Re-tooling a play by giving it an interesting cultural twist can put a new spin on it—especially when it’s a work everybody’s familiar with. Take On Golden Pond, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture two decades ago. The comedy originated as an off-Broadway play written by Ernest Thompson. In it, a retired couple is visited by their divorced daughter, who shows up with boyfriend and son in tow. The Sacramento-based Interactive Asian Contemporary Theatre’s version of On Golden Pond features a Hmong family, and director Dennis Yep consulted with the Hmong community to make sure the adaptation goes deeper than a mere surface change. Showing 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 3 p.m. matinée Sunday, at the Broadway Playhouse, 4010 El Camino Ave., through Jan. 28. General admission $12; seniors (62+) and kids under 13, $10. Information 452-6174.