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Explore multi-racial and biracial stories with interviews of actors and actresses about their experiences on stage and on screen.

Celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage

david henry hwang

May 17, 2020

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

Broadway and Beyond

August 9, 2020

Bringing new light to multiracial and biracial stories, Erin Quill interviews fellow Broadway actresses Merle Dandridge, Ali Ewoldt, and Manna Nichols on the fluidity in racial identity, representation onstage and talking to kids about acknowledging others’ identities. 

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage

Alvaro Saar Rios & Elena Velasco

September 20, 2020

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, this Spanish-English bilingual special discusses developing new plays for young audiences with playwright Alvaro Saar Rios, best known for his play Luchadora!, and award-winning director and playwright, Elena Velasco. 


November 1, 2020

In addition to discussing Tamlyn’s rich history in theatre and film, Live Long and Vote will discuss the importance of voting while highlighting voting resources for families, the history of voting, why representation matters, and Tamlyn’s first experience as a voter.


January 17, 2021

Special guest Council Member Evan Glass will discuss what’s been happening in our nation’s capital and how this time can be a teachable moment. He will help us understand the various ways the United States can and have transitioned from one president to another.

Zachary piser

September 26,2021

Artistic Director Chil Kong leads a discussion with Broadway actor Zachary Piser and local DMV artists as they discuss the challenges of going LIVE and in person as both a performer and teaching artist guiding students and audiences as we return to a new world through COVID’s impact. They will discuss the challenges and opportunities artists face as well as the students urgent need to return to in-person training. 

Celebrating Filipino History Month


October 17, 2021

Adventure Theatre celebrates Filipino American History Month with playwrights Michelle Bowen-Ziecheck and Diego Maramba, as well as actors Regina Aquino and Andrew Quilpa!

José Casas

October 24, 2021

What a scream! As Halloween approaches, Adventure invites playwright José Casas to discuss how he re-envisioned the classic Gothic tale of Frankenstein in his new play, Gurl Frankenstein, as well as how he is working with a cohort of diverse writers on a mission to re-envision super hero myths through the BIPOC Super Hero project.

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