Theatre

Vietgone

Posted on Sep 24, 2018 in #coloradoasian, Arts & Culture, Refugees, Theatre, Vietnam | 0 comments

NOW SHOWING AT RICKETSON THEATER IN DENVER thru’ Sept. 30th Bubbling with infectious energy, this rap-spitting, pop culture-crusted dramedy is an ode to the real-life courtship of Playwright Qui Nguyen’s parents. Forced to leave their country during the height of the Vietnam War, two refugees find themselves at an Arkansas relocation camp. Please use this link:  https://www.denvercenter.org/vietgone https://www.denvercenter.org/plan-your-visit/theatres-seating/the-ricketson-theatre = = = Support Dragon 5280:  Close out the all Asian cast production of Vietgone at the Denver Center of...

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TEA Theatre’s “Coping With America” Ends Apr 1

Posted on Mar 26, 2018 in #auroraasian, APA, China, Theatre | 0 comments

Ends Sunday, April 1st: An excellent production of three one-act plays! http://www.teatheatre.org Also sponsored by: Colorado Creatives and The Chinook Foundation.         

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Attend TEA’s “Yohen” at the AAPCP Group Rate this Sunday at 2PM

Posted on Feb 23, 2017 in #auroraasian, #coloradoasian, APA, Arts & Culture, Theatre | 0 comments

Join the Aurora Asian/Pacific Community Partnership at the Closing production of Yohen at the group rate of $22 this Sunday afternoon, February 26th, 2PM. Here are the instructions for the discount password: Go to this link:  http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2748633 Select date:   2/26 Click on “Enter a password or discount code” Type “AAPCP” and then click “Check availability” A ‘hidden’ price will pop up for $22 for you to purchase your tickets Help us make closing night a wonderful evening for TEA’s excellent two-person production in...

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Animals Out of Paper

Posted on May 20, 2016 in #auroraasian, #coloradoasian, APA, Arts & Culture, Featured, Japan, Theatre | 0 comments

Animals Out of Paper

What do animals, paper and tea have in common?    Theatre Esprit Asia (TEA) presents the production by Rajiv Joseph, “Animals Out of Paper”: When a world-renowned origamist (Llana) opens her studio to a teenage prodigy (Suresh), a student of her boyfriend (Andy), she discovers that life and love can’t be folded neatly into a perfect design. A quirky and poignant comedy/drama by Rajiv Joseph, author of Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, that has been hailed as “pitch-perfect” by the NY Times. Performances run through June 5th Aurora Cultural Arts District Gallery Theatre 1400 Dallas...

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Attend TEA’s “Fermata” May 30th and Support the Partnership

Posted on May 11, 2015 in #auroraasian, #coloradoasian, APA, Arts & Culture, Family Fun, Music, Theatre | 0 comments

MORE DATES ADDED: Buy one ticket at $30 or two for $50 to one of the two following performances, and ALL PROCEEDS go to the Partnership!   The following performances benefit the Partnership: Fri., May 22nd, 7:30 PM (purchase from the Partnership by Wed., May 20th) Sat., May 23rd, 7:30 PM (purchase from the Partnership by Thurs., May 21st) Sun., May 24th, 2:30 PM (purchase from the Partnership by Fri., May 22nd) Fri., May 29th, 7:30 PM (purchase from the Partnership by Wed., May 27th) Sat., May 30th, 2:30 PM (purchase from the Partnership by Thurs., May 28th) Sat., May 30th, 7:30 PM...

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“Dust Storm” — tonight at History Colorado

Posted on Feb 19, 2014 in Art, Arts & Culture, Educational, Immigration, Japan, museums, Theatre | 0 comments

On February 19, 1942, President Franklin Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, sending more than 120,000 Japanese Americans living on the west coast to 10 internment camps located in Wyoming, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Utah, inland California, and Colorado.  The decision was called “a military necessity,” but the Japanese Americans affected were not charged with crimes or even given judicial hearings. They were targeted because of widespread fear that people of Japanese descent were spies and loyal to Japan, though nearly 60% were American citizens. Tonight, Wed., February 19th, 7:00 PM,...

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