2013: Year in Review

Since our founding in 2011, Artists at Play has been successful because of you. As we embark on our fourth year, we hope you continue to support Artists at Play. Please consider a tax-deductible donation to help us accomplish our mission of presenting shows created by Asian American artists that tell the stories of communities underrepresented in Los Angeles theatre.

In 2014, Artists at Play will expand our programming as we continue to cultivate and build relationships with the next generation of theatre artists and audience members. Our fall production will be another Los Angeles premiere by an Asian American playwright, building on the artistic quality and professionalism of our inaugural show Ching Chong Chinaman by Lauren Yee, sophomore production, Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them by A. Rey Pamatmat and this past year’s Cowboy Versus Samurai by Michael Golamco.

Please consider helping Artists at Play reach our goals in 2014 with an online tax-deductible donation. Your contribution makes you a partner in our mission to curate quality theatre in Los Angeles. 
Thank you!


Last year, Artists at Play brought you more theatre with a new reading series and our third Los Angeles premiere in three years…

In the spring, we shared two plays by Los Angeles playwrights Alice Tuan and our own Peter J. Kuo as a part of the inaugural Artists at Play Readings.

Our epic yard sale has become a great way for folks to focus on spring cleaning as well as pick up great secondhand finds. If you're already setting items aside or coming up with a wishlist, we're happy to oblige!

In the fall, we took you on a trip to Breakneck, Wyoming with the Los Angeles premiere of Cowboy Versus Samurai by Michael Golamco.

Right on the heels of Cowboy Versus Samurai, we attended the Ovation Awards to support the nominated cast of our 2012 production Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them. We were proud to attend and celebrate Los Angeles theatre!

To cap off 2013, we celebrated the holiday season by “Making Spirits Bright” at our very first holiday party dancing the night away with fun and boozy prizes on hand. 

That's our recap of our 2013, and we can't wait to see you in the new year!

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