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Ted Falagan


  (1972 - )

Nationality:    Japanes/USA
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Literary Agent:    n/a

Debbie, they formed the Fault Line Theatre in San Diego, Ca in the early 1990's in order to showcase the works of playwrights. Since its founding, FLT literally produced 1,000's of plays with Ted personally writing/directing/producing and performing in over 200 of them (and winning 29 audience Choice awards for Best Play along the way). Currently, he and his wife produce short films to showcase their writing, with over thirty and counting showing in festivals and across the web.

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        He Came Out Of the Closet

He Came Out Of the Closet

Jim, your typical Nisei, is enjoying life, hosting a B-movie TV show and partying weekends. But when his younger brother Tony announces he's gay, he and sister Takako have to deal with the fallout from their first-generation father. . .and it doesn't help that the TV station management wants him to dress up like a Pokemon for Halloween!


1st Produced:
Fault Line theatre    2000

Fault Line Productions

1st Published:
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Comedy. - - Gay, theme/character full length

Male:  -            Female:  -            Other:  -

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