The University of Washington School of Drama’s historic 75th anniversary continues to celebrate the Seattle theatre community’s rich history. With their Seattle Theatres Lost and Founded Series, produced in partnership with the UW World Series and One Coast Collaboration, the School of Drama pays tribute to inspiring companies no longer up and running. The series continues on February 8 with a focus on the Northwest Asian American Theatre (NWAAT). The evening will include reading excerpts from The Wash by Philip Kan Gotanda, Miss Minidoka 1943 by Gary Iwamoto, and FOB by David Henry Hwang. Former NWAAT artists participating include: Stan Asis, Leilani Berinobis, Kathy Hsieh, Bea Kiyohara, Maydene Pang, Stephen Sumida, Marilyn Tokuda, and Herb Tsuchiya. A reception will follow the readings.

The Seattle Theatres Lost & Founded: Northwest Asian American Theatre event is free and happens Monday, February 8 at 7:30 p.m. at Meany Studio Theatre in Meany Hall on the UW Campus.

For more information, visit https://drama.washington.edu/events/2016-02-08/seattle-theatres-lost-founded.

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