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Mei Hua Society Year of the Ram Banquet

to benefit Pan Asian Repertory Theatre

March 19, 2015
Cocktails, Fashion Boutique and Raffle cash/check only. Meet and Greet with the playwright of A DREAM OF RED PAVILIONS.

7PM Ten Course Traditional Chinese Banquet and Entertainment, including magical fun with Grace Chang, Lion Dancers and a scene from A DREAM OF RED PAVILIONS

at Peking Duck House
236 East 53rd Street

The evening will be hosted by the Mei Hua Society, and will benefit development of the upcoming production, A DREAM OF RED PAVILIONS, by Jeremy Tiang and co-directed by Tisa Chang and Lu Yu.

Tickets start at $135* per person
*before March 1st
$150 after March 1st, 2015

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Pan Asian Repertory Theatre
38th Season Benefit Dinner

38th Season

Thursday, November 6, 2014
6pm Cocktails | 7pm Dinner
at the Golden Unicorn in Chinatown
18 E. Broadway at Catherine Street

Featuring traditional Chinese Banquet,
entertainment by the SAYONARA dancers
with presentation to Salutees

Henry Yuk – Pan Asian Veteran Artist

Wallace Wong - Champion of a Re-Envisioned SAYONARA

21st Century ILGWU Heritage Fund - accepted by Muzaffar Chishti and Jay Mazur

Fred Ho - In Memoriam Salute to the Musician, Composer, and Activist

38th Season photo with Tisa Chang and Salutees
Pictured L to R: Jay Mazur, Tisa Chang, Wallace Wong, dequi kioni-sadiki, Muzaffar Chishti, and Henry Yuk

Includes admission to the cocktail and dinner

Early bird tickets are $125 before Oct 6th

includes admission to the cocktail and dinner plus a pair of tickets to FILM CHINOIS

Click here for ticket order form

Email info@panasianrep.org for more information. 

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4th National Asian American Theatre Festival & Conference

CAATA Title Treatment

October 8-12, 2014 | Philadelphia, PA
Home: Here…There… Where?

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Pan Asian is a founding, Executive Board Member of CAATA, and invites you to join us this fall for panels, networking and performances.

True to the theme, “Home: Here…There…Where?” the ConFest will examine Asian Americans’ relationship to broad definitions and meanings of home as well as changing notions of what constitutes Asian American theater. Check out the ConFest schedule and be sure to register to participate!


Asian Harvest Festival at Snug Harbor

Asian Harvest Festival Title Treatment

October 12, 2014 | Snug Harbor, 1:00-5:00 PM
1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY

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Pan Asian Repertory Theatre presents a Japanese FAN DANCE performed by SAYONARA dancers: Marika Abe, Saki Masuda, Tsubasa Ogawa, Rumi Oyama and Hiroko Yonekura; with choreography by Rumi Oyama.

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Free Event

Special showing of FILM CHINOIS

February 15, 2015 - 4:00pm

at Flushing Town Hall
137-35 Northern Blvd


Special Outreach with Staged Readings 

Fishing For Wives Title Treatment

Staged Reading of FISHING FOR WIVES

March 22nd, 2014 - 1:30pm

at the Flushing Branch
of the Queens Public Library
41-17 Main St

Red Pavilions Title Treatment


June 1st, 2014 - 4:00pm

at Flushing Town Hall
137-35 Northern Blvd


Pan Asian Repertory Theatre
37th Season Benefit Celebration Dinner

37th Gala photo with Tisa Chang and Ming Cho Lee 

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Thursday, November 7, 2013
6pm Cocktails | 7pm Dinner
at the Golden Unicorn in Chinatown
18 E. Broadway at Catherine Street

Featuring traditional Chinese Banquet,
Music and Hula entertainment

with presentation to Salutees 
Ming Cho Lee

Tony Award-winning set designer

Elizabeth OuYang_&_OCA-NY
for activism on behalf of Pvt. Danny Chen. 
with Emcee Ron Nakahara
director of FISHING FOR WIVES and NO-NO BOY 

Includes admission to the
cocktail and dinner


$2,500 VIP
Table of 10 at November benefit dinner; Listing on Pan Asian’s website and event related eblasts; 4 tickets to the New York premiere of FISHING FOR WIVES, a new comedy running April 2014 at Theatre Row on 42nd Street; ½ page ad in FISHING FOR WIVES playbill.

