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The curtain has officially been dropped on Los Angeles’ theater productions. This includes the Geffen Playhouse’s run of “Man of God“ and plays put on by the historic Asian […]
New York City’s Times Square, the once-bustling tourist attraction swarming with thousands of visitors from all over the world, is now left empty and deserted under quarantine policies. Broadway […]
If you’re interested in Asian American art, music and performance, then look no further—the 20th annual APAture Festival has it all. A multidisciplinary arts festival presented by Kearny Street […]
Surrounded by vague indicators of midwest America, like McDonald’s golden arches and a vintage Ford truck, Quang (Tim Chiou) leaps into action and punches out a racist cowboy who’s […]
Stephanie Hsu had finally made it to Broadway. Years of toiling through casting calls and auditions and parts in Off-Broadway theaters had finally landed her a role on the […]
New York’s Broadway theater district isn’t called the Great White Way for nothing. Its most heralded dramatists are a roll call of great white men: Arthur Miller, Tennessee Williams, […]
A new play about to hit Broadway is going to make history. “Straight White Men,” by Korean American playwright Young Jean Lee, is the first play by an Asian […]
East West Players, the Los Angeles-based Asian American theater company billed as the nation’s longest-running of its kind, will put on a series of four Think Tanks with theater […]
Telly Leung, the musical actor and “Glee” alum, will star in a new Broadway a cappella showing, “In Transit,” by the creators of “Frozen” and “Pitch Perfect.” The musical, […]
Theater is home for Jenna Ushkowitz, who made her return to Broadway last week in “Waitress: The Musical.” “The stage is the one place in my life I don’t […]
Playwright Carla Ching’s “The Two Kids That Blow S–t Up” is set to premiere at the Lounge Theatre in Los Angeles on Aug. 18. A play “about not trying […]
Phillipa Soo joined Lin-Manuel Miranda and Leslie Odom Jr. Saturday for one last bow on the “Hamilton” stage. “Hamilton,” a hip-hop musical about America’s founding fathers, has proven itself […]
The Phantom has held his grip on Ali Ewoldt for years. In 1992, a 10-year-old Ewoldt stepped on the stage for the very first time, at the Westchester Broadway […]