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Continue With Facebook. I felt a powerful aspect of the performance was that Asian Americans played non-Asian or non-Asian specific roles, which to me felt like a statement against the under-representation of Asian Americans in the media. The superbly enthusiastic crowd of about 1, audience members were highly vocal throughout the show, but stood in silence and solidarity when narrator Jennifer Pae asked if any of the female viewers were affected by assault or violence or knew somebody who was. Producciones Imperdibles returns to Palacio de los Marqueses de la Algaba one more summer to meet again with the Sevillian audience. The entire show was organized, featured, and produced by an all-APA cast.
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Continue to rediscover the magic of live events by signing up for a Goldstar account with Facebook. Bjeshka 20 books view quotes. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! For their big night, in a way, the cast was able to extend on those discussions in public through performing The Vagina Monologues. The interviews began as casual conversation with her friends, who told him stories they had heard from other friends, and so the chain of stories that gave rise to the work began. As Asian American women the community is complex, but there are common threads that bring us together.
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A play created from interviews conducted by the author of more than women from all walks of life. Abuse, violence, birth, bedroom pet names, and masturbation are discussed in provocative and heartbreaking ways. Join them as they honor the strength and visibility of women, our San Francisco Bay Area community, and, of course, the venerable vagina. Other monologues were more dominant in their humor, balancing heaviness in some pieces with their more light-hearted yet inspiring takes on the female sexual experience. Breaking News Alerts Real-time updates on breaking stories in Livermore. Our show was dedicated to ensuring that our women and girls have the resources and support they need to really work on these issues.