$5,000 JADE
Prime table of 10 at November benefit dinner; Listing on Pan Asian’s website and verbal acknowledgement from the stage at the Golden Unicorn and Theatre Row; click-thru logo placement in event related eblasts; 10 tickets to the Opening Night of FISHING FOR WIVES; 2 invitations to an open rehearsal or Staged Reading of your choice; full-page ad in FISHING FOR WIVES playbill.

$10,000 DIAMOND
VIP table of 10 at November benefit dinner; Click-thru logo on Pan Asian’s website; acknowledgement from stage at the Golden Unicorn and Theatre Row; ad in event related eblast; 10 tickets to the Opening Night of FISHING FOR WIVES; 4 invitations to an open rehearsal or Staged Reading of your choice; full-page ad in FISHING FOR WIVES playbill; Prominent Logo placement on the outdoor display poster (50” H x 32.5” W) at Theatre Row situated on 42nd Street at 9th Ave with full visibility to Times Square foot traffic.

CLICK to download TICKET order form, or call 212-868-4030 to purchase by credit card.
CLICK to make a secure online donation.

Email info@panasianrep.org for more information. 


Pan Asian Repertory Theatre’s
36th Season Kickoff Celebration 

*Thurs Nov 29, 2012*
6pm- Cocktails | 7pm- Dinner

at The Golden Unicorn in Chinatown
18 East Broadway (at Catherine Street)

Featuring traditional Chinese banquet and entertainment
including screening of the documentary short film,

and salute to Community Leaders:
  Mei Hua Society
Julia Azuma
Tamio Spiegel

Thank you to VIP supporters:
Different Roads To Learning
David L. Fung

Individual Tickets:

Includes admission to Nov 1 cocktail hour and dinner

$150 Season Supporter:
Admission to Nov 1 cocktail hour and dinner, plus 1 ticket to the world premiere of THREE TREES (March-April, 2013) or the world premiere of DOJOJI: THE MAN INSIDE THE BELL May 18-June 9, 2013.

Tables of 8:

$1,200 VIP:
Recognition on Pan Asian website and event related eblasts, 2 tickets to the world premiere productions of THREE TREES and

$2,400 JADE:
Recognition on Pan Asian website and from the podium, click-thru logo placement in event related eblasts, 2 tickets to the Opening Night Gala of THREE TREES and DOJOJI:THE MAN INSIDE THE BELL, 2 invitations to an open rehearsal, and will help subsidize 4 artists’ tickets.

$5,000 DIAMOND:
Recognition on Pan Asian website and from the podium, ad in event related eblast, 4 tickets to the Opening Night Galas of THREE TREES and DOJOJI: THE MAN INSIDE THE BELL, 2 invitations to a private reception with cast and will help subsidize 8 artists’ tickets.

CLICK to download TICKET order form, or
call 212-868-4030 to purchase by credit card.

Email info@panasianrep.org for more information. 

Pan Asian Repertory Theatre’s
35th Anniversary Gala

Monday, March 19th, 2012

At the Edison Ballroom
240 West 47th Street between Broadway and 8th Ave

Pan Asian Repertory Theatre’s Board of Trustees cordially invites you to a festive evening celebrating our 35th Anniversary themed “Legacy and Homecoming”

