If there’s a Filipina director making rounds in Hollywood right now–someone with both an acting and film background–it’s none other than West Palm Beach-born and USC grad, Maritte Go.
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so, what’s happened so far? so many things! where do I start? spring? summer? Pride month? social justice on-stage? asian theater? asians winning @ HBO? what else? that’s right. Sandra Oh nabs a Lead Actress Emmy Nomination in the year of our Lord 2k18.
Director and actress Gingerlily Lowe, along with her playwright husband, Kent Brisby‘s Asian Story Theater‘s production of THERE and HOME AGAIN: more stories from the Sun Cafe was recently seen at the San Diego International Fringe Festival.
As the first South Asian female to have a solo play, now, Qurrat Kadwani, has two. Performing INTRUSION at the San Diego International Fringe Festival, Qurrat Ann Kadwani is better known as Q with her first solo show self-titled as “They Call Me Q”.
On June 30th, first-time Pride-goer, 19-year-old Jamilah Salvador of Marikina, Philippines captured a viral moment fit not only for Metro Manila Pride but for #20gayteen.