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Kilroy Recommended Hansol Jung Premieres Her First Play

Playwright Hansol Jung is racking up the miles. Her play No More Sad Things is currently receiving simultaneous productions in Chicago and Boise, Idaho—and she’s frequently in Kentucky for production meetings for her play Cardboard Piano at Actors Theatre of Louisville…. http://www.americantheatre.org/2015/11/24/no-more-sad-things-a-tender-if-impossible-wish/

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Sandra Oh Heads Up World Premiere for Julia Cho Play

H/t to Lia Chang…. Stage, film and television actor Sandra Oh will lead the cast of South Coast Repertory’s world premiere of Office Hour, a commissioned work from Julia Cho, April 10-May 1, 2016. https://liachang.wordpress.com/2015/11/23/sandra-oh-leads-cast-of-south-coast-repertorys-world-premiere-of-julia-chos-office-hour-april-10-may-1/

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UPDATED: Author Blocks Brownface on College Production of JESUS IN INDIA

Clarion University canceled its production of Jesus in India after playwright Lloyd Suh voiced concerns over white actors being cast in roles written for actors of South Asian descent. http://www.playbill.com/news/article/university-cancels-production-of-jesus-in-india-after-playwright-voices-concern-over-casting-of-white-actors-371401   Updated: Lloyd Suh releases a statement contained in Howard Sherman’s blog… Continue Reading

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East West Players Re-Opens “Chinglish” With a Revised Ending  by Tony Award-winning Playwright David Henry Hwang for  Limited 2-week Engagement starting December 3

East West Players (EWP), the nation’s longest-running professional theatre of color in the country and the largest producing organization of Asian American artistic work, re-opens the hugely popular production “Chinglish” with a revised ending by Tony Award-winning playwright David Henry… Continue Reading