with Honorary Gala Co-Chairs
Tina Chen, David Henry Hwang, and Lucy Liu

Gala Co-Chairs

Daniel Dae Kim CBS 2 News interview

Pan Asian Legacy Award report on NY1

DANIEL DAE KIM who continues to expand our perceptions of the Asian American man through a diversity of roles on stage and screen, including Pan Asian’s production of Ibsen’s A Doll House; TV series such as his current role of Chin Ho Kelly on the CBS hit drama, “Hawaii Five-O,” and “Lost;” and film such as the Academy Award winner for Best Picture, “Crash,” and
“The Adjustment Bureau” starring Matt Damon.  
DR PATRICIA E TAYLOR a research scientist formerly at the New York Blood Center, an accomplished violinist and ballet dancer, and the wife of Kenneth Taylor former Canadian Ambassador to Iran in the 70's.          
Ellen Stewart photo
ELLEN STEWART the pioneering founder of La MaMa ETC where Pan Asian got its start 
Jadin Wong photo
JADIN WONG the legendary entertainer and manager who paved the way for Asian American performing artists 
  7th ANNUAL LILAH KAN RED SOCKS AWARD The Annual “Red Socks” Award celebrates and continues the spirit of Lilah Kan, who amidst pursuing her own career in theater, always found time to open her home for scores of artists from all walks of life, and honors an Asian American artist working in the New York City theatrical community. 

35th Anniversary Gala Press 

35th Gala photo with Tisa Chang and Daniel Dae Kim
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CBS2 News Logo
35th Gala Photo
Make a “Well-Wishers” donation, CLICK HERE
(specify 35th Gala in notes to be acknowledged in the journal)

All but $175 of each ticket purchased is tax-deductible. Checks can be made payable to Pan Asian Repertory, and mailed to 520 8th Avenue, Suite 314, NYC 10018   

AAAA 28th Anniversary Benefit honors Tisa Chang!

  Wednesday, November 3rd, 6:30 pm– 9:00 pm

Tisa Chang is one of four honorees at Asian American Arts Alliance’s 28th Anniversary Benefit.
Please join us to celebrate their contributions to
the Asian American and New York City arts communities!

28th Anniversary Benefit: Defining Moments

CUE Art Foundation, 511 W 25th St (btw 10th & 11th Ave)
Cocktails, hors d'Oeuvres, Silent Auction
and Special Performance

Tisa Chang
- Artistic Producing Director, Pan Asian Repertory
Mana Hashimoto
- Dancer & Choreographer
Jeffrey Ng
- Founder & Creative Director, Staple Design
Shen Wei
- Artistic Director, Shen Wei Dance Arts

Special Performance
Dr. Yeou-Cheng Ma
- The Children's Orchestra Society

More info at Asian American Arts Alliance



Come Dance with Pan Asian's Stars!


Monday February 22, 2010
at Social Bar | Grill | Lounge
795 Eighth Avenue
2nd Floor
Between 48th and 49th Streets

6:30pm - 9:30pm

Casual but festive drinks
and hor d’oeuvres, raffles and dancing,
to celebrate the arrival of the
Year of the Tiger and the upcoming production of "Ching Chong Chinaman."

Ticket Levels:

• VIP $75: Includes 1 complimentary drink, hor d’oeuvres, happy hour special all night and 2 raffle tickets

• Regular $35: Includes 1 complimentary drink, hor d’oeuvres and happy hour special all night

• Early Bird $35 (must be received by Feb 10): Includes Regular benefits plus 1 raffle ticket!

  Click here to purchase tickets

To reserve by phone or for more information, call 212-868-4030

Tickets may also be purchased at the door starting at 6:30pm (cash and check only)

October 11, 2009
5th Annual Lilah Kan "Red Socks Award"
presented to Orville Mendoza


At the Julia Miles Theater, following the matinee performance of IMELDA.

 The Annual Lilah Kan “Red Socks” Award has been presented for the past four years to an appreciative and deserving theater artist. This list includes: Rosanne Ma '05, Lloyd Suh '06, Nicky Paraiso '07 and Ernest Abuba '08. Along with a check for $1,000, each recipient has received an elegant plaque designed by the artist Carol Sun.

