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Intiman Announces 2017 Season Under Co-Curator Sara Porkalob

Once again, Intiman Theatre is trying something new. Since the theater imploded in 2011 and reinvented itself as a summer festivalin 2012, each year brings a little institutional reinvention. The 2017 season includes just two full-scale productions: “Barbecue” by Robert O’Hara (“Bootycandy”), which The New… Continue Reading

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Artists at Play and the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center Share Women’s Stories of Internment and Resilience

(Los Angeles, CA) February 10, 2017 – Chay Yew’s frank drama, Question 27, Question 28 will be presented by Artists at Play and the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center in conjunction with the 75th anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066.… Continue Reading

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Peter Kim, Christine Mok, Erin Quill and Lloyd Suh Set for Asian-American Theater Symposium at Princeton University on February 11

H/t to Lia Chang. Brian Eugenio Herrera will moderate an Asian-American Theater Symposium featuring Peter Kim, Christine Mok, Erin Quill and Lloyd Suh on Saturday, February 11th from 2-6 p.m. in the Marie and Edward Matthews ’53 Acting Studio at 185 Nassau Street… Continue Reading

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Charles Francis Chan Jr.’s Exotic Oriental Murder Mystery at Princeton’s Lewis Center

H/t to Lia Chang: Lewis Center for the Arts Program in Theater presents Charles Francis Chan Jr.’s Exotic Oriental Murder Mystery, Lloyd Suh’s fantasia on Asian America, a satirical play that hilariously challenges racial stereotype and caricature, helmed by Princeton University’s Lecturer in… Continue Reading

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Artists at Play Continues the Conversation of Diversity and Representation through Candid Stories and Fearless New Works

(Los Angeles, CA) Feb. 6, 2017 – Following critical acclaim for the world premiere of The Two Kids That Blow Shit Up, by Carla Ching, Artists at Play (AAP) maintains their growing commitment to developing new works into 2017. As they aim… Continue Reading