AAWW, CAATA, & A4 Night: Kristina Wong, Sweatshop Overlord
Use code “A4OVERLORD” for 20% off tickets for the Wednesday, November 17th performance!
Asian American Writers’ Workshop, Consortium of Asian American Theaters and Artists (CAATA), Asian American Arts Alliance (A4), and New York Theatre Workshop are hosting a special performance for AAPI, BIPOC artists & activists and allies on Wednesday, November 17th at 7pm EDT!
See the show The New York Times calls “a spiky comic tonic” and New York Magazine calls “delightful & moving!” You don’t want to miss this incredible performance! There will be a special post-show conversation with performer and writer Kristina Wong and AAWW Executive Director Jafreen Uddin.
On Day 3 of the COVID-19 pandemic, Kristina Wong began sewing masks out of old bedsheets and bra straps on her Hello Kitty sewing machine. Before long, she was leading the Auntie Sewing Squad, a work-from-home sweatshop of hundreds of volunteers—including children and her own mother—to fix the U.S. public health care system while in quarantine. It was a feminist care utopia. Or was it a mutual aid doomsday cult?
For more information about the show, purchase tickets, and learn more about COVID-19 protocols visit nytw.org