The goal of this award is to celebrate and continue the spirit in which Lilah shared her home, love and life with artists from all walks of life, but specifically honors an Asian American artist working in the New York City theatrical community. The “Red Socks” Award reflects the personal journey of Lilah Kan - who amidst pursuing her own career in theater always found time to open her home for scores of artists (David Henry Hwang, John Lone, Maxine Hong Kingston, Mako, Frank Chin, Victor Wong, Phillip Kan Gotanda and Kim Miyori to name a few) who were making their way in the NY theater world. Lilah’s trademark gift of presenting a pair of Red Socks to an artist on opening night is well known and remembered by many.  


“Beyond 3,000 Pairs of Shoes:
Who is Imelda Marcos to us today?”
October 4, 2009 at the Julia Miles Theater

Randy Gener (Moderator) is a writer, editor, critic, playwright, and visual artist based in New York City.  He is the author of the plays Love Seats for Virginia Woolf and What Remains of a Rembrandt Torn into Four Pieces, among other plays. He has written numerous scholarly essays (in the encyclopedia Cambridge Guide to the American Theater; the anthologies Theater and Humanism in a World of Violence; roMANIA After 2000; and The American Theatre Reader, which he co-edited as a staff member; among others), as well as articles and reviews in Applause, The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Star Ledger, Time Out New York, and other publications.  He was a theatre critic at The Village Voice in the 1990s; is a founding critic of The New York Theatre Wire (www.nytheatre-wire.com); is an editor of the Arts and Theatre Institute of the Czech Republic’s newspaper Prague Quadrennial Today; and is a freelance dramaturg for Roundabout Theatre Company and Denver Center Theatre Company.  He is the 2007-08 winner of George Jean Nathan Award, the highest accolade for dramatic criticism in the United States, for his essays in American Theatre magazine (published by Theatre Communications Group), where he works as the senior editor.   
Tisa Chang and Lea Salonga 
Lea Salonga with Imelda cast
at Sun Oct 4 performance
Amy Besa (Co-owner of Purple Yam Restaurant in New York along with husband, Chef Romy Dorotan, and cookbook author):
Romy and Amy are now working towards opening their second restaurant, Purple Yam, in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn, New York. They closed their 13 ½ year old restaurant, Cendrillon, in SoHo in March of this year. Purple Yam, just like Cendrillon, will emphasize Philippine cuisine, but will embrace and feature other pan-Asian classic dishes from Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia and India, etc. Mrs. Besa and her husband are co-authors of Memories of Philippine Kitchens (Stewart, Tabori & Chang, May 2006) a cookbook that traces the historical influences that shaped Philippine cuisine and was awarded the Jane Grigson Award for Distinguished Scholarship for the quality of its research and writing by the International Association of Culinary Professionals.

Mia Katigbak (Artistic Producing Director and co-founder of NAATCO -National Asian American Theatre Company):
In 2006, she and NAATCO were the recipients of the Rosetta LeNoire Award, given by Actors Equity Association in recognition of their “artistic contribution to the universality of the human experience in the American theater.”  She received New Dramatists’ Charles Bowden Actor Award in 2006 and the Distinguished Award for Artistic Excellence from Ma-Yi Theater in 1999. She has been a guest speaker for forums sponsored by the New York Times, Actors Equity Association, Lincoln Center, New World Theater in Amherst, Massachusetts, Humana Festival and Theater Communications Group.  She is on the Steering Committee of the Consortium of  Asian American Theaters and Artists (CAATA) and chairs its Strategic Planning Committee.  She was one of the organizers of the First National Asian American Theater Festival in 2007 and is spearheading the Second Festival, which takes place October 13-18 this year, along with Second Generation of NYC.

