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American director to release thriller play in Ho Chi Minh City next week

Friday, February 13, 2015, 18:13 GMT+7
American director to release thriller play in Ho Chi Minh City next week

An American who has called Ho Chi Minh City home over the past 11 years is poised to debut his purely Vietnamese thrilling play for the upcoming Tet (Lunar New Year) festival.

Aaron Toronto, 38, who has served as the deputy director for several local blockbusters and co-directed some classic foreign plays, will introduce his new play with a purely Vietnamese storyline, The Thao va Van Hoa (Sports and Culture) newswire, an affiliate of the Vietnam News Agency, reported Thursday.

The play, titled “Canh Mau” (Bloody Soup), will be staged at Kich Sai Gon Stage, at 59 Pasteur in District 1, starting Monday next week, or three days from Tet.

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