What does it mean to be an American citizen? Political buffs can explore that question in Culver City at the one-man performance by Eric Liu—former Clinton White House speechwriter and author of The Gardens of Democracy and The Accidental Asian. Weaving autobiography, reporting and conversations with ordinary Americans, Liu tells the stories of five different people who learn what it means to be a citizen. He also reflects on the path his parents took in the 1950s from Taiwan to New York City. Provocative questions will be posed, so prepare to chew on the heated query of who deserves to be called an American.