Musical theater composer Timothy Huang started writing because he wanted to change the “nature of representation” for Asians and Asian Americans. He's at Harvard this week working with the Asian Student Arts Project and the original musical The East Side.
Presented by: The Office for the Arts at Harvard and Houghton Library
Recent controversies over cross-cultural and non-traditional casting in theater and film have highlighted continuing inequalities and challenges with regard to representation. Recasting the Borders:...
HRDC mounts a production of Chicago, the crime-and-comedy musical with a mobster mentality and a jazz soundtrack. Music director Robert Capodilupo ‘19 talks about the history and the show which runs Oct. 19-27.
Composer and writer Min Kahng talks about developing a musical based on a Japanese comic and immigration themes. On Oct. 10, he will also offer a free vocal workshop for singers at Farkas Hall and a free lecture at Houghton Library.