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Protected: 2018 / Japanese American National Museum – Play “Little Women (A Multicultural Transposition)” by Velina Hasu Houston, Dec. 15

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2018 / Los Angeles’ presentation of commissioned international project “Crossing Borders” written by Velina Hasu Houston, June 1

The Ryerson School of Performance (Toronto, Canada) in association with London South Bank University Arts & Creative Industries, the University of Southern California School of Dramatic Arts and Playwright Arena present an exclusive Los Angeles’ presentation of Crossing Borders. Where Shadow Chases Light Written by Velina Hasu Houston As part of Crossing Borders Written...
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2017 / Play: “Little Women” by Velina Hasu Houston / Chromolume Theater, Oct. 27 – Nov. 20

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Playwrights’ Arena presents the world premiere of LITTLE WOMEN by Velina Hasu Houston directed by Jon Lawrence Rivera Inspired by Louisa May Alcott’s novel, it is 1949, Josephine Mayeda and her sisters Meg, Amy, and Beth are emerging in the midst of the history of Japanese Americans who found a place...
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2104 / Playwright Velina Hasu Houston to speak at University of Southern California, Oct. 21

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Velina Hasu Houston Literary Retrospective : Provost’s Writers Series October 21, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm Doheny Library, USC, 240 Velina Hasu Houston is the only American playwright to amass a body of work that explores the U.S.-Japan relationship through a bilateral, global view of identity. She has written more than 30 plays as...
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2013 / Cultural News Club / Celebration of Tea, Sept 22, 11 am to 2 pm

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  Cultural News Club was launched in January 2013 to explore and experience Japanese culture in Los Angeles. This week, the Cultural News club is hosting “CELEBRATION OF TEA” Sunday, Sept 22, from 11 am to 2 pm The Actors Group    2813 W. Magnolia, Burbank, California 91505 11 AM – Tao of Tea Tea...
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2013 / “Hapa” festival cerebrates multiracial Japanese Americans, April 2-6

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The Japanese American National Museum, in collaboration with the USC Hapa Japan Database Project, is set to open its next exhibition, Visible & Invisible: A Hapa Japanese American History, Sunday, April 7 through Sunday, August 25, 2013. Through photos, historical artifacts, multimedia images, and interactive components, Visible & Invisible explores the diverse and complex...
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2012 / Thru Dec 9 / Classic play “Tea” about Japanese war bride to become new musical

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TEA, WITH MUSIC, by Velina Hasu Houston, is the critically-acclaimed play about Japanese war brides from World War II now living in Kansas gathering for a farewell tea ceremony for one of their members who has mysteriously passed away. In honor of the play’s 25th Anniversary, the East West Players presents something different as...
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Theatre: Velina Hasu Houston’s “Calligraphy” depicting two aging mothers of an interracial family in Tokyo and Los Angeles, Nov 12 – Dec 12

Theatre: Velina Hasu Houston’s “Calligraphy” depicting two aging mothers of an interracial family in Tokyo and Los Angeles, Nov 12 – Dec 12

Calligraphy Saturday, November 12 – Sunday, December 12 Thursday – Saturday at 8 pm, Sunday at 3 pm November 25 will be dark The Los Angeles Theatre Center 514 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013 (213) 489-0994 www.thelatc.org Co-producers Playwrights’ Arena & The Latino Theater Company/Los Angeles Theatre Center in association with the...
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