"Death and Cockroaches" is a raw and moving play about death, grief and "Chexican" identity.
A Q&A with Artistic Director Malik B. El-Amin of the Griot Theatre on directing a production of "Othello" entirely comprised of actors of color and featuring women in key roles.
In Review: David Henry Hwang’s ‘Yellow Face’ blends fact and fiction to discuss Asian American identity
'Yellow Face' takes on the discussion of Asian Americans in art and in life with mixed results.
Alex Chu's 'For Izzy' tells a story about an unconventional Chinese American family unit seldom seen in Hollywood.
Your complete guide to this year's Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, which runs through May 12.
"Kuleana," which premieres at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival on Saturday, is a rare film where a native Hawaiian portrays a Hawaiian protagonist.
Oliver Mayer and Marlene Forte discuss adapting a 1934 Lorca play for contemporary Los Angeles, the play's treatment of infidelity and infertility and showing respect for those doing janitorial and security jobs.
A look at gentrification in Watts, Los Angeles over 150 years.
Screenwriter L.P. Leung on his Chinese American Western ‘The Jade Pendant’ and its 50-year journey to the screen
L.P. Leung talks with the Alhambra Source about his movie The Jade Pendant, a love and action-adventure story set against the backdrop of the 1871 Los Angeles Chinatown Massacre.
Composer Alan Chan talks about The Alan Chan Jazz Orchestra's upcoming Moon Festival concert at Baked Potato this Sunday.