Michael Chih Ming Hornbuckle
Michael Chih Ming Hornbuckle, one of the group’s founding members, is a late bloomer in theater. He became involved in the performing arts after receiving his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and, as an undeclared graduate student, went through San Francisco State University’s entire Theater Arts acting program in three years. His diverse acting resume includes the role of “Jeff” in Philip Kan Gotanda’s Day Standing on its Head, the role of “Tzi Ma” in Rainbow Theater’s production of David Henry Hwang’s The Dance and the Railroad, and Asian American Theater Company’s world premiere of Harold S. Byun’s The Butcher’s Burden. He’s served behind the scenes as Production Manager for Rainbow Theater and Asian American Theater Company, and he is now firmly ensconced with the 18 Mighty Mountain Warriors as a performer, writer and administrator.
He moved to Los Angeles in August 2005 to either become a raging success or a smashing failure.
He can be reached at email@example.com.