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- Tue May 28 1:00 PM
Representation and visibility are big concerns for Asian American theater artists around the country. This convening is intended to take stock of the challenges faced by Asian American theater artists in the Puget Sound region, and to consider short- and long-termed actions that might address them. While the convening is directly aimed at bringing together Asian American artists, we encourage theater practitioners from every background to come and participate in envisioning an American Theater that makes space for us all.
A convening organized by Ralph Pena (Artistic Director, Ma-Yi Theater, NYC, and Mellon Creative Research Fellow at UW Meany Center for the Performing Arts)
With special guests:
Desdemona Chiang (Director)
Kathy Hsieh (Theatre Artist/SIS Productions)
Rosa Joshi (Director, Producer, Educator)
Sara Porkalob (Artist Activist, Creator of the DRAGON CYCLE)
Amrita Ramanan (Director of Literary Development and Dramaturgy, Oregon Shakespeare Festival)
Art Rotch (Artistic Director, Perseverance Theater)
Roger Tang (Secretary, Consortium of Asian American Theaters and Artists (CAATA), and Executive Director, Pork Filled Productions)
Jennifer Zeyl (Artistic Director, Intiman Theatre)
EVENT IS FREE BUT RSVP IS REQUESTED.
Event is 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.