BENEFITING: Teada Productions
Get TeAda to the CAATA ConFest in Oregon!
As a theatre of color we work to elevate marginalized communities: immigrants, refugees, and LGBTQ+ individuals. Part of that entails collaborating with other theatres and showcasing the work we’ve been doing.
For 19 years, we have created art with integrity, spaces for healing and garnered national visibility. We succeed by creating professional and personal opportunities through the telling of stories from our communities. To continue doing this work, we depend on community support.
Coming up October 1-8, we have the opportunity to lead a workshop at the National Asian American Theater Conference and Festival. TeAda has been a part of the Consortium of Asian American Theaters & Artists (CAATA) that began 10 years ago. This year’s ConFest is hosted by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and is a historic partnership with one of America’s largest theater companies. The theme Seismic Shifts: Leading Change in the American Theater will engage people in passionate dialogues about social injustice and inequality in American culture and what we, as theater practitioners, can do about it.
Support diversity in the arts!
We ask you to support TeAda getting to Ashland, OR. Your contribution goes directly toward advancing Asian and Pacific Islander artistic work in the American theater landscape and raising the visibility of the Asian Pacific community, the fastest growing population in the United States.