Artists at Play produces theatrical programming that explores the Asian American experience. This podcast will feature new play broadcasts, conversations, and a behind-the-scenes look at our organization and programming.
New Play Development: From Idea to Page to Stage
A discussion on new play development and our collaboration on developing the world premiere of This is Not a True Story by Preston Choi, directed by Reena Dutt.
Artists at Play...at Play Favorites
Welcome to Season 2 of the Artists at Play Podcast! In our season 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.
(Un)Rivaled by Rosie Narasaki
Listen to a new play with the Artists at Play Podcast. (Un)Rivaled by Rosie Narasaki and directed by Jully Lee is a play about 11th century ladies-in-waiting Murasaki Shikibu and Sei Shonagon two of Japan's most beloved writers, friendship, heartbreak, and what it means to be a female artist.
The Chinese Lady and Remembering the Los Angeles Chinese Massacre
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.
Exploring ALLOS and the Legacy of Carlos Bulosan
In this episode of the Artists at Play Podcast, producer Marie-Reine Velez discusses the legacy of Filipino novelist Carlos Bulosan and ALLOS, a play about his life and work, with Noel Alumit, Lucy Burns, Ginger Leopoldo and Giovanni Ortega.
Reuniting with the Cast from Our Inaugural Production CHING CHONG CHINAMAN
To celebrate our 10th season and kick off our Artists at Play Podcast, we reunited the cast of our inaugural show, Ching Chong Chinaman by Lauren Yee and talked about the origins of Artists at Play.