May 31: BAC + AAPAC + Ma-Yi Theater Company’s H(AAPI) Hour Celebration for the AAPI Arts Community at Sour Mouse

  This month, BAC has been hosting an AAPI Month of Action, using their platform to feature organizations working on the ground against the continued racist violence perpetrated against East Asian, Southeast Asian, South Asian, West Asian, Pacific Islander, Asian American and any individual of the Asian diaspora, led by AAPI staff members Emily Goes and Jess McLeod. In the midst of grief and continued … Continue reading May 31: BAC + AAPAC + Ma-Yi Theater Company’s H(AAPI) Hour Celebration for the AAPI Arts Community at Sour Mouse

OBIE-Winning AAPAC Releases Expanded Diversity Report for New York City’s 2018-19 Theatre Season; Finds Inequity in Arts Funding Between Largest Theatre Companies and Theaters of Color

(NEW YORK, June 18, 2021) The Obie Award-winning Asian American Performers Action Coalition (AAPAC) released its 10th annual report today,”THE VISIBILITY REPORT: RACIAL REPRESENTATION ON NEW YORK CITY STAGES,” covering employment statistics by race for all shows that opened on Broadway and at the 18 largest non-profit theatre companies in the 2018-19 New York season—the last full season before the Covid-19 pandemic. The report tracks … Continue reading OBIE-Winning AAPAC Releases Expanded Diversity Report for New York City’s 2018-19 Theatre Season; Finds Inequity in Arts Funding Between Largest Theatre Companies and Theaters of Color

Watch: TCG First Fridays: Responses to Anti-Asian Violence Panel Discussion Featuring Young Jean Lee, Leslie Ishii, Pun Bandhu, and Clint Ramos

Watch: TCG First Fridays: Responses to Anti-Asian Violence Panel Discussion Featuring Young Jean Lee, Leslie Ishii, Pun Bandhu, and Clint Ramos Continue reading Watch: TCG First Fridays: Responses to Anti-Asian Violence Panel Discussion Featuring Young Jean Lee, Leslie Ishii, Pun Bandhu, and Clint Ramos

THE FORTY-YEAR-OLD VERSION’s Star Peter Y. Kim On Being Labeled ‘Most Likely to Be Gay’ and His Mentors; Receives Queerties Nomination for Best Film Performance

THE FORTY-YEAR-OLD VERSION’s Star Peter Y. Kim On Being Labeled ‘Most Likely to Be Gay’ and His Mentors; Receives Queerties Nomination for Best Film Performance https://wp.me/p8ilTC-8yl Continue reading THE FORTY-YEAR-OLD VERSION’s Star Peter Y. Kim On Being Labeled ‘Most Likely to Be Gay’ and His Mentors; Receives Queerties Nomination for Best Film Performance

Obie-Winning AAPAC Releases Expanded 2017-18 Diversity Report for New York City Theaters; Points to Continued Systemic Bias For White Actors, Writers and Directors

Obie-Winning AAPAC Releases Expanded 2017-18 Diversity Report for New York City Theaters; Points to Continued Systemic Bias For White Actors, Writers and Directors https://wp.me/p8ilTC-7ob Continue reading Obie-Winning AAPAC Releases Expanded 2017-18 Diversity Report for New York City Theaters; Points to Continued Systemic Bias For White Actors, Writers and Directors

AAPAC, The Asian American Performers Action Coalition Receives Special Obie Citation for Advocacy in the field of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

AAPAC, The Asian American Performers Action Coalition Receives Special Obie Citation for Advocacy in the field of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion https://wp.me/p8ilTC-6V0 AAPAC Steering Committee Pun Bandhu, Cindy Cheung, Angel Desai, Christine Toy Johnson, Peter Kim, Julienne Hanzelka Kim, Kenneth Lee, Eileen Rivera and Nandita Shenoy Continue reading AAPAC, The Asian American Performers Action Coalition Receives Special Obie Citation for Advocacy in the field of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion