Around 100 performances will be digitized and made available to the public – Seattle’s Northwest Asian American Theatre was one of a small handful of national theaters dedicated to exploring the Asian American experience Moving Image Preservation of Puget Sound (MIPoPS) and the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience have begun work […]Read More
After a landmark 2018 with a national conference and festival in Chicago, the launch of a new
membership program, and a coalition building effort with other national theaters of color, CAATA moves
into 2019 with a new slate of executive officers and eyes towards an exciting, yet-to-be announced
By Melissa Slaughter In 2007, my college did a production of the show Speak Truth To Power. The first show of my college career, it was a monologue piece comprised of speeches by civil rights activists. Bishop Tutu, Wei Jingsheng, Hafez Abu Seada, Doan Viet Hoat, and Elie Wiesel were just a few of the […]Read More
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