Play Reading of Chay Yew's "Question 27, Question 28"

Fri, Mar 9 2018 - 7:30pm to 8:30pm
Rooke Theatre
Japanese Internment Poston Relocation Center Painting by Tom Tanaka%20(2)

What happened to the women of the Japanese American Internment? How did these brave women keep their American dream alive?

This play weaves a story of the struggles, plights and courage of Japanese American female detainees in the American internment camps of World War II. Nationally-recognized playwright Chay Yew draws from the special archives of the Japanese American National Museum to create a documentary theater project based on testimonials, transcripts, documents and interviews with female internees living in the camps during WWII.

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