1.31.2019

Don't miss the World Premiere of 'Tales of Clamor'

February 1- March 3 at Aratani Theatre Black Box



If you're in Los Angeles, you don't want to miss the world premiere of Tales of Clamor presented by the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, in association with Nikkei Civil Rights and Redress.

Tales of Clamor by PULLproject Ensemble is a 7-person play centering around two artists debating cultural versus institutionalized silence. Utilizing ensemble storytelling, circus arts and archival footage from the 1981 Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians hearings, this piece explores what it means to show up for each other, speak out, and generate the collective clamor necessary for social change.

The show runs February 1 - March 3 at the Aratani Theatre Black Box in Little Tokyo.

Japanese American Cultural & Community Center

In Association with Nikkei Civil Rights and Redress (NCRR) presents

TALES OF CLAMOR

by PULLProject Ensemble
PULLproject Ensemble is a hybrid theatre & circus performance group
co-founded by Kennedy Kabasares and traci kato-kiriyama

Directed by Dan Kwong
February 1 - March 3, 2019
Fridays - Mondays


TALES OF CLAMOR is a 7-person play centering around two artists debating cultural versus institutionalized silence. Utilizing ensemble storytelling, circus arts and archival footage from the 1981 Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians hearings— when the Japanese American community broke their silence for the first time in nearly 40 years after WWII mass incarceration of Japanese Americans— this piece explores what it means to show up for each other, speak out, and generate the collective clamor necessary for social change.

Venue: Aratani Theatre Black Box
244 S. San Pedro St. Los Angeles, CA, 90012
Box Office: (213) 680-3700

For tickets and further information, visit jaccc.org.