Artists at Play Readings
Question 27, Questions 28
by Chay Yew
directed by Alison De La Cruz
Sunday, February 26, 2017

Question 27, Questions 28 will be presented by AAP and the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center in conjunction with the 75th anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066, which led to the unjust internment of 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans during World War II. The play is a collection of interviews and transcripts recounting the stories of actual women who lived through the removal of Japanese Americans, their internment and the painful aftermath. 
tot: The Untold, Yet Spectacular Story of (a filipino) Hulk Hogan
by Victor Maog
directed by Rodney To
May 18, 13, 18, 2017
In partnership with the Los Angeles Public Library’s L.A. Made series, AAP will present tot in multiple staged readings across Los Angeles. tot follows an immigrant boy as he travels from the Ferdinand Marcos-ruled Philippines to the San Francisco Bay Area to meet his long lost parents. He journeys from a country full of strife and military rule only to find himself in his lonely American bedroom conjuring up pro wrestling fantasies to escape his new life. Learn more.

Artists at Play Readings
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Seminar
by Theresa Rebeck
directed by Tim Dang
Saturday, July 1, 2016
To Be Announced
Artists at Play annual Summer Salon fundraiser is an opportunity to incorporate diverse casting for a popular play or musical that does not require but is consistently cast with all white actors. This special presentation of Seminar by Theresa Rebeck features an exciting cast: Julia Cho (“This Is Us”), Ewan Chung (EWP’s Chinglish), C.S. Lee (“Dexter”), Tess Paras (“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”) and Vincent Rodriguez III (“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”).
Artists at Play Summer Salons

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