Harry Shum Jr. can currently be seen as one of the stars of the mega
hit series of the fall 2009 season, “Glee”. Winner of both Golden
Globe and SAG Awards in 2010 and 2011, the show is created and
produced by Ryan Murphy (Nip/Tuck). Harry plays “Mike Chang”, a
football player with dancing abilities that ends up joining the Glee
Club despite the fact that it is social suicide. In addition to his
acting, Harry is starring in and associate producer/co-choreographer
of The LXD (Legion of Extraordinary Dancers) – an online dance
adventure created by director Jon M. Chu (STEP UP 3D). The Breakout
Performance award recognizes someone who, through an outstanding
performance that year, has made a huge impact on the visibility of the
Asian Pacific American community. This year’s honorees include
previously announced Michael Hagiwara and Bank of America.

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