What were the experiences of Japanese American women during the World War II concentration camps? How did they keep hope alive for themselves, their families and community? Question 27, Question 28 uses real interviews and testimonials to tell their stories of hardship, determination and community. This presentation is an abridged version of the original, which … Continue reading Theatre for Young Audiences Resources – Question 27, Question 28
Theatre for Young Audiences Resources – ALLOS: The Story of Carlos Bulosan
Like so many immigrants seeking a better life, Carlos Bulosan followed his brothers from the Philippines to Seattle. He lived and worked across California, taking whatever jobs he could to survive, finding his voice in writing and fighting for workers’ rights along the way. ALLOS tells the story of his struggles in the United States, … Continue reading Theatre for Young Audiences Resources – ALLOS: The Story of Carlos Bulosan
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 … Continue reading Question 27, Question 28 by Chay Yew with Japanese American National Museum
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.