Hosted by Oregon Shakespeare Festival October 1-8, 2016 in Ashland, Oregon
SEISMIC SHIFTS - leading the change in theatre - a national celebration of AA artistry
Presented by CAATA (Coalition of Asian American Theaters and Artists)
Pan Asian will present the classic Cambodian Dream ballet sequence from CAMBODIA AGONISTES at Opening on October 3rd at Bowmer Theatre.
Pan Asian Repertory Theatre’s
40th Anniversary Gala
Thursday, November 10, 2016
Golden Unicorn in Chinatown
18 E. Broadway at Catherine Street
Art & Action Salutes to honor:
Cobi Narita - Jazz queen
Corky Lee - Photographer; Activist
Special In memoriam to Cherylene Lee - Performer, Playwright
Plays produced at Pan Asian: CARRY THE TIGER TO THE MOUNTAIN; ARTHUR & LEILA; LEGACY CODES
Nobuko “Cobi” Narita’s tireless devotion to the jazz community has spanned more than forty years.. Cobi served as President of International Women in Jazz for its first three years, Chairwoman of the Board for the next three, and on the advisory board.
Corky Lee is an American photographer who was born in Queens, New York and began studying American history at Queens College in 1965. The main goal of Lee’s work is to chronicle and explore the diversity and nuances of Asian American culture that is often overlooked by mainstream media.
Cherylene Lee was an American playwright and performer. Her plays include The Legacy Codes, Carry the Tiger to the Mountain, and Arthur and Leila, all three of which were produced by Pan Asian Repertory Theatre in New York City. Cherylene started her Hollywood career at age three, appearing in Bachelor Father and at age five, performed with Gene Kelly on his TV show. She also appeared in the national tour of A Chorus Line.