Madame Ho at Cameron House

Madame Ho, by Eugenie Chan
Free Community Performances in Chinatown

Donaldina Cameron House
920 Sacramento Street
San Francisco CA 94108

October 28, 2017, 5pm Sold Out
October 29, 2017, 1pm Sold Out
October 29, 2017, 7pm Sold Out
​​Cameron House began in 1847 as the Occidental Mission Home for Girls, to help exploited Chinese immigrant women sold into prostitution. In 1942, it was renamed to honor Donaldina Cameron, a young Presbyterian woman who along with founder Margaret Culbertson helped educate and house vulnerable women in the 1890’s. It is likely that playwright Eugenie Chan’s great-grandmother, being a madam, had to confront the zeal of Miss Cameron. History comes full circle with this production of Madame Ho.

Performed by Bonnie Akimoto, Rinabeth Apostol, Lily Tung Crystal, Lisa Hori-Garcia, Christine Jamlig, Keiko Shimosato Carreiro, Mimu Tsujimura, and er-hu musician Alan Yip

Creative Team
Jessica Heidt, director
​Byron Au Yong, song composer
Allen Willner, lighting
Randy Wong-Westbrooke, sets
Keiko Shimosato Carreiro, costumes
Hector Zavala, props
Sara Sparks, stage manager
Leanna Keyes, production manager
Lisa Tsubouchi, community outreach