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Oct

10

Sat

 

CATS proudly presents

 

An Evening with
Jason Lee

and The Jubilee Project

 

If a video of a cat riding a Roomba vacuum can get millions of YouTube hits,

why can’t videos with a greater purpose go viral too?

 

Turns out, they can. And they do.

 

After the Haiti earthquake in January 2010, Jason Lee and some friends

set out busking in a New York City subway station to raise money for Haiti.

That day they fell $30 short of their goal, but when they posted a video about their efforts online, they ended up raising over $700 for Haiti earthquake relief!

 

Thus began the Jubilee Project.

 

The mission of the Jubilee Project is creating innovative films that benefit worthy causes by raising awareness, raising funds, or multiplying random acts of kindness. Each video is designed to be so compelling—moving, surprising, riveting—it becomes contagious, and inspires others to make their own viral videos with a purpose.

 

The results are nothing less than astounding.  Sample some of Jubilee Project’s works and see if you aren’t inspired to act and maybe even make a video of your own. 

 

CATS invites you to meet filmmaker and founder of Jubilee Project, Jason Lee.

He will offer insights into the Project, its groundbreaking films, goals, and community outreach—including its partner organizations and its fellowship program for aspiring filmmakers.

 

When:

Satuday October 10, 8pm

 

Where:

De Anza College - Visual & Performing Arts Center
21250 Stevens Creek Boulevard

Cupertino

 

Tickets:
http://jubileeproject.brownpapertickets.com

 

General $20 advanced, $25 at the door

Student $15 advanced, $20 at the door

VIP $35, $40 at the door

includes special seating plus pre-show Meet & Greet with Jason (6:30pm - 7:30pm) 



 

 

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"If you could change anything about your body, what would you change?"

Watch the Jubilee Project's short film "Comfortable"

 

 

EVENT CANCELLED

due to lack of demand

 

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© 2014   CONTEMPORARY ASIAN THEATER SCENE   catstheater@gmail.com   565 North 5th Street   San Jose, California 95112

CATS Board with Sandra Tsing Loh
CATS Board Members Reiko and Neil
Acclaimed playwright David Henry Hwang.- updated Flower Drum Song.  Cats was a sponsor for the opening night post reception
CATS sponsors Japanese Shamisen Clinic

CONTEMPORARY ASIAN THEATER SCENE