List of Asian American Theatre Companies

List Of Asian American Theatre Companies

This is a list of Asian-American theatre companies in the United States. List includes performance groups and organizations whose programming focuses on Asian Pacific American identity, history, culture, community and experience, or whose members or artistic contributors are primarily Asian Pacific. In addition to theatre arts, list also includes sections for improvisational and sketch comedy groups, and dance performance companies.

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