Asiamnesia: Virtual Play
Asiamnesia is an exploration of the stereotypes that plague Asian/Asian American actresses throughout their careers, as well as a celebration of their versatility and endurance. Through the inclusion of various historical figures and a look into contemporary shows and casting processes, Asiamnesia discusses the politics behind Asian/Asian American representation in the American entertainment industry. It is a show sure to leave audience members thinking deeply about the challenges faced by Asian women, not only in entertainment but in society as well.
Reserve your free ticket at schwartztickets.com.
April 15th – April 17th: Sun Mee will be doing a virtual post-play discussion after the April 17th show.
Asiamnesia written by Sun Mee Chomet
Directed by Sara Pistono and Duoer Jia
Live Virtual Production at Cornell University
The Comedy of Errors: Reading
At a time of profound division around identity and origin, this comedy explores the richness of finding love in unexpected places and the challenges of immigrating to new lands. Filled with zany confusion, the play asks questions relevant for today: How do any of us really know who we are-or what day it is, for that matter?
Live Virtual Readings: MARCH 18 – 20 at 7pm CST
By William Shakespeare ——- Directed by Risa Brainin ——- Music and Sound by Peter Vitale
Featuring: Sarah Agnew, Jasmine Bracey, Chistina Florencia Castro, Sun Mee Chomet, Mo Perry, and Sally Wingert.
Twin Cities PBS Women Suffrage Documentary
Citizen explores the multigenerational march of Minnesota women and all they hoped would come with the vote. From pioneering activists like Sarah Burger Stearns to Progressive Era leaders like Nellie Griswold Francis, the vote was seen as a mark of fuller citizenship and tool of change for concerns like healthcare, children, and women’s rights.
by Marisa Carr
Milwaukee Repertory Theater
Directed by May Adrales
Campos Artfest “Breaking Borders”
Virtual Performance in Uruguay