Jorge Z Ortoll (Executive Director, Ma-Yi Theater Company):
Works produced for Ma-Yi Theater: wAve by Sung Rno, Magno Rubio by Lonnie Cater, The Square, a theatrical quilt of 16 playwrights and curated by Lisa Peterson and Chay Yew, Watcher and Middle Finger by Han Ong, Peregrinasyon and Pinaytok by Chris Millado, Theory of Everything by Prince Gomolvillas, A Portrait of the Artist as Filipino by Nick Joaquin, and Flipzoids by Ralph Peña.  U.S. delegate to International Theatre Institute Conference in Athens, Greece (2002), Tampico, Mexico (2004), & Manila, Philippines (2006).  He attended the Latin American & Caribbean Theater Conference in Santa Marta, Columbia in September 2007 as the sole U.S. delegate.  Jorge was on the Executive Committee of the First National Asian American Theater Festival held in New York City, June 2007.

Angel Velasco Shaw (Independent film/video Maker, Educator, Freelance Curator, and Cultural Activist): Videos screened nationally and internationally include “The Momentary Enemy,” “Blowback,” “Umbilical Cord,” (collection: Cinematheque Suisse Schweizer Filmarchiv); “Asian Boys,” (collection: Cinematheque Suisse Schweizer Filmarchiv); “Nailed,” (collection: The Museum of Modern Art New York); and “Balikbayan/Return to Home.” Velasco Shaw was the originator and project director for the Vestiges of War 1899-1999: The Philippine-American War and Its Aftermath, and co-curated Empire and Memory: Repercussions and Evocations of the 1899 Philippine-American War, a film/video exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum. She has participated in numerous conferences and cultural events in the Philippines, conducted media workshops in the Philippines and Laos, and in Filipino American communities nationwide. She is currently working on a series of cross-cultural exchange projects in Southeast Asia called: “Trade Routes: Converging Cultures: Southeast Asia and Asian America.

Rafe Totengco (Fashion Designer):
In 1989 he left a successful clothing business he started in Manila to pursue his dream of a career in fashion design in New York City. He launched his namesake handbag collection in 1995, and since then the Rafe brand has grown to include women’s handbags, shoes and small leather goods. He has been recognized in his field with numerous honors, such as the “Fresh Faces in Fashion” award by the Gen Art Foundation (1996) the “Ten Best” award from ENK International (1997) and the TOYM (Ten Outstanding Young Men) awarded by President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (2002). In 2005 Rafe was tapped by Target as the first accessories designer to create a capsule collection for the mass retailer, setting a precedent for all those to follow. Rafe is currently available at upscale department stores and specialty boutiques worldwide as well as select online shopping sites and is a member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) 

September 22 — October 18, 2009
at the Julia Miles Theater
424 W 55th Street
(9th and 10th Avenues)

Sunday June 7, Noon - 6pm

Pan Asian Rep and cast members of IMELDA: A New Musical marched in the annual Philippine Independence Day Parade, starting at Madison Avenue at 41st Street. The parade culminated with a Culture Festival at Madison Square Park featuring a special sneak preview of two songs from IMELDA, sung by the cast!

For more information: www.aratilis.org/pidci

The cast of IMELDA


Tuesday June 9

Pan Asian Rep and the cast of IMELDA were honored and delighted to be invited to the Philippine Consul General's welcoming reception for Philippine Vice President Noli de Castro at Kalayaan Hall of the Philippine Center. Cast members performed two songs from the show, IF I HAD RAISED THE BUTTERFLY and MYSELF, MY HEART, for Vice President de Castro, Philippine Consul General Cecilia Rebong and the invited guests.

You can see a clip of this performance here.

Tisa Chang (bottom row, far right) and Philippine Vice President Noli de Castro (bottom row, center) with the cast of IMELDA

Sunday June 28

Jonelle Margallo, Leanne Cabrera and Loresa Lanceta performed songs from IMELDA onstage at Exchange Place Plaza by the Waterfront in Jersey City, as part of the Philippine-American Friendship Day 19th Grand Parade.

