At a Glance:Prince Gomolvilas has been a Project Contributor since October 2008, has written 83 entries and currently lives in Los Angeles, California.
Prince Gomolvilas has been accused of narcissism, solipsism, and circumcision, and he is proud to admit that at least two of those accusations are true. His plays include BIG HUNK O' BURNIN' LOVE (East West Players, Los Angeles, 1998), THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING (Singapore Repertory Theatre, Singapore, 2000), and the stage adaptation of the Scott Heim novel, MYSTERIOUS SKIN (New Conservatory Theatre Center, San Francisco, 2003), which have been produced around United States, in the U.K., and in Singapore. He received the PEN Center USA Literary Award for Drama; East West Players' Made in America Award for Outstanding Artistic Achievement for the Asian Pacific Islander Community; a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts; and a screenwriting fellowship from The Chesterfield Writer's Film Project, a program sponsored by Paramount Pictures. He writes an arts and entertainment blog, BAMBOO NATION, and he tours around the country with musician Brandon Patton as part of the storytelling, song-singing, bingo-playing duo, JUKEBOX STORIES. He teaches in the Master of Professional Writing Program at the University of Southern California and in the David Henry Hwang Writers Institute at East West Players. www.princegomolvilas.com
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In the following video, I tell a story about my fight with video games and my video games with fighting. Sound mysterious and perhaps inscrutable? Well, of course it is! Read More
If this video of my cat Pork Chop and I walking for kisses can bring joy to the masses, who am I to deny them that pleasure? Read More
In this delightfully vulgar game of verbal gay chicken, Superbad's McLovin' and James Franco's younger brother go head to head in a battle of wills. Not safe for work.Read More
Since I have somehow become the default blogger of posts about men's underwear, I thought I would try to regain some credibility around these parts by going in the opposite direction.Read More
For those of you who are tired of "Sassy Gay Friend," "Randall's Wild Wild World of Animals" should keep you sufficiently occupied and laughing.Read More