"'There’s this beautiful blend of humor and heart [in Cowboy Versus Samura],' says Kuo. 'And it’s relatable because it has so much to do with insecurities. It really examines that and asks why do [insecurities] hinder your relationships with other people?'
With directing now his primary focus, Kuo traveled to Wyoming the week before rehearsals to briefly experience the small-town landscape of a burg similar to the play’s fictional Breakneck. He felt it was important to not only understand the location as a physical space but also talk to locals and understand the lifestyle of a community so far removed from Los Angeles..."
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