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Content warning: This episode contains mentions of murder and butchery. Conversations with Peter J. Kuo, Annette Lee, and Jihye Kim about experiences in theatre that have brought them up close and personal with the strange, beautiful, and taboo. Jihye mentions Egalia's Daughters by Gerd Brantenberg and "I am More" directed by Ilha Lee. Hosted, prod…
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This year, Artists at Play welcomed new interns/mentees who sought an opportunity to learn about the work we do as a producing collective. In this episode, we learn about them! AAP co-founder and co-producing artistic leader Marie-Reine Velez facilitates a discussion with AAP interns and young theatre artists Sandy Nguyen, Jocelyn Shek, Victoria Vo…
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Join Artists at Play on a trip up to Grant Avenue, San Francisco, California, U.S.A.! Learn more about FLOWER DRUM SONG, the 1961 film adaptation of the 1958 Broadway musical featuring an [almost] all-Asian American cast, in this discussion that spans issues concerning agency, representation, and the show's legacy. CONTENT NOTE: This episode contai…
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Inspired by the work of The Great AAPI Elder Print Off in San Francisco, Artists at Play spotlights three theatre veterans who have contributed much of their professional lives to creating Asian American theatre and nurturing the next generation of artists. We sat down with Tim Dang, Meg Imamoto and Marilyn Tokuda, who all spent many years at East …
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This lively panel discussion navigates questions of "Why theatre? Why still theatre? Why still theatre now?" Moderated by Artists at Play Producing Artistic Leader JULIA CHO, thrilled for this mini-reunion with various members of the team from our 2015 mainstage production, Madhuri Shekar's IN LOVE AND WARCRAFT. Participants include ILAW director A…
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Episode Credits Produced by Nicholas Pilapil Edited by Nicholas Pilapil Theme song by Eloise Wong Artists at Play, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit arts organization based in Los Angeles, California. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook, or visit our website to sign up for our newsletter.Preston Choi, Nicholas Pilapil, Reena Dutt
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Welcome to Season 2 of the Artists at Play Podcast! ...And the 10th Anniversary of Artists at Play's founding! In our season two opener, the Artists at Play producers rehash and recreate some of our favorite original pieces that we wrote and performed for ARTISTS AT PLAY...AT PLAY, an annual tradition with our group since 2015. Each piece is preced…
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(Un)Rivaled Written by Rosie Narasaki Directed by Jully Lee Edited and mixed by Marvin Yueh Radio Play Cast: Jessica Jade Andres Eddie Liu Jacqueline Misaye Krista Marie Yu Julia Cho (stage directions) This episode's broadcast of a play-in-development by Rosie Narasaki is one of the ways we have continued our investment in playwrights during COVID-…
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Listen to 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. Podcast guests include Rena Heinrich (USC Professor of Theatre Practice), Eugene Moy (Chinese American Museum board member), Rebecca Wear (director of A…
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In this episode of the Artists at Play Podcast we discuss the importance of Filipino novelist Carlos Bulosan and ALLOS, a play about his life and work. Joining us for this lively conversation, facilitated by AAP's Marie-Reine Velez, are Noel Alumit (actor, author, pastor), Lucy M. Burns (Associate Professor at UCLA's Asian American Studies Departme…
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To celebrate our 10th season and kick off our podcast, we reunited the cast of our inaugural show, Ching Chong Chinaman by Lauren Yee! Joining us for the conversation was director Peter J. Kuo; actors Elizabeth Ho, Stephen Hu, Ken Narasaki, Helen Ota, Scott Keiji Takeda and moderated by Julia Cho. It was a walk down memory lane full of laughs and s…
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Artists at Play produces theatrical programming that explores the Asian American experience. Our podcast will feature new play broadcasts, conversations, and a behind-the-scenes look at our organization and programming. Artists at Play, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit arts organization based in Los Angeles, California. Follow us on Instagram and Facebo…
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