Our Perspective: Asian-American Play Readings is already taking submissions for 2019

Curator Mia Park wants to build a strong Asian- and Pacific Islander-American theater infrastructure in Chicago.

This year’s iteration of Our Perspective: Asian-American Play Readings, produced by Asian Improv aRts Midwest, wrapped up on Monday with a staged reading of First Data Gold by Tanuja Jagernauth at Steppenwolf Theatre, but curator Mia Park has already begun planning for 2019: submissions for the next series of readings, which is scheduled for January 28, are due next Thursday, November 1. The series, says Park, is meant to highlight the work of Asian- and Pacific Islander-American (collectively abbreviated as APA) playwrights in the midwest.…

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