For more info


Wednesday September 30

IMELDA Opening Night

6:00—Pre-show toast in the Julia Miles Theater lobby,
with complimentary sushi from Bamboo 52, and Beerlao beer and Issara wines
7:00—Opening Night performance
Post-show party with cast at Saigon 48

Opening Night Tickets are $100,
call Pan Asian office to make a reservation: 212-868-4030


Sunday October 4

Following 3:00 matinee performance, Pan Asian Rep hosts a panel discussion with Mia Katigbak and Jorge Ortoll, moderated by Randy Gener. All are welcome.


Sunday October 11

Following 3:00 matinee performance, Pan Asian Rep hosts the presentation of the 5th Annual "Red Socks" Award, which is given in memory of Lilah Kan

RSVP required to attend ceremony and reception, call Pan Asian Rep office - 212-868-4030

March 16 – April 11, 2009
at the West End Theater
263 W 86th Street
Between Broadway and West End Avenue

Monday March 16, 2009

An Opening Night party was held after Christine Toy Johnson performed her cabaret show, "Things I Love".

Ernest Abuba, Tisa Chang, Christine Toy Johnson, Bruce Johnson and Robert Lee
Christine Toy Johnson and Bruce Johnson

Saturday March 21, 2009

Pan Asian Rep welcomed a theatre party from the Vietnamese Language and Culture Meet-Up group for a performance of SMART ASS by Lan Tran, and hosted a post-show talkback and reception.

Lan Tran and NEWWORKS 09 project director Ernest Abuba during post-show talkback
Meet-Up group members mingle with Tisa Chang during post-show reception


Thursday March 26, 2009

Opening Night of




Japanese Movement master, Sachiyo Ito, playwright Elsa Rael and Artistic Producing Director Tisa Chang

Monday March 30, 2009

Guests at Opening reception after Monday Music Night performance by Helen Sung (center) and her jazz trio.


Tuesday March 31, 2009

Emerging Artists (from left) Mitsu Salmon, ryotaro, Lucas Kwong, Jeremy Siskind and Stephen Yu pose with Tisa Chang at Opening reception.


Monday April 6, 2009

Andy Akiho and his band, with Tisa Chang and Lonnie Harrington


Tuesday April 7, 2009

Opening Night reception for DINNER and RAMONA, by Paola Irun

Opening Night party-goers pose with Paola Irun


Thursday April 9, 2009

Opening Night reception for A DAY AFTER THE DAY

Tisa Chang, actor Gyu-Bo Kim, director Juyoung Hong and assistant director Hyeon Ju Hwang, with representatives from the Korean Cultural Service NY, Jeong Yeun-Yang and Sung Chun Lee (center)

Hyeon Ju Hwang, Pan Asian board members Chris Wu and R. Tim Lau, Tisa Chang and Juyoung Hong




November 4-December 7, 2008
at the Julia Miles Theater,
424 W. 55th Street
More Info 

SHOGUN MACBETH by John R. Briggs adapted from the play by William Shakespeare, directed by Ernest Abuba, with Japanese Movement by Sachiyo Ito and Fight Choreography by Fight Master
Michael G Chin.

Thursday November 6, 2008; 6:30pm
Tickets $20-$50
Pre-Show reception with guest appearances by Larry Hama, creator of GI Joe and writer and editor for Marvel Comics, and Pornsak Pichetshote, Associate Editor at DC Comics.

Cosplay lovers are welcome to come dressed as their favorite characters. The reception includes complimentary snacks, Singha Beer from Thailand and Issara Wines. 
Larry Hama
Pornsak Pichetshote
OCT 8th, 2008 
Wednesday November 12, 2008; 6:00pm
Tickets $125
To order call 212|868-4030

A Red Carpet celebration with a Pre-Show toast in the theater lobby, complimentary Singha Beer from Thailand and Issara Wines, and a post-show party with the cast at Bamboo 52 (344 W 52 Street).

Opening Night Committee

Tina Chen
HT Chen & Dian Dong
Rose Eng
Margaret Fung
Larry Hama
Mary Yung Kantor
Tim Lau
Johnny Lin
Michael Miller & Sharon Jensen
Sybil and Alfred Nadel
Marcia Salvatore
Chris Wu
Thursday November 20, 2008; 6:30pm
Tickets $20-$50
Pre-show reception with surprise guests and demonstrations by industry professionals.
The reception includes complimentary snacks, Singha Beer from Thailand and
Issara Wines.


