Asian american theatre
Asian-American theatre is theatre written, directed or acted by Asian Americans. From initial efforts by four theatre companies in the s, Asian-American. This is a list of Asian-American theatre companies in the United States. List includes performance groups and organizations whose programming focuses on . News about Asian American theatre, Directory of Asian. The Asian American Theater Company was established in by playwright Frank Chin to develop and present original works of theatre about Americans of Asian and Pacific Islander descent. AATC is credited as a progenitor of the Asian-American theater movement alongside East West Players and Pan Asian Repertory Theatre. Veil Widow Conspiracy About [Veil Widow Conspiracy] is built around nested versions of a story from Xinjiang in Western China: a political murder mystery dramatized in a big budget Hollywood film, then amended via DVD extra interviews with the cast and crew, in censorship negotiations with the Chinese government, and finally by two lovers in a futuristic, dystopian Brooklyn, without Founded: The Consortium of Asian American Theaters & Artists envisions a strong and sustainable Asian American theater community that is an integral presence in national culture—evocative of our past, declarative of our present, and innovative towards our future.