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CAATA ConFest 2022: Kuʻu ʻĀina, Kuʻu Piko, Kuʻu Kahua-Return to the Source

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CAATA ConFest is a biennial conference and theatre festival that gathers Asian American theatres and artists nationwide.

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CAATA ConFest 2022:

Ku’u ‘Āina, Ku’u Piko, Ku’u Kahua – Return to the Source

RESCHEDULED! May 20-29, 2022 in Hawaii

Click here to read CAATA's announcement of the new dates for ConFest due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic on our website CAATA.net.

Hosted by Hana Keaka, Department of Theatre and Dance, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, and TeAda Productions.

The contributions of theater practitioners from Hawai’i have largely gone unrecognized by American Theater. From being founders and original cast members of every established Asian American Theater or play on the continent, to any broadway play featuring Asian American actors, artists from Hawai’i have been there. It is time to come back to Ku’u ‘Āina (land), Ku’u Piko (center), and Ku’u Kahua (stage).

CAATA ConFest 2022 will center the voices of Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander theater practitioners. Attendees will be exposed to the idea of what is like to create theater in a state where Asian Americans are in the majority. And be introduced to the thriving theater community of Hawai’i, where Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander faces on stage is the NORM not the exception.

Our conference theme, “Ku‘u ‘Āina, Ku‘u Piko, Ku‘u Kahua,” is a call to all theatre artists to reconnect with their foundations and their sources of knowledge, which may be their land, their family, their center. Performing our stories on the stage is a means to ground ourselves, our cultural knowledge, and our many identities in the works that we bring to our communities. We invite our national colleagues to return to the Piko (the source), witness Hawaiian theater and participate in growing our collective impact.

Mahalo to our generous partners and sponsors!

Partners

University of Hawai’i at Manoa Department of Theatre & Dance

‘Inamona Theatre

Alliance for Drama Education - T-Shirt Theatre

Lili’uokalani Trust

Sponsors

Theatre Communications Group Audience (R)Evolution

Doris Duke Charitable Foundation

National Endowment for the Arts

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University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

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