List of Asian American Theatre Companies - Theatre - Active

Active

  • Asian American Repertory Theatre, San Diego, 1995– website
  • Asian American Theater Company, San Francisco, 1973– website
  • Asian Story Theater, San Diego, 1989– website
  • Cedar Grove OnStage, Los Angeles, 2006– MySpace
  • Chinatown 90210, Los Angeles, 2007– MySpace
  • Chinese Pirate Productions, San Diego, 2005– website
  • Contemporary Asian Theater Scene (CATS), San Jose, 1995– website
  • East West Players, Los Angeles, 1965– website
  • Grateful Crane Ensemble, Pasadena, 2001– website
  • hereandnow Theatre Company, South Pasadena, 1989– website
  • Korus Players, New York City, 1992– MySpace
  • Kumu Kahua Theatre, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1971– website
  • Lapu the Coyote that Cares Theatre Company, University of California, Los Angeles, 1995- website
  • Lodestone Theatre Ensemble, Los Angeles, 1995– website
  • Ma-Yi Theatre Company, New York City, 1989– website
  • Mu Performing Arts, Minneapolis, 1992– website
  • National Asian American Theatre Company (NAATCO), New York City, 1989– website
  • Pan Asian Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1977– website
  • Pangea World Theatre, Minneapolis, 1995– website
  • Second Generation (theatre), New York City, 1997– website
  • Silk Road Theatre Project, Chicago, 2002– website
  • SIS Productions, Seattle, Washington, 2000 - website
  • Stanford Asian American Theater Project, Stanford University, 1978- website
  • TeAda Productions, Santa Monica, California, 1994– website
  • Theatre Rice, University of California, Berkeley, 1998– website
  • Vampire Cowboys Theatre Company, New York City, 2000– website

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