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“Lotsa Asian American Fractured Fairytales Festival”

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LAAFF FEST features the exceptional talents of Sound Theatre company members Kathy Hsieh (Last Days of Judas Iscariot ’16), Maile Wong(Nadeshiko ’17), Mi Kang (Nadeshiko ’17) and Julie Hoang (Dogg’s Hamlet, Cahout’s Macbeth ’14).

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Lotsa Asian American Fractured Fairytales Festival
June 17 – 25, 2017

LAAFF Fest brings to life a delightful collection of deliciously fun, family-friendly fairytales with a feminist flair! Very loosely inspired by Asian and American tales, these six ten-minute scripts are penned by Asian American women and one teenage American girl, directed by Asian American women and featuring almost 20 Asian American actors, plus a team of Asian American and multicultural designers! Presented by SIS Productions in partnership with 18th & Union and Youth Theatre Northwest.

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Running Time: 70 minutes with no intermission.
Appropriate for anyone 6 years and older.
SIS Productions, an Asian American women-run theatre company, invited a number of women to adapt traditional Asian tales or imagine their own new ones. With complete freedom to create whatever they wanted, all the playwrights ended up writing scripts that all had a feminist flair, that included humor and poignancy, and overwhelmingly featured multi-generations of women. Single moms, strong grandmothers, sibling rivalry, inter-generational bonding, and female solidarity are featured themes. But the most powerful revelation through all of them are female characters finding and choosing their own paths in life. This collection of six new 10-minute plays, all written by women and directed by Asian American women, are a fabulous opportunity for parents to share with their kids, and women along with their male allies, to enjoy more authentic representations of women.”
Learn More by reading the article in the International Examiner HERE