The San Gabriel Mission Playhouse and the Pasadena-based United Charity Foundation host their inaugural Asian Pacific American Festival (APAFEST) from May 7th – 26th.
Alhambra High School students built the set for this new and exciting production of Annie under the direction of a professional set designer.
The Festival runs May 7th – 27th at the Mission Playhouse, and all events and activities are FREE!
We’ll add more details as we have them, but here’s a little taste of what’s to come:
Your Story on Stage!
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