Digital Features

Asian Pacific Islander Month

Adventure Theatre MTC presents a celebration of API Heritage with a full lineup of API Heritage Month story times, 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

the paper kingdom

StoryTime & Interview
With Helena Ku Rhee

When the babysitter is unable to come, Daniel is woken out of bed and joins his parents as they head downtown for their jobs as nighttime office cleaners. But the story is about more than brooms, mops, and vacuums. Mama and Papa turn the deserted office building into a magnificent kingdom filled with paper, weaving a fantasy of dragons and kings.

the curious mind of sebastian

StoryTime & Interview
With Diana Lee Inosanto

The Curious Mind of Sebastian is a fun and whimsical true story of a mother curiously trying to understand the mysteries of Autism through her four-year-old son’s quirky behavior. Sebastian’s inability to verbally express his love led his mother on an incredible journey to find out that Love will always find a way to speak.

david henry hwang

Interview with Tony Award & OBIE Award recipient

David Henry Hwang is a Tony Award winner and three-time nominee, a three-time OBIE award winner, and a three-time Finalist for the Pulitzer Pride. His stage works include the plays M. Butterfly, Chinglish, Yellow Face, Kung Fu, Golden Child, The Dance and the Railroad, and FOB

May 24, 2020

layla and the bots

StoryTime & Interview
With Vicky Fang 

Layla and the Bots are in an awesome rock band! They also use problem-solving and creativity to build cool inventions. When a local amusement park is in danger of shutting down, Layla knows just how to bring in the crowds . . . build an amusement park for DOGS! But will cool doggie rides like the Rub-a-Dub Mud Slide and the Tummy Rubbing Machine be enough to keep the park open? 

The princess who saved herself

StoryTime & Interview
With Greg Pak

Based on the classic Jonathan Coulton song “The Princess Who Saved Herself,” once upon a time there was a princess named Gloria Cheng Epstein Takahara de la Garza Champion who had aa pet snake and ate a whole cake because there wasn’t anybody there to tell her what to do—until the day the witch next door decided she didn’t like Gloria’s guitar playing.

Fantastagirl and the Math Monster

Digital Production World Premiere
Written by Tori Boutin & Madeline Belknap 
Directed by Jennifer Knight

Fantastagirl is her own everyday superhero who is forced to face her ultimate weakness, math. Could a sidekick be her super solution to her math problem? With a little help from her moms and an overeager Math Monster, she just might defeat the her mortal enemy, her own anxiety.

May 31, 2020

Good-bye, 382 Shin Dang Dong

With Ginger Park

Jangmi, a young Korean girl, can’t bear the thought of leaving her home at 382 Shin Dang Dong and moving to America. This sensitive story follows Jangmi as she gradually adjusts to her new neighborhood in Massachusetts, meets a young friend, and begins to fell comfortable once again.

The Dance and the Railroad

Digital Production
Written by David Henry Hwang
Directed by Chil Kong

Set in 1867 on a California mountaintop, two Chinese workers who struggle through poverty and hunger to reconnect with the traditions of their homeland, rejecting the stereotype of submissive immigrant laborers. May not be appropriate for all ages.

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Our entire collection of Sunday digital presentations are available online, either on our website or on Facebook to view at your convenience. Tune in at any time!

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