API Heritage Story Time and Interviews

May 17th, 24th, and 31st
An Online Event

Adventure Theatre MTC presents a celebration of API Heritage with a full lineup of API Heritage Month storytimes, interviews, and digital presentations. These online events honor the creativity, tradition, and innovation of the Asian Pacific Islander population and focus upon the impact they continue to make daily through their art. All presentations are free and available streaming live on Facebook. 


May 17, 2020

  • 12pm: Storytime excerpt with Helena Ku Rhee from her book THE PAPER KINGDOM, interview to follow
  • 1pm: Storytime excerpt with Diana Inosanto from her book THE CURIOUS MIND OF SEBASTIAN, interview to follow
  • 2pm: Interview with Tony Award & OBIE Award recipient David Henry Hwang

May 24, 2020: Asian American Girl Power Day!

  • 12pm: Storytime and activity featuring courageous girls in STEAM with children’s book author Vicky Fang
  • 1pm: Storytime and activity with filmmaker and comic book author Greg Pak from his book THE PRINCESS WHO SAVES HERSELF
  • 2pm: Digital Presentation of the world premiere musical, Fantastagirl and Math Monster, a preview of the 2021-2022 season from Adventure Theatre MTC directed by API director Jennifer Knight

May 31, 2020

  • 1pm: Storytime with children’s book author Ginger Park
  • 2pm: Digital Presentation of the play, The Dance and the Railroad, by Tony Award & OBIE Award recipient David Henry Hwang

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Helena Ku Rhee

Diana Lee Inosanto

David Henry Hwang

Vicky Fang

Gregory Pak

Ginger Park

The Dance and The Railroad



Author of The Paper Kingdom

Diana Lee Inosanto

Author of The Curious Mind of Sebastian

David Henry Hwang

Tony Award and OBIE Award Recipient, The Dance and The Railroad digital presentation

vicky fang

Children’s book author

Greg Pak

Filmmaker and comic book author

Jennifer Ayn Knight

Director of Fantastagirl and Math Monster, an ATMTC Digital Presentation

Ginger Park

Chocolatier and children’s book author

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