Reservoir Dogs

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Sunday October 2

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2:00 PM  –  4:00 PM

In this unique staged reading, an all-APIA female cast will perform Quentin Tarantino’s classic crime drama, Reservoir Dogs.

As a response to the controversial practice of “whitewashing” in Hollywood, in which non-white roles are given to Caucasian actors, No Shortage of Asian Talent (NSAT) was formed to create an outlet for up-and-coming APIA actors and their audiences, and to show Hollywood that there is no shortage of APIA talent, as its practices might have the public believe. Last year, NSAT launched a staged reading series in which APIA actors perform in well-known roles that they normally wouldn’t be considered for. The series also allows emerging directors the opportunity to develop their craft and work with actors on a small scale.

This all-female APIA performance of Reservoir Dogs follows NSAT’s debut event, an all-male APIA reading of Glengarry Glen Ross. Please note Reservoir Dogs contains strong language.

Admission is “Pay What You Wish” this day, but RSVPs are recommended using this online form.