For a more detailed overview of Tom X. Chao's work, please see his Wikipedia page that was created in October 2015.

Tom X. Chao
has written, directed, produced and performed original theater pieces for over 10 years. His works include:
The Negative Energy Field
Can't Get Started | 2000, revived 2006
Cats Can See The Devil | 2003
Freak Out Under the Apple Tree | 2005
Callous Cad | 2009, revived 2011
Audio: The Peculiar Utterance of the Day podcast

The previous incarnation of this website is still available here.

Please hire Tom as an editor, indexer, researcher, or maker of bibliographies for psychology textbooks.

Web journal entries

"The Only Record" 4-song EP is now available on the iTunes Store. Please visit this link to preview, purchase, review, or give as a gift. (Will open in your iTunes Store inside iTunes.) It should be available in the US and Canada. Price: $0.99 per song, or $3.96 for all four.

Songs include:
1 The People We Know
2 Now (Atmospheric Conditions)
3 Debster-mania
4 Closing Theme

You may also get the four songs on eMusic, and Rhapsody.

Update 2/27/2009.  See the Tom X. Chao music page on Facebook for audio samples!

New website launched/old website archived!

UPDATE 12/16/2008: Road Runner forced migration of personal home pages to a new system, so the old TXC Information Centre site is now at http://home.roadrunner.com/~txc/

The tomxchao.com domain will now direct to this blog page, the TXC Information Centre v3.0. The old "handmade" site will still be available at http://home.nyc.rr.com/txc/ for archival purposes. Hopefully this new blog-style website will make updating easier, and allow for a one-stop hub linking to all of Tom's online content. Please feel free to leave your comments regarding the new look.

"How to Invoke Pan," in Hunter-Gatheress Journal.

The humorous essay, "How to Invoke Pan," by Craig Heimbichner and Tom X. Chao appeared in Hunter-Gatheress Journal. Published March 14, 2008.

Available through Amazon.

Previously published in The New Yinzer (Pittsburgh, PA).

Also performed live by Tom X. Chao at the Brick Theater's Hell Festival (2004) and elsewhere in Manhattan.
Just testing options to completely revamp my website, tomxchao.com.

Twitter: tomxchao



Tom X. Chao Musician Page