Consortium of Asian American Theaters and Artists Presents Theatrical Intimacy Education’s INTIMACY BEST PRACTICES Ethical. Efficient. Effective. A workshop on best practices for intimacy choreography on stage. FREE for CAATA members. This is an AAPI-affinity space. Non-member theatre artists of AAPI descent may apply for waived tuition by emailing [email protected], requesting a waiver. The workshop […]Read More
ConFest Hawaii 2022 to be presented as a hybrid convening with both a virtual presentation series and a limited, invitation-only, in-person gathering in Honolulu. The 7th National Asian American Theater Festival & Conference (ConFest): Kuʻu ʻĀina, Kuʻu Piko, Kuʻu Kahua is now a mere nine months away; mahalo for your continued patience in receiving updates! […]Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: [email protected] (September 22, 2021) — Today, National BIPOC/BITOC Coalition/Commons, housed at the Consortium of Asian American Theaters and Artists (CAATA), announces the release of survey research on the Impact of COVID-19 Closures on Black, Indigenous, and People of Color Theatre Practitioners (BIPOC) and Black, Indigenous Theatres of Color (BITOC). […]Read More
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