September 26-28, 2008  
Pan Asian Repertory Theatre presented an exclusive Shogun MacBeth demo at the New York Anime Festival at the Javits Center Saturday September 27th.

Emi F. Jones, Shigeko Suga and
Claro Austria
Chris Doi, Claro de los Reyes and Calvin Ahn
Claro de los Reyes, Calvin Ahn, Sacha Iskra and Keoni Chun


August 20, 2008
Celebration and Award Ceremony
Awarded to Ernest Abuba

The Red Socks Award was created to honor the memory of Lilah Kan and was established by her sons, Jeremy and Jonathan Spear and family friend,
actor John FitzGibbon.

Lilah Kan was a theatre professional, chef, archer, writer, mother hen, and tireless supporter of artists who needed a hand at one time or another.

Each year an artist is recognized for this award and is nominated in rotation by
Pan Asian Repertory Theatre, NAATCO and
Ma-Yi Theatre.
Past awardees are: Rosanne Ma, Lloyd Suh and Nicky Paraiso. 
  From Left: John FitzGibbon,
Ernest Abuba & Jeremy Spear 
    From Left:
Lloyd Suh, Jeremy Spear,
Ernest Abuba, John Fitzgibbon,
Nicky Pariaso & Rosanne Ma. 



Pan Asian Rep sponsored Asian CineVision's Asian American International Film Festival 2008, in New York City
July 10 - July 19.

Check out the AAIFF'08 site for a full schedule:
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New York Artists Gather for China Earthquake Relief to Benefit UNICEF
    presented by Matrix Music Collaborators
    June 14, 2008 at 3pm
The Players Theatre
115 MacDougal Street
Pan Asian Repertory Theatre was featured in an international line up of artists and musicians to benefit UNICEF's efforts to aid the victims of the May 12 earthquake in Sichuan Province, China. Tina Chilip, Kathleen Kwan and Rosanne Ma, from last fall's The Joy Luck Club, performing a scene from the acclaimed production.


    Thursday April 10, 2008 at 7:30

Special cultural discussion following
The Missing Woman

Pan Asian Rep welcomed
Professor Rosalind Morris
from Columbia University to lead an informal chat about Southeast Asian
art and history, following that evening’s performance of The Missing Woman.


image1here   February 2008 – Chinese New Year Benefit
Tuesday February 12th

Mei Hua Society’s Annual Chinese New Year Dinner Benefit for Pan Asian Repertory Theatre
at Peking Park Restaurant 100 Park Ave. (entrance on 40th Street between Park and Madison Avenues)
6:00 pm Cocktail and Silent Auction
7:00 pm Dinner
7:30 pm Performance


    Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007

Cocktail reception at Bar 41
206 W 41st Street, at 7th Avenue
Cast of THE JOY LUCK CLUB, and Tisa Chang, Artistic Producing Director of Pan Asian Repertory Theatre, introduced the production to friends and other guests at this meet-and-greet.

    Tuesday, October 30th
Asian Halloween-themed pre-show reception in theater lobby 
Wednesday, November 7th
Red Carpet Champagne Reception in theater lobby Post-show cast party at Xing Restaurant (785 Ninth Avenue) 
    Friday, November 9th
Post-show discussion with cast and director 
    Sunday, November 11th
Post-show discussion with cast and director 
    Thursday, November 15th
Pan Asian Rep was honored to host Amy Tan, who was visiting from San Francisco, at the Julia Miles Theater for a special pre-show champagne reception. 
    Friday, November 16th
Pre-show cocktail Reception for mothers
and daughters in theater lobby 
    Wednesday November 21st
Pre-Thanksgiving Party with the Pan Asian Family! Complimentary snacks and beverages, prizes and giveaways.