5 Reasons to Support 99 Histories, Artists at Play’s 2014 Productionby Marie-Reine Velez 1. Great work from local artists.Artistic work is not volunteer work! Artists are writers, directors, designers, builders, actors, etc. and we value the work they do for our productions. Your support for [99 Histories] translates to support for local artists. If you prefer to shop at the … Continue reading "Spare some change? Help make Artists at Play’s next show happen!"
Enter the World of Alice Tuan’s Iggy Woo and the New Wave of Asian American Plays
by Alice TuanWhen I wrote Iggy Woo back in 2002, I was pretty sick of the usual Asian-American themes—alienation, immigration, cultural misunderstanding, historical injustice, cute foods, perpetual becoming—yes of course, that’s part of the experience, but what about the Asiatics who have been in the U.S., shop in malls, smoke cigarettes, are addicted to sugar … Continue reading Enter the World of Alice Tuan’s Iggy Woo and the New Wave of Asian American Plays
Gratitude and Giving
Artists at Play had an amazing year because of you. Thank you for purchasing tickets, making financial contributions, volunteering hours, and giving us words of encouragement and votes of confidence, all of which propelled us through a successful 2012.Our presentation of the Los Angeles premiere of Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them by A. Rey Pamatmat raised … Continue reading Gratitude and Giving