Stop Asian Hate

We are numb and overwhelmed by the recent rise in anti-Asian violence and the horrific murders in Atlanta. Processing our anger, grief and pain, individually and collectively, through shared (virtual) space gave us the opportunity to find healing through our work together. Our thoughts often return to our last mainstage production before the pandemic, The…

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Question 27, Question 28 by Chay Yew with Japanese American National Museum

Question 27, Question 28 by Chay Yew Thursday, January 7, at 2 pm PST Directed by Jully LeeStarring Linda Igarashi, Yumi Iwama, Stepanie T. Keefer, and Helen OtaStage managed by Risa Kurosaki A special abridged version presented by Artists at Play, in partnership with the Japanese American National Museum as part of the 2021 Oshogatsu…

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THE CHINESE LADY – Review by Munson Kwok

This review is reposted courtesy of the CACA Times of Southern California, a bi-monthly publication of the Chinese American Citizens Alliance Los Angeles Lodge. Written by Munson Kwok in September 2019.

Artists at Play Podcast Event: The Chinese Lady

Join us for a conversation about The Chinese Lady by Lloyd Suh, its connection to the history of Chinese in America, and what role the arts play in the interpretation and remembering of that history.

Performances@PAM – ALLOS: The Story of Carlos Bulosan

The USC Pacific Asia Museum is thrilled to host Artists at Play for an evening performance of ALLOS: The Story of Carlos Bulosan written by Giovanni Ortega and directed by Fran de Leon. The cast features Melody Butiu, Reggie Lee, Jason Rogel and Reuben Uy.

It’s Artists at Play’s 10th Season!

Join Artists at Play for a weekend of online events celebrating our 2011 inaugural production, the Los Angeles premiere of Ching Chong Chinaman by Lauren Yee, directed by Peter J. Kuo.

In Support of Black Lives and Social Reform

Creating change within a country, a city, an industry takes more than words. Black lives matter and Artists at Play must take part in the rebuilding of a just, equitable, and inclusive society. But how does AAP fit in with all of this? What can we do? How do we hold ourselves and our community accountable?

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Artists at Play Producing Team

Artists at Play producers in a group photo