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Boston.com (This may be an inactive group) Asian American Dance Performances 1310 Mission Street San Francisco. CA 94107-1517 phone 415.org atran at asianamericanrep.org Asian American Repertory Theatre PO BOX 691443 Stockton.org website: http://www. MA 02116 (617) 542-4599 Dr. CA Steven Sue. Board Pres.org AADP@unbound-spirit. CA 94103 (415) 820-3930 www.Asia On Stage/Chinese Culture Institute 276 Tremont Street. 209/463-2139 Asian American Repertory Theatre PO BOX 81796 San Diego.asianamericanrep. Suite 211 San Francisco.543. Asia On Stage aos@BostonInfo.org/ Asian American Theater Company Asian American Theater Company 690 Fifth Street. Artistic Director Bill Yee.5638 Pamela A.543. Doris C. Publicist Dorothy Okura. Executive Director Valerie Acoba. Chu. Wu.J. Artistic Director. Producing Director . CA 92138-1796 (888)568-2278 or (888) 568-AART email: firstname.lastname@example.org fax 415.unbound-spirit.
org .asianstorytheater. Suite 291 Las Vegas.bindlestiffstudio.com (this group may be inactive) Asian Story Theater 1250 Weaver Street. PA 19107 Phone: (215) 557-0455 Website: www. NV 89130 702/809-7135 APPAAINC@aol.www.net/ May not be currently active Asian Pacific Theatre Project see InterACT Asian Stories in American Theatre (ASIA) PO Box 41063 Arlington VA 22204 703-418-9703 e-mail: email@example.com Asian Pacific Performing Arts Alliance 4933 W. Lee Brisby. Craig Rd. Artistic Director www.asianamericantheater.asianstoriesinamerica.appaa. San Diego CA 92114 (619) 527-2816 K.com firstname.lastname@example.org Asian Arts Initiative 1219-1223 Vine Street Philadelphia.com http://www. CA 94103 http://www.com http://www.asianartsinitiative.org info@asianamericantheater. #470 San Francisco.com Bindlestiff Studios 1072 Folsom Street.
# 88 Nevada Ctiy.org Cuchipinoy Productions 244 Madison Ave. CA 95112 Ph: (408) 298 – 2287 Fax: (408) 280 – 0407 www. ON M5T 2C2 Telephone (416) 203-9000 Fax (416) 203-9002 Box Office (416) 203-9000 Email cahoots@interlog. part of actors' playhouse 1409 E.com http://www.com (213) 739-4142 Community Asian Theatre of the Sierra 228 Commercial St.asiantheater. #277 New York .Cahoots Theatre Project 174 Spandia Avenue.org CATS email Contemporary Asian Theatre Scene 565 North Fifth Street San Jose.com coldtofu@hotmail. 10016 info@cuchipinoy. Fourth St. NY . .org info@asiantheater. CA 95959 Phone: 530/273-6362 Lisa Moon. Artistic Director/President www.cuchipinoy.com Cold Tofu PO Box 86605 Los Angeles. CA 90086 213/739-4142 http://www.coldtofu. Suite 610 Toronto.catsweb.com/ Deep Yellow/New Asian-American Theatre Co.
CA 562/590-9396 may not be active .Los Angeles.
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