Upcoming

Due to COVID-19, Jasmine Orpilla’s upcoming performances and live events will be updated soon.

• June 2021 – Fall 2021 In Asher Hartman’s film “BALANCE” coinciding with his epic THE DOPE ELF. The Lab (San Francisco) is pleased to announce the next phase of a commission by Los Angeles playwright Asher Hartman and Gawdafful National Theater. THE DOPE ELF is a tragic-comic saga of the lives of American otherworldly-everyday people whose souls have been deformed by the legacies of white supremacy. Meaninglessness, dissociation, unsatisfied lusting for power, partial orgasms and quarantine blah underscore this serial jaunt through white power’s psychic legacy.
Initially a six-hour play and live-in theatrical project scheduled to premiere at The Lab in April 2020, during lockdown THE DOPE ELF was reimagined as a quarantine serial drama in the form of six short films viewable now (with closed captioning available) free of charge on The Lab’s website https://www.thelab.org/asher-hartman-the-dope-elf, along with Asher’s introductory essay. Please join members of the cast and creative team on Tuesday evening, June 15, at 5pm Pacific, for a Zoom conversation, part of The Lab’s ongoing Forum series, an experiment in creating discourse within the context of isolation. The latest, upcoming live performance of The Dope Elf is anticipated for Fall 2021.

Jasmine Orpilla as ‘CHET’ in Asher Hartman’s film “BALANCE” 2020. Photo credit: Ian Byers-Gamble.

March 2021, completing AIR with Ghostlight Residency. Jasmine Orpilla’s new work continuing the Ay-Ayam installation series:

Photo from ‘Failure of Grace’ by Jasmine Orpilla, 2021

•STAY TUNED for details: Performance with Ligia Lewis for Made in L.A. 2020, HAMMER MUSEUM. https://hammer.ucla.edu/exhibitions/2020/made-la-2020-version

February 2021 Screening event: https://hammer.ucla.edu/programs-events/2021/deader-dead-ligia-lewis-mlondi-zondi

•In collaboration with East West Players, resuming the original role of Rogue Artist’s Kaidan Project lead KANA, now voiced in immersive AR format: https://www.kaidanproject.com/

• “Time, Space, Money” Artist In Residency at Human Resources LA 2020, with new upcoming performance work/s to debut in multimedia formats in 2021. https://www.h-r.la/event/residents/


Scene from KAPRE by Jasmine Orpilla, as part of the HRLA residency for her latest Ilokano performance work based on her family’s wartime archives.
Photo credit: King&Cub
Jasmine Orpilla, in residency HRLA for her latest Ilokano performance work based on her family’s wartime archives.
Photo credit: King&Cub